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Enter Role Title Here - STARTTS » Newcastle Area, Newcastle Region - Do you want to work in one of Australia’s leading organisations providing treatment and rehabilitation to torture and trauma survivors; that’s quality focused, diverse & committed to making a difference in the lives of vulnerable people in communities? Come & join us The Organisation "STARTTS is a not-for-profit Affiliated Health Organisation focused on providing a broad range of services to refugees in NSW. The focus of STARTTS approach is on building capacity and empowering people and communities to take control over their own lives, using a strengths-based approach and building on individual, family, community and cultural strengths." The Role This role provides individual/group treatment to children and adolescents and liaising with schools in the area. Position No:    1045-1 Closing date:  Monday 25 March 2024 Enquiries:        Mark Davis: R&R Team Leader on (02) 9646 6700 Work Type:      Full-time; 38 hours per week. Contract up to 30 June 2026 (Continuation subject to ongoing funding) Location:         Newcastle Vaccination Requirement: Category A. Salary:             Health Education Officer, or other relevant classification based on qualifications, experience and requirements of the role. A generous salary packaging scheme is also offered. Skills and Qualifications Required Essential: 1. Relevant tertiary qualifications in Health, Counselling, Behavioural or Social Sciences. 2. Demonstrated understanding of refugee issues, and the effects of torture and trauma on families, children, and adolescents from a refugee background. 3. Demonstrated ability to conduct individual assessment and short to medium term interventions with children and adolescents. 4. Demonstrated experience in running groups with children and adolescents. 5. Demonstrated understanding of the NSW Education system and needs of children and adolescents. 6. Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills and proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office and relevant experience in conducting training and the ability to work independently and as part of a multidisciplinary team within a multicultural environment. 7. Demonstrated advocacy and community development skills and experience. 8. Current NSW Driver’s License. Desirable Requirements: 1. Relevant experience in conducting consultancy and support to school counsellors and teachers working with refugee children and adolescents. 2. Community development skills and experience in a multicultural context. This position is considered child-related employment and will require a Working with Children Background Check and a National Police Check. VACCINATION REQUIREMENTS This role is a Category A role . It is mandatory for Category A workers to meet and maintain the vaccination criteria (as per the current NSW Health and STARTTS policies) including annual Influenza vaccinations. Two doses of an approved COVID-19 vaccine will be required to provide a record of your COVID-19 vaccination status. If successful you must provide evidence of vaccination. Additionally, vaccination and/or assessment is required for Category A workers for the following transmissible diseases – measles, mumps, rubella, varicella (chickenpox), hepatitis B, diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis (whooping cough) and tuberculosis. If successful you must also provide evidence of vaccination and/or assessment. Should you not be able to comply with vaccination requirements before your commencement date, the offer of employment may be withdrawn. If you have a medical reason for why you cannot be vaccinated, a medical contraindication evidence will be required. HOW TO APPLY To be considered for this position, please ensure you address the selection criteria as thoroughly as possible. 1. Complete a STARTTS Application for Employment Form. 2. Write a Statement Against the Selection Criteria outlining how you meet the selection criteria (see the guide “How to apply for a job at STARTTS”) 3. Submit an up-to-date Curriculum Vitae (CV) 4. Provide copies of relevant Qualifications if applicable (overseas qualification must be assessed by an appropriate Australian body to be considered) 5. Statements of Service from previous relevant roles (if applicable, please ask us for a sample) 6. A cover letter is optional. 7. Position Description 7. Email your application and supporting documents to: STTS-Jobshealth.nsw.gov.au NB: Depending on the role, if appointed, you may need a current ‘NSW Working With Children Check’ clearance, follow this link for information on how to apply of your check: https://ocg.nsw.gov.au/working-children-check/applicant • Wed, 28 FebSTARTTS
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Counselling Services Coordinator - Catholic Education Office » Rockhampton, Rockhampton Region - Position: Counselling Services Coordinator Commencement Date: As soon as able Employment Status: Full-Time Salary: $146,425 – $162,690 including 12.75% super (pending experience and qualifications) Applications Close: Friday, 22 March 2024 About us Catholic Education - Diocese of Rockhampton is committed to high quality teaching and learning for 16,600 students who are enrolled in Kindergartens, Catholic Primary Schools and Colleges from Bundaberg to Mackay and west to Longreach. With a vibrant working environment, we provide excellent benefits for staff including professional and career development opportunities that build personal and organisational capability. We celebrate diversity in our workforce, and value the knowledge and skills that a diverse range of employees bring to the workplace. Our staff are recognised as being central to achieving our mission and we have an emphasis on caring and supporting teachers in both their vocation in working with students and other aspects of their lives. Your Role Catholic Education in the Diocese of Rockhampton invites applications from suitably qualified and experienced applicants for the position of Counselling Services Coordinator. This is a full-time continuing position, with the commencement date to be negotiated with the successful applicant. The Coordinator of Counselling Services is to ensure that high quality counselling services are present in all schools and colleges in the diocese. The role holder will provide leadership and support in the area of counselling to educational communities in the Diocese of Rockhampton by: providing direction, advice and practical support to counsellors working in schools and colleges offering advice, and providing professional opinion to, the Director, CEO staff, principals and other colleagues as appropriate monitoring the quality of counselling services in all schools and colleges with a view to delivering the best quality service possible developing, maintaining and implementing documentation relevant to counselling ensuring professional knowledge, skills, interactions and networks of counsellors are promoted and advanced being future oriented, considering possible advancements and directions for counselling services in Catholic schools For more information, please view the Position Description. This position will be based in Rockhampton and will require travel within the Diocese from time to time. Please address the following selection criteria by providing a succinct, one paragraph response to each criteria:- A commitment to the ethos and values of Catholic schools. Demonstrated experience as a counsellor and extensive knowledge of counselling issues. Demonstrated experience as a leader, innovator, and problem solver. Demonstrated high level communication skills, both written and verbal. Desirable: Previous experience working within an educational environment is advantageous. About you Applications are welcome from applicants who support our ethos and possess the following: understanding of and a commitment to the ethos of a Catholic school strong communication and interpersonal skills the ability to maintain high levels of confidentiality in dealing with young people and their needs the ability to work well either individually or collaboratively in a team and to accept direction and support genuine care for the wellbeing of students adaptability and flexibility in a dynamic educational setting relevant tertiary qualifications at degree level are required Experience in working within an educational environment would be advantageous. What we offer Generous salary range of $146,425 – $162,690 including 12.75% super (pending experience and qualifications) Salary packaging options 5 weeks annual leave (pro-rata) Superannuation of 12.75% contribution Modern facilities and resources Access to long service leave after 7 years of continuous service (portability of Long Service Leave may also be applicable) Access to corporate health discounts with either Bupa or Westfund Health Insurance Excellent leave entitlements to suit various situations Induction, professional development and learning opportunities Mandatory Requirements A current valid Blue Card under the Working with Children (Risk Management and Screening) Act 2000 (WWC Act) and valid Suitability Notice is a requirement of the position. Ability to perform the physical requirements of the role in a safe manner. Australian work rights How to Apply Complete the application below Applicants must read, understand and accept, as an explicit term of contract, the requirements of the Statement of Principles for employment in Catholic Schools Upload a current resume and cover letter including contact details (phone and email) of three (3) professional referees Please ensure files are in Microsoft Word (.doc, .docx), PDF (.pdf) or photo (.jpg, .jpeg, .png) file formats. Further information For a confidential conversation please contact Michael McCusker, Assistant Director Schools: Northern Region 07 4994 8000. For further information regarding the remuneration package, please contact Employee Support Services Employmentrok.catholic.edu.au Applications during the shortlisting phase will be kept confidential. Applications Close: Friday, 22 March 2024. Catholic Education is committed to best practice in student protection policies and procedures and is an equal opportunity employer. Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply. bethedifference • Fri, 01 MarCatholic Education - Diocese of Rockhampton
Junior School Counsellor » The Rocks, Sydney - Junior School Counsellor | Sydney Upper North Shore Junior School Counsellor Term 2, 2024 Start Part-Time (ideally 4 days per week), permanent appointment Qualified and registered counsellors or psychologists are encouraged to apply K-12 Coeducational Independent School Upper North Shore Location Job Reference Number SH04112 School Profile: SchoolHouse is working in partnership with a leading K-12 Jewish co-educational school on Sydney’s North Shore. The school encourages their students to have a growth mindset and act with compassion for others. They strive to create an environment where students feel valued and nurtured to reach their full potential. Employee Benefits: Competitive remuneration Small class sizes allowing teachers and staff to focus more on student development Professional development opportunities Employment Requirements: Relevant Accreditation and WWCC (or eligibility to gain) Working Rights for Australia (or eligible to gain) including WHV or Skilled Migrant Visa Be willing to provide evidence to support your application including suitable references Contact ryan.mckenzie the-schoolhouse.com.au or call on 0403 828 955 for a confidential discussion about your career options. Alternatively, APPLY to express interest in the position. SchoolHouse is a complimentary service for teachers and school support staff. We work with schools across all sectors, states and territories to support their staffing needs. Visit https://jobs.the-schoolhouse.com.au/jobs/Careers to view all available positions. • Fri, 01 MarSchoolHouse
School Career Counselor - Wheelers Hill » Wheelers Hill, VIC - AND MENTORING AVAILABLE COMPETITIVE SALARY + ABOVE INDUSTRY SUPER + OTHER INCENTIVES About the School: Widely considered... to any school without your consent or any referees listed on your CV contacted without your permission. With locations in... • Thu, 29 FebRandstad
Enter Role Title Here - STARTTS » Newcastle Area, Newcastle Region - Do you want to work in one of Australia’s leading organisations providing treatment and rehabilitation to torture and trauma survivors; that’s quality focused, diverse & committed to making a difference in the lives of vulnerable people in communities? Come & join us The Organisation "STARTTS is a not-for-profit Affiliated Health Organisation focused on providing a broad range of services to refugees in NSW. The focus of STARTTS approach is on building capacity and empowering people and communities to take control over their own lives, using a strengths-based approach and building on individual, family, community and cultural strengths." The Role This role provides individual/group treatment to children and adolescents and liaising with schools in the area. Position No:    1045-1 Closing date:  Monday 25 March 2024 Enquiries:        Mark Davis: R&R Team Leader on (02) 9646 6700 Work Type:      Full-time; 38 hours per week. Contract up to 30 June 2026 (Continuation subject to ongoing funding) Location:         Newcastle Vaccination Requirement: Category A. Salary:             Health Education Officer, or other relevant classification based on qualifications, experience and requirements of the role. A generous salary packaging scheme is also offered. Skills and Qualifications Required Essential: 1. Relevant tertiary qualifications in Health, Counselling, Behavioural or Social Sciences. 2. Demonstrated understanding of refugee issues, and the effects of torture and trauma on families, children, and adolescents from a refugee background. 3. Demonstrated ability to conduct individual assessment and short to medium term interventions with children and adolescents. 4. Demonstrated experience in running groups with children and adolescents. 5. Demonstrated understanding of the NSW Education system and needs of children and adolescents. 6. Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills and proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office and relevant experience in conducting training and the ability to work independently and as part of a multidisciplinary team within a multicultural environment. 7. Demonstrated advocacy and community development skills and experience. 8. Current NSW Driver’s License. Desirable Requirements: 1. Relevant experience in conducting consultancy and support to school counsellors and teachers working with refugee children and adolescents. 2. Community development skills and experience in a multicultural context. This position is considered child-related employment and will require a Working with Children Background Check and a National Police Check. VACCINATION REQUIREMENTS This role is a Category A role . It is mandatory for Category A workers to meet and maintain the vaccination criteria (as per the current NSW Health and STARTTS policies) including annual Influenza vaccinations. Two doses of an approved COVID-19 vaccine will be required to provide a record of your COVID-19 vaccination status. If successful you must provide evidence of vaccination. Additionally, vaccination and/or assessment is required for Category A workers for the following transmissible diseases – measles, mumps, rubella, varicella (chickenpox), hepatitis B, diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis (whooping cough) and tuberculosis. If successful you must also provide evidence of vaccination and/or assessment. Should you not be able to comply with vaccination requirements before your commencement date, the offer of employment may be withdrawn. If you have a medical reason for why you cannot be vaccinated, a medical contraindication evidence will be required. HOW TO APPLY To be considered for this position, please ensure you address the selection criteria as thoroughly as possible. 1. Complete a STARTTS Application for Employment Form. 2. Write a Statement Against the Selection Criteria outlining how you meet the selection criteria (see the guide “How to apply for a job at STARTTS”) 3. Submit an up-to-date Curriculum Vitae (CV) 4. Provide copies of relevant Qualifications if applicable (overseas qualification must be assessed by an appropriate Australian body to be considered) 5. Statements of Service from previous relevant roles (if applicable, please ask us for a sample) 6. A cover letter is optional. 7. Position Description 7. Email your application and supporting documents to: STTS-Jobshealth.nsw.gov.au NB: Depending on the role, if appointed, you may need a current ‘NSW Working With Children Check’ clearance, follow this link for information on how to apply of your check: https://ocg.nsw.gov.au/working-children-check/applicant • Wed, 28 FebSTARTTS

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Guidance Counsellor - Our Lady of Good Counsel School, GATTON » Brisbane, QLD - School Based $97,462 to $135,964 per annum plus Super (pro rata) Part Time Continuing | 0.4FTE (2 days per week... supporting the students and school community of Our Lady of Good Counsel, GATTON in this part time continuing position... • Wed, 28 FebBrisbane Catholic School$97462 - 135964 per year
