We believe that our teachers are one of our greatest assets. We are very proud of our staff and recognise that they work enthusiastically to produce outstanding outcomes for their students.
Our staff enjoy a warm, supportive and professional work environment. In return, we provide on-going professional development programs so that staff can continually build on their already high level of expertise.
Fintona Girls' School is committed to the safety and wellbeing of its students and has a zero tolerance of child abuse. All applicants, if successful, will be expected to adhere to the School’s policies and procedures, including the Child Safety Code of Conduct. In addition, all applicants will undergo appropriate reference and background checks and must be either VIT registered (teachers) or hold a current Working with Children Check card.
Applications for employment should include a one page cover letter addressed to the Principal and a CV that includes three professional referees. Applications are to be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by the closing dated noted.
The English Co-ordinator, as a member of the Curriculum Leadership team, leads, develops and promotes the academic English program of Fintona Girls School. In collaboration with others, the English Co-ordinator develops a vision of excellence that inspires the highest quality education. The role has overall responsibility for the leadership and management of the English Faculty across Middle School and Senior School ensuring high teaching standards. The English Co-ordinator oversees classroom staff who contribute to a rich and diverse English curriculum. Position Description.
This is a part time (0.4 FTE) teaching position with the primary role to provide the highest quality mathematics teaching which accords with modern practices, Federal and State government directives, the Fintona ethos and the expectations of the community. Teachers in the Mathematics Faculty teach across levels from Year 5 to Year 12 and all members of staff at Fintona Girls’ School are integral to the pastoral care and personal development of our students. Position Description.
Instrumental – Strings – Teacher
This is a casual position as a specialist strings teacher in the Music Faculty. The primary role is to provide instrumental tutoring in Strings to students across the Junior and Senior campuses, including involvement in the Year 2 Strings Program. The role also entails supporting and promoting the musical life of the School. Position Description.
Closing date for applications is Sunday 21 October 2018.