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Donvale Christian College employs teachers, administrators and support staff who are committed to our vision and mission, and subscribe to the Principles and Values of Donvale Christian College.
We are a Child Safe employer, with a zero tolerance for child abuse, and VIT registration or a valid Working with Children Check is mandatory for all staff.
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Applications are now open for a Secondary Maths Teacher in 2020.
Looking for a teacher passionate about Middle School Maths including the possibility of working with our future off-site Year 9 integrated program. The Secondary Teacher is responsible for the implementation of learning programs that reflects the mission of the College and is appropriate to the needs of the students. Additional methods an advantage: Science.
The successful applicant will be able to:
- An ability to design appropriate learning activities and assessment tasks at Years 7 to 12.
- An ability to work with others within the faculty at developing Christian perspectives within the curriculum.
- Design curriculum and prepare learning experiences which nurture the development and growth of students within the subject area.
Applications will be received as advertised until 13 September 2019. Applications should be marked '2020 Secondary Maths' and sent via email to [email protected]
Applications are now open for a Secondary Student Support Coordinator in 2020.
The Head of Student Support - Secondary provides leadership for the student support team, overseeing its mission, staffing and culture. They coordinate the collaboration of activities and initiatives of other wellbeing providers (Wellbeing coordinator, pastoral support workers and secondary counsellors), identify students who need additional support, and conduct assessments. They will need to be able to prioritise students for support, differentiating between levels of disability, and provide referral to and liaison with external agencies and specialists, as required. As part of their role they will also facilitate the administration associated with NCCD, special provision for senior students and the budget associated with learning support.
Applications will be received as advertised until 13 September 2019. Applications should be marked '2020 Secondary Student Support Coordinator' and sent via email to [email protected]