We are seeking an enthusiastic and innovative Science Teacher to teach Stage 4 and Stage 6 Chemistry from 24 January 2022 – Term 1, 2023.
Pymble Ladies’ College is a school of the Uniting Church in Australia for girls Kindergarten to Year 12 with boarding from Year 7. At Pymble, we foster a world-class educational environment with the importance of global citizenship and a worldwide perspective central to our strategic intent.
We believe our staff, both teaching and non-teaching, are our most valuable resource. We are proud to have passionate and dedicated staff who recognise the unique strengths and qualities of every Pymble girl.
The College is seeking an experienced Science Teacher with the ability to teach Stage 6 Chemistry to join our progressive Science Department on a full-time, temporary (maternity leave relief) basis from Term 1, 2022 – Term 1, 2023.
- Be a confident and effective classroom teacher with recent experience in Stage 4 Science and Stage 6 Chemistry
- Have an excellent understanding of the Science curriculum
- Have extensive knowledge of the NESA syllabus requirements and program development
- Be experienced in team teaching and collaborative practice
- Be a positive contributor to a successful department committed to improving educational outcomes
- Be confident in differentiating the curriculum in the classroom
- Have a strong understanding of the application of technology to enhance learning
- Be a reflective professional engaged in ongoing development and research in relation to your practice
- Be committed to supporting student wellbeing.
Candidates must comply with the NSW Teacher Accreditation Act and provide a Working with Children Check.
Pymble Ladies’ College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are committed to creating a workforce which represents the diverse society in which we live. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.
We acknowledge the Durramurragal people as the traditional custodians of the land on which our College is built. We pay respect to elders past, present and future recognising the continuation of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.