The successful applicants will
be supported in their role by a strong academic and administrative team at our
Sydney Central Office.
- Qualifications and teaching experience in History
- Ability to engage 21st century learners in critical and creative
thinking practices and SDL
- Demonstrated capacity to initiate improvement in teaching,
learning and classroom practice
- Demonstrated capacity in leading syllabus implementation with
targeted teaching based on student evidence and achievement data
- Demonstrated ability to lead the use of innovative technology
in learning and build capacity of teachers in using technology for
communication and classroom practice
- Educational leadership skills to build capacity and manage the
performance of individuals and teams
- Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills with the
capacity to build relationships in a multi-campus school and engage students,
staff and parents
- Knowledge of curriculum, assessment and student well-being with
the ability to lead and design quality, inclusive teaching and learning
programs in line with the NESA requirements
- Remain current with NESA communication and updates to curriculum
will need to submit the following details with their CV:
- Covering Letter
- Details of appropriate academic and professional qualifications,
including institutions and dates, including NSWIT details.
- A comprehensive CV.
- Names and contact details of two current professional referees who
may be approached in confidence. One of which must be your current employer.
- In accordance with new Child Protection legislation, all people
seeking child- related employment are required to have a WWCC Clearance number
prior to employment. Please see www.newcheck.kids.nsw.gov.au for further
more information, please contact Neha Haribhai (HR Operations Partner)
via email@example.com. Applications
can also be sent to Neha Haribhai.
MET is part of the OneSchool