2019 Teaching Positions
Expressions of Interest
Expressions of Interest are invited from suitably qualified flexible, experienced and enthusiastic professionals for
full- and part-time, ongoing and temporary teaching positions in 2019.
An Information Session for prospective applicants will be held
at Mother Teresa Catholic College, 731 Eighty Rd Baldivis,
on Monday 10 September from 5pm until 6pm.
Please register your attendance by clicking on the link below
Employment Vacancies 2019
POSITIONS: Teachers – Expressions of Interest for both temporary and ongoing positions – Middle School (Years 7 and 8 in 2019)
START DATE: 01-01-2019
FINISH DATE: 31-12-2019 (Finishing date for Temporary positions only)
Mother Teresa Catholic College opened in January 2014. The College will have approximately 700 student enrolments in 2019, ranging from 3yo Kindergarten to Year 8, progressing each year to a K-12 co-educational College.
In our Junior School, Inquiry Learning (known as ‘Investigations’ in Kindergarten to Yr. 2 and ‘Education Research Projects (ERPs)’ in Yrs. 3-6) has been a hallmark of the early and primary years of schooling at our college.
Our first secondary students (four home-groups of Year 7) commenced this year in new secondary buildings in a variety of contemporary learning spaces where they engage in multi-disciplinary, challenge-based learning which reflect the learning intentions and outcomes of the West Australian Curriculum.
In 2019 we are expecting to have five home groups of Yr. 7 students (with approximately three-fifths of those students new to MTCC) and four home-groups of Yr. 8 students.
The core learning areas are Religious Education, English, Mathematics and Science. The sub-core learning-areas are HASS, Indonesian and PE/Health, with Technology integrated across all learning areas.
A comprehensive elective program including Design and Technology, Music, Drama, Dance, Food Technology, Visual Arts and Textiles is offered in specialist facilities.
In Middle School (Years 7 and 8 in 2019), Challenged–based Learning (CBL) is offered as a natural progression of Inquiry Learning for the secondary students. CBL occurs in two double-periods each week. This transformational way of learning is especially suited to developing the ‘5Cs’ essential for 21st Century learning and life beyond school for our students: Creativity, Critical Reflection, Communication, Collaboration and Citizenship. Embracing technology, collaborative practices and digital media in creative learning spaces, our learning community of students, staff and parents are flourishing in a new school built for the world of today – and tomorrow.
EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST
Expressions of Interest are invited from experienced, creative and flexible teachers of core and elective learning areas. We seek teachers with a generous, pioneering spirit, who will continue to develop our vibrant, new and rapidly growing learning community.
Expressions of Interest must address the Selection Criteria, include a curriculum vitae, include the names and contact details of two professional referees and a priest referee, and clearly state the following information related to the position of interest:
1) The specific teaching areas of expertise
2) Part-time and/or full-time status
3) Temporary and/or permanent positions.
Successful applicants will need to:
• Have a strong and active personal faith commitment
• Be passionate about teaching and committed to continuous professional growth and development
• Be dedicated to the advancement of each student’s holistic development and committed to providing the highest standard of care and education
• Be willing to be involved in the life of the College, including involvement in out-of-school activities
• Be flexible, enthusiastic and able to work collaboratively with colleagues and participate in inter-disciplinary planning and pedagogy.
• Demonstrate a high degree of professionalism, communication skills and proficiency in integrating technology into the daily classroom environment
• Have knowledge of and willingness to embrace and facilitate inquiry-learning pedagogy and be involved in the Challenge-Based Learning sessions.
• Relevant four-year tertiary qualifications
• Religious Education teachers require Accreditation to Teach Religious Education
Applicants must be fully supportive of the objectives and ethos of Catholic education.
On appointment successful applicants will require a Working with Children Check.
An application for a WWC must be made in person at participating Australia Post outlets
Applicants must have a current registration as a teacher with the Teacher Registration Board of WA (TRBWA) to be eligible for appointment. Information is available from the TRBWA.
Applications should be addressed to Michelle Reed, Business Manager email@example.com and received by COB Tuesday 24 September 2018
At Mother Teresa Catholic College we work as a team to deliver a holistic education to our students.
The College seeks relief Teaching and Teaching Assistant applicants who are enthusiastic, dynamic and passionate, and who have an excellent track record in the classroom. We also employ Administrative and Technical Staff who are proactive and outstanding in their chosen field, and who bring with them a strong sense of service.
All applicants need to be able to demonstrate a commitment to the ideals and ethos of Catholic education. All staff are encouraged to contribute wholeheartedly to the life of the College, including involvement in a wide variety of co-curricular and extra-curricular activities for our students.
The College is a Equal Opportunity Employer where staff are treated in a caring manner. If there are no applicable vacancies and you wish to be considered for future opportunities, please email your details and Curriculum Vitae to firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest.