Teacher in Charge (Hockey)




The Teacher in Charge of Hockey works closely with the Head of Sport to ensure the development and implementation of a comprehensive cocurricular Hockey program from Year 7 through to Year 12. The Teacher in Charge of Hockey is responsible for implementing the College’s guiding principles for sport:To provide an avenue of participation in sport for all student’s constant with the expectations of the College’s co-curricular policy.To provide opportunities for staff to build their knowledge and capacity in coaching of a sport to enhance their own professional growth and for the benefit of the students in their care.To continue to develop programs and opportunities for students to reach their potential as sportsmen and athletes in their chosen field and to strive to continue to develop squads at the elite level of the sport. Applications close 5pm, Friday 14 February 2020.Interviews will commence from Tuesday 18 February 2020 0 AUD Bulleen 3105

Teacher in Charge (Hockey)

  • Semester 1 2020 LSL replacement
  • Principal's Appointment POL 1 Equivalent
  • 2 Periods Per 10 day cycle

The Teacher in Charge of Hockey works closely with the Head of Sport to ensure the development and implementation of a comprehensive cocurricular Hockey program from Year 7 through to Year 12. The Teacher in Charge of Hockey is responsible for implementing the College’s guiding principles for sport:

  • To provide an avenue of participation in sport for all student’s constant with the expectations of the College’s co-curricular policy.
  • To provide opportunities for staff to build their knowledge and capacity in coaching of a sport to enhance their own professional growth and for the benefit of the students in their care.
  • To continue to develop programs and opportunities for students to reach their potential as sportsmen and athletes in their chosen field and to strive to continue to develop squads at the elite level of the sport.

 

Applications close 5pm, Friday 14 February 2020.

Interviews will commence from Tuesday 18 February 2020

All applications must contain a resume, a cover letter which includes a statement addressing the selection criteria and a completed online application form. 

Please contact Human Resources, on +61 3 9851 1589 if you require further information. 

All staff members at Marcellin are expected to support the Catholic ethos of the College.

Marcellin College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
You must have the right to live and work in Australia to apply for this job.