Braemar College is an independent, co-educational, ecumenical school for students in Years 5 to 12. The College has two campuses, both of which are located near Woodend, less than an hour from Melbourne's CBD.The successful candidate will experience working in one of the most unique educational settings and teach committed and passionate students. We continue to embed a culture of personalised learning with an integrated approach, to achieve high standards of learning and teaching for all students.This is an incredible opportunity to join Braemar College in our Senior School which provides a highly supportive and comprehensive learning experience for students. In return for your dedication, you will be rewarded with an attractive salary including ongoing opportunities for professional development.The successful applicant should be passionate about English education and display the ability to teach Englis and/or English Language to VCE level.The position is part-time approximately 50%, commences in Term 2 2022, and is initially for one term.About You:You will have recent experience in teaching and assessing English and demonstrated knowledge of the study design.In you we seek a passionate teacher who is innovative, creative, and able to continuously reflect and improve. You will have an enthusiastic approach to the education of young people including a focus on developing skills and a broad knowledge base. A commitment to inspiring exemplary personal outcomes for students and a willingness and capacity to contribute to the wellbeing of students are essential.You must be a current VIT registered teacher and fully vaccinated to work at the College or have a relevant medical exemption.Key Responsibilities:The successful candidate will:Maintain high standards of learning and teaching, assessment and reporting.Use data to inform differentiated practice.Plan collaboratively with teaching teams.Contribute to Professional Learning Teams.Deliver and promote student wellbeing within the College.In addition, the preferred applicant will have an understanding of and commitment to, the ethos of Independent Schooling and a willingness to contribute to College events and adhere to the College's 'Child Safety Policy'.Expressions of interest are invited from suitably qualified teachers; both experienced and graduate educators are welcome to apply.Applications should be made as soon as possible using the "apply now" option.Applicants should provide a full resumÃ© and address their applications to:Robyn BaddeleyManager Human ResourcesEmployees at the College will be required to be compliant with any Health Directions made under the Public and Environmental Health Act 2011 which are in place at the time of employment.