Employment Positions at Scoresby Secondary College

Scoresby Secondary College advertises positions available on the Department of Education and Training Employment’s Recruitment Online.
Detailed Position Descriptions for positions advertised on Recruitment Online can be accessed via http://www.education.vic.gov.au/schooljobs. All applications must address the Key Selection Criteria found in the relevant Position Description.
 Currently the college is advertising for the following position:
Leading Teacher – Head of Curriculum and Pedagogy

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Scoresby Secondary College Profile

Scoresby Secondary College is located in Knox with an enrolment around 300, which is expected to rise significantly over the next few years. The College serves the communities of Scoresby, Knoxfield, Ferntree Gully and the surrounding suburbs of Rowville, Lysterfield, Wantirna South and Boronia. The College is structured around two sub schools with each sub school established to meet the age specific needs for the different stages of their journey from early adolescence into adulthood. Junior School (Years 7, 8, 9) Senior School (Years 10,11, 12).  A strong Code of Conduct provides for a safe and orderly environment.  The College sets high expectations and promotes active participation in learning with a belief that all students can develop and achieve success across a range of curricular and co-curricular activities.  It is the setting of high expectations that the College believes empowers students to aim for their personal best and take on responsibility for their own behavior and learning. Students study a core program of English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities, French, Physical Education, Arts, Music, and Technology in the Junior School with a range of opportunities for specialisation in the Senior School.  The extra-curricular program includes an exceptional voice and instrumental program, performing arts production, camps and overseas sister school, student leadership opportunities and sport. The College boasts a mix of traditional and purposeful teaching and learning facilities, a Senior School Study Centre, Resource Centre, extensive playing fields, including a four court synthetic surface, gymnasium, landscaped grounds and computer and ICT facilities throughout. The College prides itself on the establishment of partnerships with business, industry and tertiary education providers, providing authentic learning experiences for student learning and greater opportunities for student pathways and transitions. The majority of the College’s graduates are successful in obtaining places in university and TAFE after completing Year 12.