Geography Teacher (part-time)
Presbyterian Ladies' College (PLC) Melbourne is a leading ELC-Year 12 Christian independent school for girls offering both the VCE and International Baccalaureate.
PLC has an outstanding academic tradition, an international focus and strong pastoral and co-curricular programs focusing on encouraging leadership, service and life-long personal development and learning.
Opportunity to make your mark in one of Australia’s leading independent girls’ schools.
This is a part-time (0.66 FTE) fixed-term position for the 2023 School Year, teaching across Years 8, 9 and 10.
Start either Term 1 or Term 2 – you choose.
This opportunity would be ideal for a graduate or an experienced teacher seeking some work / life balance. Be part of a team of passionate, highly collaborative staff who are dedicated to making a difference in the lives of young women.
You will be a dynamic and forward-thinking educator, with the ability to teach across Years 8-10 Geography.
You are passionate about your field of teaching, and can confidently guide, develop and nurture our students’ love of learning, whilst also understanding the need for strong classroom practice and the maintenance of high standards amongst our students.
You will represent a positive role model for young women, be able to relate well to students, colleagues and parents, and be committed to the integrity and Christian ethos of the College.
If this sounds like an opportunity of interest, please introduce yourself to us.
All staff must commit to a culture that supports and embraces Child Safe Standards. The successful applicant will be required to hold and maintain a valid Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT) registration.
Download the complete position description here: Geography Teacher
How to Apply
- Download and complete the Application for Employment
- Prepare a comprehensive letter outlining your suitability for the role, as well as your resume and university transcripts
- Email all of these documents to the Principal at email@example.com by 9am, Monday 6 February 2023