St Mark’s believes that employing outstanding staff is vital to its success as an educational community and is committed to providing a rewarding working environment.
St Mark’s College is a world-class residential college for university students in the heart of Adelaide, South Australia.
As employment opportunities arise, St Mark’s seeks individuals who are committed to our goal of delivering world-class education in a safe, respectful and inclusive learning environment.
Located in North Adelaide, overlooking the beautiful parklands and vibrant city of Adelaide, it is within 10-15 minutes’ walk from key attractions, facilities and public transport.
DIRECTOR OF LEARNING
- Join St Mark’s College, South Australia’s first university residential college, founded in 1925, located in the vibrant city of Adelaide overlooking the beautiful parklands and CBD.
- The College today offers the best of tradition with a modern and progressive outlook and is home to an active university student community.
- St Mark’s is a distinguished college with a residential, academic and learning community of high standing.
- This is a continuing leadership and student mentor appointment.
St Mark’s is committed to providing a safe, respectful and inclusive learning environment that focuses on enhancing the wellbeing of all students. The welcoming and supportive environment stimulates students to pursue optimum academic achievement and community engagement. Additionally, the college supports students to reach their academic potential and engage in community activities for the common good.
About the Job:
As the Director of Learning, you will make an outstanding contribution to all activities that advance the academic aspects of college life and student wellbeing. You will play an integral role in developing and enriching the college culture where young people are supported and can thrive. You will demonstrate a personal passion for the successful transition of students from school to university, and from university to the workplace and lifelong learning.
To succeed in this role, you will have an outstanding commitment to the academic success and wellbeing of all students and to the college’s success as a residential academic community and scholarly institution.
Applications close 5 pm Friday 1 November 2019.
Lodging your Application:
For a copy of the position description, click here.
Applicants are required to submit a current resume, with 3 professional referees listed, and a letter of application addressed to the Head of College detailing your interest in the position and what you would bring to it.
Please address your cover letter for the role to Mr Darren Pitt, Acting Head of College, 46 Pennington Tce, North Adelaide, SA 5006 and applications can be sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For further information about the position or recruitment process, please contact Mr Darren Pitt on +61 8334 5602.