EOI - Community Education Counsellor (Identified) - Meridan State College , Education » Sunshine Coast, QLD - 5490 2666 Access the About Us: Meridan State College has an established reputation as a high performing school... and boasts a distinctive sub school structure which fosters the education of this broad age range of students in modern campuses... • Wed, 28 FebQueensland Government
Part Time School Counsellor » Ballina Area, Lismore Region - An exciting opportunity is available for a part-time School Counsellor to join our dedicated staff team. We are seeking applications from qualified counsellors to provide Christian counselling services to our students. Richmond Christian College is a small school providing big opportunities located in Ballina on the Northern Rivers of NSW. We currently have 345 students Pre-Kindy to Year 12 and our vision is to provide a Christ centred learning community exploring and impacting God’s world providing students with identity, purpose and hope. Our staff are members of local Christian churches who display a love for Jesus and others while providing a Christ-centred, biblically grounded, culturally engaging and academically rigorous education that instils hope and equips children to live for God’s glory. A full Selection Criteria and Position Description are available on our website Part-time School Counsellor . The School Counsellor Application Form and supporting documents should be emailed to the Principal’s Assistant at janelleclarke&64;richmond.nsw.edu.au. Attachments: • Tue, 27 FebRichmond Christian College
School Counsellor » Ellenbrook, WA - a passionate School Counsellor to join Ellenbrook Christian College (ECC) as soon as possible. Ellenbrook Christian College (ECC...), is a co-educational, non-denominational, independent Christian school, located in the Swan Valley. ECC is a member school... • Tue, 27 FebSwan Christian Education Association
School Counsellor » Ellenbrook, Swan Area - Swan Christian Education Association (SCEA) is seeking a passionate School Counsellor to join Ellenbrook Christian College (ECC) as soon as possible. Ellenbrook Christian College (ECC), is a co-educational, non-denominational, independent Christian school, located in the Swan Valley. ECC is a member school of the Swan Christian Education Association (SCEA) and provide learning programs for Years, Pre-Kindergarten through to Year 12. Ellenbrook Christian College is proud to be a school that takes child protection very seriously. All candidates for roles at Swan are subject to screening and assessment against child safety standards as part of our thorough recruitment process. For further details, please download the Job Description document. To apply, please click the 'Apply' button. For any further queries, please contact Marisa Streeton by phone (08) 9297 9297. • Tue, 27 FebEllenbrook Christian College
Guidance Counsellor - St Columban's College, CABOOLTURE » Brisbane, QLD - School Based $97,462 to $135,964 per annum plus Super Full Time Continuing $97,462 to $135,964 per annum... guidance and counselling team supporting the students and school community of St Columban's College, CABOOLTURE in this full... • Mon, 26 FebBrisbane Catholic School$97462 - 135964 per year
Learning Support Co-ordinator - Garnsey Campus » Mount Taylor, East Gippsland - Gippsland Grammar provides an outstanding contemporary, holistic education where our community has a shared understanding of what we learn, how we learn and who we teach. Our School culture is centred around our core values of Compassion, Leadership, Excellence, Responsibility and Respect and develops people of character who act with integrity and wisdom. We are seeking an experienced teacher to coordinate our Learning Support program at Garnsey Campus (Senior School). Broadly, the role will involve: Exemplary literacy and numeracy teaching within an intervention framework or situation Targeting and needs-based curriculum/program design, development and implementation Working alongside the School Counsellor to support the emotional well-being of students with additional needs Effective communication with students, teachers, and parents Co-ordination of Learning Assistant timetables and support on campus Ideally, the successful candidate will be qualified in inclusive education, able to demonstrate a working knowledge of best practice in this area, hold current VIT registration, along with possessing a positive outlook and the demonstrated ability to build authentic, collaborative relationships. Gippsland Grammar is a child safe environment. Every child has a right to be safe, and at the School, we take a zero-tolerance approach to any behaviours that jeopardise student safety (including child abuse and reportable conduct). As such, preferred applicants will be subject to child protection screening, background and reference checks, verification of identity checks and must adhere to the School’s child safe practices, as outlined in the Child Protection Program policies on the School’s website. See the position description for further information regarding this role's requirements, duties and responsibilities and visit www.gippslandgrammar.au to find out more about our School. Applications will be considered as received therfore early lodgement is recommended. Applications must include: A Covering letter that states why you are applying for the position and addresses the key selection criteria (contained within the position description). Please note this should not exceed four pages. A current resume or Curriculum Vitae outlining your personal and contact details, qualifications, relevant work history (including dates/period of employment and summary of duties and responsibilities), education and professional memberships (maximum three pages). Name and contact details for three work related referees (note it is possible during the recruitment process you are asked for a fourth – particularly if you have not listed your current manager as a referee). Only persons with unlimited rights to work in Australia need apply. To apply online, please click on the green APPLY link. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Michelle McDougall on 03 5143 6388, quoting Ref No. 1134997. • Thu, 22 Feb
College Counsellor » South Brisbane, Brisbane - • Catholic School in the Edmund Rice Tradition • Central location in Brisbane St Laurence&39;s College is a Catholic School in the Edmund Rice Tradition, with an enrolment of over 2,000 boys from Years 5 to 12. Applications are invited for a Counsellor to join our Counselling Team, commencing as soon as possible (or as negotiated with the successful candidate in line with notice requirements) . The College Counsellor provides individual and group counselling services to students. The Counsellor is required to utilise professional counselling skills to address the relevant educational, personal and social needs of students within the school setting. The College Counsellor operates as an integral part of the school&39;s educational team and provides services which are negotiated with and authorised by the Principal in support of the Mission of the College. The College Counsellor works under the professional guidance and direction of the Dean of Pastoral Care (Senior School). The successful candidate will require: A Bachelors degree in Psychology, Counselling or other related field. Exceptions will be made in the case of extensive experience, although some educational experience will still be required. (Please state any in-service training or other training completed). Knowledge of, and experience in, counselling and adolescent development, particularly in relation to the education of boys. Ability to deliver services within a child protection framework including; a knowledge of a range of intervention techniques and the application of a framework of practice. Demonstrated strong administration skills; having the ability to work autonomously Ability to work in a team environment. Our College creates opportunities for every student to discover who he is meant to be. A leader in boys’ education since 1915, our School has built an outstanding reputation for our commitment to educational excellence in the tradition of Edmund Rice. Applicants are expected to actively support the Christian ethos of this Catholic College. A detailed Position Description is attached to this advertisement or can be accessed on our College website www.slc.qld.edu.au - under &39;Employment&39;. Applicants can apply through the electronic application on the website. A current Paid Blue Card will be required for this position. Applications, including a covering letter addressing the Selection Criteria, together with a current Curriculum Vitae and the names of two professional referees, should be received no later than 9.00am on Monday, 3 March 2024. Enquiries may be directed to: Ms Lorraine Kopp Director of Human Resources Ph. 3010 1165 Email: employment&64;slc.qld.edu.au Attachments: • Wed, 21 FebSt Laurence's College
Pastoral Care Worker » Taree, Greater Taree Area - Posted: 20/02/2024 Closing Date: 23/02/2024 Job Type: Temporary Location: Taree Job Category: Education, Childcare & Training St Joseph's Primary School, Taree is seeking a Temporary Part Time (14hrs per week) Pastoral Care Worker to join the team for 2024. St Joseph’s Primary School, Taree is a unique school community that celebrates and appreciates the rich cultural diversity of its students. Surrounded by a picturesque, bushland setting on several hectares of carefully maintained park-like grounds, St Joseph's enjoys strong links between the school and broader community. St Joseph’s provides flexible learning environments allowing for both collaborative and personalised learning so students can reach their full potential. Job Description Pastoral care is defined in the Project Agreement with the Commonwealth Government as the practice of looking after the personal needs of students, not just their academic needs, through the provision of general spiritual and personal advice. Pastoral care workers support the Pastoral Care of students by providing: pastoral care services strategies that support the wellbeing of the broader school community. NSCP, 2019, 10. (Guidelines on NSW Arrangements for 2020–2022). The role of the pastoral care worker will vary depending on the needs of the individual schools and their communities. Therefore, schools are encouraged to shape the role of the position according to local needs and the capacities of the incumbent. Desired Skills and Experience EXPERIENCE/CRITERIA Be a Catholic Have an understanding and willingness to support and follow the Catholic Identity and mission of the school, and have a good understanding of Catholic schools and the wider community Be an ethical, respected individual within and outside the school Have excellent interpersonal skills and ability to collaborate and work effectively in teams with the Principal, the Parish Priest or his representative, the teaching staff, parents, the Learning Support Teacher, Learning Support Assistants, the school Counsellor, and the broader community Demonstrate good organisational ability and proved capacity to work effectively in a school environment Be competent and capable in monitoring and reporting requirements of CSO and NSCP Ability to prioritise the wellbeing of students and families Comply with the Child Protection (Working with Children) Act 2012 (NSW) and all related laws concerning child protection QUALIFICATIONS Current paid NSW Working with Children Check (WWCC) number Completion of anaphylaxis training Meet NSCP minimum qualification requirements (a Certificate IV in Youth Work or Pastoral Care or equivalent) CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT Salary is in accordance with New South Wales & Australian Capital Territory Catholic Systemic Schools Enterprise Agreement 2020. BENEFITS OF WORKING WITH US Work in quality schools where students are nurtured, challenged and encouraged to excel and grow A corporate fitness program through Fitness Passport Employee assistance program (EAP) Training and staff development programs Paid parental leave for eligible employees Access to long service leave after just five years for eligible employees. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION Contact Brooke Stephens, Principal on Tel: (02) 6557 7031 or via email: brooke.stephensmn.catholic.edu.au TO APPLY Please provide a cover letter along with your resume Within your cover letter address each of the selection criteria as listed under EXPERIENCE/CRITERIA above and ensure your response to each criteria is no longer than 300 words. Please note, not adequately addressing the selection criteria may result in your application not being shortlisted. Applications close: Friday 23rd February at 11.59pm Additional information The Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle is committed to safeguarding children and vulnerable persons and preventing those in our care from suffering abuse or neglect. It is committed to implementing and maintaining compliance with the NSW Child Safe Standards and the National Catholic Safeguarding Standards and takes a zero-tolerance approach to abuse of children or vulnerable persons. All who work in the name of the Diocese must comply with the Diocesan Safeguarding Framework Policy and act in accordance with the Diocese’s Code of Conduct which includes the Diocese’s Safeguarding Commitment Statement. Employees are required to undergo a National Police Check and retain a valid NSW Working with Children Check where necessary, in accordance with legislation. • Wed, 21 FebCatholic Schools Office, Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle
School Counsellor » Alice Springs, Alice Springs Area - Professional 1 (Remuneration Package Range $78,457 - $100,450) (including salary $66,904 - $85,700)Professional 2 (Remuneration Package Range $103,336 - $123,207) (including salary $88,204 - $105,445)Student Wellbeing and Inclusion Programs and Services, Client ServicesOngoing vacancies available in various locations throughout the Northern TerritorySelection will be made at the P1 or P2 level depending on the experience/qualifications of the successful applicant. About the team:Work in a multidisciplinary team supporting schools in regional networks to implement best practice wellbeing and inclusion approaches to improve learning outcomes for students with diverse needs.About the role:The School counsellor is an essential position providing professional expertise and evidence-based practices to build the capacity and understanding of student wellbeing and safety. This is a front-line position supporting and assessing vulnerable young people and schools to improve the wellbeing and safety of students.Various positions are available and will be based in the Darwin office, Palmerston office, Katherine office, Nhulunbuy Education office and Alice Springs. These positions include both ongoing and fixed term opportunities.To be successful you will need a degree in social work and eligibility as a social worker with the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW), OR, a degree in psychology and registration as a psychologist with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).What you’ll get in return: Attractive salary package 6 weeks recreational leave, 3 weeks personal leave and recreation leave loading allowanceStudy and professional learning opportunities to develop your career and professional practiceWork with a dynamic multidisciplinary teamReal opportunities for long term employment with the Northern Territory GovernmentRelocation allowance for suitable intrastate and interstate candidatesCorporate-based conditions apply to this position. The applicant must hold or be able to obtain a Working with Children Notice Clearance and an NT driver’s licence. Visits to remote schools may necessitate travel by four-wheel drive vehicle on unsealed roads or light aircraft and include overnight stays in remote communities of up to four days. Four-wheel drive training will be provided by the NT Department of Education. About the location:https://boundlesspossible.nt.gov.au/about/the-territory https://Live your best life in the Territory https://theterritory.com.au/live/why-move-to-the-territory The Northern Territory, Australia For further information about this vacancy please contact Jessica Nowak Director Client Services on 0499 790 424 or jessica.nowakeducation.nt.gov.au Quote vacancy number: 46503Closing date: 10/03/2024Applications should consist of a one-page summary sheet, resume / CV and copies of relevant qualifications.For a copy of the Job Description or to view career opportunities in the Northern Territory Government please visit https://jobs.nt.gov.au/Home/Search • Tue, 20 FebDepartment of Education
