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Good News Lutheran College

Good News Lutheran College is situated on 20 acres in Tarneit, approximately 30km South West of the Melbourne CBD.  The College has grown significantly from its opening in 1997 with its first class of Year 12s graduating at the end of 2016.  Student enrolments now exceed 1,250 with wait lists for all year levels.  Continued growth presents this opportunity to join the Leadership Team and contribute to the College’s ongoing success.

Reporting directly to the Principal, and as a member of the College Leadership Team, this role oversees both curriculum and pastoral care and is responsible for the effective operation and promotion of the senior years programs at the College.  A key leadership executive, the appointee contributes to the decision making and direction of the College and fosters effective relationships with students and parents of the Senior Years and the wider community.  Broad areas of responsibility for this leading educational role include:

  • working closely with the Principal in fulfilling the aims and purposes of the College, supporting the mission, vision and strategic directions of the College;
  • developing the ethos, identity and structures of the Senior Years such that they meet the needs of students and staff;
  • interacting widely with colleagues, teachers, parents and other key stakeholders to ensure appropriate behaviours, practices and support;
  • facilitating the implementation of the VCE curriculum, academic program and subject selections;
  • leading, coaching and developing the Senior Years staff cohorts;
  • overseeing the pastoral care and wellbeing of all students and encouraging active parent involvement in student learning;
  • teaching within the Senior Years program.

Applications are encouraged from appropriately qualified and experienced educational leaders with excellent communication, leadership, mentoring, coaching, strategic planning and change management skills complemented by warmth and integrity.  A genuine motivation to embrace the Christian ethos of the College will be vital, as will the energy and passion necessary to engage with, champion and inspire this vibrant and thriving College community.

This position will be expected to commence as of Term 1 2023.

For a job and person specification, please click on the PDF icon above or below, and for further information on our client, please visit  

Applications should be addressed to Andrew Reed.  Please click on the Apply Today button to submit your application.  

For a confidential discussion, please call (08) 8100 8827.

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