Saint Ignatius College Geelong
A Jesuit Partner School in the Ignatian Tradition of Education, Saint Ignatius College is located at Drysdale on the Bellarine Peninsula, Saint Ignatius is a growing school with demand for student places from the Surf Coast to the Bellarine Peninsula.
Over 1300 students are enrolled at the school for 2018.
The College employs 110 teaching and non-teaching staff.
Saint Ignatius College Geelong is committed to being a Child Safe organisation. The College has a zero tolerance for child abuse and is committed to acting in children’s best interests and in keeping them safe from harm. We regard our child protection responsibilities with the utmost importance and as such, is committed to providing the necessary resources to ensure compliance with all relevant child protection laws and regulations and maintain a child safe culture.
There are currently no Teaching positions being advertised.
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It is expected that all staff at Saint Ignatius College are involved in the extensive co-curriculum programs of the College.
Support for the Catholic and Ignatian ethos as well as the College’s Child Safe policies and procedures are essential.
Salary will be according to the Victorian Catholic Education Multi-Employer Agreement 2013.
Understanding of and commitment to ethos of Catholic Education.
Understanding of contemporary learning and teaching principles and practice.
Accreditation to teach in a Catholic school or willingness to undertake the necessary professional learning to achieve accreditation.
Willingness to support and undertake formation In the Ignatian ethos of the college.
Well developed understanding of Key Learning Area concepts and content.
An energetic and creative attitude to working collegially in an environment that values continuous improvement.
The ability to provide a learning environment that engages and challenges students and encourages them to take responsibility for their own learning.
The ability to establish and maintain clear and consistent expectations for students as learners and for their behaviour in the classroom.
Understanding and commitment to the ideal of teaching the whole person.
Willingness and ability to participate in the co-curricular program.
Proficient classroom management ability.
The ability to plan, develop and document units of work.
The ability to assess student progress and provide meaningful reports.
Willingness and ability to take on the Homeroom teacher role.
Capacity for taking on Positions of Leadership.
Ability to teach Religious Education.
An understanding of current issues in education.
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