School Counsellor » Katherine, Northern Territory - Professional 1 (Remuneration Package Range $78,457 - $100,450) (including salary $66,904 - $85,700)Professional 2 (Remuneration Package Range $103,336 - $123,207) (including salary $88,204 - $105,445)Student Wellbeing and Inclusion Programs and Services, Client ServicesOngoing vacancies available in various locations throughout the Northern TerritorySelection will be made at the P1 or P2 level depending on the experience/qualifications of the successful applicant. About the team:Work in a multidisciplinary team supporting schools in regional networks to implement best practice wellbeing and inclusion approaches to improve learning outcomes for students with diverse needs.About the role:The School counsellor is an essential position providing professional expertise and evidence-based practices to build the capacity and understanding of student wellbeing and safety. This is a front-line position supporting and assessing vulnerable young people and schools to improve the wellbeing and safety of students.Various positions are available and will be based in the Darwin office, Palmerston office, Katherine office, Nhulunbuy Education office and Alice Springs. These positions include both ongoing and fixed term opportunities.To be successful you will need a degree in social work and eligibility as a social worker with the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW), OR, a degree in psychology and registration as a psychologist with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).What you’ll get in return: Attractive salary package 6 weeks recreational leave, 3 weeks personal leave and recreation leave loading allowanceStudy and professional learning opportunities to develop your career and professional practiceWork with a dynamic multidisciplinary teamReal opportunities for long term employment with the Northern Territory GovernmentRelocation allowance for suitable intrastate and interstate candidatesCorporate-based conditions apply to this position. The applicant must hold or be able to obtain a Working with Children Notice Clearance and an NT driver’s licence. Visits to remote schools may necessitate travel by four-wheel drive vehicle on unsealed roads or light aircraft and include overnight stays in remote communities of up to four days. Four-wheel drive training will be provided by the NT Department of Education. About the location:https://boundlesspossible.nt.gov.au/about/the-territory https://Live your best life in the Territory https://theterritory.com.au/live/why-move-to-the-territory The Northern Territory, Australia For further information about this vacancy please contact Jessica Nowak Director Client Services on 0499 790 424 or jessica.nowakeducation.nt.gov.au Quote vacancy number: 46503Closing date: 10/03/2024Applications should consist of a one-page summary sheet, resume / CV and copies of relevant qualifications.For a copy of the Job Description or to view career opportunities in the Northern Territory Government please visit https://jobs.nt.gov.au/Home/Search • Tue, 20 FebDepartment of Education
Parent Engagement Coordinator - North Shore » Pennant Hills, Hornsby Area - With students at the centre of everything we do, our purpose is to inspire hearts and minds to know Christ and grow in faith. We encourage students to use their talents to be the best they can be. In order to help support this vision, we are looking for an inspiring and faith-led Parent Engagement Coordinator (PEC). The PEC role has been developed in direct response to community feedback and aligned with the towards 2025 strategy to strengthen family, school and diocesan relationships. This process was undertaken in consultation with key stakeholders; CSBB leaders, principals, parents, clergy, Catholic care and the chancery. This part time position will play a crucial role in building and maintaining a welcoming, respectful community, while strengthening relationships between school, parents/families and the wider catholic community. The PEC must be adaptable, creative and able to customise their work to meet the diverse needs of the community and respond to parent feedback. PEC will primarily work in partnership with a range of stakeholders: the principal, parents/carers/families, school counsellor, Catholic Care, Parish priest and the Religious Education Coordinator/Youth Minister. The PEC will work in two focus areas; supporting Family Wellbeing to promote learning & engaging all families in the Catholic school community. If you are someone passionate about strengthening family, school, parish, and Diocesan relationships this might be the right opportunity for you, providing a potential pathway to other leadership positions. This is a permanent, part-time (0.3 FTE) role. The suitable applicant can also work across two schools within the same parish (0.6FTE). Reporting to the Principal (with guidance from the Parish Priest), the PEC will be expected to work 0.3 FTE across the school and the parish. During this engagement, the successful candidate will work one full day at the school and half day across the school and the Parish as required each week. The successful candidate will be required to work during the school holidays. The following locations are seeking applications for a PEC: Mercy Catholic College, Chatswood St Agatha&39;s Catholic Primary School, Pennant Hills The PEC will operate in the following two focus areas: Supporting Family Wellbeing to promote learning Engaging all families in the Catholic school community to achieve better learning outcomes in response to parent feedback Role Responsibilities: Develop genuine/mutually respectful relationships with families/parents in the parish/school community Facilitate, coordinate and communicate, and where necessary organise and implement activities and programs to meet the spiritual and well-being needs of the families/parents in the school/parish community Build links and connections between primary and secondary through Youth ministry and Diocesan initiatives to better support transition and the K-12 pathways offered by CSBB Establishing and strengthening links with school counsellors and Catholic Care as key referral professionals Essential Criteria: Tertiary Qualification in Education, Welfare, Health, Pastoral Ministry or related disciplines Experience working in education and/or pastoral ministry would be desirable (e.g. sacramental program, parent education programs) Valid Working with Children Check for paid employment purpose Current NSW driver’s licence Comprehensively insured motor vehicle Application Process: Applications for Parent Engagement Coordinator positions are to include: A one-page cover letter addressing your interest in the role, essential criteria and preference of school location A resume including personal details, qualifications, work history and experience Send your completed application to careers&64;dbb.catholic.edu.au If you have any questions or would like to request a copy of the position description, feel free to contact the Talent Team on careers&64;dbb.catholic.edu.au We cannot wait to read your application All applications are welcome, however please be aware that applications submitted after the closing date may not be considered. Position on COVID-19 vaccinations Given the current management of risks associated with COVID-19 in the community, and the gradual wind-back of some settings, CSBB has decided to no longer require all staff to be fully vaccinated, effective 19 September 2022. Staff who are not vaccinated will be required to wear masks when working with children at greater risk of serious illness owing to a medical condition and/or physical disability. Catholic Schools Broken Bay promotes a culture of safety and care for children and young people. The Diocesan Office for Safeguarding Charter provides overarching principles that ensure children and young people are at the centre of the work we do and that every child and young person is encouraged to have a voice and participate in their community to their fullest potential. All employees must be aware of the Diocesan Office for Safeguarding Charter and be committed to organisational child safe standards and practice. Successful applicants for child-related roles must meet the requirements of the Working with Children Check. • Mon, 19 FebCatholic Schools Broken Bay
Parent Engagement Coordinator - Northern Beaches » Pennant Hills, Hornsby Area - With students at the centre of everything we do, our purpose is to inspire hearts and minds to know Christ and grow in faith. We encourage students to use their talents to be the best they can be. In order to help support this vision, we are looking for an inspiring and faith-led Parent Engagement Coordinator (PEC). The PEC role has been developed in direct response to community feedback and aligned with the towards 2025 strategy to strengthen family, school and diocesan relationships. This process was undertaken in consultation with key stakeholders; CSBB leaders, principals, parents, clergy, Catholic care and the chancery. This part time position will play a crucial role in building and maintaining a welcoming, respectful community, while strengthening relationships between school, parents/families and the wider catholic community. The PEC must be adaptable, creative and able to customise their work to meet the diverse needs of the community and respond to parent feedback. PEC will primarily work in partnership with a range of stakeholders: the principal, parents/carers/families, school counsellor, Catholic Care, Parish priest and the Religious Education Coordinator/Youth Minister. The PEC will work in two focus areas; supporting Family Wellbeing to promote learning & engaging all families in the Catholic school community. If you are someone passionate about strengthening family, school, parish, and Diocesan relationships this might be the right opportunity for you, providing a potential pathway to other leadership positions. This is a permanent, part-time (0.3 FTE) role. The suitable applicant can also work across two schools within the same parish (0.6FTE). Reporting to the Principal (with guidance from the Parish Priest), the PEC will be expected to work 0.3 FTE across the school and the parish. During this engagement, the successful candidate will work one full day at the school and half day across the school and the Parish as required each week. The successful candidate will be required to work during the school holidays. The following locations are seeking applications for a PEC: St John the Apostle Catholic Primary School, Narraweena St Kevin&39;s Catholic Primary School, Dee Why St Joseph&39;s Catholic Primary School, Narrabeen St Paul&39;s Catholic College, Manly Maria Regina Catholic Primary School, Avalon Mater Maria Catholic College, Warriewood The PEC will operate in the following two focus areas: Supporting Family Wellbeing to promote learning Engaging all families in the Catholic school community to achieve better learning outcomes in response to parent feedback Role Responsibilities: Develop genuine/mutually respectful relationships with families/parents in the parish/school community Facilitate, coordinate and communicate, and where necessary organise and implement activities and programs to meet the spiritual and well-being needs of the families/parents in the school/parish community Build links and connections between primary and secondary through Youth ministry and Diocesan initiatives to better support transition and the K-12 pathways offered by CSBB Establishing and strengthening links with school counsellors and Catholic Care as key referral professionals Essential Criteria: Tertiary Qualification in Education, Welfare, Health, Pastoral Ministry or related disciplines Experience working in education and/or pastoral ministry would be desirable (e.g. sacramental program, parent education programs) Valid Working with Children Check for paid employment purpose Current NSW driver’s licence Comprehensively insured motor vehicle Application Process: Applications for Parent Engagement Coordinator positions are to include: A one-page cover letter addressing your interest in the role, essential criteria and preference of school location A resume including personal details, qualifications, work history and experience Send your completed application to careers&64;dbb.catholic.edu.au If you have any questions or would like to request a copy of the position description, feel free to contact the Talent Team on careers&64;dbb.catholic.edu.au We cannot wait to read your application All applications are welcome, however please be aware that applications submitted after the closing date may not be considered. New position on COVID-19 vaccinations Given the current management of risks associated with COVID-19 in the community, and the gradual wind-back of some settings, CSBB has decided to no longer require all staff to be fully vaccinated, effective 19 September 2022. Staff who are not vaccinated will be required to wear masks when working with children at greater risk of serious illness owing to a medical condition and/or physical disability. Catholic Schools Broken Bay promotes a culture of safety and care for children and young people. The Diocesan Office for Safeguarding Charter provides overarching principles that ensure children and young people are at the centre of the work we do and that every child and young person is encouraged to have a voice and participate in their community to their fullest potential. All employees must be aware of the Diocesan Office for Safeguarding Charter and be committed to organisational child safe standards and practice. Successful applicants for child-related roles must meet the requirements of the Working with Children Check. • Mon, 19 FebCatholic Schools Broken Bay
Child & Family Health Registered Nurse - Children & Communities » Sydney, Sydney Region - Employment Type : Permanent Part Time Position Classification : Registered Nurse Remuneration : $35.33 - $49.60 per hour plus Superannuation Hours Per Week : 11 Requisition ID : REQ469472 The vision for South Eastern Sydney Local Health District (SESLHD) is ‘ exceptional care, healthier lives ’. SESLHD is committed to enabling our community to be healthy and well, and to providing the best possible compassionate care when people need it.   Child & Family Health Nurse, Children and Communities, coordinates and delivers high quality nursing care to clients of the Child Youth and Family Service consistent with SESLHD policies, procedures and standards. The Child & Family Health Nurse will have post-graduate qualifications in Child and Family Health to enable them to work within a primary health care model aimed at providing children aged 0 to 7 years with a comprehensive service. The scope of Child & Family Health Nurse role is to: Assess, plan, organise, evaluate and deliver holistic quality nursing care in accordance with the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Council (ANMC) National Competency Standards competencies and/or Australian Council of Midwives (ACM) guidelines, NSW Health and SESLHD policies and procedures, to achieve patient/client health outcome. Provide health promotion activities and Child and Family Health Nursing clinical nursing services. This involves undertaking physical, emotional and psychosocial assessments to identify family's strengths and vulnerabilities to enable early identification and referral to appropriate interventions and social supports. Work with early learning educators, principals, teaching staff, Learning and Support teams, school counsellors/ psychologists, general practice and local health and interagency agencies to deliver services to priority communities. Contribute to care coordination of children and families by providing short term management, including active follow up for referrals. Employment of a temporary visa holder may only occur if no suitable permanent resident or citizen of Australia has been identified for this position following suitable labour market testing. All workers and new recruits are required to receive 2 doses of a Therapeutic Goods Administration approved or recognised COVID-19 vaccine to commence employment/ engagement or continue to work within a NSW Health service. A worker and new recruit will be considered compliant if they have a medical contraindication to all available Therapeutic Goods Administration approved or recognised COVID-19 vaccines and provide medical contraindication evidence in line with the policy requirements. In addition, all Category A workers and new recruits are required to receive one dose of the seasonal influenza vaccine annually to be considered compliant. Category A workers and new recruits who are non-compliant with seasonal influenza vaccination or have a medical contraindication to influenza or COVID-19 vaccinations must comply with all other infection control risk reduction strategies as directed while working in a Category A position. SESLHD is committed to creating a workplace that reflects the diversity of our community. This will help ensure our employees, our patients and their carers, feel supported. We encourage people from different backgrounds to apply. Support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates We welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates and we have an Aboriginal Employment Consultant that can provide support. If you have any questions or would like guidance on the recruitment process, please contact the SESLHD Aboriginal Employment Team via email to: SESLHD-AboriginalWorkforcehealth.nsw.gov.au Current registration as a Registered Nurse with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia, and relevant postgraduate qualifications related to the specialty area of Child and Family Health. Demonstrated ability to work autonomously as well as work in a multidisciplinary (nursing, medical, allied health) and multiagency (health, education, early childhood services and non-government organisations) team environment. Demonstrated ability to work in partnership with families within a primary health care setting. Demonstrated experience in working with priority populations, specifically culturally and linguistically diverse communities. Demonstrated experience in working with priority populations, specifically culturally and linguistically diverse communities. Detailed knowledge and understanding of risk management, safety and quality principles and the role of the Registered Nurse in applying these principles. Basic computer skills and proven ability to use health information systems. Current unrestricted NSW driver's Licence with a willingness to travel in accordance with the demands of the position). Need more information?   1) Click here for the Position Description and SESLHD Expected Standards   2) Find out more about applying for this position For role related queries or questions, please contact Tania Rimes via email Tania.Rimeshealth.nsw.gov.au Applications Close: 3 March 2024 • Mon, 19 FebSouth Eastern Sydney Local Health District
