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A professional opportunity on the coast.

Fraser Coast Anglican College is a highly respected, K-12 co-educational day school situated in the beautiful coastal city of Hervey Bay. The College has developed a fine reputation for academic and personal development and is set in a tranquil 52 acres of bushland environment. The College provides a broad range of subjects and many of our students go onto study at tertiary institutions.

The College is a leader in providing technology to support the curriculum. A range of technologies are employed by staff and students across the campus. Our Learning Management System (LMS) is an integrated platform that learning is delivered to our Year 7-12 students. Our staff are key drivers in the research and use of technologies in the classroom with interactive whiteboards in every classroom.

A vast array of activities is offered outside the academic curriculum. The College operates a House system which creates our intra-school program as well as participating in a range of inter-school and club sports through the College’s Fraser Flames. Students also participate in an Outdoor Education program.  The College has gained recognition in music, debating, drama and the arts. The College has an exciting music program which attracts students of all ages from Prep to Year 12.

The College’s motto is Body, Mind and Spirit which forms the key to the education that Fraser Coast Anglican College offers through a holistic education framework. Hervey Bay is located in one of Queensland’s fastest growing regions and offers a safe and relaxed lifestyle. The College is an equal opportunity employer.

Fraser Coast Anglican College is committed to promoting child safety, children’s well-being and protecting children from abuse. All roles advertised must comply with the College’s child safety policies and related policies and procedures (including the Code of Conduct), upholding the overarching principles and values set out, conducting themselves in accordance with the commitments to take all reasonable steps to promote the safety of children.

Fraser Coast Anglican College has a well-documented record of consistently achieving outstanding academic outcomes for its students.

About Fraser Coast Anglican College

Fraser Coast Anglican College is a K-12 College located in the City of Hervey Bay. The College is a member of the Anglican Schools network of South East Queensland and has a well-documented record of consistently achieving outstanding academic and personal development outcomes for its students.

The following opportunity is available at the College:

Head of Department – Science
Permanent position commencing in 2022

About the role

We are looking for an inspirational educational leader who can enact their vision and passion for teaching Science within our College community. Our students value educators who demonstrate an ability to build positive relationships and deliver engaging programs to all learners.  This is an exciting leadership appointment that works in close consultation and collegiality with members of the Senior and Executive Leadership Teams. 

Duties

  • Provide effective leadership to the Science Department to develop engaging programs and co-curricular activities that will foster a love of Science in our students.
  • Teaching of Years 7-12 classes.
  • Contributing to the wider leadership of the College to support and enact the College’s strategic teaching and learning priorities.

At FCAC, we recognise that not all learning happens within the classroom, with all teachers participating in our extra-curricular program. 

Skills and experience required

  • The ability to teach ATAR / Senior level in at least one of the following subject areas: Chemistry, Biology, Physics or Psychology.
  • Classroom experience reflective of a skilled educator with a record of helping students of all abilities achieve their best through a range of pedagogical approaches.
  • Experience in successfully leading teams and/or projects.
  • Excellent communication, team building and organisational skills.
  • Experience working with the QLD Senior Syllabus is desired but not essential.

To view the role statement for Head of Department – Science, please click here: Head of Department – Science

Please apply by 9am on Monday, 27 September through Seek Employment – addressing our screening questions; including a covering letter (2 pages maximum), a brief statement on how you would expect to deliver the requirements outlined in the Role Statement (2 pages maximum), a Curriculum Vitae and the names and contact details of three current (3) referees.

Head of Department – Humanities
Permanent position commencing in 2022

About the role

We are looking for an inspirational educational leader who can enact their vision and passion for teaching the humanities within our College community. Our students value educators who demonstrate an ability to build positive relationships and deliver engaging programs to all learners.  This is an exciting leadership appointment that works in close consultation and collegiality with members of the Senior and Executive Leadership Teams.

