AISWA VET Coordinators - 2024 VET Funding Applications now open! Closing end of Term 2.

Relief Teachers - Primary & Secondary

Description

Living Waters Lutheran College is a K-12 Coeducational school located in Warnbro with approximately 770 students.

Lutheran schools are important providers of Christian education, located in every state and territory apart from ACT.  Together our schools comprise Lutheran Education Australia. 

The quality of a child’s education plays a pivotal role in shaping their future. Living Waters is committed to educational excellence in a child safe and nurturing environment. All employees must be likewise committed.

Our purpose is to nurture, challenge and inspire achievement, so that we make a difference within our College and the wider community.

RELIEF TEACHERS

PRIMARY & SECONDARY 

“Nurture, Challenge, Inspire”

We are looking for professional, passionate, and collaborative Secondary and Primary teachers to join our relief staff pool. 

Relief staff at Living Waters: 

  • Are appreciated by our positive team of teachers and support staff, 

  • welcomed by our amazing K-12 students, and

  • have an opportunity to make a difference in a nurturing environment.

To be accepted into our relief teaching pool you must:

  • Be registered with TRBWA, and 

  • hold a current Western Australian Working With Children Check.

  • Be able to support the Christian ethos and the Child Safe Policies of the College.  

Please submit your application including: 

  • Cover Letter, 

  • copy of your CV, and 

  • contact details for three referees (2 professional and 1 personal).

Forward to our Daily Organiser, Miss Ella Sweetapple, via email, esweetapple@livingwaters.wa.edu.au or for further information telephone Ella on 9593 9562.

The right to live and work in Australia is compulsory.  

Living Waters is an equal opportunity employer.

Type
Jobs @ Independent Schools
Closing Date
31 May 2024 18:00
Contact Person
Ella Sweetapple - Daily Organiser
Phone
School
Living Waters Lutheran College