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Employment at Luther

At Luther College we seek to foster an environment that supports learning through collaboration, communication, continual improvement and innovation. To achieve this we strive to attract, support and reward quality staff.

If you are interested in becoming part of the staff team at Luther College, we encourage you to contact Mrs Cara Haverkamp, Director of People and Culture, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to express your interest. 

Luther College is an educational environment where Christ is central, excellence is pursued and relationships are valued. We are committed to promoting and maintaining an environment where learning for all is prioritised and purposeful, through the offering of experiences that are relational, relevant, rigorous and reflective. A culture of excellence and continual improvement is fostered through seeking out opportunities for investing in and enhancing educational outcomes for our students.

As Luther College is committed to child safety, we require all applicants to undergo a screening process prior to appointment and successful applicants must comply with the College’s Child Protection Program. Visit Publications and Policies for more information and for a copy of our Child Protection and Safety Policy and Child Safety Code of Conduct.

The following positions are currently available. 

 

Head of Digital Learning and Practise

The position of Head of Digital Learning and Practice will have the opportunity to shape, develop and realise the College strategy in relation to digital learning and practice across the Luther College.

The College is committed to extending the implementation of contemporary digital technologies in all learning and teaching programs. The Head of Digital Learning and Practice will lead the implementation of high-quality instructional practice that utilises technology for an enhanced student-centred learning experience and enables new pedagogies, including online and blended learning, to support deeper learning opportunities.  They are also responsible for the use of data to evaluate practice and improve school-wide digital literacy.

The successful candidate will have proven corporate leadership skills, an alignment with the College mission and values and a commitment to leading a culture of excellence and continual improvement through working collaboratively with colleagues. The start date for this position is flexible to allow the successful candidate the opportunity to “finish well” in their current place of employment.

Showcase your skillset and make a positive impact on digital learning and practice in a responsive and adaptive environment. We welcome applications from enthusiastic, resilient and future focused candidates.

For a confidential discussion in relation to this position please contact Mrs Cara Haverkamp, Director of People and Culture, on 9724 2000.

Head of Digital Learning and Practise - Position Description

Applications must include:

  • Covering letter, introducing yourself;
  • Curriculum Vitae, including your qualifications and experience;
  • The names and contact details of three professional referees; and
  • A colour copy of your Working with Children Check card.

APPLICATIONS CLOSE:  Friday 15 June 2018 at 4.00pm on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Applicants must be willing to support the School's approach to excellence in Christian co-education.

We thank all applicants for their interest; however only those candidates selected for interview will be contacted.

 

We seek to employ teaching personnel across multiple faculties to support learning from Term 3 2018 onwards 

 

Mathematics Teacher

Full time, ongoing position

We seek the services of an engaging and enthusiastic Mathematics Teacher, to join an active and committed learning team. The ability to teach either VCE Mathematics and/ or VCE Specialist Maths will be highly regarded. This is a full time, ongoing position.

English Teachers with VCE English

Two fixed term contracts with potential for ongoing position

We seek the services of two highly relational and enthusiastic English Teachers, to join a progressive and committed learning team. Experience teaching VCE English is highly desirable. Both roles are fixed term contracts, with approximate loads of 20 periods per week. Please note that one position will have a reduced load in Term 4 until the end of 2018. Both positions may lead to the possibility of ongoing, full-time employment in 2019, dependent on College needs.

Music Teacher

Fixed term contract, parental leave

We seek the services of a creative and engaging Music Teacher to join an energetic and talented learning team. You can expect to teach 13 periods per week. The additional position of responsibility as Co-curricular Ensembles Coordinator will work very closely with all Performing Arts staff to ensure that excellence in learning occurs within the co-curricular Performing Arts activities. Four periods are allocated to the position. This is a fixed term position covering a member of staff on parental leave, commencing Monday 13 August 2018 to the end of Term 3 2019.

Instrumental Music Tutor, French Horn

Casual, term-time, parental leave cover

We seek the services of a casual French Horn Tutor to join a dynamic and enthusiastic Instrumental Music team, in the week commencing Monday 13 August 2018.

The time fraction is currently 4.25 hours of instrumental tutoring per week. The successful candidate will be required to tutor the French Horn to students ranging from Years 7 -12 and will also work with the Music Department and other tutors to assist in the development of the instrumental music program at the College. Experience in leading and playing in ensembles would be an advantage, as would experience with tutoring VCE Music on the French Horn. 

 

Position Descriptions 

Classroom Teacher

Instrumental Music Tutor - French Horn

Applicants must be future focused and adaptive to an ever-changing environment and strive to continue to exceed student learning expectations.

APPLICATIONS MUST INCLUDE

• Covering letter, indicating your teaching methods;

• Resume, including your qualifications and experience;

• The names and contact details of three professional referees (one must be your current Principal); and

• Evidence of current Teaching registration (your VIT Registration card and number)

Applications close for the Mathematics, English, Music and French Horn positions close on:

Friday 1 June 2018 at 12.00noon via email to Cara Haverkamp, Director of People and Culture on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

As Luther College is committed to child safety, we require all applicants to undergo a screening process prior to appointment and successful applicants must comply with the College’s Child Protection Program.  Visit our website for more information and for a copy of our Child Protection and Safety Policy and Child Safety Code of Conduct.

Applicants must be willing to support the School's approach to excellence in Christian co-education.

We thank all applicants for their interest, however only those candidates selected for interview will be contacted.