Senior School - Psychologist » West Ipswich, Ipswich - Ipswich Girls’ Grammar School including Ipswich Junior Grammar School offers high quality, non-denominational education to students from Kindy to Year 12 (co-education from Kindy to Year 6, girls only Years 7-12). Established in 1892, the School is one of eight original Grammar Schools in Queensland. At Ipswich Girls’ Grammar School including Ipswich Junior Grammar School we aim to educate students to become confident, well-educated global citizens and we pride ourselves on providing a personalised, holistic education with a focus on academic excellence. THE OPPORTUNITY Working with the School’s extensive Pastoral Care team, you will provide professional counselling services and proactive and preventative interventions to primary and secondary school students and their parents, including students who live onsite as part of our Boarding House community. Reporting to the Dean of Students, the successful candidate will promote mental health and wellbeing as well as supporting the management of students with emotional and behavioural challenges. You will also be required to identify, support, and refer for further treatment young people who may be challenged by mental health and related school and family complexities. This is a part-time (0.5FTE) term time role commencing Term 2 or earlier if available. Flexible hours may also be available to support the service, with paid school vacation periods with some ‘on-call’ requirements if required. Core areas of focus for this role include, but are not limited to: Managing the provision of social, emotional, and academic support to improve the learning opportunities and outcomes for all students. Work with key stakeholders and use a range of strategies and interventions to support the outcomes for children and young people. Effective and efficient management of resources to achieve agreed pastoral care outcomes. Your experience and/or ability to work within a complex school environment will support your success in this space. This role is open to trained child Psychologists or suitably qualified Teachers with relevant postgraduate qualifications in Psychology. WHAT YOU WILL BRING To be successful in this role, you will have proven experience as a Psychologist or suitably qualified Teacher / School Counsellor in an educational setting with a focus on prevention, intervention, and student learning, as well as: Ability to facilitate proactive and preventative practices and initiatives that promote social, emotional, and educational development and the mental health and wellbeing in children and young people. Experience within an educational environment would be highly advantageous. Proven experience managing counselling and consulting services for students (with personal, social, emotional, vocational, and educational needs) with a focus on prevention, intervention, and student learning. Experience in providing support and leadership in response to student protection issues, critical incidents, and risk management. Demonstrated experience providing psycho-educational and other assessments as required Highly developed communication and interpersonal skills, including conflict resolution and negotiation capabilities. Demonstrated high order capability in the provision of effective school administration. Current full registration with the Psychology Board of Australia and/or Queensland College of Teachers with relevant postgraduate qualifications in Psychology and/or Guidance and Counselling (Masters level ideally) Culture fit and attitude are also highly important to us, so a passion for the work you do and the ability to understand and work within our vision, mission and values is paramount to your success in this role. APPLY NOW If this sounds like you and you are interested in joining a highly respected school community, click the APPLY NOW button via SEEK and provide a copy of your CV, three referees, and a cover letter addressed to the Deputy Principal outlining your experience as it relates to this role. Please address the selection criteria (over no more than two pages), contained within the Position Description, which can be found at the bottom of the advertising or on the School’s website Careers | Ipswich Girls' Grammar School (iggs.qld.edu.au) . Applications that do not address the selection criteria may not progress to the next stage of the recruitment process. The successful candidate will benefit from our above award conditions, access to Salary Sacrificing benefits including additional superannuation opportunities, amazing professional development opportunities and wellness initiatives (e.g., onsite fitness centre), onsite parking and a supportive and engaging work environment. We thank you for taking the time to send us your application for this role. We assess every application and will contact you directly if you are successful in moving to the next stage. To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Kerri Walsh on 0734544428, quoting Ref No. 1158903. • Mon, 19 FebIpswich Girls Grammar School
New Street Counsellor - Aboriginal » Erina, NSW - and external stakeholders in the areas of risk assessment, recidivism and safety planning in a variety of settings such as school... • Mon, 19 FebNSW Health
Deputy Principal » Ellenbrook, Swan Area - Independent Public School - North Metropolitan Education Region Ellenbrook Primary School Deputy Principal 00013172 Level 3, $125,850 - $137,715 per annum (SEA GA 2021) Advertised Vacancy Number: IPS/DP857708 This is a permanent full-time position commencing Term 2, 2024 Ellenbrook Primary School (PS) is seeking a highly motivated educator with excellent leadership qualities for the role of Deputy Principal - Student Services. Under the Principal's direction and working with the executive team, the Deputy Principal should provide educational leadership in the school and the community by developing and promoting the school's Vision, Business Plan and strategic directions across the school community. A significant responsibility of the Deputy Principal is to embed and maintain aspects of the school culture that promote positive relationships between students and staff and engages parents, caregivers and the wider community in the educational work of the school. As Ellenbrook PS has an explicit teaching focus, the successful applicant will ideally display aptitude for this philosophy and embrace our highly developed pedagogical practices. As our Deputy Principal, you should coordinate and liaise with Curriculum and Student Services Leaders in content following our whole school priorities. The successful applicant should also possess extensive knowledge in whole school approaches to curriculum, data analysis, and the ability to successfully assist staff with identifying key areas of focus to support the school's Vision, Business Plan and Operational Plans. It is recommended that applicants have an understanding of the Ellenbrook PS Business Plan, Instructional handbook, Instructional Coaching focus, policies and procedures, which are on the Ellenbrook PS website. Leading of the school Student Services team across the school is a high priority in this role and includes the coordination of school psychologist, Chaplain, Aboriginal and Islander Education Officer, Speech Therapist and school counsellors. At Ellenbrook PS we prepare children for lifelong learning by providing a positive, caring and cooperative environment that promotes equality, respect, creativity, self-esteem and the pursuit of personal excellence. Located in the rapidly growing north eastern corridor of Perth, Ellenbrook PS is the oldest, largest and most established primary school in the Ellenbrook area. This selection process will initially be used to fill the above vacancy. Applicants assessed as suitable during this selection process may be considered for other similar vacancies that occur throughout our school for up to 12 months following this initial appointment. This includes circumstances where this position becomes subsequently vacant should the successful applicant decline or vacate the advertised position. To be suitable for this role, you will need to demonstrate the following work related requirements: Capacity to provide effective leadership in a diverse range of educational settings; High level of interpersonal and public relations skills that demonstrate the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships to achieve planned outcomes; Professional knowledge and the ability to apply this knowledge to ensure a high level of educational outcomes for all students (e.g. Aboriginal students, students from diverse ethnic backgrounds and students with special needs). Capacity to manage staff, physical and financial resources. Applications will be assessed against the work related requirements of the position. The business needs of the school may also be considered. It is therefore recommended that you consider all information contained in the advertisement and any other related information before applying for the vacancy. The Department is an equal opportunity employer and encourages people with disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and persons from culturally diverse backgrounds to apply. Further information about Ellenbrook Primary School can be found by visiting ellenbrookps.wa.edu.au or Schools Online Additional information about Independent Public Schools is also available here For further job related information: Please contact Tony Shields, Principal by telephoning 0427 908 806 or emailing anthony.shieldseducation.wa.edu.au Application Instructions All applications are submitted online. Select " • Sun, 18 FebWestern Australia Government
Secondary Teaching Positions | Gold Coast » Bundall, Gold Coast - Primary and Secondary Teachers | Term 2, 2024 SchoolHouse is working in partnership with a number of schools across the Gold Coast and wider Queensland seeking graduate, early career and experienced teachers for contract and permanent positions commencing in or before Term 2, 2024. If you are looking for a new opportunity, please email anthony.steelethe-schoolhouse.com.au quoting the relevant SH for a confidential discussion about your options, or click ‘apply’ below. All roles are full-time unless specified otherwise. Gold Coast SH3916 | English & Humanities Teacher SH4004 | Middle School Maths & Science Teacher SH3587 | Middle School Maths & Science Teacher SH3981 | Music Teacher Brisbane & Ipswich SH3655 | English & Humanities Teacher SH4027 | English & Humanities Teacher SH4023 | English & Legal Studies Teacher SH3941 | History Teacher SH3490 | Legal Studies Teacher SH3861 | Mathematics Teacher SH3948 | Mathematics Teacher SH3994 | M athematics Teacher SH3946 | Maths & Science Teacher SH4022 | Mathematics Teacher – Specialist and Methods SH3812 | Middle School Mathematics Teacher SH3816 | Science Teacher (Part Time) SH3749 | General Science Teacher SH4007 | Biology & Middle Years Maths Teacher SH3581 | Design Technology Teacher SH3897 | Design Technology Teacher SH3940 | Digital Technology Teacher SH3935 | Digital Technology Teacher SH3597 | Food Technology Teacher SH4021 | Director of Finance Darling Downs Region SH3701 | Kindergarten Centre Director SH3498 | Music Teacher SH3828 | School Counsellor Central Queensland & Coastal Region SH3813 | Middle School Teacher SH3286 | Middle Years Maths/Science/PE Teacher SH2529 | Agricultural Science Teacher SH3671 | Head of Department – Agriculture Townsville, Cairns and surrounding areas SH3289 | Business Manager SH4028 | Acting Head of Department – Health & Physical Education SH2644 | Chemistry Teacher SH3563 | Design Technology Teacher SH2865 | English and Humanities Teacher SH3995 | English and/or Business Teacher SH3815 | Health & Physical Education teacher SH3331 | Mathematics Teacher SH3564 | Primary Teacher SH3332 | Science Teacher SH3752 | Secondary Teacher SH3166 | Visual Art Teacher To be considered for roles, applicants must hold (or be eligible for) QCT registration and have working rights in Australia. SchoolHouse is a complimentary service for teachers and school support staff. We work with schools across all sectors, states and territories to support their staffing needs. Visit https://jobs.the-schoolhouse.com.au/jobs/Careers to view all available positions. • Thu, 15 FebSchoolHouse
Full-Time Contract | Wellbeing Counsellor | Y Schools Senior Redlands » Victoria Point, Redland Area - We believe in the power of inspired young people. The YMCA Vocational Schools draw on our fundamental values of honesty, responsibility, respect and care, to create a nurturing learning environment to support our students prepare for the future. YMCA Wellbeing Services aim to improve young people's access and engagement with education through developing mental wellbeing. We achieve this through the provision of best practice individualised support pathways, including psychological intervention, counselling and case management support. In addition, we deliver evidence-based wellbeing group programs, both proactive and developmentally focused, that meet the needs of children and young people. We are recruiting a Wellbeing Counsellor to join the team at Y Schools Senior Redlands Campus on a fixed term, full-time basis until 13 December 2024. ABOUT THE ROLEWellbeing Counsellors work within Y Schools, supporting adolescents who have disengaged from mainstream education.The responsibilities of a Wellbeing Counsellor includes: Deliver brief counselling interventions to reduce barriers to education, including but not limited to mental health symptomology, hyperactivity and learning disorders In accordance with YMCA's Thrive framework, co-design and/or deliver evidence-based group programs aimed at prevention or early intervention of barriers to education, including anxiety, interpersonal communication, hyperactivity, anger and substance misuse Work collaboratively under Thrive to create evidence-based educational resources and individualised learning support to students, staff, parents and care givers, as well as team members outside of the Wellbeing team Support student learning by coordinating assessments and creating Personal Education Plans with teaching staff to accommodate health symptomology, developmental disorders, challenging behaviours and learning differences in order to maximise student outcomes Provide additional-needs resourcing for students requiring cognitive, sensory, social and emotional assistance SELECTION CRITERIAThe ideal candidate will demonstrate the following: Tertiary qualifications in Counselling and/or Psychology and must be fully registered or able to be registered with the Australian Counselling Association and/or Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia Highly developed skills and experience in working with young people to provide strategic support that enables students to improve their social-emotional, academic and vocational capacities Demonstrated expertise in evidence based, trauma-informed practices to support young people experiencing difficulties related to mental health, development disorders, cognitive impairment and/or other similar conditions Sound knowledge of computer systems including proficient use of Microsoft Office suite WHY THE Y? At YMCA Queensland, we offer you more than just a job; we promise you a purposeful and fulfilling career where together we create a brighter, healthier future for our communities. If you are passionate about making a difference, we encourage you to become a part of something inspiring. In addition to working in a truly inclusive culture where diversity is celebrated, we also offer the following perks: Add to your take-home pay with salary packaging of up to $15,900 per annum plus meal and entertainment salary packaging up to $2,650 Free YMCA gym membership with no additional cost to attend a wide range of classes, including yoga, boxing, HIIT and more Discounted rates at our childcare facilities, with a network of almost 60 centres across Queensland How about a staycation? Receive discounted rates at the George Williams Hotel in Brisbane CBD Enjoy discounted rates on selected healthcare through Medibank Private Free online counselling sessions for employees and their immediate family through the Y's Employee Assistance Program Exclusive rates, discounts and lifestyle benefits through our Workplace Banking partnership with Commbank Subsidised car parking when based at the Fortitude Valley office APPLICATIONS To apply, please submit your resume and a cover letter detailing how your experience meets the selection criteria. Our Commitment At The Y, we are committed to empowering all Children and Young People to feel safe and be safe; at The Y, in their families and in their communities. As such, we ensure that all of our candidates are appropriately screened (including police checks) to make sure that the right people are in the right roles. To learn more about our screening processes, click here to view our Safeguarding Children and Young People Policy:https://ymca.org.au/about-us/safeguarding-children-young-people/safeguardingresources The YMCA is an equal-opportunity employer and is committed to safeguarding children and young people. • Thu, 15 FebYMCA of Queensland
