Studies Coordinator(2) – Leader of Pedagogy – TAS (Readvertised) – Booragul, NSW 174 views

Studies Coordinator(2) – Leader of Pedagogy – TAS (Readvertised)

BOORAGUL St Paul’s Catholic College

  • Reference No: 7864
  • Vacancy type: Contract
  • Commencement: 21/1/2019
  • The position attracts an allowance at the level of Coordinator 2. Initial appointment will be for two years, renewable for a further four years subject to a satisfactory performance review

Description

A Studies Coordinator has specific responsibility for the management of a Key Learning Area or combination of subjects as specified by the position. The coordinator is a member of the school’s management team, which comprises the Principal, Assistant Principal(s) and other Coordinators. As a member of the management team the coordinator will offer assistance and support in:

  • the day to day operation of the School
  • promotion of the Catholic ethos of the School
  • the initiation of and contribution to quality teaching and learning programs
  • the promotion of an effective pastoral care program
  • the implementation of the School’s policies and procedures
  • the promotion of the hospitality, accessibility and visibility of the management team

Position Requirements

A Studies Coordinator must be able to demonstrate:

  •  An understanding of and a clear commitment to the philosophy and objectives of Catholic education, as expressed in a variety of Church documents, and as related to specific curriculum areas.
  • A capacity to effectively integrate Catholic ethos into faculty policies and programme.
  • A thorough knowledge of, a capacity, and a willingness, to manage the implementation of relevant syllabus and syllabi.
  • A capacity and willingness to actively supervise, resource, and support staff to ensure effective classroom teaching.
  • A capacity to fulfil the requirements of a middle management position within a secondary school.
  • A capacity to initiate, and a willingness to develop, an ongoing programme of assessment and evaluation by which the effectiveness of the department in achieving its aims and objectives may be measured.
  • A capacity and willingness to professionally develop self and relevant staff.
  • A high level of proficiency as a classroom teacher.
  • An ability to implement and monitor assessment and reporting programmes which incorporate a standards-referenced approach.
  • A capacity to modify and monitor teaching programmes to cater for the learning needs of all students.
  • An understanding of cross-curricular issues such as literacy and numeracy (and the incorporation of ICT skills into teaching programmes).
  • Proficiency in the use of technology as a teaching and organisational tool.
  • A capacity to support staff in relation to the management of students in the classroom in a particular subject area or areas.
  • A capacity to effectively lead the Faculty in all aspects of operation.
  • A capacity to interpret and effectively use data in leading the promotion of numeracy across the curriculum.

Essential Criteria

Applicant must

  • applicants will need to comply with the Accreditation to Work Teach and Lead (formerly FEA) and will need to work towards Accreditation at Category C – Accreditation for Leadership.
  • be appropriately qualified as a four year trained teacher
  • record current NESA and Working With Children number on application.
  • evidence of completion of Anaphylaxis training certificate must be supplied. https://etraining.allergy.org.au/login/index.php

Desirable criteria

  • Exemplary understanding of, and engagement with, contemporary issues in education, catholic schooling and leadership

Instructions

Forward your Curriculum Vitae together with a covering letter addressing selection criteria via email (preferred) as one pdf to the contact person.

Contact: Graeme Selmes  graeme.selmes@mn.catholic.edu.au +61 2 4958 6711

Applications to:

By email (preferred): graeme.selmes@mn.catholic.edu.au

By post:

Principal
St Paul’s Catholic College
PO Box 194
BOOLAROO 2284

Specific School Requirements/ Additional Info

The covering letter attached to your curriculum vitae (full personal details and contact details of referees) should address the criteria as outlined above and emailed to: admin@booragul.catholic.edu.au The preferred applicant will be required to complete the registration process for the Diocese.

Applications will be received at the school up to 3.00pm on the closing date.

Closing Date: Thursday 20 September, 2018

More Information

  • Organisation Catholic Schools Office - Maitland-Newcastle
  • Salary The position attracts an allowance at the level of Coordinator 2. Initial appointment will be for two years, renewable for a further four years subject to a satisfactory performance review
  • Location Booragul, NSW
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The Catholic Schools Office (CSO) is responsible for the leadership, operation and management of systemic schools which educate more than 19,000 students in 45 Primary schools, 11 Secondary schools and one K–12 school in the Catholic Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle. The CSO employs more than 1500 teachers and around 550 support staff. Our main focus is providing support for schools to ensure each student receives a quality education and has the opportunity to grow academically, spiritually, physically and emotionally.

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