Thomas Hassall Anglican College

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  • Full-time


Middleton Grange NSW 2171


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Technology and Applied Studies (TAS) Coordinator

Position Title TAS Coordinator
Level Level 2 Leadership
Commencement Date Term 3 2024
Hours Permanent Full Time

Thomas Hassall Anglican College is a vibrant P-12 independent College located with close
access to the M5 and M7 in the growing South West of Sydney. We are committed to
challenging our students to look beyond boundaries and to use their gifts and talents to make a
difference in the world. We are guided by our vision – Growing and Nurturing Excellence in
Learning, Wisdom and Service.

The College is seeking to employ an experienced educator and leader with a background in
Senior School TAS education. The right candidate will be able to gather, inspire and lead others,
and have an expert understanding of current pedagogical practices in learning and teaching as well
as being creative and innovative. She/he will be an active Christian who understands how to
integrate faith and education in relevant and authentic ways. The best candidate will work with
staff towards the improvement and innovation of the faculty programs in Years 7-12.

Key Selection Criteria
the successful applicant for the above position must be able to provide evidence to support the
following criteria:

  • Strong personal Christian faith and be a regular and practising member of a Bible-based

Christian Church

  • A well-informed understanding of contemporary learning and teaching practices,

research and pedagogy, including ongoing engagement in professional

  • Evidence of leadership of educational innovation and development of curriculum

and assessment.

  • A track record of success in building and leading effective teams within faculty/

stage departments. Demonstrated critical analysis and problem-solving skills,
experience and commitment to collaborative leadership within a team

  • Excellent knowledge and understanding of the integration of technology in the

delivery of learning.

  • Demonstrated good team leadership skills: including approachability; listening

skills; conflict resolution; exercising sound judgement; and showing initiative.

  • Strong organisational and time management skills with an ability to prioritise tasks,

meet prescribed deadlines and concurrently manage a number of competing tasks. 

• Appropriate teaching qualifications & accreditation in NSW (NESA)

  • Accreditation at Experienced Teacher (ISTAA) is an advantage

Applications should include:

  • Cover application letter
  • Completion of Employment Application form available on the College website – This

should include the names, addresses and phone numbers of three confidential referees.
One of these needs to be from a Christian Minister.

  • Resume outlining teaching, leadership and other experience relevant to the position
  • A statement of educational philosophy
  • Written response addressing the Key Selection Criteria in a maximum of 2 pages
  • Valid NSW Working with Children details (WWCC)

Thomas Hassall Anglican College is dedicated to maintaining a child-safe environment and is
committed to the safety, welfare and wellbeing of all children and young people entrusted to
our care. Our Child Safe Program includes A Child Safe Policy developed in alignment with the
Child Safe Standards, background screening and reference checks. We have a zero-tolerance
for child abuse and are committed to doing what we can to keep students safe from harm.


Please note applicants will be considered for interview upon receipt of application.
Appointments may be decided before the closing date.

Please forward your application to
Attention: Cathie Graydon – Director of Staff Services

Please visit our website for a full role description.


Technology and Applied Studies (TAS) Coordinator

Primary Purpose:
The Technology and Applied Studies (TAS) Coordinator will work with all staff to lead the
Strategic Plan related to improvement and innovation of the TAS Program of the Senior
School including: teaching and learning programs and communication with staff, parents and

Accountable to:
The Principal through the Deputy Principal/Head of Senior School Learning.

Directly reports to:
Director of Teaching and Learning

Relates to:
1. Deputy Principal/Head of Senior School Student Development
2. Director of Teaching and Learning
3. Academic Dean of Students
4. Director of Operations
5. Director of Student Wellbeing
6. Faculty Coordinators
7. Teaching Staff

The following staff report directly to the TAS Coordinator:
– TAS Teaching Staff

  • TAS Assistant
  • TAS/Maintenance Assistant for TAS duties

Major Responsibilities
The TAS Coordinator is responsible to the Principal through the Deputy Principal/Head of
Senior School Learning for:

  • The effective and efficient leadership, supervision, management and development of

the team of teachers assigned by the College to teach the subject;

  • The implementation of an:
  • appropriate induction program for new teachers in relation to their faculty;

– appropriate training program for staff in areas where they require – additional skills

and knowledge;

  • approach to professional development within the faculty that is relevant to the

collective needs of the team and the specific needs of individual teachers;


  • The production and on-going revision of a faculty handbook which describes the

practices and procedures pertinent to the faculty;

  • The production, implementation, regular registration and evaluation of a teaching

program for each class in the faculty – which is compliant with the relevant NESA
Syllabuses and Assessment requirements, consistent with the College ethos and suited
to the needs of the students within the class;

  • The oversight and implementation of teaching and assessment strategies suited to the

diverse needs, interests and aptitudes of the students within each class, including
strategies that assist students with learning difficulties and students with outstanding
abilities who require enrichment;

  • The implementation within the faculty of an effective assessment and reporting system;
  • The implementation of a faculty observation program to improve teacher classroom

  • The analysis of faculty results and the development of strategies to improve student
learning outcomes;

  • Oversee the efficient management of the TAS Faculty budget;
  • The delegation of responsibilities to team members;
  • The efficient ordering and management of the physical resources entrusted to the

  • Oversight of TAS faculty’s involvement in Special College Events e.g. HSC Showcase,
Setting up for HSC marking;

  • Perform any duties as is required by the Principal or his nominees from time to time;
The TAS Coordinator is also responsible to the Principal through the Deputy Principal/
Head of Senior School Learning for:

  • Assisting in the management of student discipline within Pastoral Care and classes
taught by faculty members when required in partnership with the Welfare Team;

  • Shared responsibility with other subject coordinators and senior staff for the

maintenance of high standards of student behaviour, student morale, the wearing of
the College uniform, classroom and playground cleanliness;

  • The security and tidiness of K Block within College hours.
The TAS Coordinator is expected to be present at:

  • all mandatory College events,
  • all mandatory professional development activities
  • all formal parent-teacher interview evenings
  • designated information evenings
  • designated playground duties, sports duties, assemblies, excursions, allocated

committees and camps

This role description is underpinned by the College Policies, Procedures and Guidelines

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