LEADER OF LEARNING Middle Years STEM (Yrs 7 – 9) – St Paul’s College, (SA)

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  • Full-time, 2 year tenure with option to renew.
  • Applications close: Friday, 18 October, 2019 at 5:00pm
LEAD CONSULTANT
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Rob Sieben
Senior Education Consultant (SA)

St Paul’s College, as a Catholic School in the Edmund Rice tradition, contributes to the development of young people through education and their formation of Christian virtue and conscience.

The College is seeking a Leader of Learning – Middle Years STEM (Years 7 – 9) to be responsible for leading staff in the continuous improvement of curriculum and pedagogy with a focus on STEM.

The Leader of Learning has a significant responsibility to facilitate the school improvement of learning. Guided by the National Curriculum, the South Australian Certificate of Education and AITSL Professional Standards for Teachers, the Leader of Learning will oversee, maintain and implement strategies and programs to enhance teaching practice which lead to improved learning outcomes for all students.

St Paul’s College commits to Learning that is ERICA: Engaging, Relevant, Innovative, Creative, Authentic. The Leader of Learning, as a member of the Learning Council, is responsible for centring ERICA in Teaching and Learning.

As a significant leader of the college, the Leader of Learning will work collaboratively with the Executive Leadership and Senior Leadership Teams to ensure that all staff work towards continuous professional growth in curriculum and pedagogy, catering for the diverse learning needs of our students.

Commencing in 2020, the position is a POR 2 position with a tenure of two years with an option to renew.

St Paul’s College has engaged Hutton Consulting Australia to assist with the search and selection process for this position. For a confidential discussion regarding the application process and to obtain the full position description please contact Rob Sieben on 0408 083 083 or email rob.sieben@hutton.education

Applications close: Friday 18 October, 2019 at 5.00pm