Holy Rosary School Derby is a small single-stream primary school with 145 students from 3 Year old Kindy to Year 6 located in the Kimberley region in Derby, which is a small town 2 hours north east of Broome located on the edge of the amazing King Sound. It is the gateway to the wonders of the Kimberley region and a great base to explore the amazing West Kimberley. The school population has a mix of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal students, with highly skilled Aboriginal Teaching Assistants working in each class. Teaching in the Kimberley is an invaluable experience that will allow you to develop excellent cross-cultural pedagogical skills and feel like you are really making a difference. This position attracts the generous benefits and incentives of the Kimberley Calling program which includes location allowance and financial incentives, fast accrual of long service leave, subsidised housing and all relocation expenses taken care of. Details of the Kimberley calling incentives can be found on the CEWA website.
This is an outstanding opportunity for an educator seeking to commence or expand their leadership experience. Secondment may be considered, subject to approval of the successful applicant’s current principal.
Demonstrate proficiency in the AITSL Lead Teacher Level standards in the domains of Professional Practice, Engagement and Knowledge, with an emphasis on the following:
• Demonstrate an ability to lead initiatives within the school to evaluate and improve knowledge of content and teaching strategies and demonstrate exemplary teaching of subjects using effective, research-based learning and teaching programs;
• Experience in leading and teaching Sacramental programs, preparing liturgies and masses, and excellent knowledge of the RE Curriculum;
• Demonstrate and lead by example the development of inclusive and productive learning environments across the school;
• Ability to lead and evaluate moderation activities that ensure consistent and comparable judgements of student learning to meet SCSA requirements;
• Demonstrated ability to advocate, participate in and lead strategies to support high-quality professional learning opportunities for colleagues that focus on improved student learning;
• Demonstrated ability to initiate, develop and implement relevant policies and processes to support colleagues’ compliance with and understanding of existing and new legislative, administrative, operational and professional responsibilities;
• Demonstrated ability to develop teaching programs that support equitable and ongoing participation of Aboriginal students by engaging in collaborative relationships with community representatives and parents/carers;
Be an active member of the Catholic Church
• Be a committed Catholic leader who demonstrates active Christian witness to Catholic beliefs
• Have completed or have made progress towards completing Accreditation for Leadership
• Have a minimum of seven years relevant educational experience
Desirable: Early Childhood qualification
Please email applications to firstname.lastname@example.org by 15th August.