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Northside Christian College is a rapidly growing school with big ambitions for each student. The College is set in a tertiary education precinct in the City of Whittlesea in Bundoora, Victoria. Northside provides engaging learning opportunities for students from Prep through to Year 12 with the mission to “Transform lives through Christ and the wonder of learning.” We provide an innovative learning framework within a safe and supportive Christian environment. 

VCE Health and Human Development

Part-time (0.3 FTE – 0.4 FTE), commencing January 2020.
Applications close: Friday 1st November 2019 at 4pm

Application Process:
Please fill in a Teaching Application Form and send to Mrs Fleur Tucker, PA to the Principal, by email to fmtucker@ncc.vic.edu.au accompanied by a cover letter and resume. The cover letter should address the following key selection criteria:

Applications not accompanied by a College Application Form will not be considered.

Job Description:

The College is seeking dynamic, enthusiastic teachers.

Desirable qualities include:

In order to be considered for the role, applicants must demonstrate a commitment to the Christian ethos and values of the College.
Enquiries regarding the application process can be directed Mrs Fleur Tucker, PA to the Principal, on 03 9467 2499 or fmtucker@ncc.vic.edu.au.

Alto Sax and Clarinet Teacher

Applications close: Friday 22nd November 2019 at 4pm. Interviews are planned for the first week in December.

Northside Christian College is seeking an enthusiastic and experienced multi-instrumental tutor to teach alto sax and clarinet in the Primary Band Programme commencing in week one of Term 1, 2020. The position is for 2 periods of band programme each academic week, with the opportunity to also teach individual saxophone and clarinet students who choose to enrol in the College Instrumental Music programme.

Applicants must support the Christian ethos of the College. Successful applicants are required to sign the College Child Safety Code of Conduct before beginning employment at the College.

A current WWCC and Police Check should be provided with your CV and a covering letter to music@ncc.vic.edu.au to be considered for this role. Any enquiries should be made to the College by phone on 03 9467 2499.

Application for Non-Teaching Positions (PDF Document)

Trombone and Lower Brass Teacher

Applications close: Friday 22nd November 2019 at 4pm. Interviews are planned for the first week in December.

Northside Christian College is seeking an enthusiastic and experienced multi-instrumental tutor to teach trombone and lower brass in the Primary Band Programme commencing in week one of Term 1, 2020. The position is for 2 periods of band programme each academic week, with the opportunity to also teach individual trombone students who choose to enrol in the College Instrumental Music programme.

Applicants must support the Christian ethos of the College. Successful applicants are required to sign the College Child Safety Code of Conduct before beginning employment at the College.

A current WWCC and Police Check should be provided with your CV and a covering letter to music@ncc.vic.edu.au to be considered for this role. Any enquiries should be made to the College by phone on 03 9467 2499.

Application for Non-Teaching Positions (PDF Document)

Teacher / CRT Application Requirements

The College requires applicants who are applying for teaching and CRT positions to complete the following:

Teaching Positions

Non-Teaching Staff Positions

CRT Positions

Written applications should be address to:
Mr Damian Higgins
Principal 
Northside Christian College
31 McLeans Road, Bundoora VIC 3083

Compliance Requirements

Employment at the College is subject to the following compliance requirements:

Enquiries

Enquiries regarding the application process can be directed to Mrs Fleur Tucker on 03 9467 2499.

Child Safety

Northside Christian College is committed to child safety. We have zero tolerance of child abuse. Our robust human resources, recruitment and vetting practices are strictly adhered to during the application and interviewing process. Applicants should be aware that we carry out working with children, police records and reference checks (as we see fit) to ensure that we are recruiting the right people. For more information about our commitment to child safety, please view Child Safety Policy, Code of Conduct and Procedures.

What We Look For in Our Staff

Northside Christian College staff share a commitment to students and an appreciation of College’s Mission, Vision and Values. Our teachers and support staff are passionate about Christian education and are committed to professional learning. The teamwork and cooperation amongst our teachers benefit the whole College community.

The impact of teacher quality on student learning is significant. Teacher quality is vital to student achievement. At Northside Christian College, we truly understand this and its implications for how we hire, develop and retain the teachers who will enable us to achieve our student learning and strategic goals.

We value the experience and knowledge that our colleagues bring with them. Furthermore, we acknowledge the importance of lifelong learning and the role of professional learning and development for all teachers. We welcome applications from individuals who are innovative, enthusiastic and committed to professional and personal growth and to the wellbeing of young people.

You are encouraged to browse the website fully to familiarise yourself with Northside Christian College and to determine what you could add academically, pastorally and in the co-curricular program.

Contact Us

Northside Christian College
31 McLeans Rd, Bundoora VIC 3083, Australia
Phone: 03 9467 2499
ncc@ncc.vic.edu.au