English and Humanities
A passionate, committed educator is sought to fill this position and join our team in a supportive and professional environment. This is a full-time, ongoing
position from the commencement of the 2019 academic year. The ability to teach Legal Studies will be a distinct advantage.
Teachers share a significant responsibility in preparing young people to lead successful and productive lives. The quality of the teacher is the single-most important in-school factor influencing student achievement. Teachers can be a source of inspiration and, equally importantly, provide a dependable and consistent influence on young people as they grow and flourish, and ultimately make choices about their future. All Teachers are expected to actively engage in the co-curricular and pastoral care program.
Qualifications and all relevant details, as well as the details of three referees are required with all applications.
Referees may be contacted prior to interview.
Hume Anglican Grammar is committed to child safety. As such, the successful applicant will be expected to satisfy child protection screening, and adhere to the School's Child Safety Policy and Staff Code of Conduct. These documents may be downloaded from the School website. All teaching staff must hold, or be immediately eligible for VIT registration.
How to apply:
- Applications are required via SEEK, attaching the Hume Anglican Grammar application form, which addresses the Key Selection Criteria (KSC) for the leadership role.
- Please see the following links for the Application Form and the full Position Description (which contains the KSC)
- Applicants who do not complete the Application Form found on our website will not be considered.
- All applications must be submitted via SEEK, addressed to the Principal and include the following three separate documents; Cover Letter, Resume and Application Form.
Please direct all enquiries to the Assistant Principal – Secondary, Andrea Agnew to AgnewA@humegrammar.vic.edu.au or 03 8339 6900
Applications close, Thursday, 29 November 2018 - 4:00pm.