Secondary Teachers for 2023 - Dalby Christian College and Whitsunday Christian College
Full Time (remuneration range $76,832 to $121,334, plus Superannuation)
Applications Closing Date
Applications are invited from suitably qualified Secondary Teachers for employment opportunities commencing January 2023 at the following CCM Colleges. Positions are available on a full time basis.
Dalby Christian College, Mary Street, Dalby QLD 4405, Australia
Whitsunday Christian College, Paluma Road, Cannonvale QLD 4802, Australia
Expressions of interested may be considered for future vacancies at other CCM Colleges in Queensland:
Groves Christian College, Laughlin Street, Kingston QLD 4114, Australia
Livingstone Christian College, Reedmans Road, Ormeau QLD 4208, Australia
Staines Memorial College, School Road, Redbank Plains QLD 4301, Australia
Warwick Christian College, Horsman Road, Warwick QLD 4370, Australia
Chinchilla Christian College, Oak Street, Chinchilla QLD 4413, Australia
Endeavour Christian College, Charles Street, Cooktown QLD 4895, Australia
About the Role
Teachers are appointed by the College Principal in consultation with the College leadership team. Each appointee is responsible to the Principal, typically through the Head of Secondary or another member of the leadership team.
Teaching is undertaken from a Christian worldview across a range of subjects as per the prescribed secondary school curriculum. As a Secondary Teacher, you will promote the social, emotional, intellectual and physical development of students whilst also supporting them to meet defined educational goals.
Specific responsibilities include:
Teaching duties in Secondary Years (year levels Year 7 to Year 12).
Plan, record and implement effective lesson plans, and provide professional input on educational content and standards.
Ascertain students needs to ensure content and delivery of the curriculum is effective and appropriate and individual education plans (IEP) and education support plans (ESP) goals are met.
Assess and evaluate students’ progress in written and oral work and provide regular feedback to parents / guardians through formal and informal reporting and parent-teacher interview forums.
Engage in student behaviour management policies and practices established at the College.
Participate in student supervision duties, and extra-curricular activities such as excursions, sports and College and community events.
Participate in (and at times lead) staff devotions, attend staff meetings and professional development activities.
Competent use of technology for development of lesson planning, teaching, student assessment and administrative functions.
Comply with, and reinforce health and safety policy and procedures within the workplace, and engage in mandatory training as directed.
Various combinations of teaching areas will be available (may vary between Colleges), noting in particular the following subjects: English, Mathematics (Essential, General, Methods or Specialist), Science (Chemistry, Biology), Physical Education, Design Technology and Industrial Skills, Home Economics, Visual Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.
Conditions of employment for teaching staff are contained in the CCM Schools Enterprise Agreement 2020. Annual remuneration for teachers, subject to employment location and recognised prior teaching experience, is in the range $76,832 to $121,334 (January 2023 rates, not including employer superannuation).
Requirements and How to Apply
Suitable applicants must be a person of Christian faith and integrity, actively involved in a local Christian church and able to align with the Statement of Faith, values and ethos of CCM and the College.
Applicants need to have:
a relevant tertiary qualification at Degree level or higher.
current registration with the Queensland College of Teachers (or be eligible for and able to obtain registration).
a satisfactory outcome from mandatory screening requirements around suitability to work with children.
capacity to attain and develop professional skills consistent with AITSL Professional Standards.
All applicants must be:
an Australian citizen; or
a permanent resident; or
a holder of an appropriate permit (visa) to work in Australia.
A non-citizen applicant, currently residing in Australia or overseas, must have capacity to fulfil Australian Government visa and entry requirements in order to be considered for employment.
Applicants must complete the Teaching Staff Application Form (available on request via link below) and then submit that application form together with a covering letter, resume or CV and supporting documentation (refer list below).
To apply, please forward the following documents to the HR Manager via email to email@example.com.
Concise resume or curriculum vitae
academic transcript and copy of qualifications
copy of birth certificate or passport identification page
evidence of teacher registration from Queensland College of Teachers (or local teacher accreditation / registration authority if not currently registered in Queensland)
if not an Australian citizen - additional visa-related documents as listed below
Statements of Service from current and previous employers (for confirmation and recognition of prior teaching experience)
An applicant who is not an Australian citizen must include scanned copies of the following additional visa-related documents with their application:
If currently residing in Australia -
confirmation of current visa from Department of Home Affairs VEVO system
copy of passport identification page and confirmation of current visa for all dependent family members
If currently residing overseas (outside Australia) -
English language test results
Migration Skills Assessment
COVID-19 vaccination certificate
copy of passport identification page for all dependent family members
Applicants shortlisted for interview will be contacted via email and telephone.
Interviews may take place before the closing date - early applications are encouraged.