Science/Mathematics Teacher – St Ignatius’ College Riverview, Sydney 161 views

Science/Mathematics Teacher

  • Part-time (0.8FTE), temporary position
  • Term 1, 2018

We are seeking to appoint an innovative, engaging and collaborative Science and Mathematics Teacher to join the College for Term 1, 2018. The successful candidate will have the ability to teach Science across Stages 4 and 5, and a Stage 4 Mathematics class. The option to increase the position to a full-time load with the addition of casual teaching is also a possibility for the successful candidate.

ABOUT US

This is your opportunity to join a community that is responsible for modelling the values of justice, service, discernment, conscience and courage for more than 1,550 young men. To support our staff in their own pursuit of excellence, we provide access to extensive professional learning opportunities, career development programs and a comprehensive Employee Benefits Program including staff health and wellbeing.

HOW TO APPLY

Further details, including how to apply and a full role description, can be found on the College website. Applicants must be eligible to teach in NSW and have a current Working with Children Check.

For questions related to this role please contact the Dean of Staff, Mrs. Jennifer Richardson at jlrichardson@riverview.nsw.edu.au

The College will begin to review applications prior to the closing date. Interested applicants are encouraged to apply promptly.

Applications close Friday 19th January 2018

Organisation

St Ignatius' College

Location

Riverview, Sydney

Contact Person

Jennifer Richardson

Phone

+61 2 9882 8137

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Saint Ignatius’ College, Riverview was established in 1880 as a Catholic boys’ school in the Jesuit tradition. Located in Lane Cove, Sydney, this leading independent school delivers a holistic education to both day and boarding students from Years 5 to 12. As one of the most prominent schools in New South Wales, Riverview aims to transform young men by empowering them to strive for excellence in all areas of their lives – in their studies and their co-curriculum activities, underpinned by a deepening experience of their faith and involvement in the Ignatian Service Program.