Mother Teresa Catholic College
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Address: 731 Eighty Road, Baldivis

Team Leader- Evangelisation and Religious Education

At Mother Teresa Catholic College, we aim to

CHALLENGE our students and all in our college community to

CONNECT with learning about ourselves, one another and the wider world, in order to

CONTRIBUTE with confidence, courage and creativity towards making the world a better place for all peoples.

Our College will continue to develop year by year into a K-12 co-educational Catholic College. The Junior School facilities are currently shared with the Parish of Saint Teresa of Calcutta, until the parish church is built. It will be situated between the College Junior School and Administration Building. As a K-12 College we are one school, not two separate campuses and continual efforts are made by college leaders and staff towards developing our shared culture and identity.  

The successful applicant will commence in the role on 1 January 2020.

To be considered for this outstanding leadership opportunity, potential candidates must be practising Catholics and experienced educators committed to the objectives and ethos of Catholic Education.

The successful candidate will have:

  • A minimum four-year tertiary qualification although it would be advantageous to demonstrate significant progress towards a Masters degree or higher
  • Accreditation for Leadership of a Catholic School Community or its equivalent-or be working towards this level of Accreditation
  • Current TRBWA and Working with Children registrations

To apply for this position, applicants must submit the following:

  1. A covering letter
  2. Completed Application Form, including responses to Areas of Responsibility.

Information and Application Form

Timeline and Provision

Applications for this position should be addressed to The Principal, Geri O’Keefe and emailed to sandra.loveridge@cewa.edu.au by 4:00pm Monday 29 July 2019.

 

Team Leader- Inquiry and Innovation

At Mother Teresa Catholic College, we aim to

CHALLENGE our students and all in our college community to

CONNECT with learning about ourselves, one another and the wider world, in order to

CONTRIBUTE with confidence, courage and creativity towards making the world a better place for all peoples.

Our College will continue to develop year by year into a K-12 co-educational Catholic College. The Junior School facilities are currently shared with the Parish of Saint Teresa of Calcutta, until the parish church is built. It will be situated between the College Junior School and Administration Building. As a K-12 College we are one school, not two separate campuses and continual efforts are made by college leaders and staff towards developing our shared culture and identity.  

The successful applicant will commence in the role on 1 January 2020.

To be considered for this outstanding leadership opportunity, potential candidates must be practising Catholics and experienced educators committed to the objectives and ethos of Catholic Education.

The successful candidate will have:

  • A minimum four-year tertiary qualification although it would be advantageous to demonstrate significant progress towards a Masters degree or higher
  • Accreditation for Leadership of a Catholic School Community or its equivalent-or be working towards this level of Accreditation
  • Current TRBWA and Working with Children registrations

To apply for this position, applicants must submit the following:

  1. A covering letter
  2. Completed Application Form, including responses to Areas of Responsibility

Information and Application Form

Timeline and Provision

Applications for this position should be addressed to The Principal, Geri O’Keefe and emailed to sandra.loveridge@cewa.edu.au by 4:00pm Monday 29 July 2019.

 

College Receptionist

At Mother Teresa Catholic College, we aim to

CHALLENGE our students and all in our college community to

CONNECT with learning about ourselves, one another and the wider world, in order to

CONTRIBUTE with confidence, courage and creativity towards making the world a better place for all peoples.

Our College will continue to develop year by year into a K-12 co-educational Catholic College. The Junior School facilities are currently shared with the Parish of Saint Teresa of Calcutta, until the parish church is built. It will be situated between the College Junior School and Administration Building. As a K-12 College we are one school, not two separate campuses and continual efforts are made by college leaders and staff towards developing our shared culture and identity.  This year there are seven staff who work across both Junior and Middle Schools, and this practice will continue as the college grows.

The successful applicant will commence in the role in Term 3.

COMPETENCIES DESIRED FOR THE POSITION:
•Relevant experience in a similar role in a school or educational environment

•Well-developed interpersonal skills.

•Excellent oral and written communication skills

•Excellent telephone manner.

•Well-developed organisational and prioritising skills.

•Initiative and discretion.•Ability to work autonomously and in a team environment.

•Ability to work well under pressure.

•Proficient with Office365.

•MAZE and/or SEQTA experience an advantage.

To apply for this position, applicants must submit the following:

  • Covering letter and CV

College Receptionist Position Description 

Applications for this position should be addressed to the Business Manager, Michelle Reed and emailed to sandra.loveridge@cewa.edu.au by 4:00pm Thursday 18 July 2019.

 

Associate Principal- Middle School

In 2020 the Middle School will comprise of Years 7-9 who will engage in integrated, Challenge-Based Learning (CBL) as a continuation of the Inquiry Learning pedagogy offered in the Junior School. The core Learning Areas are Religious Education, English, Science, Mathematics and HASS. The sub-core Learning Areas are PE/Health and Indonesian.  A range of specialist classes will also continue to be offered in Middle School.

With Stages 3 and 3A of our Capital Development now completed, our Middle School students enjoy state-of-the-art facilities, including an extensive K-12 Learning Hub.

Embracing technology, inquiry learning pedagogy, collaborative practices and digital media in creative learning spaces, our learning community of students, staff and parents is flourishing in a new school built for the world of today – and tomorrow.

At Mother Teresa Catholic College, we aim to

CHALLENGE our students and all in our college community to

CONNECT with learning about ourselves, one another and the wider world, in order to

CONTRIBUTE with confidence, courage and creativity towards making the world a better place for all peoples.

Our College will continue to develop year by year into a K-12 co-educational Catholic College. The Junior School facilities are currently shared with the Parish of Saint Teresa of Calcutta, until the parish church is built. It will be situated between the College Junior School and Administration Building. As a K-12 College we are one school, not two separate campuses and continual efforts are made by college leaders and staff towards developing our shared culture and identity.  This year there are seven staff who work across both Junior and Middle Schools, and this practice will continue as the college grows.

The successful applicant will commence in the role in Middle School Associate Principal on 1 January 2020.

To be considered for this outstanding leadership opportunity, potential candidates must be practising Catholics and experienced educators committed to the objectives and ethos of Catholic Education.

The successful candidate will have:

  • A minimum four-year tertiary qualification although it would be advantageous to demonstrate significant progress towards a Masters degree or higher
  • Accreditation for Leadership of a Catholic School Community or its equivalent
  • Current TRBWA and Working with Children registrations

To apply for this position, applicants must submit the following:

  1. A covering letter
  2. Completed Associate Principal Application Form including a Statement in support of application, addressing the Selection Criteria
  3. Referee Statements (including parish priest reference) to be submitted to the Principal, Geri O’Keefe by 22 July 2019

Application Form/Statement in Support of Application

Referee Statement

Parish Priest Reference Statement

Timeline and Provision

Applications for this position should be addressed to The Principal, Geri O’Keefe and emailed to sandra.loveridge@cewa.edu.au by 4:00pm Monday 22 July 2019.

 

Relief Staff

At Mother Teresa Catholic College we work as a team to deliver a holistic education to our students.

The College seeks Relief Teaching and Education 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 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 admin@motherteresa.wa.edu.au to register your interest.