Genazzano FCJ College is a high performing Catholic day and boarding school beginning with the Early Learning Centre (co-educational 3 and 4-year-old kindergarten) and girls-only education from Preparatory to Year 12.
The College is seeking a dynamic, enthusiastic and innovative Curriculum Leader - Digital Technologies (POL 3) to further enrich our award winning Technology program at the College. The ability to teach VCE Computing Units 1 to 4 is essential.
The Curriculum Leader: Digital Technologies will have:
Excellent understanding of Digital Technologies curriculum, pedagogy and assessment P -12, especially in relation to the education of girls.
Experience in the leadership of learning and teaching, with success in the planning, implementation and evaluation of sound educational policies and practices.
Proven skills in staff management, team building and knowledge transfer, and a leadership style that shows collaboration, honesty, integrity, compassion and emotional intelligence.
Ability to collaborate with teachers to encourage innovation and program initiatives which enhance the quality and relevance of the Digital Technologies curriculum.
Proven commitment to personal and professional development, including appropriate postgraduate qualifications.
Excellent verbal and written communication and presentation skills, both within and beyond the school community.
A fully supportive attitude and approach to the objectives and ethos of Catholic education.
Genazzano FCJ College is committed to creating and maintaining a child safe environment in which all students feel safe and are safe. Our human resources and recruitment practices are strictly adhered to during the application, interviewing and selection process. Applicants are advised that Genazzano FCJ College undertakes Working With Children Checks, Police Record Checks and reference checks, as appropriate, to ensure that Genazzano FCJ College is recruiting the right people for our College.
This position will begin in January 2021.
The closing date for this position is 9:00am Friday 9 October 2020. All applications should be addressed to the Principal.