Employment at Emmanuel College

Emmanuel College is an enthusiastic community of educators and support staff.

Our whole purpose is to nurture and eventually to graduate young people who will fulfil our description of the Ideal Emmanuel Graduate:
A compassionate human being, unafraid to be, competent and willing to navigate life using their moral compass to make wise and just choices; a strategic participant in a global setting, a person of faith and integrity, aware of an eternal destiny.

Staff at Emmanuel College are treated as professionals, and given opportunity to innovate and to develop themselves. Our staff work on specific principles that guide each of us in our own professional standards and daily practice.

We are committed to the principle of being a multi-denominational Christian school. In practice this means:
  • we hold no distinction between Catholic and Protestant;
  • we are committed to the Christian Scriptures as our guide and foundation;
  • we are committed to the necessity of placing Jesus Christ at the centre of our school.

All staff, teaching and non-teaching, are invited to participate in co-curricular events which might include mission trips or student camps, and so we apply these standards to all staff employment positions.

We currently have an enrolment of around 1,450 students  850 in the Senior School and 600 in the Junior School.


Employment Opportunities 

For further information on the position/s or to apply, please refer to the Application Pack.

 

Head of Information Literacy P - 12

The Head of Information Literacy P - 12 is a new role to be formally introduced in 2015, based in the Library. This position is the teaching interface between the library and teaching staff and is primarily responsible for teaching information literacy skills to staff and students from P - 12.

The ideal applicant will have an in-depth knowledge of information literacy gained through formal study or genuine interest and experience in the field. The ability to work closely with the Director/s of Studies (Junior and Senior Schools), to write work programs and to teach information literacy skills to staff and students from P - 12 is mandatory.

Prior experience in leading a team would be highly regarded, as would familiarity with library operations.

This is a full-time, permanent position commencing Friday 16 January 2015.

Applications close Monday 4 August 2014.

Application Pack - Head of Information Literacy P - 12  


Learning Support Teacher

Due to the growth in the Learning Support area, we are seeking to employ a qualified and experienced part-time Learning Support Teacher to work with Prep - Year 10 students identified as having additional learning needs. This will involve a combination of one on one student support, withdrawal and small group work and the ability to carry out assessment and keep up to date, accurate electronic records.

This position is 4 days per week (0.8 FTE), initially offered on a 12 month contract basis commencing Friday 16 January 2015.

Applications close Monday 4 August 2014.

Application Pack - Learning Support Teacher


Teaching Positions

The following teaching positions are available commencing Friday 16 January 2015:

Junior School

Early Childhood Teacher - Full-time, permanent position.

Upper Primary Teacher - Full-time, pemanent position.

Senior School

English / Humanities - Full-time, 12 month contract.

Maths Teacher - Full-time or part-time depending on timetabling needs, initially for a 12 month period. Applicants must be able to teach Junior Maths and Maths A however the ability to teach Maths B and C and/or Religion and Ethics would be a distinct advantage. This position may be combined with a science position to become a full-time role for the right applicant.

Science Teacher - Full-time or part time depending on timetabling needs, initially for a 12 month period. Applicants must be able to teach Junior Science (Years 7 to 9) and/or Senior Science (Chemistry, Physics or Biology). This position may be combined with a maths position to become a full-time role for the right applicant.

Applications close Monday 4 August 2014.

Application Pack - Teaching Positions 2015


 

Visual and Media Arts Teacher (Junior School)

In response to National Curriculum requirements, a new specialist teaching position focusing on visual art and media art will be introduced to the Junior School commencing 2015.

We are seeking to employ a qualified, IT savvy and creative Arts Teacher to develop, implement and teach visual art and media art from Prep to Year 6. This role will also be responsible to work in partnership with academic staff to embed visual and media art education into the curriculum. The ability to teach drama would be a distinct advantage.

The successful applicant will have a personal portfolio that shows a depth of talent, skill and knowledge of teaching visual and media arts and will have highly developed IT skills.

This is a full-time teaching position, initially offered on a 12 month contract basis, but may lead to a permanent appointment should the implementation be successful.

Applications close Monday 4 August 2014.

Application Pack - Visual & Media Arts Teacher


Standard Applications

Should you wish to lodge your details on file in regard to relief work, please download the appropriate application form below and return to:

Mrs Kimbra Ochsner, HR Officer, Emmanuel College, Locked Bag 5, Nerang, 4211.

The Standard Application Form should be in applicants own handwriting and either delivered or posted to the College - please do not email.

Applications will be kept on file for a maximum of 12 weeks.

Application Form - Teaching Application Form - Teaching (267 KB)

Application Form - Non Teaching Application Form - Non Teaching (243 KB)

Emmanuel College is a co-educational, multi-denominational Christian School with approximately 1,450 students.

We seek to employ staff who have a strong and active Christian lifestyle.