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Assistant Principal Position – Diocese of Lismore

The Diocese of Lismore seeks an outstanding educator for an Assistant Principal position in Port Macquarie, who is a practicing Catholic seeking to enthusiastically witness the teachings of the Catholic Church in what they say and do and who possess an informed, critical and contemporary understanding of Catholic school education in the 21st Century.

Assistant Principals, working closely with the Principals and Parish Priests in the Diocese of Lismore, are responsible for leading the parish school in the delivery of outstanding Catholic education within the context of the evangelising mission of the Church.

Education in the Diocese of Lismore is built upon Jesus Christ, the teachings of the Catholic Church and the following five foundational practices:

Community Witness Service Evangelisation Worship

 Interested applicants are invited to apply for the following Assistant Principal position:

St Agnes’ Primary School, Port Macquarie – K-6 Co-ed Enrol 591 

At St Agnes’ Primary School, the vision is to be witnesses of Christ’s love: in faith, culture, educational excellence and hope for the future. The school’s main focus is centred on our children’s spiritual, academic, social, physical and emotional needs, through partnership with parents. We seek an Assistant Principal willing to embrace a collaborative leadership style with staff and work closely with the Principal and Parish Priest. If you possess the leadership skills required to guide our community and are fully committed to the Catholic faith, we welcome your application.

Further details can be found on the CSO website www.lism.catholic.edu.au Employment/Position Vacant, or contact the Recruitment Officer, Vanessa O’Rourke hr@lism.catholic.edu.au or 02 6627 6285.

Applications close 9am Wednesday, 29 July, 2015.

Written by: Staff writers
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