About the School
The Illawarra Grammar School is an independent co-educational P-12 Anglican Grammar School. We are part of a vibrant, diverse and engaged community, providing our students with a holistic education where they are empowered to achieve their best through inquiry based learning. You will be supported in your role by a highly experienced team of teaching and support staff, with access to state-of-the-art equipment and facilities.
Staff at TIGS are expected to demonstrate an ongoing commitment to both education and the Christian faith, embodying the values upon which our school was founded.
benefits of working at TIGS
TIGS is an employer that promotes staff excellence and offers a range of additional benefits, Some specific benefits are listed below for your information. More important however, is the impact of our culture. The average service of a TIGS teacher is over 11 years, our teams have a depth of experience, commitment to the School and supportive collegial relationships that lead to exceptional retention rates. Quite simply our staff love their school and the fantastic students they teach each day.
- A highly competitive salary and superannuation of 10.5%
- Attractive salary packaging arrangements
- Access to annual influenza vaccinations
- Employee assistance programmes
- School fee concessions
- Staff study grants programme
- Generous professional development funding
About the role
Role Commences: Term I 2023
Teachers of Science at TIGS are discipline experts with a desire to develop skills, knowledge and passion for their subject in their students. They prioritise positive relationships, exceptional instructional design, and specific and relevant feedback for learning success.
They collaborate within and beyond the department to design an inspiring and effective programme of learning. They actively contribute to the culture of safety, respect and achievement at The Illawarra Grammar School.
- Commitment to the School’s Mission and Strategic Plan.
- Experienced Stage 6 Chemistry teacher desirable.
- Knowledge of current curriculum development and assessment procedures
- Reflective and skilled practitioner.
- Committed to personal and student growth.
- Strong understanding of the relationship between student wellbeing and learning.
- Commitment to collaborative practice.