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All staff members of the College are expected to support and promote the College’s Catholic, Dominican mission. Santa Sabina College is an IB World School and educates students to achieve personal excellence, to act with justice and compassion, and to embrace the future with an optimistic global vision.

Santa Sabina College offers opportunities for career development and professional learning to our employees. We provide childcare onsite at Mary Bailey House (dependent on place availability) and salary packaging is also available.

The College is committed to the National Principles for Child Safe Organisations.

CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES:

Early Childhood Teacher Permanent full-time 2022

Commencing 17 January 2022

The College is seeking a dynamic and collaborative Early Childhood Teacher for a full-time position at Mary Bailey House. The educational program at Mary Bailey House has been acknowledged as being a benchmark reflecting contemporary pedagogy and practices. 

The successful applicants will have the following essential skills and experience:

  • teaching degree in Early Childhood Education
  • sound understanding of the National Quality Framework
  • experience with Assessment and Rating
  • the ability to be an educational leader
  • the capacity to be a Responsible Person
  • demonstrated ability to work within a team
  • effective written and oral communication skills
  • computer literacy
  • a commitment to professional development
  • current approved first aid and child protection qualifications
  • current WWCC

Applications must contain a cover letter addressed to the College Principal, Ms Paulina Skerman, outlining relevant experience, a Curriculum Vitae and a completed College employment application form. Completed applications are to be emailed to recruitment@ssc.nsw.edu.au. For further information, please contact Ann McGovern, Director of People,Culture and Professional Learning on (02) 9745 7025. 

Applications close: 4pm Friday 10 December 2021.

The College is committed to the National Principles for Child Safe Organisations. The successful applicant will be required to have a current Working with Children Check and be committed to our Child Protection Policy.

Early Childhood Educator (Diploma Qualified) Permanent full-time 2022

Commencing 17 January 2022

The College is seeking applications for an early childhood casual educator to work in our Long Day Care Centre (Mary Bailey House). 

The successful applicants will have the following essential skills and experience:

  • Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care or equivalent
  • sound understanding of the National Quality Framework
  • experience with Assessment and Rating
  • the capacity to be a Responsible Person
  • demonstrated ability to work within a team
  • effective written and oral communication skills
  • computer literacy
  • a commitment to professional development
  • a current working with children check(WWCC)

Applications must contain a cover letter addressed to the College Principal, Ms Paulina Skerman, outlining relevant experience, a Curriculum Vitae and a completed College employment application form. Completed applications are to be emailed to recruitment@ssc.nsw.edu.au. For further information, please contact Ann McGovern, Director of People,Culture and Professional Learning on (02) 9745 7025. 

Applications close: 4pm Friday 10 December 2021.

The College is committed to the National Principles for Child Safe Organisations. The successful applicant will be required to have a current Working with Children Check and be committed to our Child Protection Policy.

 

History teacher (NESA Mandatory History, Elective History, Ancient History, Modern History, Philosophy, IBDP History and Global Politics) 7-12

Permanent full-time 2022

Commencing 21 January 2022

Santa Sabina College is seeking dynamic professionals with an ability to inspire students through engaging and challenging teaching. Knowledge of the Australian Curriculum and International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme would be highly regarded. There is an expectation that all teachers actively participate and contribute to the broader life of the College, including student wellbeing, co-curricular activities and outdoor education experiences. 

The successful candidate will:

  • support and commit to the Catholic Dominican Mission of the College 
  • be an experienced and qualified teacher of History  in one or more of the subject areas listed
  • demonstrate knowledge of recent developments in these curriculum areas and the NESA and IBDP syllabus, assessment and reporting requirements
  • demonstrate an understanding of innovative, contemporary education practices that are student-centred, technology-rich and differentiated 
  • possess outstanding interpersonal skills and the ability to work collaboratively in a team, including effective co-planning and co-teaching skills

Teaching across various subject areas would be advantageous and highly regarded.

Applications must contain a cover letter addressed to the College Principal, Ms Paulina Skerman, outlining relevant experience, a Curriculum Vitae and a completed College employment application form. Completed applications are to be emailed to recruitment@ssc.nsw.edu.au. For further information, please contact Ann McGovern, Director of People,Culture and Professional Learning on (02) 9745 7025. 

Applications close: 4pm 3 December 2021.

 

Head of HSIE (NESA and IBDP History)  7-12

Santa Sabina College Strathfield is a P-12 Catholic School in the Dominican tradition educating students to achieve personal excellence, to act with justice and compassion, and to embrace the future with an optimistic global vision. Located across eight hectares in Strathfield in Sydney’s multicultural inner west and enrolling over 1230 students, we offer a comprehensive co-education on our Del Monte Campus for P-4 and for girls 5-12 on our Santa Sabina Campus. Our outdoor education campus, Tallong, is located on 97 hectares in the Southern Highlands. 