Duties

  • Provide effective leadership to the Humanities Department to develop engaging programs and co-curricular activities that will foster a love of the humanities in our students.
  • Teaching of Years 7-12 classes.
  • Contributing to the wider leadership of the College to support and enact the College’s strategic teaching and learning priorities.

At FCAC, we recognise that not all learning happens within the classroom, with all teachers participating in our extra-curricular program.

Skills and experience required

  • The ability to teach ATAR / Senior level in at least one area of the Humanities.
  • Classroom experience reflective of a skilled educator with a record of helping students of all abilities achieve their best through a range of pedagogical approaches.
  • Experience in successfully leading teams and/or projects.
  • Excellent communication, team building and organisational skills.
  • Experience working with the QLD Senior Syllabus is desired but not essential.

To view the role statement for Head of Department – Humanities, please click here: Head of Department (General)- updated 13 09 2021

Please apply by 9am on 11 October through Seek Employment – addressing our screening questions; including a covering letter (2 pages maximum), a brief statement on how you would expect to deliver the requirements outlined in the Role Statement (2 pages maximum), a Curriculum Vitae and the names and contact details of three current (3) referees.

Design Technology Teacher
Contract position commencing in 2022

About the role

We are seeking an innovative educator who can share their passion for Design Technology with our enthusiastic Secondary School students. Our students display an interest in practical Design Technology projects and they value educators who demonstrate an ability to build positive relationships, deliver differentiated programs and employ a variety of engaging methods to effectively communicate their understanding of concepts to all learners.

Duties

You will create a learning environment in which students feel safe to take intellectual risks, feel comfortable to seek assistance and will be encouraged to perform to the best of their abilities. As a Design Technology Teacher you will:

  • Apply an understanding of the Australian Curriculum and selected QCAA Secondary Courses.
  • Provide engaging learning experiences that encourage students to think creatively and design innovative solutions to design problems.
  • Teach allocated classes in the Secondary School, with opportunity to be involved in our successful EDGE program;
  • Fulfil the accountabilities, organisational and pastoral expectations and duties as represented in the College Role Statement of Teacher.

At FCAC, we recognise that not all learning happens within the classroom, with all teachers participating in our extra-curricular program.

Skills and experience required

  • Current Teacher Registration with Queensland College of Teachers is required. 

To view the role statement for Teacher, please click here: Teacher (2020)

How to apply

Please apply by 9am on Monday 11 October, 2021 through Seek Employment; including a cover letter, Curriculum Vitae and the names and contact details of two (2) referees.

French Teacher
Permanent position commencing in 2022

About the role

We are seeking an innovative educator who can share their passion for French with our enthusiastic students. Our students display an interest in languages and they value educators who demonstrate an ability to build positive relationships, deliver differentiated programs and employ a variety of engaging methods to effectively communicate their understanding of concepts to all learners.

Duties

You will create a learning environment in which students feel safe to take intellectual risks, feel comfortable to seek assistance and will be encouraged to perform to the best of their abilities. As a French Teacher you will:

  • Apply a strong understanding of the Australian Curriculum (Languages) and QCAA Senior Secondary French Courses;
  • Provide engaging learning experiences that encourage students to develop their understanding of French culture and language.
  • Teach allocated classes in the Secondary School, with opportunity to be involved in our successful EDGE program;
  • Fulfil the accountabilities, organisational and pastoral expectations and duties as represented in the College Role Statement of Teacher.

At FCAC, we recognise that not all learning happens within the classroom, with all teachers participating in our extra-curricular program.

Skills and experience required

  • Current Teacher Registration with Queensland College of Teachers is required.
  • An ability to teach a second subject area will be beneficial.

To view the role statement for Teacher, please click here: Teacher (2020)

How to apply

Please apply by 9am on Monday, 11 October 2021 through Seek Employment; including a cover letter, Curriculum Vitae and the names and contact details of two (2) referees.

