Graduate Primary Teacher

Heathdale Christian College

Applications Close: 9 Dec 2022

Commencement Date: 16 Jan 2023


We have an exciting opportunity at our Werribee Campus’ commencing January 2023, for a Graduate Primary Classroom Teacher.

Teaching positions are integral to the College and those who are successful in the role will ensure that the core values of the College are upheld and pursue the purpose of providing a Christ-centered education to students.

Benefits of working with us:

  • Work in a Christian and caring work environment
  • The College commences the start of each school year with a Spiritual Enrichment Day for all staff to receive encouragement and vision for the year ahead
  • Each morning is commenced with Staff Devotion (with key daily updates)
  • The College holds two professional development weeks throughout the year in which training and support are provided to staff
  • A buddy system established to assist graduate teachers and all new starters at the College
  • On-staff Pastoral Care Team
  • Prayer Partners are allocated each year for staff

To be successful in a position, we are seeking a teacher who has:

  • An innovative mindset and a strong ability to teach Primary students as required
  • Applicants are committed to Christian Education, to the Christian and College Ethos, and are committed to the College’s Foundation Statements
  • The ability to create a positive student culture for deep learning and teaching
  • An opportunity to grow and develop professionally with the College
  • A minimum Degree in Primary Education
  • Strong verbal and written communication skillset
  • An ability to work autonomously and as part of a team

Positions Close: Friday 9th December at 4pm

How to Apply

If you have the relevant skills, abilities and qualifications, please click on the Apply button now to submit your application. A detailed position description is located below, and if you have any further questions, please contact People & Development via email [email protected]

The College has a zero tolerance of child abuse. We have established a series of Policies, Procedures and a Code of Conduct for all employees, volunteers and contractors working with our students. This is aimed to protect children from abuse and embed a culture of child safety in the school environment.

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