Physical Education Teacher

Full-time, leave cover for 2020 

The College is seeking applications from committed and dynamic teachers capable of teaching Health and Physical Education at a secondary level. The ability to teach Outdoor Education will be highly advantageous.  

Sequere Dominum or ‘Follow the Lord’ is the College motto which underpins our educational philosophy. Corpus Christi College aims to provide an education which forms the whole person. The academic and pastoral programs cater for the intellectual, spiritual and cultural needs of individual students.   

Our Vision for Learning – Ignite the Spirit – challenges every learner in our community to seize their potential and push the boundaries of possibility. There is a strong focus on developing confident, independent learners who are resilient and committed to serving others. Igniting one’s spirit is a deliberate action, a conscious decision. It requires investment, energy and perseverance. It is not the easiest of paths and takes courage, trust and self-belief.   

Preferred applicants will be highly professional practitioners who are able to commit to the College’s Vision for Learning, which rests on four principles:  

  • Connection   

  • Challenge   

  • Curiosity   

  • Creativity  

A comprehensive teacher job description is available here.  

As with all teaching positions at Corpus Christi College, the ability to teach Religious Education would be a distinct advantage, as is the ability to teach in more than one subject area.   

Preferred applicants must actively support the Catholic ethos of the College. All staff are expected to be involved in the full life of the College, including extra-curricular activities.   

Please apply online via the official recruitment portal on the College website. Applications received outside of the College website will not be considered.  

APPLICATIONS CLOSE Wednesday 2 October 2019 at 4.00pm 

Confidential enquiries may be made by contacting Sally Farrington, Campus Dean, at the College on (08) 6332 2500. 

 

Psychology Teacher

 

Full-time, parental leave cover for 2020 

The College is seeking applications from committed and dynamic teachers capable of teaching Psychology for Years 10-12. The ability to also teach Science will be highly advantageous. 

Sequere Dominum or ‘Follow the Lord’ is the College motto which underpins our educational philosophy. Corpus Christi College aims to provide an education which forms the whole person. The academic and pastoral programs cater for the intellectual, spiritual and cultural needs of individual students.   

Our Vision for Learning – Ignite the Spirit – challenges every learner in our community to seize their potential and push the boundaries of possibility. There is a strong focus on developing confident, independent learners who are resilient and committed to serving others. Igniting one’s spirit is a deliberate action, a conscious decision. It requires investment, energy and perseverance. It is not the easiest of paths and takes courage, trust and self-belief.   

Preferred applicants will be highly professional practitioners who are able to commit to the College’s Vision for Learning, which rests on four principles:  

  • Connection   

  • Challenge   

  • Curiosity   

  • Creativity  

A comprehensive teacher job description is available here.  

As with all teaching positions at Corpus Christi College, the ability to teach Religious Education would be a distinct advantage, as is the ability to teach in more than one subject area.   

Preferred applicants must actively support the Catholic ethos of the College. All staff are expected to be involved in the full life of the College, including extra-curricular activities.   

Please apply online via the official recruitment portal on the College website (click here). Applications received outside of the College website will not be considered.  

APPLICATIONS CLOSE Wednesday 2 October 2019 at 4.00pm 

Confidential enquiries may be made by contacting Sally Farrington, Campus Dean, at the College on (08) 6332 2500. 

Head of Languages

Commencing 2020  

Applications are sought from innovative and committed educators to lead the staff in the Languages Learning Area. This is an exciting opportunity for dynamic Languages teachers in a middle leadership role in an established secondary college. 

Corpus Christi College has been developing a culture of excellence in the study of Languages, offering courses in French, Italian and Indonesian. The College offers dynamic programs, with all students studying a language in Middle School and options to continue to ATAR level in Senior School. Student learning is supported through a range of language and culture immersion activities and overseas tours, as well as external examinations. 

Our Vision for Learning – Ignite the Spirit – challenges every learner in our community to seize their potential and push the boundaries of possibility. There is a strong focus on developing confident, independent learners who are resilient and committed to serving others. Igniting one’s spirit is a deliberate action, a conscious decision. It requires investment, energy and perseverance. It is not the easiest of paths and takes courage, trust and self-belief.  

Preferred applicants will be highly professional practitioners who are able to commit to the College’s Vision for Learning, which rests on four principles: 

  • Connection  

  • Challenge  

  • Curiosity  

  • Creativity  

The Head of Languages should demonstrate ongoing professional growth as a twenty-first century leader and learner. As a leader, the Head of Learning Area must be visionary, proactive and supportive as well as a motivator of their staff in continuing to build a culture of participation, personal and team excellence and high achievement. As an outstanding teacher, the Head of Learning Area demonstrates qualities typical of a Lead teacher, according to AITSL standards. 

The Head of Languages shall:  

  • Demonstrate a high level of understanding of current developments in curriculum including the School Curriculum and Standards Authority (SCSA) requirements for Languages subjects across all levels, including ATAR courses 

  • Promote the integration of learning technologies in the student learning process  

  • Organise programs of Languages enrichment in collaboration with the Vice Principal, ensuring the promotion of events, increased engagement and participation, and the recognition of excellence in the subject 

  • Be open to the College’s educational philosophy in line with Catholic values  

The preferred applicant will have a minimum 4-year tertiary qualification and have at least 5 years’ experience. This is categorised as a Level One Promotional Position. The successful candidate will be expected to work towards, or renew, an Accreditation to Teach in a Catholic School qualification.  

Applicants must be able to teach French, Italian or Indonesian. A comprehensive role description for a Head of Learning Area is available here 

Please apply online via the official  recruitment portal on the College website (click here). You will be required to upload a cover letter (addressed to the Principal) and a current CV, as well as provide a response to the five key components of leadership: Catholic Identity, Education, Innovation & Change, Stewardship, and Community. 

Applications received outside of the College website will not be considered.  

APPLICATIONS CLOSEWednesday 2 October 2019 at 4.00pm  

Confidential enquiries may be made by contacting Sally Farrington, Campus Dean, at the College on (08) 6332 2500.