Secondary Teaching Positions | Term 2 2024 » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Primary and Secondary Teachers | Term 2, 2024 SchoolHouse is working in partnership with a number of schools across Brisbane and wider Queensland seeking graduate, early career and experienced teachers for contract and permanent positions commencing in or before Term 2, 2024. If you are looking for a new opportunity, please email georgie.gardethe-schoolhouse.com.au quoting the relevant SH for a confidential discussion about your options, or click ‘apply’ below. All roles are full-time unless specified otherwise. Brisbane & Ipswich SH3655 | English & Humanities Teacher SH4027 | English & Humanities Teacher SH4023 | English & Legal Studies Teacher SH3941 | History Teacher SH3490 | Legal Studies Teacher SH3861 | Mathematics Teacher SH3948 | Mathematics Teacher SH3994 | M athematics Teacher SH3946 | Maths & Science Teacher SH4022 | Mathematics Teacher – Specialist and Methods SH3812 | Middle School Mathematics Teacher SH3816 | Science Teacher (Part Time) SH3749 | General Science Teacher SH4007 | Biology & Middle Years Maths Teacher SH3581 | Design Technology Teacher SH3897 | Design Technology Teacher SH3940 | Digital Technology Teacher SH3935 | Digital Technology Teacher SH3597 | Food Technology Teacher SH4021 | Director of Finance Gold Coast SH3916 | English & Humanities Teacher SH4004 | Middle School Maths & Science Teacher SH3587 | Middle School Maths & Science Teacher SH3981 | Music Teacher Darling Downs Region SH3701 | Kindergarten Centre Director SH3498 | Music Teacher SH3828 | School Counsellor Central Queensland & Coastal Region SH3813 | Middle School Teacher SH3286 | Middle Years Maths/Science/PE Teacher SH2529 | Agricultural Science Teacher SH3671 | Head of Department – Agriculture Townsville, Cairns and surrounding areas SH3289 | Business Manager SH4028 | Acting Head of Department – Health & Physical Education SH2644 | Chemistry Teacher SH3563 | Design Technology Teacher SH2865 | English and Humanities Teacher SH3995 | English and/or Business Teacher SH3815 | Health & Physical Education teacher SH3331 | Mathematics Teacher SH3564 | Primary Teacher SH3332 | Science Teacher SH3752 | Secondary Teacher SH3166 | Visual Art Teacher To be considered for roles, applicants must hold (or be eligible for) QCT registration and have working rights in Australia. SchoolHouse is a complimentary service for teachers and school support staff. We work with schools across all sectors, states and territories to support their staffing needs. Visit https://jobs.the-schoolhouse.com.au/jobs/Careers to view all available positions. • Wed, 14 FebSchoolHouse
Careers Counsellor » Chisholm, ACT - Melbourne, VIC - range of education and training programs and services in higher education, vocational education and training (VET) and school sectors... • Wed, 14 FebChisholm TAFE$72454 - 75199 per year
Alcohol & Other Drugs (AOD) Counsellor » Yarra Junction, VIC - appointments in the community and within clients homes. You will also spend time attending schools and counselling school based... year to 25 years and require home and/or school visits at appropriate intervals to support then in their recovery... • Tue, 13 FebEACH$47 - 50.53 per hour
School Counsellor » Australia - Are you a psychologist or social worker who is passionate about ensuring all children are welcomed into an inclusive environment and can learn to their full potential? The School Counsellor is an essential position providing professional expertise and evidence-based practices to build the capacity and understanding of student wellbeing and safety. This is a front- line position supporting and assessing vulnerable young people and schools to improvement the wellbeing and safety of students. nSeveral vacancies are available, and applicants may request to be based in various locations throughout the NT. nSelection will be made at the P1 or P2 level depending on the experience/qualifications of the successful applicant. • Mon, 12 FebNorthern Territory Government
School Counsellor » Alice Springs, Alice Springs Area - Are you a psychologist or social worker who is passionate about ensuring all children are welcomed into an inclusive environment and can learn to their full potential? The School Counsellor is an essential position providing professional expertise and evidence-based practices to build the capacity and understanding of student wellbeing and safety. This is a front- line position supporting and assessing vulnerable young people and schools to improvement the wellbeing and safety of students. Several vacancies are available, and applicants may request to be based in various locations throughout the NT. Selection will be made at the P1 or P2 level depending on the experience/qualifications of the successful applicant. Location: Northern Territory, Australia OUR SCHOOLS Teachers in the NT teach some 33 000 children in 153 government schools spread across 1.35 million square kilometres. Schools are grouped into six regions: Darwin: 28 schools Top End: 35 schools Big Rivers: 28 schools East Arnhem: 13 schools Barkly: 13 schools Central: 36 schools Of the 153 government schools, 73% are located in remote and very remote areas, with 46% of the NT’s total student population attending those remote schools. Some 44% of all our students in the NT speak a language other than English at home. You can find a list of urban and remote schools by region here. For full information on every school in the NT, see the schools directory here. LIFE AS A TEACHER LIVING AND TEACHING IN THE NORTHERN TERRITORY IS AN EXPERIENCE LIKE NO OTHER At 1.35 million square kilometres, from the turquoise water and lush rainforest of the Top End to the iconic landscapes of the Red Centre, the NT is a big place. About six times the size of Victoria, in fact. For all that space, the Territory’s population is just under 250 000— with people living in rich and vibrant communities scattered all over the NT, from the cities and country towns to some of the most untouched corners of the country. Our sparse, youthful population (the median age here is just 31), vast land, wild landscapes and rich mix of people, nationalities and culture make teaching in the Northern Territory a special experience. OPEN SOME DOORS Taking your career to the Northern Territory will open doors. Many teachers who choose to work in Territory develop unique skills that fast-track their career and open up career paths that wouldn’t have been possible in other parts of Australia. You can join many teachers who’ve had the life-enriching experience of working in the NT’s remote and very remote areas. PASSIONATE ABOUT MAKING A DIFFERENCE? Life as a teacher in the NT is best suited for educators who are professionally driven by the enthusiasm to make a difference in the lives of young people. You’ll need a passion for working in diverse environments and helping to build a brighter future for students. WE’LL REWARD YOU WELL NT educators are some of the highest-paid teachers in the country. They have access to extensive opportunities to diversify their skills and become specialist educators and school leaders. We’d love you to come and join us https://www.teachintheterritory.nt.gov.au/ • Mon, 12 FebDepartment of Education, Northern Territory Government
Counsellor, School of Health and Social Development » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - The Counsellor, School of Health and Social Development position is a pilot program funded by the Higher Education Participation and Partnership Program (HEPPP). The Counsellor will be responsible for the provision of short term, evidenced-based psychological intervention to Deakin University School of Health and Social Development students, promoting wellbeing, enhancing the mental health literacy of the School community and minimising negative impacts of mental ill-health on learning and student progress. • Sun, 11 FebDeakin University
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Counsellor, School of Health and Social Development » Geelong, VIC - The Counsellor, School of Health and Social Development position is a pilot program funded by the Higher Education... psychological intervention to Deakin University School of Health and Social Development students, promoting wellbeing, enhancing the... • Thu, 08 FebDeakin University$109837 - 125755 per year
Counsellor, School of Health and Social Development » Australia - The Counsellor, School of Health and Social Development position is a pilot program funded by the Higher Education Participation and Partnership Program (HEPPP). The Counsellor will be responsible for the provision of short term, evidenced-based psychological intervention to Deakin University School of Health and Social Development students, promoting wellbeing, enhancing the mental health literacy of the School community and minimising negative impacts of mental ill-health on learning and student progress. ​​Based at our Geelong, Waterfront Campus​ Part time (0.6FTE) and Fixed Term until 31 Dec 2024 ​​HEW 8 $109,837 - $125,755​ 17% Superannuation (pro rata, part time) Why work with us? At Deakin you will have access to benefits such as a variety of leave options including generous parental leave and the ability to purchase additional leave; flexible working arrangements to help manage your work-life balance; ongoing learning and development opportunities to grow your career; an inclusive and supportive culture and environment to work in, both online and on campus. Deakin is a cutting-edge public university in Victoria, revolutionizing education with 61,000 students across five campuses: Melbourne Burwood, Geelong Waurn Ponds, Geelong Waterfront, Warrnambool, and our dynamic online Campus. We're proud to be a progressive and open-minded university, delivering the highest student satisfaction in Victoria and consistently ranked in the top 1% of the world's universities. Reporting to the Manager, Student Psychological Programs and Services, the Counsellor will: Provide evidence-based assessment and short-term psychological interventions to support School of Health and Social Development student mental health and improve academic outcomes. Assess for, and manage, emerging, acute, and complex student mental health issues, including student risk. Identify student mental health trends to design, implement and evaluate initiatives that are based on best practice guidelines. Provide expert advice and consultation to School of Health and Social Development staff and students regarding student mental health. Provide training and education to enhance student mental health literacy and improve student outcomes. To be successful, you’ll have: Selection Registration as a Psychologist with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) or membership of Australian Association of Social Work (AASW) with registration as mental health Social Worker Postgraduate qualifications or progress towards postgraduate qualifications and extensive relevant experience; or an equivalent combination of relevant experience and/or education/training Knowledge of the tertiary university context and the range of issues faced by a diverse student population, e.g. First-in families, transition, cultural, pressures of tertiary study Skills and experience in providing counselling via phone and online Advanced clinical, assessment and intervention skills Here's how to apply: Please submit your updated resume and a short cover letter outlining your skills and experience. For a confidential discussion regarding this role, please contact Nicole Pluim, Manager, Student Psychological Programs and Services on nicole.pluimdeakin.edu.au. For a copy of the position description, please see below: PD, Counsellor, School of Health and Social Development.pdf Applications for this position close on Sunday, 3rd March 2024 at 11:55PM. Are You Ready? Deakin is a Victorian university with a global impact. We are an agile, dynamic, and innovative university committed to making a positive impact through our excellence in education, research and innovation and the contributions we make to the wider community. We understand that our reputation has been built on the dedication and expertise of our staff and we offer a dynamic and diverse working environment with opportunities to grow and develop careers. We believe that a progressive, thriving culture will ensure that people choose to come, and stay at Deakin and contribute to our ongoing success. We value diversity and aim to build an inclusive environment that champions, embraces and respects differences. We support and encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and people of all abilities, cultures, sexual orientation, and genders. • Wed, 07 FebDeakin University
School Counsellor » Greenvale, Hume Area - Kolbe Catholic College is a vibrant educational community committed to providing a holistic education rooted in the values and ethos of Catholic education. We are currently seeking a highly motivated and skilled School Counsellor to join our wellbeing services team. Position Overview: The School Counsellor is responsible for providing high-quality counselling services for students and liaising with parents and staff to support the wellbeing of students. Child Safety Commitment: Ensuring the safety of our students is paramount. Employees must provide a child-safe environment, comply with child-safe policies, and implement strategies fostering a healthy learning environment. Responsibilities: Provide high quality psychological interventions through counselling. Provide student crisis management and one off drop in services Refer students and families to external service providers Attend care team meetings Manage client list and client scheduling Maintain high quality case notes Collaborate on impactful Social-Emotional Intervention Programs as needed. Implement social-emotional interventions through small group sessions as needed. Practice in accordance with the ethical and professional guidelines Monitor client progress and collect key demographic data using relevant tools. Offer recommendations to the Pastoral and Wellbeing teams around strategies and support for students with social and emotional needs. Communicate effectively with parents regarding student wellbeing Other Duties: Undertake additional duties as required and negotiated with the Principal. Position Classification: Position: Category B, Level 3 Remuneration: As per VCEMEA Key Selection Criteria: Experience in counselling and psychological interventions Capacity to work effectively with adolescents with regards to personal, emotional, social, behavioural and cognitive difficulties. Capacity to liaise and work collaboratively with parents, staff and other stakeholders to support individual student needs Highly developed interpersonal and communication skills. Sound organisational and administrative skills. Ability to work collaboratively and facilitate dynamic teamwork. Proven capacity to work independently under pressure. Applications Close: 9am Monday the 12th of February 2024. For more information about Kolbe Catholic College, please go to our website www.kolbecc.catholic.edu.au Kolbe Catholic College is committed to the safety, wellbeing and protection of all children in our care, including maintaining compliance with the Child Safety Code of Conduct. Application Procedures http://careers.kolbecc.catholic.edu.au/job-details/query/9214855 • Tue, 06 FebKolbe Catholic College
School Counsellor » Launceston Area, Launceston Region - School Counsellor / Psychologist North Tasmania, Part-Time/Full-Time Permanent The School Counsellor is an outreach position that partners with Primary and Secondary Catholic Schools across Tasmania. Students seeking counselling may be experiencing a broad range of issues such as family relationship difficulties, family separation, anxiety, behavioural difficulties, family violence or other forms of trauma. What we can offer you? Access to salary packaging – reduce taxable income and increase your take home pay. Continuous learning and development, regular clinical supervision and support. Additional 4 paid days bonus leave for Easter Tuesday and the Christmas period. Plus, other generous leave provisions such as additional long service leave and paid parental leave. Be a part of a team dedicated to supporting and improving Tasmania’s individual, family and community wellbeing. What will you do? Provision of counselling to students, using developmentally appropriate evidenced based models of intervention. Provide counselling and group work activities in collaboration with other CatholicCare staff and/ or in conjunction with other organisations. Regularly liaise with Teachers, Vice Principal(s) and Principal(s). Conduct parent interviews to gain information, explain concerns and encourage active involvement. Provide students with opportunities to actively participate in establishing goals relevant to interventions and make appropriate referrals to external sources if required. What can you bring to us? Demonstrated experience and training in student or children’s counselling, including an understanding of the impact of family violence on women, children, men and family functioning. Demonstrated experience in exercising considerable initiative, discretion and professional judgement and accept personal responsibility within the full scope of the role. Tertiary qualifications in Social Work, Psychology or related discipline, post graduate qualifications will be highly regarded. Current Working with Vulnerable People registration. Enquiries: For a confidential discussion about this role, please call Cheree on 0417 411 367. Ready to apply? With guidance from the Position Description, please address each of the points in the selection criteria and let us know why you are the right person to fill this role (maximum two pages). Please refer to https://catholiccaretas.org.au/get-involved Closing date: Applications close 8.30am on 12th February 2024 2023. CatholicCare Tasmania is committed to safeguarding the interests of children and young persons. We are committed to protecting children and young people from harm and require all applicants to undergo an extensive screening process prior to appointment. CatholicCare Tasmania is an equal employment opportunity employer and promotes and supports a family friendly workplace. The successful applicant must be eligible to work in Australia and will need to evidence their registration to Work with Vulnerable People and Police Check as part of the recruitment process. • Sun, 04 FebCatholicCare Tasmania
