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  • Date posted

    27 February 2024

  • Closing date

    27 February 2024

  • Hiring location


  • Offered salary

    Negotiable Price

  • Career level

    Average experience

  • Qualification


  • Experience

    3 - 5 Years

  • Quantity

    1 person

  • Gender



Australia jobs Science Teacher 2024

job description Australia jobs Science Teacher 2024

About St Luke’s

Australia jobs Science Teacher, St Luke’s Grammar School is an Independent, Anglican, co-educational school, with two Campuses on Sydney’s Northern Beaches. One Campus is located in Dee Why (Pre-K to Year 12), and a second Campus is located in Bayview (Pre-K to Year 6). St Luke’s has built a reputation as a premier co-educational independent school that achieves outstanding academic and pastoral outcomes for students.

St Luke’s employs over 150 full-time and part-time teachers, supported by teachers’ aides, administrative staff, grounds staff and peripatetic tutors. The School currently has close to 1450 students, with approximately 1200 students at Dee Why and 250 students at Bayview.

Our Strategic Pillars

St Luke’s Strategic Plan includes five strategic pillars:

A flourishing community

Personal best, together

The whole person matters

Passion for service

An eye on the future

Our LEARNING@STLUKE’S Framework underpins the teaching and learning across Cottage to Year 12 by providing a common language of learning and a purposeful focus on character development.

St Luke’s Grammar School is one of eighteen schools that are part of the Anglican Schools Corporation (ASC) network of schools. The ASC works closely with the Principal and School Council to ensure wise oversight and governance of the School and provide support with core services including finance, IT, Compliance and Human Resources.

About the Role

St Luke’s Grammar School is seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and professional Science teacher to a permanent full-time role. Candidates from all Science disciplines are invited to apply, with experience teaching Chemistry or Physics an advantage. The successful applicant will be able to commence at the beginning of Term 2. The teacher will be suitably qualified and enjoy working in a collaborative team. The successful applicant will be willing to contribute to the co-curricular life of the School and ideally be a Christian and actively involved in their church.

Position: Science Teacher

Location: Dee Why Campus

Load: 1.0 FTE

Commencement: Start of Term 2

Reporting to: Head of Science

St Luke’s Grammar School is proudly a Child Safe Organisation, putting the best interests of Children and Young People first. All appointments at St Luke’s Grammar are subject to Child Protection legislation.

Reporting Relationships

Head of Science

Principal and School Executive

Year Coordinators

Assistant Year Coordinators

Teachers, Staff, Students and Parents

External bodies, including NESA as required

Key Roles / Duties / Responsibilities

Actively develop an understanding of the LEARNING@STLUKE’S Framework and incorporate this into teaching programs and practice

Create a positive learning environment in the classroom, implement effective classroom management skills and promote student responsibility for learning

Differentiate teaching programs and develop strategies to meet the learning needs of students

Integrate technology into the delivery of teaching programs

Design and implement a range of formative and summative assessments that include assessment of, assessment for and assessment as learning

Work collaboratively as a member of a team

Use a restorative justice approach to student management

Participate in Professional Learning Groups

Involvement in the Pastoral program of the School

Participate in the Co-curricular and School Camping program as required

Attendance at staff meetings, Chapel and other School events, when required and as directed

Involvement in School activities and relevant functions

Undertake any other duties as requested by the Principal

Attributes and Expectations

The successful applicant will:

Show active support for the Christian faith

Show initiative, flexibility and the ability to work both independently and as part of a team

Have intellectual strength, professional integrity and a passion for education

Be abreast of critical educational issues

Have the ability to communicate effectively with students, staff and parents

Maintain confidentiality and commitment to professional conduct in keeping with the School’s code of conduct

Have a commitment to pastoral care and knowledge of the social and emotional issues which affect young people

Evaluate and critically reflect upon your own professional practice and assist and support colleagues to develop their skills

Show a commitment to ongoing self-education

Possess excellent personal and interpersonal skills

Have demonstrated organisational skills


Valid Working with Children Check required

Tertiary teaching qualifications as required by NESA

COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate

Physical/Work Environment Requirements

Strong physical, mental and emotional health to deal with the required demands and responsibilities of the role.

Application Process

Applications MUST be submitted via our School Website by clicking the APPLY Link within the Role Description.

School Website: https://www.stlukes.nsw.edu.au/our-school/employment

You will be required to upload:

Cover Letter addressed to Mr Geoff Lancaster – Principal

Resume, which includes 3 x referees, including a professional referee and a referee who can attest to the Christian character of the applicant.

Applications will close on 18 March 2024. The School holds the right to make appointments at any time.

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