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Cedars is dedicated to attracting and retaining motivated and talented people to teach, support, care for and lead our students on their educational journey.

Cedars believes that our staff, both teaching and non-teaching, are the greatest resource we have to help meet educational, social and spiritual outcomes for our students. As such, we are committed to investing in professional development for all staff to keep them abreast of the latest techniques and research in effective practice. We expect all staff to be active learners themselves and to model learning to our students. Staff at Cedars must also be Christians who are active in their local church.

All positions vacant are advertised on the Cedars website as well as other mediums, including the Christian Schools Australia website.

 

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Cedars Teaching Application Form 

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CURRENT TEMPORARY AND PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES AT CEDARS:

Applications close Monday 4 September 2017

SCIENCE (CHEMISTRY) TEACHER Y7–12 – Temporary F/T (Term 4, 2017)

A full-time position exists for a successful applicant who is able to demonstrate the following:

  • knowledge and excellence in the new NSW K-12 syllabus for the Australian Curriculum in Science Stage 4 and 5, and 6
  • proven teaching experience with a specialisation in Chemistry
  • passion for teaching Science
  • maintain strong academic and pastoral relationships with students and families, providing regular and timely feedback regarding academic progress, behaviour and application
  • excellence in classroom professional practice
  • willingness to participate in the extracurricular life of the College.
SCIENCE (CHEMISTRY) TEACHER Y7–12 – Permanent F/T (commencing Term 1, 2018)

A full-time position exists for a successful applicant who is able to demonstrate the following:

  • knowledge and excellence in the new NSW K-12 syllabus for the Australian Curriculum in Science Stage 4 and 5, and 6
  • proven teaching experience with a specialisation in Chemistry
  • passion for teaching Science
  • maintain strong academic and pastoral relationships with students and families, providing regular and timely feedback regarding academic progress, behaviour and application
  • excellence in classroom professional practice
  • willingness to participate in the extracurricular life of the College.
HEAD TEACHER SCIENCE Y7-12 (Level 2 Coordinator) – Permanent F/T (commencing Term 1, 2018)

A leadership position exists for a successful applicant who is able to demonstrate the following:

  • successful teaching experience with capacity to initiate improvement in teaching, learning and classroom practice
  • knowledge of curriculum, assessment and student welfare with the ability to lead and design quality, inclusive teaching and learning programs
  • a deep passion for Science in all its forms
  • educational leadership skills to build the capacity and manage performance of individuals and teams
  • well-developed communication and interpersonal skills with the capacity to build relationships and engage students, staff and parents
  • ability to plan and manage resources effectively and equitably to support teaching and learning
  • vision, creativity and motivation to lead an experienced team of professionals, develop and implement a Christian approach to Science and oversee the STEM curriculum and staff
  • willingness to participate in the extracurricular life of the College.
VISUAL ARTS TEACHER Y7 – 12 – Permanent F/T (commencing Term 1, 2018)

A full-time position exists for a successful applicant who is able to demonstrate the following:

  • sound knowledge of recent developments in the theory and practice of Visual Arts education, the NESA syllabus and Assessment and Reporting requirements which facilitate personalised learning
  • ability to work collaboratively in planning and implementing effective Visual Arts teaching and learning programs
  • ability as an outstanding classroom teacher with a commitment to student welfare
  • develop a strong rapport with students, parents and staff
  • willingness to participate in the extracurricular life of the College.
PRIMARY TEACHER – Permanent F/T (commencing Term 1, 2018)

A full-time position exists for a successful applicant who is able to demonstrate the following:

  • understanding and experience of current curriculum and teaching practice
  • commitment to meeting the individual needs of all students and to general excellence in Primary education
  • develop a strong rapport with students, parents and staff
  • flexibility to teach from Kindergarten to Year 6
  • ability to motivate and develop children through extra-curricular activities
  • willingness to participate in the extracurricular life of the College.
SCIENCE (PHYSICS) TEACHER Y7–12 – Temporary 12 Months (commencing Term 1, 2018)

A full-time position exists for a successful applicant who is able to demonstrate the following:

  • knowledge and excellence in the new NSW K-12 syllabus for the Australian Curriculum in Science Stage 4 and 5, and 6
  • proven teaching experience with a specialisation in Physics
  • passion for teaching Science
  • maintain strong academic and pastoral relationships with students and families, providing regular and timely feedback regarding academic progress, behaviour and application
  • excellence in classroom professional practice
  • willingness to participate in the extracurricular life of the College.
PRIMARY TEACHER – Temporary 12 Months (commencing Term 1, 2018)

A full-time position exists for a successful applicant who is able to demonstrate the following:

  • understanding and experience of current curriculum and teaching practice
  • commitment to meeting the individual needs of all students and to general excellence in Primary education
  • develop a strong rapport with students, parents and staff
  • flexibility to teach from Kindergarten to Year 6
  • ability to motivate and develop children through extra-curricular activities
  • willingness to participate in the extracurricular life of the College.

A Teaching Application Form must be submitted with each application.

To apply, please email your completed Teaching Application Form and all supporting documentation to:

The Principal, Mr Steve Walton

principal@cedars.nsw.edu.au

Applicants must be committed Christians, active in their own church and are also required to provide a Working with Children Check (WWCC) Number.