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St Pius X College is a Catholic school for boys conducted in the Edmund Rice tradition, located in the heart of Chatswood CBD. The College provides a balanced education with a strong pastoral and academic focus, as well as a vigorous and comprehensive co-curricular program. The College is well known for its excellent academic results and for providing relevant, authentic, dynamic and creative learning experiences attentive to students' individual needs. 

Our Teaching and Learning Framework

  • Our St Pius X Community consists of critical and creative thinkers who are resilient and passionate about learning.
  • The Edmund Rice Education Australia Touchstones and Values provide the foundation for our learning and teaching.
  • An Active ‘Professional Learning Community’ with many opportunities for Teaching and Administrative Staff
    • Annual ‘James Fellowship’ that supports Teacher Professional Learning at a local, national or global level with colleagues in a collaborative
    • Annual Professional Learning Grants that allow teachers to follow Post Graduate Study that supports Career Stage and Aspirations.
    • Professional Learning Team Meetings that are included as part of the Teacher Timetable for structured collaborative learning, lesson walks and peer coaching opportunities.
  • Staff Workshops offered for Teachers wanting to pursue Voluntary Higher Levels of NESA Accreditation
  • A structured ‘Professional Learning and Development Framework’ that enables teaching staff to efficiently and authentically maintain their NESA Accreditation for Proficient Teachers.
  • Mentoring Program for Early Career Teachers with allocated time to support Proficient Teacher Application processes.

Duty Statement

 


Current Positions Available

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Learning Support Coordinator

Level: Year 5 – 12
From: Permanent Full Time from 2019
Commencement: Negotiable

CLICK HERE for full role description.

Basic Role Purpose

The Learning Support Coordinator is responsible for the design, implementation and evaluation of programs of study and initiatives to support the learning needs of all students, including students with special education needs, gifted and talented students and students learning English as an additional language.

 

Conditions of Employment

  • approximately 0.7 teaching/0.3 release time;
  • Coordinator 2 allowance (currently $16,460 for 2019 p.a.);
  • an initial two year appointment to the promotions position, and following satisfactory performance review,
  • further three year appointments to the promotions position;
  • reporting to the Principal through the Assistant Principal – Teaching and Learning;
  • commencement date negotiable.

The successful applicant will:

  • be committed to and supportive of the Mission of Catholic Schools with specific reference to the Edmund Rice ethos and tradition of the College;
  • exhibit a high standard of competence, professionalism, organisational proficiency and enthusiasm;
  • liaise with Studies Coordinators and Class Teachers to promote and develop an inclusive learning environment;
  • be an excellent teacher and be able to convey the elements of the art and practice of successful teaching to colleagues;
  • be committed to the care and wellbeing of ‘at risk’ students;
  • have a genuine and knowledgeable empathy for students with special needs;
  • have highly developed written and verbal communication skills;
  • have strong interpersonal skills, being an active listener, a wise and experienced counsel and an empathetic and effective challenger, particularly with respect to colleagues, Studies and Guidance Coordinators and parents;
  • be committed to boys’ education and have an understanding and appreciation of the structure and climate of a boys’ school community;
  • be committed to personal religious education and spiritual formation;
  • be actively involved in the College’s cocurricular program.

Please provide a letter of application identifying areas of interest and expertise, plus the following information no later than Tuesday 18 December 2018 addressed to:

 

Mr John Couani
Principal
St Pius X College Chatswood
  • Letter of application
  • Application Form: Online Employment Application
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Tertiary Education Transcripts
  • NESA Accreditation/Classification Documents
  • The names and contact details of 3 Referees

Please direct any enquiries to:

Mr Alex Damo – Assistant Principal – Teaching and Learning
T: (02) 9411 4733 E: adamo@stpiusx.nsw.edu.au

Awards: NSW Catholic Independent Schools (Teachers – Model B) Multi-Enterprise Agreement 2017.
 

Mandatory screening procedures apply for all positions.

 

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Classroom Teacher

Level: Stage 3
Hours: Permanent Full Time Permanent Position
Commencing: 2019 School Year (negotiable)
Reporting to: Head of Junior School

St Pius X College, Chatswood is seeking to appoint an energetic, contemporary and innovative practitioner to teach Stage 3 commencing the beginning of the 2019 College year (negotiable). Applicants will be suitably qualified and enjoy working in a dynamic and cohesive team.

The successful applicant will:

  • Demonstrate a clear understanding and commitment to the Mission of the Catholic School;
  • Be supportive of the Edmund Rice ethos of the College;
  • Be characterised by a high standard of competency, professionalism, organisational proficiency and enthusiasm;
  • Have an ability to relate to boys and a practical knowledge of boys’ education issues and initiatives;
  • Be an innovative and engaging classroom practitioner;
  • Effectively integrate technology in teaching and learning;
  • Differentiate the curriculum to suit the student needs;
  • Participate in the cocurricular program of the School.

Please send a covering letter identifying areas of interest and expertise, plus the following information no later than Tuesday 18 December 2018 addressed to:

Mr John Couani
Principal
St Pius X College
35 Anderson Street
Chatswood NSW 2067

 

Please direct any enquiries to:
Mr Tim Long
Head of the Junior School
E: tlong@stpiusx.nsw.edu.au

Awards: NSW Catholic Independent Schools (Teachers – Model B) Multi-Enterprise Agreement 2017.

Mandatory screening procedures apply for all positions.
 

 

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Employment Collection Notice

  1. In applying for any position you will be providing St Pius X College Chatswood with personal information.
  2. If you provide St Pius X College with personal information, for example your name and address or information contained on your resume, St Pius X College will collect the information in order to assess your application.
  3. St Pius X College will destroy this information at the completion of the appointment process.
  4. You may seek access to your personal information held by St Pius X College if you are unsuccessful for the position. However, there will be occasions when access is denied. Such occasions would include where access would have an unreasonable impact on the privacy of others.
  5. This information will be provided to the interview panel for the position for which you are applying.
  6. If you provide St Pius X College with the personal information of others, we encourage you to inform them that you are disclosing that information and why; that they can access that information if they wish; that St Pius X College does not usually disclose the information to third parties.

General Application Information

Applications are to be directed to the Principal, Mr John Couani

In the application please include the following:

  • Relevant Application form (available below)
  • Letter of Application - Covering letter identifying areas of interest and expertise
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • The names of three relevant referees
  • Any other specific information requested for individual postitions e.g. Tertiary Education Transcripts

 

Important notes

  • Mandatory screening procedures apply for all positions.
  • St Pius X College Chatswood is an Equal Opportunity Employer
  • In accordance with new Child Protection legislation all people seeking child-related employment are required to complete a Working with Children Check clearance prior to employment at the College.
  • Salary scales according to NSW Catholic Independent Schools Current Awards for EREA/Christian Brothers schools (see below).
  • Remuneration for two terms’ co-curricular involvement at separate above Award rates
  • An additional 2-3 weeks annual leave due to co-curricular commitments
  • A very supportive and welcoming College community
  • Access to generous Staff Professional Development Grants
  • Departmental professional development as a component of overall teaching allocation<
  • Highly motivated and engaged students
  • Provision of personal technology learning devices

 

Download Application Forms

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