VCE Chemistry – Casual Teaching Positions Available
TSFX has positions currently available for passionate VCE Chemistry teachers to join our team for the Master Class program in Semester Two of 2020.
Classes are held on Friday evenings and weekends. Students attend on a weekly basis, in addition to their classes at school, to help them reach their full potential in their VCE. Classes are held at the Elizabeth Blackburn School of Sciences (part of the University of Melbourne Parkville campus).
The program runs for 12 weeks (with a break for the term 3 holidays) and begins on Friday 24 July.
Remuneration: $105 per hour (plus superannuation).
Note: Any ancillary expenses incurred in preparing/delivering these lectures are fully tax deductible.
Other Positions: From time to time TSFX requires teachers for our Head Start and Exam Revision programs that run throughout school holiday periods.
Expressions of Interest:
For more information and to apply, please contact Kristen Hooper
By telephone: 9663 3311 (10am to 5pm, Monday to Friday)
By email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are submitting an expression of interest by email, please attach a current CV, and includes the following detail in your cover letter:
- Your full name.
- The school you are currently teaching at.
- Subject(s) and year levels you are currently teaching.
- A business-hours and after hours contact number.
The successful candidates are required to have at least 3 years teaching experience in their subject areas (in a registered Victorian school), and must display strong written and verbal communication skills.
Further information regarding the Master Class program can be seen below.
Dates: Friday 24 July – Sunday 25 October 2020
Venue: The University of Melbourne (Parkville Campus)
Our Master Classes are specialised tuition classes designed to help students reach their full potential, be that a two-grade improvement or the elite A and A+ scores.
This program builds on the teaching that takes place in schools, giving students the opportunity to revise, reinforce and extend on key skills/concepts, and to develop strong problem-solving and exam techniques.
Students may complete the Master Classes in the comfort of their home (online version) or at the University of Melbourne (face-to-face version) on a weekly basis. Every student will also receive access to recordings of their enrolled classes.