Assistant Principal - Mosman Public School

$137,486 yearly
  • NSW Department of Education
  • Mosman NSW 2088, Australia
  • 06 Apr, 2021

Job Description

Organisation/Entity: Teaching Service
Job Category: Schools | TCH Other
Job Location: Sydney Region
Job Reference Number: 000087KI
Number of Positions: 1
Total Remuneration Package: Remuneration package valued at $137,486.00. This position attracts a base salary of $124,038.00, plus leave loading and employer's contribution to superannuation.
Contact: 9969 9325 - Nadia Tobia
Closing Date: 14/04/2021 - 04:00 PM
Principal Network: North Sydney
Staffing Area: Northern Beaches
School Name: Mosman Public School
FTE: 1.000

Position Information
Established in 1880, Mosman Public School, nestled in its vibrant suburb on Sydney's lower north shore has a rich history and values its traditions. In 2021, there are 649 students [34.25% non-English speaking background] placed in 26 classes. The total school enrolment has declined in recent years due to the enrolment CAP of 670, enforced by the Department.

The learning environment of Mosman Public School reflects innovation in teaching and learning taught in increasingly flexible learning spaces with authentic integration of technologies. There is a focus on differentiated quality numeracy and literacy programs that are responsive to student need.

Our school caters for a broad range of enrichment opportunities in the creative and performing arts, leadership, sports, environmental and academic pursuits. Our staff strives to provide students with the skills, knowledge and values necessary for success in education and in life with a focus on evidence-based contemporary pedagogy to engage all learners.

Strong community involvement complements the high parent expectations, and students are provided with a diverse learning program.

Selection Criteria
In addition to the general selection criteria, approval to teach infants and/or primary.

  • Proven capacity to balance exemplary classroom practice with the complex responsibilities of a school leadership role, underpinned by strong curriculum knowledge and a commitment to continuous school improvement.
  • Demonstrated successful experience in leading staff in evidence-based practice with a focus on collaboration and evaluating impact of teaching that has led to improved student outcomes in literacy and numeracy.
  • Proven ability to build capacity in others to collaboratively lead, implement and evaluate whole school programs.
  • Demonstrated superior communication skills including a high level of emotional intelligence which best meets the diverse wellbeing needs of students, staff and families and builds upon a positive and inclusive school culture which ensures every student is known, valued and cared for.

General Selection Criteria

  1. Successful teaching experience with capacity to initiate improvement in teaching, learning and classroom practice
  2. Knowledge of curriculum, assessment and student welfare with the ability to lead and design quality, inclusive teaching and learning programs
  3. Educational leadership skills to build the capacity and manage the performance of individuals and teams
  4. Well developed communication and interpersonal skills with the capacity to build relationships and engage students, staff and parents
  5. Ability to plan and manage resources effectively and equitably to support teaching and learning
  6. Knowledge of and commitment to the Department's Aboriginal education policies