Secondary English or Humanities Teacher
Permanent position commencing in 2022

About the role

We are looking for an innovative educator who can share their passion for English or Humanities with our enthusiastic Secondary School students. Our students display an interest in developing their communication skills and they value educators who demonstrate an ability to build positive relationships, deliver differentiated programs and employ a variety of engaging methods to effectively communicate their understanding of concepts to all learners.

Duties

You will create a learning environment in which students feel safe to take intellectual risks, feel comfortable to seek assistance and will be encouraged to perform to the best of their abilities. As a Secondary English Teacher you will:

  • Apply a strong understanding of the Australian Curriculum and QCAA Secondary Courses including the ability to teach English or an area of the Humanities.
  • Provide engaging learning experiences that encourage students to think creatively and critically.
  • Teach allocated classes in the Secondary School, with opportunity to be involved in our successful EDGE program.
  • The ability to teach a second subject area would be desirable but is not essential in applying for this position.

At FCAC, we recognise that not all learning happens within the classroom, with all teachers participating in our extra-curricular program.

Skills and experience required

  • Current Teacher Registration with Queensland College of Teachers is required.
  • An ability to teach a second subject area may be beneficial (but not essential).

To view the role statement for Teacher, please click here: Teacher (2020)

How to apply

Please apply by 4pm on Thursday, 14 October 2021 through Seek Employment; including a cover letter, Curriculum Vitae and the names and contact details of two (2) referees.

ROOS Care Lead Educator

  • Outside School Hours Care
  • Part-Time permanent

About our OSHC and the role

ROOS Care (Outside School Hours Care) at the College has received “Exceeding National Standards” assessment and rating for our educational programs and facilities, providing the highest quality care to the community. The College offers before and after school care and a fun-filled vacation care program. The Service uses the “My time, our place (MTOP)” framework for the school aged care in Australia.

Duties

We are seeking to appoint an experienced and well-organised educator to work in the role of ROOS Care Lead Educator.

This position is for someone who enjoys working with 5 to 12 year old’s in a busy and fast-paced environment, providing high quality education and care, and building relationships with staff, children and families.

Skills and experience required

  • Experience in an outside of school hours care service is desirable and with managing staff, maintaining and documenting the program and ensuring a safe, clean working and learning environment for all;
  • Demonstrating enthusiasm, patience, and commitment to high quality education;
  • The ability to implement a fantastic and inclusive program;
  • Possessing an appropriate qualification that meets approval under the National Quality Framework, or is approved by ACEQA;
  • Possessing a Senior First Aide Certificate and Resuscitation Certificate;
  • Anaphylaxis Training (preferred);
  • Possession of a current Paid Blue Card is mandatory.

To view the role statement for ROOS Care Lead Educator, please click here: ROOS Care Lead Educator 2021

How to apply

Please apply by 12pm on Monday, 4 October 2021 through Seek Employment; including a cover letter, Curriculum Vitae and the names and contact details of two (2) referees.

About our Culture and the College Workplace

Staff at FCAC are caring and dedicated people who value relationships, insist on high standards and are supportive of the aims and ethos of an Anglican School. 

Benefits

  • Leadership opportunity in a leading K-12 institution.
  • Salary sacrificing
  • Queensland Anglican Schools Enterprise Agreement 2018

Fraser Coast Anglican College is an equal opportunity employer and a child safe organisation.

A Code of Conduct is in place for staff working at Fraser Coast Anglican College. The College link to the Anglican Schools Code of Conduct can be found by visiting this link: 20190509__Code_of_Conduct__PDF_Version (1)

*Important information for non-teaching vacancy applicants:  Employment seekers wishing to work with children in paid non-teaching appointments must hold a current Paid Blue Card to be able to commence work. FCAC reserves the right to censor applications accordingly to comply with Queensland legislation, while also in accord with the Anglican Schools Recruitment Policy and timelines available at the time of processing each of its vacancies.

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PO Box 1150, Hervey Bay, Qld, 4655
Telephone: (07) 4124 5411

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