Employment

The King’s College has become known for its culture of safety, care, positivity, and strong Christian ethos. Despite the incredible growth we’re experiencing, two things never change: First and foremost – we are a Christian school that values the sense of family and solidarity amongst the staff. The King’s College is a school that does not just empathise with or accommodate Christian traditions but is vitally driven by the principles in the Word of God and genuine faith in His leading and empowering. Our staff are encouraged to daily partner together in supporting students in their spiritual journey as we develop their highest potential.

Our staff are expected to:

  1. Exhibit a lifestyle that reflects evident Christian discipleship and biblical values
  2. Enthusiastically support, safeguard and champion the Christian ethos of the College
  3. Be a contributing member of the wider Christian community in some manner
  4. Commit to ongoing performance-based improvement and professional development
 

Current positions

Kindergarten Teacher FTE 1.0

The King’s College is a Pre-kindergarten to Year 12 coeducational school with a current enrolment of 630 students, situated in Wellard in the southern corridor of the metropolitan area. The College is a ministry of The King’s Chapel and has been offering quality education in the area for over 34 years.

The College’s vision is to provide a Christian education and train its students to “be exceptional”. Students need to believe they can improve and are not locked into certain levels of achievement. This requires a growth mindset from students that is supported by their teachers.

The King’s College is committed to ensuring child safety in every aspect of College life. The enrolment policy is one of inclusion and this is reflected in the numbers of students from culturally diverse backgrounds including Aboriginal children and those with a disability.

About this role

Applicants are sought from qualified and experienced individuals with a demonstrated commitment to a Christian and Biblical worldview. As such, a reference is required from a pastor or minister.

Skills and Experience

The successful applicant must:

  1. Adhere to the ‘Staff Code of Conduct‘, ‘Child Safe Policy‘ and ‘Statement of Affirmation of Faith’.
  2. Promote the College in the community and surrounding districts.
  3. Demonstrate excellence in teaching and learning.
  4. Maintain high curriculum and assessment standards.
  5. Develop healthy relationships of mutual respect with students, parents and colleagues.
  6. Demonstrate highly developed communication skills, including effective communication with parents and support professionals.
  7. Focus on creating a supportive, inclusive learning environment.

Click here for the Job Description Kindergarten Teacher

CLOSING DATE: 10 October 2022

Relief Teaching / Education Assistant Pool

Expressions of Interest – Relief Teaching / Education Assistant Pool

The King’s College is a Pre-kindergarten to Year 12 coeducational school with a current enrolment of 630 students, situated in Wellard in the southern corridor of the metropolitan area. The College is a ministry of The King’s Chapel and has been offering quality education in the area for over 34 years.

The College’s vision is to provide a Christian education and train its students to “be exceptional”. Students need to believe they can improve and are not locked into certain levels of achievement. This requires a growth mindset from students that is supported by their teachers.

The King’s College is committed to ensuring child safety in every aspect of College life. The enrolment policy is one of inclusion and this is reflected in the numbers of students from culturally diverse backgrounds including Aboriginal children and those with a disability.

About this role

Applicants are sought from qualified and experienced individuals with a demonstrated commitment to a Christian and Biblical worldview. As such, a reference is required from a pastor or minister.

Skills and Experience

The successful applicant must:

  1. Adhere to the ‘Staff Code of Conduct‘, ‘Child Safe Policy‘ and ‘Statement of Affirmation of Faith’.
  2. Promote the College in the community and surrounding districts.
  3. Demonstrate excellence in teaching and learning.
  4. Maintain high curriculum and assessment standards.
  5. Develop healthy relationships of mutual respect with students, parents and colleagues.
  6. Demonstrate highly developed communication skills, including effective communication with parents and support professionals.
  7. Focus on creating a supportive, inclusive learning environment.

How to Apply

If you think you are the right candidate for the above advertised positions, please click on the ‘Apply Now’ button below.

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