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Mathematics Teacher – Salesian College Chadstone (VIC)

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  • Post Date : 10 March 2023
  • Apply Before : 26 March 2023
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Job Description

Full-time Contract with possibility of Ongoing.

Commencing Term 2 2023.

The College is seeking applications for a Mathematics Teaching position from practitioners who:

  • Are invested in facilitating the development of all aspects of our students
  • Work collaboratively and collegially
  • Are committed to improving pedagogy
  • Utilise data, feedback and reflective practices to lead innovation and solve problems

Teaching Subject

  • Mathematics (Year 10 and possibility of VCE)


A dynamic, joy-filled Catholic learning community, Salesian College inspires all boys to strive for excellence in the spirit of Don Bosco.


Salesian College Chadstone is a Catholic School for boys in the Salesian tradition. We welcome all boys and their families, celebrate diversity and promote relationships built on mutual respect. All in the community are treated as valued partners in laying the foundation for life-long learning. We celebrate the achievements of all within an environment of joy and optimism.

Salesian College Chadstone is committed to building a caring community which:

  • Ensures that a Catholic and Salesian ethos underpins all aspects of College life within an atmosphere of respect for all
  • Promotes initiative, a spirit of enquiry and a desire to strive for academic excellence through innovative and supportive teaching
  • Provides students and staff with every opportunity to develop all aspects of each individual
  • Practises wise governance, strategic leadership and fair processes; and
  • Works in partnership with parents, families, past pupils, parishes, educational and ecclesiastical institutions and other civic agencies.


  • Integrity
  • Respect
  • Belonging
  • Joy
  • Dynamism

Salesian College is a Child Safe School in accordance with Ministerial Order 1359

Salesian College provides employees, volunteers and clergy with regular and appropriate opportunities to develop their knowledge of, openness to and ability to address child safety matters. This includes induction, ongoing training and professional learning in accordance with Ministerial Order 1359 to ensure that everyone understands and is compliant in their professional and legal obligations and responsibilities, and the procedures for reporting suspicion of child abuse and neglect.


The Classroom Teacher is responsible for creating a safe, positive and disciplined learning environment:

  • in the classroom
  • in co-curricular activities
  • in interacting informally with student

This position requires all teachers to:

  • have a high level of knowledge of contemporary learning for the 21st
  • be able to transform pedagogy to ensure that all teachers can maximise
    student learning and adopt a repertoire of techniques appropriate to
    the needs of each individual learner
  • be able to assist the College leadership in creating optimum learning environments within the College
  • demonstrate a deep understanding of the learner of the 21st century
  • have a deep professional knowledge, an evident enthusiasm for their work
    and a strong belief that all students can learn

Key Selection Criteria

The Successful applicant will demonstrate evidence of:

  1. A capacity to understand and animate Catholic identity, Salesian charism and College values in all aspects of College life.
  2. A commitment to Child Safety and the welfare of young people and a strong knowledge and understanding of Child Safety legislation and responsibilities.
  3. Knowing students and how they learn.
  4. Knowing the curriculum content and how to teach it.
  5. Planning for and implementing effective teaching and learning.
  6. Creating and maintaining supportive and safe learning environments.
  7. Assessing and providing feedback and reporting on student learning.
  8. Engaging in professional learning.
  9. Engaging professionally with colleagues, parents/carers and the community.

Applicants should submit:

  • A covering letter of no more than one page outlining why the application is being made.
  • Curriculum Vitae.
  • Response to the Selection Criteria (responses to the criteria
    should not exceed two A4 pages).
  • The names and contact details of two relevant referees.

Please note, applications will not be accepted if all requirements are not submitted.

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