Our Early Education Centre (Mary Bailey House) and Out of School Hours (OOSH) services are located in the grounds of the Primary (Del Monte) Campus. Mary Bailey House provides education and care for children aged from six weeks to five years and the College also operates three separate OOSH services for five-year-olds to Year 6 students. OOSH provides before school, after school and vacation care for children during school holiday periods.

Head of Department – HSIE (NESA History and Philosophy, IBDP History)

Permanent/Full-time

Commencing – 21 January 2022

The College is seeking an experienced and passionate professional to lead a dynamic HSIE (History) Department. This is a 2 point leadership position that sits alongside the Head of Department HSIE (Social Sciences).

The successful candidate will:

  • support the Catholic Dominican Mission of the College and promote the prayer life of the College
  • demonstrate outstanding leadership skills including the ability to mentor, guide and advise staff and students
  • demonstrates expert understanding of curriculum requirements for HSIE, particularly for NESA Modern History, Ancient History,Extension History, Mandatory History, Philosophy and IB Global Politics and History.
  • be a strategic and collaborative practitioner who can work with a range of teams 
  • be an exemplary teacher with demonstrated understanding of contemporary pedagogy
  • lead the development, implementation and evaluation of HSIE (History) policies and programs for curriculum, assessment and reporting across Years 7-12.

Previous experience teaching the IB Diploma is highly advantageous. 

Applications must contain a cover letter addressed to the College Principal, Ms Paulina Skerman, outlining relevant experience, a Curriculum Vitae and a completed College employment application form. Completed applications are to be emailed to recruitment@ssc.nsw.edu.au. For further information, please contact Ann McGovern, Director of People,Culture and Professional Learning on (02) 9745 7025. 

Applications close: 4pm Friday 3 December 2021.

The College is committed to the National Principles for Child Safe Organisations. The successful applicant will be required to have a current Working with Children Check and be committed to our Child Protection Policy.

_Head of Department (7-12) Role Description 2021

Early Childhood Educator – Diploma Qualified (Temporary part-time) 2022

Early Childhood Educator 

Commencing: 17 January 2022 

Concluding: 16 December 2022

The College is seeking applications for an early childhood casual educator to work in our Long Day Care Centre (Mary Bailey House). 

The successful applicants will have the following essential skills and experience:

  • Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care or equivalent
  • sound understanding of the National Quality Framework
  • experience with Assessment and Rating
  • the capacity to be a Responsible Person
  • demonstrated ability to work within a team
  • effective written and oral communication skills
  • computer literacy
  • a commitment to professional development
  • a current working with children check(WWCC)

    Applications must contain a cover letter addressed to the College Principal, Ms Paulina Skerman, outlining relevant experience, a Curriculum Vitae and a completed College employment application form. Completed applications are to be emailed to recruitment@ssc.nsw.edu.au. For further information, please contact Ann McGovern, Director of People,Culture and Professional Learning on (02) 9745 7025. 

    Applications close: 4pm Thursday 9 December 2021.

Child Care Educators / OOSH Educators (casual) 2022

Child Care Educators 

(Casuals – ongoing )

Commencing: 17 January 2022 – 16 December 2022

The College is seeking applications for casual educators to work in our Long Day Care Centre (Mary Bailey House) and Out of School Hours Care Service (OOSH). The successful applicants will have the following essential skills and experience:

  • Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care for child care educators
  • experience working with children
  • demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with others 
  • a current working with children check(WWCC)

Applications must contain a cover letter addressed to the College Principal, Ms Paulina Skerman, outlining relevant experience, a Curriculum Vitae and a completed College employment application form. Completed applications are to be emailed to recruitment@ssc.nsw.edu.au. For further information, please contact Ann McGovern, Director of People,Culture and Professional Learning on (02) 9745 7025. 

Applications close: 4pm Thursday 9 December 2021.

 

Outdoor Education Instructors – Tallong Campus – Ongoing

Santa Sabina College Tallong Campus is seeking Cert III / Cert IV qualified outdoor education instructors for upcoming programs. The Tallong Campus is the Outdoor Education and Retreat Centre for Santa Sabina College Sydney. The programs that are run from Tallong are primarily centre based with overnight hikes / campouts which are run entirely on the schools 97 hectare site. If you are interested in working at our Tallong Campus please contact People and Culture at recruitment@ssc.nsw.edu.au or by calling on (02) 9745 7037.

Casual Teachers (Primary/Secondary) – Ongoing

Santa Sabina College is accepting Expressions of Interest for Casual Primary and Secondary School Teachers for 2021.
Employment Application Form – Casual Teaching

The College will acknowledgement of receipt of all applications. If your application is accepted for the next stage, you will be invited to attend an interview. Please note that applications from agencies will not be considered at this time.

 


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