Part-Time English Teacher

About the RolePart-time (0.5 FTE)Permanent ongoing positionTerm 1, 2024 commencementTeaching Years 7-12 We welcome applications from highly skilled and experienced teachers to join our English and Languages Faculty for the commencement of Term 1, 2024.As part of the Faculty, you will have specialist skills and experience in teaching English in line with the Australian Curriculum, specifically teaching TASC English Literature, Year 9 English and Year 9/10 Creative Writing as part of your load.Our teaching staff are dedicated professionals who are passionate about providing exceptional learning opportunities that cater for a diverse range of students. Teaching staff need to be involved in the wider life of the School and hold a willingness to participate fully in the School's co-curricular program.Teaching staff are expected to work as collaborative team players and to positively contribute to the teaching, learning and spiritual culture of the School that contribute towards the Mission, Purpose and Values of the School.To be considered for this role you will have:Bachelor of Education and or other equivalent academic qualification specific to the specialist area of education and Tasmanian teacher registration.Demonstrated ability in teaching subject matter; Experience teaching at a pre-tertiary level.A passion for working with young people and the ability to engage and challenge them in a dynamic learning environment;A comprehensive understanding of current educational matters, including the Australian Curriculum;Demonstrated innovation in the teaching of curriculum and student learning;Outstanding classroom practice and comprehensive experience using Information Technology within the teaching and learning program;Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, including the capacity to interact effectively with a range of school community members;A commitment to the principles of equal opportunity in education for all students; andA willingness to work within the School's Christian ethos and actively support the values and philosophy of the School.A copy of the full role description can be found on the school website at About St Michael's CollegiateSt Michael’s Collegiate School is a learning community based on the Christian faith that values its people, its place and its potential.We embody our values of Courage, Integrity and Compassion and are proud of our modern inclusive community where all families are welcome.Since 1892 we have been the leading Anglican girls’ school in the heart of Hobart, Tasmania. We are shaped by our Christian foundation and provide exceptional learning opportunities from the early learning years through to Year 12.Our staff and community are creative, inclusive and caring. Together we nurture the wellbeing of our students and encourage and inspire them to achieve the best possible outcome on their individual academic pathway, and grow as intellectually curious, compassionate, and resilient young people with leadership skills, who accept, work well with and care for others.Our Vision: To empower every student to embrace the fullness of lifeOur Purpose: To learn bravely, togetherOur Values: Courage, Integrity and Compassion.Our Motto: Beati Mundo Corde from Matthew 5:8-10 translates as ‘blessed (are those) with a pure heart’.Remuneration Remuneration is in accordance with the successful applicant’s experience and the St Michael's Collegiate School (Teachers) Enterprise Agreement 2020.Employment Conditions St Michael’s Collegiate School is an organisation committed to Child Protection and to the implementation of child safe policies and practices.Our organisation undertakes several screening processes to ensure the appropriate protection of children in its care. This includes reference checks, qualification checks and professional registration checks.It is conditional of employment that the successful applicant:Hold registration with the Tasmanian Teachers Registration Board (TRB);Hold and maintain a current Tasmanian Working With Vulnerable Persons check (RWVP);Be authorised to work in Australia and;Undertake mandatory child safety trainingYour ApplicationPlease refer to our website  for further information on how to apply.Applications must:Provide a cover letterInclude a CV / ResumeAddress the selection criteria (provided for within the position description)Provide 2 professional refereesApplications close by: COB Wednesday 29 November 2023.Further Information Enquires should be directed to Mrs Anouk Harding on (03) 6211 4994 or via email Position Description [CLICK HERE] AUD Hobart 7000