Learning Specialist - Maths (Learning Specialist Range 3) » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Job Description Location: Melbourne | Western Metropolitan Job type: Full time / From 04/03/2024 - 03/03/2027 Organisation: Schools (Government) Salary: Salary not specified Occupation: Education and Training Reference: 1399953 Selection Criteria SC1 Demonstrated expert knowledge of the relevant curriculum. Demonstrated ability to model exemplary teaching practice, including the teaching of literacy and numeracy skills across the curriculum, and implement school priorities. SC2 Demonstrated expertise in the implementation and modelling of high impact teaching strategies that respond to student learning needs. Demonstrated ability to support teachers to evaluate the impact of learning and teaching programs on student learning growth SC3 Demonstrated exemplary ability to model the monitoring and assessment of student learning. Demonstrated ability to support others in using data to inform teaching practice and to provide feedback on student learning growth and achievement to students and parents. SC4 Demonstrated exemplary interpersonal and communication skills. Demonstrated ability to engage in collaborative relationships with students, colleagues, parents and the broader school community to support student learning, agency, wellbeing and engagement. SC5 Demonstrated ability to model behaviours and attitudes consistent with Department values. Demonstrated ability to support others to reflect on their practice and facilitate school-based professional learning. Role Learning Specialists will be highly skilled classroom practitioners who continue to spend the majority of their time in the classroom delivering high-quality teaching and learning and have a range of responsibilities related to their expertise, including teaching demonstration lessons, observing and providing feedback to other teachers and facilitating school-based professional learning. Learning Specialists are expected to have deep knowledge and expertise in high quality teaching and learning in delivering improved achievement, engagement and wellbeing for students. The role of the Learning Specialist will be to model excellence in teaching and learning through demonstration lessons and, mentoring and coaching teachers in improving the skill, knowledge and effectiveness of the teaching workforce. The Learning Specialist role is aimed at building excellence in teaching and learning within the Teaching Service. Responsibilities In recognition of the importance of exemplary practice for improved student learning outcomes, the key roles of the Learning Specialists may include but are not limited to: Demonstrating high-level expertise in teaching and learning practice Modelling exemplary classroom practice including through teaching demonstration lessons Working with the school leadership team to develop a shared view of highly effective teacher practice Leading and modelling the implementation of whole-school improvement strategies related to curriculum planning and delivery Playing a key role in the provision of professional learning, including through developing processes and protocols for observation and feedback of teacher practice and peer collaboration Modelling effective learning practice and supporting teachers to seek, analyse and act on feedback and on their practice Providing evidence-based feedback to teaching staff to inform their effectiveness and development Providing expert advice about the context, processes and strategies that will shape individual and school professional learning Supervising and training one or more student teachers and mentoring and/or coaching teachers Modelling exemplary use of student data to inform teaching approaches Developing and promoting school-wide professional learning structures, processes and protocols through Professional Learning Communities Modelling exemplary professional learning practice included through seeking feedback from other teachers and leaders on their own classroom practice as part of critical reflection and inquiry to improve practice Who May Apply Teachers currently registered or eligible for registration with the Victorian Institute of Teaching and qualified to teach and/or have demonstrated experience in the curriculum area(s) specified for the position. EEO AND OHS Commitment The Department of Education and Training is committed to the principles of equal opportunity, and diversity and inclusion for all. We value diversity and inclusion in all forms – gender, religion, ethnicity, LGBTIQ, disability and neurodiversity. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates are strongly encouraged to apply for roles within the Department. The Department recognises that the provision of family friendly, supportive, safe and harassment free workplaces is essential to high performance and promotes flexible work, diversity and safety across all schools and Department workplaces. Child Safe Standards Victorian government schools are child safe environments. Our schools actively promote the safety and wellbeing of all students, and all school staff are committed to protecting students from abuse or harm in the school environment, in accordance with their legal obligations including child safe standards. All schools have a Child Safety Code of Conduct consistent with the Department’s exemplar available at http://www.education.vic.gov.au/about/programs/health/protect/Pages/childsafestandards.aspx DE Values The Department’s employees commit to upholding DET’s Values: Responsiveness, Integrity, Impartiality, Accountability, Respect, Leadership and Human Rights. DET’s Values complement each school’s own values and underpin the behaviours the community expects of Victorian public sector employees, including those who work in Victorian Government Schools. Information on the DET values is available at http://www.education.vic.gov.au/hrweb/workm/Pages/Public-Sector-Values.aspx Other Information All staff employed by the Department and schools have access to a broad range of employment conditions and working arrangements. Appointment of successful applicants will be made subject to a satisfactory pre-employment conditions check. A probationary period may apply during the first year of employment and induction and support programs provided. Detailed information on all terms and conditions of employment is available on the Department's Human Resources website at http://www.education.vic.gov.au/hrweb/Pages/default.aspx Conditions of Employment All staff employed by the Department and schools have access to a broad range of employment conditions and working arrangements. Appointment of successful applicants will be made subject to a satisfactory pre-employment conditions check. A probationary period may apply during the first year of employment and induction and support programs provided. Detailed information on all terms and conditions of employment is available on the Department's Human Resources website at http://www.education.vic.gov.au/hrweb/Pages/default.aspx VIT LANTITE To be eligible for employment, transfer or promotion in the principal or teacher class a person must have provisional or full registration from the Victorian Institute of Teaching. In addition, from 3 August 2020, to be eligible for employment in the principal class or teacher class, a person who graduated from a Victorian Initial Teacher Education program after 1 July 2016, must demonstrate that they have passed the literacy and numeracy test for initial teacher education (LANTITE) requirements. This condition is satisfied where the LANTITE requirement is part of the Victorian Initial Teacher Education program completed by the person. Location Profile The Grange P-12 College is a multi-campus school located in Hoppers Crossing in the outer Western Suburbs of Melbourne in the growth corridor of the City of Wyndham. The College is culturally diverse, with our students coming from 58 countries and speaking over 60 languages. The College has successfully implemented the School Wide Positive Behaviours Framework (SWPB) and the values of Respect, Learning and Working Together are embedded in our practice. We have embedded Marzano’s High Reliability Schools’ Teaching and Learning Framework across P-12, which provides a highly structured and explicit approach to Teaching and Learning. All staff utilise the Four-Part Lesson Plan, High Impact Teaching Practices and differentiated teaching plans. All teaching staff are members of a Professional Learning Community who work collectively to develop curriculum and analyse data to ensure work is at an appropriate level for all students. Our focus is to ensure each student is successful at school and is able to complete Year 12, progressing to their chosen pathway in either tertiary study, training or full-time work. We have a Sports Science Academy Program specialising in Rugby, Netball, Volleyball, Cricket and Gymnastics. This program operates from Year 4 onwards with pathway partnerships around Sport Science and tertiary institutions. We are currently completing Capital works program to provide extensive facilities for the Sports Science Program. Similarly, building works are completed to support a developing Performing Arts Program. The College offers Performing and Visual Arts, Music, Sport, Language (Hindi) and ICT (Virtual Reality facility), There is also a High Achievers Program from Year 7 to 12 and we continue with a Voice coach for both Callistemon and Deloraine Campuses. This will further strengthen our Performing Arts development. The Grange P-12 College offers smooth transitions through the various stages of schooling: P-4; 5-8 and 9-12. Students moving into Prep are immersed in a strong transition program, providing a seamless orientation program into school from kindergarten, day care or home. All students have access to a well-resourced pathways program from Year 4. A range of intervention programs also exist across the College to support student learning as well as individual learning plans for students in Year P-6. All Year 6 students undertake a weekly elective program at the Secondary Campus to familiarise and establish highly supportive transition to Year 7 There are many options in the later years of schooling for VCE, VCAL and VET. Students in Year 10 can access vocational and VCE programs and we are well resourced with a Trade Training Centre focused on automotive studies, as well as VET courses in Hospitality and Hairdressing. The Grange P-12 College has a supportive and encouraging ethos enabling students to engage in a sense of belonging within our school community. Similarly, staff are highly supported by well-resourced Sub School Teams, Wellbeing Teams and Professional Learning Communities. This year we will be introduced a Year 9 Inspire Program to develop student confidence, resilience and focused academic preparation for senior years of schooling. The program encourages active student participation via outdoor education camps, engagement with local community, a range guest and programs to develop positive relationships with community. Similarly, the DET Marrung strategy strongly supports engagement, positive attendance and pathways planning for our Koorie students. Our College is compliant with The Victorian Governments Child Safe Standards. The Grange P-12 College is committed to safety and wellbeing of all children and young people. This is the primary focus of our care and decision making. The Grange P-12 College has zero tolerance for child abuse. The Grange P-12 College is committed to providing a child safe environment where children and young people are safe and feel safe, and their voices are heard regarding decisions affecting their lives. Particular attention is paid to the cultural safety of Aboriginal children and children from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds, as well as the safety of children with a disability. Every person involved in The Grange P-12 College has a responsibility to understand the importance and specific role they play individually and collectively to ensure the wellbeing and safety of all children and young people is at the forefront of all they do and every decision they make. At The Grange P – 12 College our school community aims to provide all students with an educational setting that: Is engaging, challenging and caters for individual needs Is safe and promotes positive wellbeing Meets individual academic and pastoral needs and prepares students for higher education and/or employment Promotes participation and empowerment of children. Develops effective communication skills, promotes a sense of belonging to our community Is underpinned by our College Values of Respect, Learning and Working Together. The following initiatives support our aims: A strong focus on building high-level skills in Literacy and Numeracy across The College P-12 and specialised classes to cater for individual learning needs, including MYLNS and TLI Programs. . PLC structures across the College P-12 support and drive common teacher practice. . Inclusive Support Program P-12 - Rainbow (P-2) Gold (3-6) Deloraine (7-12) that provide targeted individual learning and engagement programs for both PSDMs and unfunded students with additional needs An innovative STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) Program that encompasses students solving complex problems by working collaboratively on projects that utilises leading edge technologies such as coding, robotics, 3D printing etc. at our Callistemon Campus A specialised program focusing on Sports and Science. Students will experience highly individualised programs around Soccer, Volleyball and Rugby. These specialised programs will be supported via relationships with sports clubs and Deakin and Victoria Universities. Students are offered specialised electives tailored around: Exercise Science, Health and Wellbeing, Human Movement and Sports Science. All of these programs are designed to lead into VET, VCAL and VCE Study. We maintain strong partnerships with the National Rugby League and Rugby Victoria to develop an elite coaching program for students from Years 4-12 and this year developed a relationship with Western United Soccer Club. Students engage in our Athletes Development Program two mornings per week A highly effective “School Wide Positive Be haviour Program” across Preps to Year 12. School Counsellors are embedded across the College A comprehensive Information Technology program that has created a more dynamic learning environment. A High Achievers Program (HAP) Program from Year 7-10 is designed to enrich and extend students learning. This year, the College introduced a new program for Year 9 students focusing on increased engagement with school, as well as targeted literacy and numeracy strategies. In addition, the College continues to address the learning needs of students performing below expected levels, via literacy and numeracy interventions. A language program encompassing the Hindi culture at Years Prep – 8 • Sat, 03 FebSchools
