Senior Business Teacher
St John’s Grammar School is seeking a full-time, permanent Senior Business Teacher with the flexibility to commence the role between Weeks 3 – 5 of Term 3, 2020. The Senior Business Teacher will be a visionary educator with demonstrated ability to achieve outstanding results for their Middle and Senior School students. They will keep abreast of research in learning and teaching, including approaches, pedagogy, student engagement, learning theory and knowledge. The Teacher will work actively to contribute to a collegial team of staff within the department.
The incumbent is required to teach business-related subjects (Accounting, Business Innovation) to Stage II. Experience teaching English and/or History at senior levels will be highly regarded. Further information about this position can be found in the Position Description – Senior Business Teacher.
Applications close 1pm on Friday 5 June.
How to Apply for Teaching positions
Applicants should provide the following documents:
> An introductory letter (1-2 pages) outlining:
> your specialist areas
> what stands out about your approach to teaching
> why you are passionate about your subjects
> a brief statement about why you are interested in the role
> Curriculum Vitae
> Details of two professional referees
All applications can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Would you like to work at St John’s Grammar School?
If you are interested in joining our dedicated St John’s Grammar community as a member of staff, but we currently do not have a position available that is of interest, we would still love to hear from you. We have a variety of roles that work together to ensure the smooth running of our School, including Teaching roles in our ELC, Junior School and Senior School, Business Support staff (including roles in Reception, Administration, HR, Marketing and Finance) as well as Student Support Officers and ELC Assistants.
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Soaring School-wide Pedagogy
You can download a copy of the St John’s Grammar School Pedagogy here.