OLSH College Bentleigh is looking for Head of Department - VCAL
OLSH College Bentleigh is an independent Catholic secondary school for girls with a commitment to the mission of Catholic education. Administered by the Daughters of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, the College is built on a tradition of more than 82 years of inspiring excellence at the Heart of girls' education.
Applications are invited from suitably qualified teachers in the following full time ongoing position:
Head of Department
VCAL (POL 2)
Commencing Term 1 2021
The successful applicant will have a demonstrated commitment to Catholic education and to the safety and wellbeing of children and young people.
The successful applicant will possess the skills and abilities necessary to provide our OLSH students with a rich and rewarding educational experience. This will mean the applicant is ready to be collegial and able to embrace a team based approach to teaching and learning.
The successful candidate will be appropriately qualified, demonstrate enthusiasm and a passion for girls' education. With the ability to provide outstanding leadership for the continued development of the VCAL program. Deep care for our students and the ability to collaborate with the VCAL Team and all staff will be essential aspects of this role.
The Position of Leadership (POL 2) will be a three (3) year term with the option to renew upon successful completion of this term.
The successful applicant will hold Victorian Institute of Teaching Registration and the right to work in Australia.
Applications close on 20 September 2020 with interviews taking place as applications are received.
For a position description and selection criteria please contact the Executive Assistant to the Principal at [email protected].au.
Please direct all inquiries to: +61 3 85209219
Applications including a cover letter, full CV and the contact details of three referees to be emailed to: The Principal at [email protected].au.
Our Lady of the Sacred Heart College is committed to, and promotes the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all children and young people.