Employment

Catholic Co-educational Secondary College

Locations

Mornington Junior Year 7-9 Campus, Oakbank Road
Mornington Senior Year 10-12 Campus, Oakbank Road
Rosebud Junior Year 7-9 Campus, Inglewood Crescent
Tyabb Junior Year 7-9 Campus, Frankston-Flinders Road

2021 Positions of Leadership

Following a review of the Padua College Position of Leadership (POL) structure, internal and external applications are sought from experienced and innovative applicants committed to Catholic Education, for the following leadership positions commencing in January 2021 for a period of 3 years:

POL 4

  • COLLEGE OPERATIONS LEADER/MORNINGTON CAMPUS OPERATIONS (Mornington Campus)
  • ASSISTANT HEAD OF CAMPUS – LEARNING & PEDAGOGY (Mornington Year 7-9 Campus) x 2 positions
  • ASSISTANT HEAD OF CAMPUS – LEARNING & PEDAGOGY (Mornington Year 10-12 Campus) x 2 positions
  • LEARNING & PEDAGOGY LEADER (2 x positions, 1 at Tyabb Campus & 1 at Rosebud Campus)
  • INSTRUCTIONAL COACH x 6 positions
  • ASSISTANT HEAD OF CAMPUS – STUDENT WELLBEING & GROWTH (Mornington Year 7-9 Campus)
  • ASSISTANT HEAD OF CAMPUS – STUDENT WELBEING & GROWTH (Mornington Year 10-12 Campus)
  • DIRECTOR OF LIBRARY
  • DIRECTOR OF LEARNING ENHANCEMENT
  • DIRECTOR OF ASPIRE 9
POL 3
  • LEADER OF APPLIED LEARNING
  • LEADER OF STUDENT WELLBEING PROGRAMS
  • YEAR 10 – 12 CAMPUS FAITH & COLLEGE RETREATS CO-ORDINATOR
  • OPERATIONS LEADER (2 x positions, 1 at Tyabb Campus & 1 at Rosebud Campus)

EDUCATION SUPPORT EMPLOYEE POSITION (NEW POSITION)
DAILY ORGANISER (MORNINGTON CAMPUS)

APPLICATIONS ARE SOUGHT FOR THE POSITION OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHER AT THE MORNINGTON CAMPUS COMMENCING IN 2021.

Emergency Teachers for 2021 – all campuses

Applications for these positions should be returned to the Principal by email to employment@padua.vic.edu.au, accompanied by full Résumé, the names of three referees and academic transcripts by 4pm Monday 24 August 2020.

All applications should address the role description in the cover letter.

All applications will be acknowledged on receipt by return email. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted by Monday 31 August 2020. Other applicants will not receive further communication from the College regarding the position.

This school community promotes the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all children.


** WITH RESPECT TO THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS:

  • ASSISTANT HEAD OF CAMPUS – LEARNING & PEDAGOGY (Mornington Year 7-9 Campus) x 2 positions
  • ASSISTANT HEAD OF CAMPUS – LEARNING & PEDAGOGY (Mornington Year 10-12 Campus) x 2 positions
  • LEARNING & PEDAGOGY LEADER (2 x positions, 1 at Tyabb Campus & 1 at Rosebud Campus)
  • INSTRUCTIONAL COACH x 6 positions
  • DIRECTOR OF LIBRARY
  • DIRECTOR OF LEARNING ENHANCEMENT
  • DIRECTOR OF ASPIRE 9

Please select two Lead Teacher Descriptors from the APST (AITSL) list below and provide an annotated example that demonstrates the impact of your professional practice on student outcomes and the practice of colleagues against your selected standard. The example should be within the last 5 years.

Lead Teacher:

1.5.4 Lead colleagues to evaluate the effectiveness of learning and teaching programs differentiated for the specific learning needs of students across the full range of abilities.
2.1.4 Lead initiatives within the school to evaluate and improve knowledge of content and teaching strategies and demonstrate exemplary teaching of subjects using effective, research-based learning and teaching programs.
2.3.4 Lead colleagues to develop learning and teaching programs using comprehensive knowledge of curriculum, assessment and reporting requirements.
2.5.4 Monitor and evaluate the implementation of teaching strategies within the school to improve students’ achievement in literacy and numeracy using research-based knowledge and student data.
3.3.4 Work with colleagues to review, modify and expand their repertoire of teaching strategies to enable students to use knowledge, skills, problem solving and critical and creative thinking
3.4.4 Model exemplary skills and lead colleagues in selecting, creating and evaluating resources, including ICT, for application by teachers within or beyond the school.
3.6.4 Conduct regular reviews of teaching and learning programs using multiple sources of evidence including: student assessment data, curriculum documents, teaching practices and feedback from parents/carers, students and colleagues.
4.1.4 Demonstrate and lead by example the development of productive and inclusive learning environments across the school by reviewing inclusive strategies and exploring new approaches to engage and support all students.
5.1.4 Evaluate school assessment policies and strategies to support colleagues with: using assessment data to diagnose learning needs, complying with curriculum, system and/or school assessment requirements and using a range of assessment strategies.
5.2.4 Model exemplary practice and initiate programs to support colleagues in applying a range of timely, effective and appropriate feedback strategies.