Leading Teacher Range 3 - Teaching and Learning Coach / Curriculum Development (Leading Teacher Range 3) » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Job Description Location: Melbourne | Southern Metropolitan Job type: Full time / From 20/02/2024 - 19/02/2029 Organisation: Schools (Government) Salary: Salary not specified Occupation: Education and Training Reference: 1399771 Selection Criteria SC1 Demonstrated expert knowledge of the relevant curriculum. Demonstrated ability to lead and manage the implementation of school priorities, and the teaching of literacy and numeracy skills across the curriculum. SC2 Demonstrated ability to lead the planning and implementation of high impact teaching strategies that respond to student learning needs. Demonstrated ability to support teachers to evaluate the impact of learning and teaching programs on student learning growth. SC3 Demonstrated exemplary ability to monitor and assess student learning at a class, cohort or whole-school level and use this data to lead improvement initiatives. Demonstrated ability to support others in using data to inform teaching practice and to provide feedback on student learning growth and achievement to students and parents. SC4 Demonstrated exemplary interpersonal and leadership skills. Demonstrated ability to lead collaborative relationships with students, colleagues, parents and the broader school community focused on student learning, agency, wellbeing and engagement. SC5 Demonstrated ability to model behaviours and attitudes consistent with Department values and support colleagues to adopt these behaviours and attitudes. Demonstrated ability to reflect upon their own, others and whole-school practice and contribute to the provision of whole-school professional learning. SC6 Capaciity to work within the Sandringham East Primary School community and culture whilst supporting the Vision and Values of the school. Role Leading teachers will be highly skilled classroom practitioners and undertake leadership and management roles commensurate with their salary range. The role of leading teachers is to improve the skill, knowledge and performance of the teaching workforce in a school or group of schools and to improve the curriculum program of a school. Typically, leading teachers are responsible for coordinating a number of staff to achieve improvements in teaching and learning which may involve the coordination and professional support of colleagues through modelling, collaborating and coaching and using processes that develop knowledge, practice and professional engagement in others. Leading teachers are expected to lead and manage a significant area or function within the school with a high degree of independence to ensure the effective development, provision and evaluation of the school's education program. Leading teachers will be expected to make a significant contribution to policy development relating to teaching and learning in the school. A leading teacher has a direct impact and influence on the achievement of the school goals. Leading teachers are usually responsible for the implementation of one or more priorities contained in the school strategic plan. Responsibilities In recognition of the importance of leadership and management combined with exemplary teaching practice for improved student learning outcomes, the key roles of the leading teachers may include but are not limited to: Leading and managing the implementation of whole-school improvement initiatives related to the school strategic plan and school priorities Leading and managing the implementation of whole-school improvement strategies related to curriculum planning and delivery; Leading and managing the provision of professional development and developing individual and team development plans for teaching staff within the priorities of the school; Leading and managing staff performance and development (review of staff); Teaching demonstration lessons; Leading and managing the development of the school's assessment and reporting policies and practices; Leading and managing the implementation of the school operations and policies related to student welfare and discipline; Leading the development of curriculum in a major learning area and participating in curriculum development in other areas; Responsibility for general discipline matters beyond the management of classroom teachers; Contributing to the overall leadership and management of the school; Contributing to the development of proposals for school council consideration; Developing and managing the school code of conduct. Who May Apply Teachers currently registered or eligible for registration with the Victorian Institute of Teaching and qualified to teach and/or have demonstrated experience in the curriculum area(s) specified for the position. EEO AND OHS Commitment Applicants seeking part-time employment are encouraged to apply for any teaching service position and, if they are the successful candidate, request a reduced time fraction. Such requests will be negotiated on a case-by-case basis and will be subject to the operational requirements of the school. The Department of Education is committed to the principles of equal opportunity, and diversity and inclusion for all. We value diversity and inclusion in all forms - gender, religion, ethnicity, LGBTIQ, disability and neurodiversity. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates are strongly encouraged to apply for roles within the Department. The Department recognises that the provision of family friendly, supportive, safe and harassment free workplaces is essential to high performance and promotes flexible work, diversity and safety across all schools and Department workplaces. It is our policy to provide reasonable adjustments for persons with a disability (see Workplace adjustment guidelines). Additional support and advice on the recruitment process is available to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islanders from the Koorie Outcomes Division (KOD) via marrungeducation.vic.gov.au Child Safe Standards Victorian government schools are child safe environments. Our schools actively promote the safety and wellbeing of all students, and all school staff are committed to protecting students from abuse or harm in the school environment, in accordance with their legal obligations including child safe standards. All schools have a Child Safety Code of Conduct consistent with the department's exemplar available at: https://www2.education.vic.gov.au/pal/child-safe-standards/policy DE Values The department's employees commit to upholding the department's Values: Responsiveness, Integrity, Impartiality, Accountability, Respect, Leadership and Human Rights. The department's Values complement each school's own values and underpin the behaviours the community expects of Victorian public sector employees, including those who work in Victorian Government Schools. Information on the department values is available at: https://www2.education.vic.gov.au/pal/values-department-vps-school-employees/overview Conditions of Employment All staff employed by the Department and schools have access to a broad range of employment conditions and working arrangements. Appointment of successful applicants will be made subject to a satisfactory pre-employment conditions check. A probationary period may apply during the first year of employment and induction and support programs provided. Detailed information on all terms and conditions of employment is available on the Department's Human Resources website at http://www.education.vic.gov.au/hrweb/Pages/default.aspx VIT LANTITE To be eligible for employment, transfer or promotion in the principal or teacher class a person must have provisional or full registration from the Victorian Institute of Teaching. In addition, from 3 August 2020, to be eligible for employment in the principal class or teacher class, a person who graduated from a Victorian Initial Teacher Education program after 1 July 2016, must demonstrate that they have passed the literacy and numeracy test for initial teacher education (LANTITE) requirements. This condition is satisfied where the LANTITE requirement is part of the Victorian Initial Teacher Education program completed by the person. Location Profile Sandringham East is a coeducational primary school located in leafy beachside Sandringham, 15 kilometres south east of Melbourne. Our vision is: ¿To build an inclusive community where our children are active learners, critical thinkers and creative explorers¿: `THINKIMAGINEBECOME.¿ Our school values are Care, Aspiration and Respect. The school has in place a range of strategies to promote engagement, positive behaviour and respectful relationships for students. Sandringham East is a progressive school preparing students for a dynamic future. We have a proud history since 1931 with over 90 years serving the Sandringham community. Our community hub values relationships and a sense of community ¿ a diverse community with 8.61% of students speaking a language other than English at home with 5.31% of these students born in Australia. Our current total of 508 enrolled students are 262 males and 246 females. Students with a disability comprise 1.28% of the student population and .92% have an indigenous background. The school employs a Welfare Officer/ Counsellor who supports many families for educational, wellbeing and family issues. Social and Emotional Learning is a focus in our AIP with the school nominated as a Lead school in the RRRR program and working with schools in the cluster to engage students in respectful ways. Play is the Way teaches students resilience through the lessons presented by teachers. Sandringham East prides itself on a diversity of programs that cater for personalising student learning needs through curriculum programs and Individual Education Plans. Literacy and Numeracy are essential foundations for student success. Students enjoy our bright, engaging flexible learning environments which cater for a range of learning styles and individual needs. We were thrilled that the school was approved for $7.8 million to rebuild our facilities. This resulted in eight learning spaces along with a stadium, performing arts / music space, dedicated art room, canteen, staff facilities /workrooms, and student bathroom facilities. The school community have worked tirelessly over many years for this news. It is wonderful to see these great learning spaces available for our school community. Facilities provide a safe and secure setting, surrounded by a sanctuary, incorporating a walking track, oval, oriental and indigenous gardens, bountiful vegetable patch, and hens provide eggs for our community. The new buildings have been complimented by wonderful landscaping which students are enjoying. An amazing adventure Playscape was completed and opened in October 2016 which the school community funded. Students enjoy their leisure time playing creatively in this great sanctuary environment with ropes, tunnels, tree platforms, cubbies, sandpit, digging pit, water play and a massive log fort. A Ga Ga game has been installed in recent weeks with students enjoying this game. A Play Shed also provides creative play resources for our younger students during lunch breaks. Our school kitchen gardener provides opportunities for students - sowing and tending the garden, cooking healthy meals and providing produce to the school community. Financial commitments invest to improving facilities to cater for 21st century learning with a high priority on professional learning for staff. The biggest impact on student learning is the quality of the teacher and relationships, and we devote resources for professional learning to improve teacher capacity and efficacy. Professional Learning Communities are dedicated to unpacking data, setting high expectations and personalising learning so students achieve to their best. The school engages critical friends to work with staff to improve teaching and learning. Adam Voigt from Real Schools is connecting teachers with good practice to develop respectful interactions both within and outside the learning spaces. Tracey Ezard provides our leaders with strategies to work within their teams. The Walker Learning Approach is implemented, connecting students to their learning through interest based activities in Investigation and Inquiry Learning culminating in an Educational Research Project. Several students are supported through the Program for Students with Disabilities. The school employs extra support teachers to enhance and challenge student learning particularly in Literacy and Numeracy. Highly regarded specialist programs include Performing Arts, Physical Education, Visual Arts, and Mandarin / Japanese. As an Asian Literate school we communicate with our sister schools in Japan and the Philippines. In 2023 the junior school learns Japanese and after that students learn Chinese Mandarin. Excursions, camps (adventure, educational, ski camp), swimming and Bike Education provide our students with a well-rounded education. We work with Sandringham College (through a science student/peer partnership), John Monash Science (Little Scientist Program) and the i Sea, i Care Dolphin Project for students who are passionate about science and sustainability. Technology provides students with knowledge and tools, and robotics resources give challenge to employ coding expertise which is taught to students. Our 1:1 computer program for students in levels 3 ¿ 6 sees around 75% of students with their own device. A major refurbishment of our Administration building will see the introduction of a STEM centre. We value our links and partnership with Sandringham College, located adjacent to Sandringham East. Mutual benefits are gained from this relationship as well as a positive transition to secondary schooling. The school encourages community as part of the process of schooling through School Council and our Class Parent Program, which is incorporated within the Parents and Friends Association. The school sees parents as vital partners in a child¿s education. The school links with the broader community to provide extra-curricular activities for students, including Sporting Schools Program, Instrumental music, Choir, Sandy Stars, Chess, Chinese and Lunch Club. Before and After School Care is provided by Their Care. We value partnerships with community in Lions, Rotary and the Japanese Saturday College. We host the Japanese Saturday College each week who offer 21 classes for 260 students. Parent participation and support for our school from local community play a major role that is valued and encouraged. In 2019 we undertook the school Review and are currently developing our new Strategic Plan and AIP. We look forward to our next review in 2023. The FISO priority for our school is Building Practice Excellence; encompassing teaching and learning, with a focus for students to: ThinkImagineBecome Documents that are available on request include: 2022 AIP 2019 ¿ 2023 School Strategic Plan School Review Report 2019 2022 Annual Reports School Performance Report 2022 Please see the school website for further information about our wonderful school. www.sandringhameast.vic.edu.au • Sat, 03 FebSchools
Learning Specialist 3 - Teaching and Learning / PLC Coordinator (Learning Specialist Range 3) » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Job Description Location: Melbourne | Southern Metropolitan Job type: Full time / From 20/02/2024 - 19/02/2029 Organisation: Schools (Government) Salary: Salary not specified Occupation: Education and Training Reference: 1399770 Selection Criteria SC1 Demonstrated expert knowledge of the relevant curriculum. Demonstrated ability to model exemplary teaching practice, including the teaching of literacy and numeracy skills across the curriculum, and implement school priorities. SC2 Demonstrated expertise in the implementation and modelling of high impact teaching strategies that respond to student learning needs. Demonstrated ability to support teachers to evaluate the impact of learning and teaching programs on student learning growth SC3 Demonstrated exemplary ability to model the monitoring and assessment of student learning. Demonstrated ability to support others in using data to inform teaching practice and to provide feedback on student learning growth and achievement to students and parents. SC4 Demonstrated exemplary interpersonal and communication skills. Demonstrated ability to engage in collaborative relationships with students, colleagues, parents and the broader school community to support student learning, agency, wellbeing and engagement. SC5 Demonstrated ability to model behaviours and attitudes consistent with Department values. Demonstrated ability to support others to reflect on their practice and facilitate school-based professional learning. SC6 Capaciity to work within the Sandringham East Primary School community and culture whilst supporting the Vision and Values of the school. Role Learning Specialists will be highly skilled classroom practitioners who continue to spend the majority of their time in the classroom delivering high-quality teaching and learning and have a range of responsibilities related to their expertise, including teaching demonstration lessons, observing and providing feedback to other teachers and facilitating school-based professional learning. Learning Specialists are expected to have deep knowledge and expertise in high quality teaching and learning in delivering improved achievement, engagement and wellbeing for students. The role of the Learning Specialist will be to model excellence in teaching and learning through demonstration lessons and, mentoring and coaching teachers in improving the skill, knowledge and effectiveness of the teaching workforce. The Learning Specialist role is aimed at building excellence in teaching and learning within the Teaching Service. Responsibilities In recognition of the importance of exemplary practice for improved student learning outcomes, the key roles of the Learning Specialists may include but are not limited to: Demonstrating high-level expertise in teaching and learning practice Modelling exemplary classroom practice including through teaching demonstration lessons Working with the school leadership team to develop a shared view of highly effective teacher practice Leading and modelling the implementation of whole-school improvement strategies related to curriculum planning and delivery Playing a key role in the provision of professional learning, including through developing processes and protocols for observation and feedback of teacher practice and peer collaboration Modelling effective learning practice and supporting teachers to seek, analyse and act on feedback and on their practice Providing evidence-based feedback to teaching staff to inform their effectiveness and development Providing expert advice about the context, processes and strategies that will shape individual and school professional learning Supervising and training one or more student teachers and mentoring and/or coaching teachers Modelling exemplary use of student data to inform teaching approaches Developing and promoting school-wide professional learning structures, processes and protocols through Professional Learning Communities Modelling exemplary professional learning practice included through seeking feedback from other teachers and leaders on their own classroom practice as part of critical reflection and inquiry to improve practice Who May Apply Teachers currently registered or eligible for registration with the Victorian Institute of Teaching and qualified to teach and/or have demonstrated experience in the curriculum area(s) specified for the position. EEO AND OHS Commitment The Department of Education and Training is committed to the principles of equal opportunity, and diversity and inclusion for all. We value diversity and inclusion in all forms – gender, religion, ethnicity, LGBTIQ, disability and neurodiversity. