Lauriston Girls’ School, established in 1901, is an independent girls’ school with a fine history of academic achievement and innovative programs.
Lauriston is one of Australia’s leading schools and is committed to excellence in girls’ education. The School offers the VCE and International Baccalaureate, a remote campus experience at Year 9, the Reggio Emilia inspired programme in Kindergarten and a team of highly professional and dedicated teachers from Kindergarten to Year 12.
Applications are invited for the following positions:
Howqua Campus – Director of Curriculum and Teaching
Full time ongoing – Start Date: Term 1 2015
This senior management position has direct responsibility for leading the Howqua Campus management team in decision making on curriculum matters, along with delivery and evaluation of curriculum and assessment for our Year 9 Howqua students.
We are seeking an experienced educator in curriculum and staff development with the skills to support and lead an innovative and holistic educational program for girls in a rural setting.
Key attributes for the successful candidates include innovation and excellence, collaboration and consultation, expertise and strong interpersonal skills.
The successful applicant will not be required to participate in the Outdoor Program.
Armadale Campus – Teacher of Mathematics (Years 7 to 12)
Fulltime ongoing – Start Date: Term 1 2015
We are seeking a suitably qualified and experienced, highly motivated and innovative educator of Mathematics to fill this position from Term 1 2015.
Experience in teaching Mathematics at advanced senior levels is essential.
Applications close: Wednesday 29 October 2014
For further details please contact Nick Thornton, Director of the Lauriston Institute by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications should be addressed to:
Lauriston Girls’ School
PO Box 8110
ARMADALE VIC 3143
F: 9822 7950
Working at Lauriston - Workplace Gender Equality
Lauriston Girls’ School has been awarded the Employer of Choice for Women by the Equal opportunity for Women in the Workplace Agency (EOWA) in 2012/2013. The School has received the citation since 2008. The Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) has now replaced the EOWA.
Our primary business is the education of young women and we are a girls’ school that strives to provide equal opportunity for all our students whilst at School and beyond School.
Lauriston Girls’ School is committed to the principles of merit and ensuring that job opportunities are provided to the most suitable person regardless of gender. The Workplace Gender Equality (WGE) program is integrally linked to the School’s Strategic Plan. We also encourage and promote gender equality amongst our staff.
The principal objectives of our WGE policy are to:
- Promote the principle that employment for women and men should be dealt with on the basis of merit;
- Promote elimination of discrimination and the provision of equal employment opportunity for women and men in relation to employment matters among employers;
- Foster workplace consultation between employer and employees on issues concerning equal opportunity for women and men in relation to employment;
- Provide equal remuneration for women and men for work of equal or comparable value;
- Provide full and equal participation of women in the workforce;
- Provide full and genuine access to all occupations including to leadership roles for women and men;
- Eliminate discrimination on the basis of gender particularly in relation to family and caring responsibilities for both women and men; and
- Meet the requirements of the Workplace Gender Equality Act 2012, which requires the School to report annually to the WGE Agency.