** WITH RESPECT TO THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS:

  • ASSISTANT HEAD OF CAMPUS – STUDENT WELLBEING & GROWTH (Mornington Year 7-9 Campus)
  • ASSISTANT HEAD OF CAMPUS – STUDENT WELBEING & GROWTH (Mornington Year 10-12 Campus)

Please select two Lead Teacher Descriptors from the APST (AITSL) list below and provide an annotated example that demonstrates the impact of your professional practice on student outcomes and the practice of colleagues against your selected standard. The example should be within the last 5 years.

3.7.4 Initiate contextually relevant processes to establish programs that involve parents/ carers in the education of their children and broader school priorities and activities.
4.1.4 Demonstrate and lead by example the development of productive and inclusive learning environments across the school by reviewing inclusive strategies and exploring new approaches to engage and support all students.
4.2.4 Initiate strategies and lead colleagues to implement effective classroom management and promote student responsibility for learning.
4.3.4 Lead and implement behaviour management initiatives to assist colleagues to broaden their range of strategies.
4.4.4 Evaluate the effectiveness of student wellbeing policies and safe working practices using current school and/or system, curriculum and legislative requirements and assist colleagues to update their practices.
4.5.4 Review or implement new policies and strategies to ensure the safe, responsible and ethical use of ICT in learning and teaching.

College Operations Leader & Mornington Campus Operations College Operations Leader & Mornington Campus Operations (600 KB)

AHoC - Learning and Pedagogy (Mornington Year 7-9 Campus) AHoC - Learning and Pedagogy (Mornington Year 7-9 Campus) (666 KB)

AHoC - Learning and Pedagogy (Year 10-12 Campus) AHoC - Learning and Pedagogy (Year 10-12 Campus) (674 KB)

Learning and Pedagogy Leader (Rosebud and Tyabb) Learning and Pedagogy Leader (Rosebud and Tyabb) (665 KB)

Instructional Coach Instructional Coach (679 KB)

AHoC - SWAG Mornington Year 7-9 Campus AHoC - SWAG Mornington Year 7-9 Campus (611 KB)

AHoC - SWAG Year 10-12 Campus AHoC - SWAG Year 10-12 Campus (604 KB)

Director of Library Director of Library (582 KB)

Director of Learning Enhancement Director of Learning Enhancement (607 KB)

Director of Aspire 9 Director of Aspire 9 (694 KB)

Leader of Applied Learning Leader of Applied Learning (587 KB)

Leader of Student Wellbeing Programs Leader of Student Wellbeing Programs (653 KB)

Year 10-12 Campus and College Retreats Co-ordinator Year 10-12 Campus and College Retreats Co-ordinator (654 KB)

Operations Leader (Rosebud and Tyabb) Operations Leader (Rosebud and Tyabb) (659 KB)

Daily Organiser Mornington Daily Organiser Mornington (579 KB)



Downloads:

Application Form - Teaching (PDF) Application Form - Teaching (PDF) (423 KB)

Application Form - Teaching (DOC) Application Form - Teaching (DOC) (130 KB)

Application Form - Non-Teaching (PDF) Application Form - Non-Teaching (PDF) (640 KB)

Application Form - Non-Teaching (DOC) Application Form - Non-Teaching (DOC) (190 KB)

Application Form - Casual Relief Teaching (PDF) Application Form - Casual Relief Teaching (PDF) (423 KB)

Application Form - Casual Relief Teaching (DOC) Application Form - Casual Relief Teaching (DOC) (134 KB)

Statement of Principles 2020 Statement of Principles 2020 (164 KB)

Mission Statement Mission Statement (147 KB)


All applications should be forwarded, together with a current Curriculum Vitae, including the names, phone numbers and email addresses of three referees, to employment@padua.vic.edu.au. All applications should be addressed to the Principal and all telephone enquiries should be directed to the Personal Assistant – Human Resources.

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