Teaching Subject: Mathematics teacher

Contract Type: Full-time

Applications Close: close of business Wednesday 8th May 2024

About Us

St Vincent’s College is an independent day and boarding school offering a contemporary Catholic education for girls in years 7-12. We're a dynamic learning community, fostering creativity, discernment, and leadership in the development of students to be courageous women of action. The girls treasure the College spirit they affectionately call “Vinnies Spirit”. It is hard to define but easy to feel. A sense of optimism, cheerfulness, and a good dose of quirky! As we look to a future filled with opportunities for women in Australia, St Vincent’s College is all about empowering young women to be independent in thought, compassionate in attitude and confident to act.

The College was founded by the Sisters of Charity in 1858 and is now under the stewardship of Mary Aikenhead Ministries. These five values inspired by the Sisters of Charity and Mary Aikenhead Ministries shape the community we are becoming:

● Generosity of Spirit

● Hope

● Justice

● Respect

● Service of the Poor

For further information about St Vincent’s College, please visit our Vision and History pages.

The Role

St Vincent’s College is seeking a committed educator with strong pedagogical knowledge and collaborative skills to join its dynamic Mathematics faculty.

The successful candidate will have skills in the design and delivery of high-quality learning in Mathematics. They will have a desire to engage in pedagogical innovation and in integrating evidenced based practices in the classroom. Strong communication skills and a commitment to growth focused learning for young women is necessary.

Applicants also need to have:

  • Be knowledgeable about the NESA Mathematics curriculum.
  • Have the capacity to teach Mathematics in Stages 4, 5 and 6.
  • Have a commitment to promoting a culture of growth and achievement in the classroom.
  • Be committed to continuous improvement and professional learning. 
  • Hold the appropriate teaching qualifications and be eligible to teach in NSW
  • Have a commitment to Catholic education, displaying a clear understanding of the ethos of Catholic schools and the particular Mission and Vision of the College
  • Hold a current Working with Children Check, and be committed to safeguarding and promoting the safety, welfare, and well-being of young people.

The College requires all staff to comply with Public Health Orders as issued by the Government.

The load will include pastoral duties aligned to the Visible Wellbeing Program.

Child Protection Legislation requires the preferred applicants to be subject to employment screening. Please supply your WWCC number.

Please Include:

Application Form, Application Letter, CV, transcripts of qualifications, WWCC number, Statement of Service, if applicable and contact details of 3 referees should be sent by email to : hr@stvincents.nsw.edu.au