Overview

Trinity Anglican College

ABOUT US 

Trinity Anglican College is a co-educational school with 1310 students from Kindergarten to Year 12.  
We are the largest independent regional school in NSW and a proud member of the Anglican Schools Commission. The College has earned a reputation as the ‘school of choice’ in this region because we believe every child has the right to an engaging and joyful school experience.  

Trinity is an inclusive, faith-based community school in the Anglican tradition that values the uniqueness of every child and community member.   

Trinity has a dynamic and dedicated staff team. We believe in a collaborative staff culture and staff engagement, playing to people’s strengths and providing opportunities for development and growth.  

THE ROLE 

Teachers are responsible for providing quality content and continuity of learning experiences for students; the delivery of best quality programs, teaching and learning activities and the achievement of student outcomes for all students within the subject area.  

All academic staff are appointed by and act under the direction of the Principal. As a member of the academic staff, teachers at Trinity Anglican College are committed to the College’s educational mission and report directly to the Head of Department and other senior staff with respect to particular programs and learning needs for students at each level.  

RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES 

The key responsibilities of the role include (but are not limited to):  

  • Commitment to the Anglican ethos of the College.  
  • Demonstrate passion and commitment to the vision and mission of Trinity Anglican College — a member school of the Anglican Schools Commission. 
  • Comply with all Child Protection Legislation.  
  • Comply with the College Code of Conduct.  
  • Positively promoting the College, both within the School and in the wider community  
  • Maintaining confidentiality about students, staff and College business  
  • Responding promptly to parent or student concerns  
  • Supporting the College co-curricular activities, House competitions and cultural programs, as appropriate  
  • Participating in co-curricular activities including camps, excursions and retreats as required  
  • Fulfilling all duties as determined by the Principal 

QUALIFICATIONS 

  • A recognised teaching qualification with a specialisation in Mathematics  
  • Current NESA Accreditation or ability to obtain accreditation (if applying from interstate). 
  • Current WWCC 
  • Current First Aid certificate 

EXPERIENCE 

  • Teaching experience with a specialisation in Mathematics.  
  • Experience teaching to a wide variety of year groups, including Stage 6.  
  • Experience in a faith-based school setting and a willingness to support and contribute to the Anglican ethos and values of Trinity Anglican College. 
  • Attendance at appropriate professional development activities relating to teaching. 
  • Experience and knowledge of current practices in Mathematics education and trends. 
  • Awareness of NESA syllabus documents 

SKILLS 

  • Exceptional communication skills both written and verbal, strong interpersonal skills and experience in maintaining cooperative partnerships within the organisation  
  • Advanced computer literacy and extensive experience with Microsoft Office products  
  • Skilled in negotiating conflicting interests to ensure a positive outcome 
  • Be a team player with experience working within a team and independently 
  • Well-organised and committed 
  • Creative and energetic 
  • High order critical thinking, analytical and problem-solving skills and the ability to develop innovative solutions 
  • Ability to prioritise workload and meet deadlines 
  • A willingness to do what it takes to get the job done, coupled with a flexible approach and pleasant manner 

KEY SELECTION CRITERIA  

The Key Selection Criteria which will be used to select the successful candidate and must be addressed in the application are: 

  • Understanding of and demonstrated commitment to the Christian philosophy and ethos of education  
  • Demonstrated ability to safeguarding and protecting the safety, welfare and wellbeing of children and young people 
  • Qualifications and experience in teaching Secondary Mathematics (Stage 6 advantageous)  
  • Demonstrated ability to plan, implement and review academic programs  
  • Demonstrated commitment to investing in your own professional learning in current research about pedagogy, curriculum and student learning.  
  • Demonstrated ability to work positively with staff and parents of the College to resolve student issues. 

REMUNERATION 

Terms and Conditions of employment will be in accordance with the ‘Anglican Schools Commission Inc. NSW Enterprise Agreement 2023. Remuneration will be determined by the Principal according to qualifications and experience. 

STATEMENT OF COMMITMENT TO CHILD SAFETY 

Trinity Anglican College is committed to being a Child Safe organisation. The College has zero tolerance for child abuse and is committed to acting in children’s best interests and keeping them safe from harm. Trinity Anglican College regards its child protection responsibilities with the utmost importance and, as such, is committed to providing the necessary resources to ensure compliance with all relevant child protection laws and regulations to maintain a child safe culture. 

HOW TO APPLY

Visit our website to learn more about the College and to view the full Position Description https://www.trinityac.nsw.edu.au/work-with-us/current-opportunities/

Your application must include a CV and cover letter addressing the Key Selection Criteria. These responses should outline how you meet the selection criteria, and each response should be no more than 150 words. 

Applications close Monday 4th March at 5:00pm.