Principalships

 
2018 PRINCIPALSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
LEAD WITH PURPOSE

Our schools require Catholic principals who are visionary, faith-filled and skilled in the areas of school leadership, education and management. Applicants will need to provide evidence of: 
  • An ability to give leadership to the Catholic life of the school in an increasingly interconnected and complex world 
  • Expertise in school management and an ability to inspire a spirit of collaboration with staff, students and parents
  • An ability to lead learning, curriculum development and practices to ensure achievement and enhanced learning outcomes for all students 
  
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LEAD WITH PURPOSE
ST BERNARD’S SCHOOL, KOJONUP
 
St Bernard’s School is a co-educational Catholic primary school catering for approximately 70 students from Kindergarten to Year Six. The school fosters a strong sense of community based on the Christian values of the Sisters of Mercy who originally founded the school in 1952.
Kojonup is located within the Great Southern region approximately 255 kms from Perth and 160kms from Albany. The town has a welcoming and active community with a variety of sporting and social opportunities. 
 
St Bernard’s School is committed to the formation of the whole child: spiritually, educationally, socially, personally and emotionally. Emphasis is placed on building positive relationships between home, school and parish. An active and appreciative parent body supports the school through the School Board and an active Parents and Friends’ Association. The school, which has a close and collaborative relationship with the parish, also enjoys pastoral support from the parish priest.  A vibrant and committed staff helps to foster a family-centred school where the students are led through an integration of faith, life and learning.
 
St Bernard’s School requires a Catholic principal who is visionary, faith-filled and skilled in the areas of community-building and Catholic school leadership. Applicants will need to provide evidence of an ability to give leadership to the Catholic life of the school in an increasingly interconnected and complex world.

The school is committed to enhancing the learning opportunities for all students. St Bernard’s School is a well-resourced primary school which makes use of technology in classrooms through the use of iPads, interactive whiteboards, chrome books, MacBooks and desktop computers. In addition, the school has specialist learning areas in Japanese, Science, Sport, Drama and Visual Arts.
 
Further information about the school can be found at https://web.stbernards.wa.edu.au

To view application information and apply for this position visit www.ceo.wa.edu.au/Employment/Pages/Vacancies.aspx

Applications for this outstanding leadership opportunity close at 2.00pm Friday, 4 May 2018.
 

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ST BRIGID’S COLLEGE, LESMURDIE
 
The Institute of Sisters of Mercy of Australia and Papua New Guinea through the Board of Mercy Education Limited, invites applications from qualified and experienced educators for the position of Principal. It is expected that the successful applicant will be supportive of the educational philosophy of the Sisters of Mercy.
 
Established in 1929, St Brigid’s College Lesmurdie is a Catholic College with an enrolment of 1,040 students from Pre Kindergarten to Year 12. The College is co-educational to Year 6 and educates girls for the secondary years. St Brigid’s, which also hosts approximately 120 girls from Years 7 to 12 in its Boarding facilities, is one of twelve schools owned by the Institute of the Sisters of Mercy of Australia and Papua New Guinea and governed by Mercy Education.
 
Detailed information and required application procedures including Eligibility and Selection Criteria for the position are available at www.mercy.edu.au/employment.
 
Formal applications are to be addressed to Mr Christopher Houlihan, Chief Executive Mercy Education Ltd and emailed to: chiefexecutive@mercy.edu.au 
 
Further information about the school can be found at https://sbcl.wa.edu.au

Applications for this outstanding leadership opportunity close at 5.00pm (WST) Monday, 23 April 2018.

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