Casual Teacher - Mater Maria Catholic

Mater Maria Catholic College is a Years 7 to 12 Systemic coeducational day school of over 1000 students. The College was established by the Good Samaritan Sisters in 1962 initially as a girls’ school. From 1962 until 1990, twenty-five Good Samaritan Sisters served at the College. In 1979 the College became co-educational and in 1980 the Sisters donated the land of the College in perpetuity. Responsibility for the College was later handed to the Catholic Diocese of Broken Bay. At Mater Maria, our co-educational community is focused on learning, positive support networks and an infinite array of opportunities grounded in our shared College values of Community, Hospitality, Justice, Spirituality and Stewardship. Our young men and women are called to nurture curiosity and be globally focused, ready to make an impact on the world in ways that matter.

Closing date February 28, 2021
LocationWarriewood, New South Wales, Australia
Type Full-Time
Status Permanent
Contact 02 9997 7044

About this job

About Us

Creating positive outcomes for our students and enriching our school communities is at the heart of everything we do at the Catholic Schools Broken Bay. We support 44 Catholic primary and secondary schools across Sydney's North, Northern Beaches and Central Coast and educate over 16,500 students.

We offer the kind of career that gives you the opportunity to do what you love in a meaningful, inclusive environment. It's the kind of work that invigorates children's learning while unlocking your own potential.

About the role

We have casual relief cover opportunities for talented teachers in all subject areas at Mater Maria Catholic College in Warriewood.

About you
To be successful in this position you will demonstrate the essential criteria:

  • A skilled classroom practitioner committed to the ethos of the Catholic School
  • Capacity to create a motivating and engaging learning environment that caters to the diverse needs of all learners through varied teaching strategies and sound pedagogical practices
  • Understand the individual needs of students to maximise learning opportunities
  • Sound knowledge of subjects and curriculum content within their sphere of responsibility
  • Facilitate safe and supportive learning environments with an understanding of positive student welfare practices
  • Monitor professional learning needs and align them to the learning needs of students
  • Work collaboratively as part of a dynamic school community
  • Communicate effectively and respectfully with students, colleagues, parents/carers and community members as required
  • Willing to contribute to the broader extracurricular aspects of school life as an active member of the school community
  • Accredited with NESA and have a current WCC check.

How to apply

Please CLICK HERE to upload a resume and cover letter addressing the above essential criteria for the position.


Please note that successful applicants must meet the requirements of the Working with Children Check.