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Health & Physical Education Teacher


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St Bernard’s College is a vibrant learning community providing holistic boys’ education with a strong focus on academic excellence.

The College is seeking a suitably qualified and highly motivated part time (0.63 across 9 days) Health & Physical Education Teacher. The position is a, fixed term contract for Term 2, 2021 commencing Monday 19 April and concluding 25 June 2021.

The main responsibilities of the position include:

  • Provide opportunities to engage students in a variety of learning experiences where students are encouraged and supported in achieving personal excellence.
  • Provide students with a positive role model through their actions as a committed Catholic educator.
  • To assist students with individual and group work in accordance with the work requirements outlined in course of studies.
  • Assist the Key Learning Leaders in reviewing, designing and developing curriculum.
  • Work as part of a team of Faculty and/or College based staff.
  • Work as part of the teaching staff at St Bernard’s College.
  • Other tasks as directed by the Key Learning Area Leader’s and Deputy Principal.
  • Be involved in our extra-curricular program.

The successful applicant will have a teaching qualification and demonstrate the following competencies:

  • Experience teaching Years 8 & 9 Health and Physical Education. Includes House sport every Tuesday and Wednesday.
  • Understanding of and demonstrated commitment to the Catholic philosophy and ethos of education;
  • Understanding of the pastoral care needs of boys in a Catholic secondary school;
  • Experience within a Catholic educational organisation an advantage.

Please complete the online application form located on the College website www.sbc.vic.edu.au/about/employment. Applications close Friday 2 April 2021.

The College promotes the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all children and young people.