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Our highly professional staff are the College’s most valuable resource. This is particularly the case where the quality of education provided for our students depends upon the ability of teachers to provide positive role models and engage, stimulate and inspire students in the process of learning and personal growth. Staff also play key roles in their own fields helping to ensure that the best possible educational environment is provided at Newhaven College through their work in management, administration, teacher support and property and grounds.
Teachers - Full-time/ Part-time
We are seeking to appoint enthusiastic teachers in the following areas for the commencement of the 2023 school year:
- Mathematics/Science (Years 7-12)
- English/Humanities (Years 7-12)
- Primary Classroom
Part-time or full-time, permanent and contract positions available. In addition, middle leadership roles in teaching and learning are also available for suitably credentialled candidates.
Applications close 5.00pm, Monday 3 October 2022 and should be submitted to email@example.com
To apply, or for a copy of the position description, please email the Personal Assistant to the Principal - Katrina Lawrence firstname.lastname@example.org
Teacher Position Description
Working at Newhaven: About you
You are passionate about education, learning, the growth and development of individual students and care about their wellbeing
Within your domains, you aim to foster an environment where creativity, academic, emotional, spiritual, physical and life skills are nurtured. You must be aligned with the College’s vision, mission and values in all you do, always being an excellent professional role model for our students. If a teacher, you will deliver the best possible education and support for each student in your care and you must hold a current Victorian Institute of Teaching registration.
All staff must: Have detailed knowledge of, and be able to adhere to the College’s policies and child safety practices, including the Child Protection Policy and Child Protection Staff Code of Conduct
Have detailed knowledge and understanding of the College’s obligations in respect of Ministerial Order No. 870, the Reportable Conduct Scheme, mandatory reporting, and the failure to disclose and failure to protect offences.
Hold a current National Police Check and a Working with Children’s Check (if applicable)
Adhere to all our Occupational Health and Safety Guidelines
Be willing to be involved in all aspects of the College’s day to day life
Be able to work independently, but also be able to be part of a dynamic, creative and collaborative team
For more detail on requirements, duties and responsibilities, refer to the relevant job descriptions on this website. When an employment vacancy exists, it will be listed below, advertised in local newspapers and on the Newhaven College Facebook page, and depending on the positions, listed online at Independent Schools Employment, The Age and/or Seek.com.au.
If applying for a position you should be aware that Newhaven College is a child safe environment. We believe that every child has a right to be safe. Know that at the College we have a zero tolerance for child safety risks (including child abuse and reportable conduct). As such, preferred applicants will be subject to child protection screening, background and reference checks, verification of identity checks and must adhere to the College’s child safe practices, as outlined in the Child Protection Program policies available on our College website.