Website Mandurah Baptist College
Mandurah Baptist College, WA
About the business
“Through excellence in Christian-based education, to develop life-ready students who reflect the character of Jesus Christ.”
Mandurah Baptist College is an independent, co-educational College with over 1,200 students from Kindergarten to Year 12. Our Christian faith and values inform our belief in the potential of all students and fuel our caring College community.
The aim of the College is to provide a comprehensive curriculum which will cater for the individual needs of each student. Since its inception in 2005, the College has forged its reputation as one of the safest and most positive college communities in the Binjareb region where each student has opportunities to thrive.
Our College values are:
Faith: We are committed to becoming more like Christ in all we do.
Growth: We are committed to continuously learning, improving, innovating and striving to know and reach our potential.
Relationships: We are committed to each other, caring for and protecting the MBC community.
Excellence: Excellence honours our calling and we are therefore committed to best practice and creating value for the MBC community.
Integrity: We are committed to knowing and doing what is right and behaving in a way that sets an example for the community around us
Every Mandurah Baptist College student is encouraged to discover and develop their individual skills, strengths and talents to achieve their personal best, and to discover a career pathway where they can utilise their skills and talents. Expressing the school motto ‘Be strong and courageous’, our students graduate with the self knowledge and life skills to flourish in their future pathways leading to University, TAFE, apprenticeships and the workforce.
What We Offer:
Staff development and training opportunities
Competitive pay rates
Free onsite parking
Generous parental leave allowance
Employee assistance program
Should you join us here at Mandurah Baptist College you will join a positive and strong community, dedicated to serving God through the vocation of education. Whether in administration, support or teaching, every staff member has role to play in the education and care of our students and the furtherance of our mission.
About the role
Mandurah Baptist College is seeking to appoint a dynamic and innovative Design & Technology teacher with a proven ability in STEM learning from Term 3 2022. This is a part-time role at 0.8 FTE. The successful candidate will have a passion for STEM learning, be experienced in working with multi-material model creation through a design process, and be passionate about Digital Technologies and Robotics.
The Design & Technology (STEM) Teacher will join the College’s Technology & Enterprise Learning Area in our brand new, state of the art STEAM Centre, set to open by Semester 2 2022. With two purpose built workshops for wood and mixed materials and a design space, linked to Engineering, Science and Arts spaces, this centre will be an outstanding work environment. A collaborative and future-focused candidate will thrive as part of a professional team in this area.
We invite you to join an aspirational, future-focused learning community, where the pursuit of excellence is nurtured in an inclusive, Christ-centred environment.
Relevant teaching qualifications and current Registration with Teachers Registration Board of Western Australia (TRBWA)
Current Working with Children Check
COVID-19 Vaccination consistent with WA government requirements
Valid Australian work rights to apply for this position
Willingness to uphold and live the Mission, Vision and Christian values of Mandurah Baptist College.
Closing date of Applications: Monday 9 May 2022, 3pm
How to Apply
To be considered for the position, all candidates need to submit an online application form through the College website https://www.mbc.wa.edu.au/employment/
For further information, please contact the HR Manager, Mrs. Jolie Dagu-ob on (08) 9583 7000 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mandurah Baptist College is committed to being a child safe organisation and will demonstrate its leadership and commitment to student safety and wellbeing through the implementation of the National Principles for Child Safe Organisations. Applicants’ identity, references and qualifications will be checked and verified.
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