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates are strongly encouraged to apply for roles within the Department. The Department recognises that the provision of family friendly, supportive, safe and harassment free workplaces is essential to high performance and promotes flexible work, diversity and safety across all schools and Department workplaces. Child Safe Standards Victorian government schools are child safe environments. Our schools actively promote the safety and wellbeing of all students, and all school staff are committed to protecting students from abuse or harm in the school environment, in accordance with their legal obligations including child safe standards. All schools have a Child Safety Code of Conduct consistent with the Department’s exemplar available at http://www.education.vic.gov.au/about/programs/health/protect/Pages/childsafestandards.aspx DE Values The Department’s employees commit to upholding DET’s Values: Responsiveness, Integrity, Impartiality, Accountability, Respect, Leadership and Human Rights. DET’s Values complement each school’s own values and underpin the behaviours the community expects of Victorian public sector employees, including those who work in Victorian Government Schools. Information on the DET values is available at http://www.education.vic.gov.au/hrweb/workm/Pages/Public-Sector-Values.aspx Conditions of Employment All staff employed by the Department and schools have access to a broad range of employment conditions and working arrangements. Appointment of successful applicants will be made subject to a satisfactory pre-employment conditions check. A probationary period may apply during the first year of employment and induction and support programs provided. Detailed information on all terms and conditions of employment is available on the Department's Human Resources website at http://www.education.vic.gov.au/hrweb/Pages/default.aspx VIT LANTITE To be eligible for employment, transfer or promotion in the principal or teacher class a person must have provisional or full registration from the Victorian Institute of Teaching. In addition, from 3 August 2020, to be eligible for employment in the principal class or teacher class, a person who graduated from a Victorian Initial Teacher Education program after 1 July 2016, must demonstrate that they have passed the literacy and numeracy test for initial teacher education (LANTITE) requirements. This condition is satisfied where the LANTITE requirement is part of the Victorian Initial Teacher Education program completed by the person. For positions in special settings, a person is not eligible for employment unless they meet the vaccination requirements on commencement in the position. Location Profile Sandringham East is a coeducational primary school located in leafy beachside Sandringham, 15 kilometres south east of Melbourne. Our vision is: “To build an inclusive community where our children are active learners, critical thinkers and creative explorers”: ‘THINKIMAGINEBECOME.’ Our school values are Care, Aspiration and Respect. The school has in place a range of strategies to promote engagement, positive behaviour and respectful relationships for students. Sandringham East is a progressive school preparing students for a dynamic future. We have a proud history since 1931 with over 90 years serving the Sandringham community. Our community hub values relationships and a sense of community – a diverse community with 8.61% of students speaking a language other than English at home with 5.31% of these students born in Australia. Our current total of 508 enrolled students are 262 males and 246 females. Students with a disability comprise 1.28% of the student population and .92% have an indigenous background. The school employs a Welfare Officer/ Counsellor who supports many families for educational, wellbeing and family issues. Social and Emotional Learning is a focus in our AIP with the school nominated as a Lead school in the RRRR program and working with schools in the cluster to engage students in respectful ways. Play is the Way teaches students resilience through the lessons presented by teachers. Sandringham East prides itself on a diversity of programs that cater for personalising student learning needs through curriculum programs and Individual Education Plans. Literacy and Numeracy are essential foundations for student success. Students enjoy our bright, engaging flexible learning environments which cater for a range of learning styles and individual needs. We were thrilled that the school was approved for $7.8 million to rebuild our facilities. This resulted in eight learning spaces along with a stadium, performing arts / music space, dedicated art room, canteen, staff facilities /workrooms, and student bathroom facilities. The school community have worked tirelessly over many years for this news. It is wonderful to see these great learning spaces available for our school community. Facilities provide a safe and secure setting, surrounded by a sanctuary, incorporating a walking track, oval, oriental and indigenous gardens, bountiful vegetable patch, and hens provide eggs for our community. The new buildings have been complimented by wonderful landscaping which students are enjoying. An amazing adventure Playscape was completed and opened in October 2016 which the school community funded. Students enjoy their leisure time playing creatively in this great sanctuary environment with ropes, tunnels, tree platforms, cubbies, sandpit, digging pit, water play and a massive log fort. A Ga Ga game has been installed in recent weeks with students enjoying this game. A Play Shed also provides creative play resources for our younger students during lunch breaks. Our school kitchen gardener provides opportunities for students - sowing and tending the garden, cooking healthy meals and providing produce to the school community. Financial commitments invest to improving facilities to cater for 21st century learning with a high priority on professional learning for staff. The biggest impact on student learning is the quality of the teacher and relationships, and we devote resources for professional learning to improve teacher capacity and efficacy. Professional Learning Communities are dedicated to unpacking data, setting high expectations and personalising learning so students achieve to their best. The school engages critical friends to work with staff to improve teaching and learning. Adam Voigt from Real Schools is connecting teachers with good practice to develop respectful interactions both within and outside the learning spaces. Tracey Ezard provides our leaders with strategies to work within their teams. The Walker Learning Approach is implemented, connecting students to their learning through interest based activities in Investigation and Inquiry Learning culminating in an Educational Research Project. Several students are supported through the Program for Students with Disabilities. The school employs extra support teachers to enhance and challenge student learning particularly in Literacy and Numeracy. Highly regarded specialist programs include Performing Arts, Physical Education, Visual Arts, and Mandarin / Japanese. As an Asian Literate school we communicate with our sister schools in Japan and the Philippines. In 2023 the junior school learns Japanese and after that students learn Chinese Mandarin. Excursions, camps (adventure, educational, ski camp), swimming and Bike Education provide our students with a well-rounded education. We work with Sandringham College (through a science student/peer partnership), John Monash Science (Little Scientist Program) and the i Sea, i Care Dolphin Project for students who are passionate about science and sustainability. Technology provides students with knowledge and tools, and robotics resources give challenge to employ coding expertise which is taught to students. Our 1:1 computer program for students in levels 3 – 6 sees around 75% of students with their own device. A major refurbishment of our Administration building will see the introduction of a STEM centre. We value our links and partnership with Sandringham College, located adjacent to Sandringham East. Mutual benefits are gained from this relationship as well as a positive transition to secondary schooling. The school encourages community as part of the process of schooling through School Council and our Class Parent Program, which is incorporated within the Parents and Friends Association. The school sees parents as vital partners in a child’s education. The school links with the broader community to provide extra-curricular activities for students, including Sporting Schools Program, Instrumental music, Choir, Sandy Stars, Chess, Chinese and Lunch Club. Before and After School Care is provided by Their Care. We value partnerships with community in Lions, Rotary and the Japanese Saturday College. We host the Japanese Saturday College each week who offer 21 classes for 260 students. Parent participation and support for our school from local community play a major role that is valued and encouraged. In 2019 we undertook the school Review and are currently developing our new Strategic Plan and AIP. We look forward to our next review in 2023. The FISO priority for our school is Building Practice Excellence; encompassing teaching and learning, with a focus for students to: ThinkImagineBecome Documents that are available on request include: 2022 AIP 2019 – 2023 School Strategic Plan School Review Report 2019 2022 Annual Reports School Performance Report 2022 Please see the school website for further information about our wonderful school. www.sandringhameast.vic.edu.a • Sat, 03 FebSchools
Learning Specialist - Maths » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - The Grange P-12 College is a multi-campus school located in Hoppers Crossing in the outer Western Suburbs of Melbourne in the growth corridor of the City of Wyndham. The College is culturally diverse, with our students coming from 58 countries and speaking over 60 languages. The College has successfully implemented the School Wide Positive Behaviours Framework (SWPB) and the values of Respect, Learning and Working Together are embedded in our practice. We have embedded Marzano’s High Reliability Schools’ Teaching and Learning Framework across P-12, which provides a highly structured and explicit approach to Teaching and Learning. All staff utilise the Four-Part Lesson Plan, High Impact Teaching Practices and differentiated teaching plans. All teaching staff are members of a Professional Learning Community who work collectively to develop curriculum and analyse data to ensure work is at an appropriate level for all students. Our focus is to ensure each student is successful at school and is able to complete Year 12, progressing to their chosen pathway in either tertiary study, training or full-time work. We have a Sports Science Academy Program specialising in Rugby, Netball, Volleyball, Cricket and Gymnastics. This program operates from Year 4 onwards with pathway partnerships around Sport Science and tertiary institutions. We are currently completing Capital works program to provide extensive facilities for the Sports Science Program. Similarly, building works are completed to support a developing Performing Arts Program. The College offers Performing and Visual Arts, Music, Sport, Language (Hindi) and ICT (Virtual Reality facility), There is also a High Achievers Program from Year 7 to 12 and we continue with a Voice coach for both Callistemon and Deloraine Campuses. This will further strengthen our Performing Arts development. The Grange P-12 College offers smooth transitions through the various stages of schooling: P-4; 5-8 and 9-12. Students moving into Prep are immersed in a strong transition program, providing a seamless orientation program into school from kindergarten, day care or home. All students have access to a well-resourced pathways program from Year 4. A range of intervention programs also exist across the College to support student learning as well as individual learning plans for students in Year P-6. All Year 6 students undertake a weekly elective program at the Secondary Campus to familiarise and establish highly supportive transition to Year 7 There are many options in the later years of schooling for VCE, VCAL and VET. Students in Year 10 can access vocational and VCE programs and we are well resourced with a Trade Training Centre focused on automotive studies, as well as VET courses in Hospitality and Hairdressing. The Grange P-12 College has a supportive and encouraging ethos enabling students to engage in a sense of belonging within our school community. Similarly, staff are highly supported by well-resourced Sub School Teams, Wellbeing Teams and Professional Learning Communities. This year we will be introduced a Year 9 Inspire Program to develop student confidence, resilience and focused academic preparation for senior years of schooling. The program encourages active student participation via outdoor education camps, engagement with local community, a range guest and programs to develop positive relationships with community. Similarly, the DET Marrung strategy strongly supports engagement, positive attendance and pathways planning for our Koorie students. Our College is compliant with The Victorian Governments Child Safe Standards. The Grange P-12 College is committed to safety and wellbeing of all children and young people. This is the primary focus of our care and decision making. The Grange P-12 College has zero tolerance for child abuse. The Grange P-12 College is committed to providing a child safe environment where children and young people are safe and feel safe, and their voices are heard regarding decisions affecting their lives. Particular attention is paid to the cultural safety of Aboriginal children and children from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds, as well as the safety of children with a disability. Every person involved in The Grange P-12 College has a responsibility to understand the importance and specific role they play individually and collectively to ensure the wellbeing and safety of all children and young people is at the forefront of all they do and every decision they make. At The Grange P – 12 College our school community aims to provide all students with an educational setting that: • Is engaging, challenging and caters for individual needs • Is safe and promotes positive wellbeing • Meets individual academic and pastoral needs and prepares students for higher education and/or employment • Promotes participation and empowerment of children. Develops effective communication skills, promotes a sense of belonging to our community • Is underpinned by our College Values of Respect, Learning and Working Together. The following initiatives support our aims: • A strong focus on building high-level skills in Literacy and Numeracy across The College P-12 and specialised classes to cater for individual learning needs, including MYLNS and TLI Programs. . PLC structures across the College P-12 support and drive common teacher practice. . Inclusive Support Program P-12 - Rainbow (P-2) Gold (3-6) Deloraine (7-12) that provide targeted individual learning and engagement programs for both PSDMs and unfunded students with additional needs • An innovative STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) Program that encompasses students solving complex problems by working collaboratively on projects that utilises leading edge technologies such as coding, robotics, 3D printing etc. at our Callistemon Campus • A specialised program focusing on Sports and Science. Students will experience highly individualised programs around Soccer, Volleyball and Rugby. These specialised programs will be supported via relationships with sports clubs and Deakin and Victoria Universities. Students are offered specialised electives tailored around: Exercise Science, Health and Wellbeing, Human Movement and Sports Science. All of these programs are designed to lead into VET, VCAL and VCE Study. • We maintain strong partnerships with the National Rugby League and Rugby Victoria to develop an elite coaching program for students from Years 4-12 and this year developed a relationship with Western United Soccer Club. • Students engage in our Athletes Development Program two mornings per week • A highly effective “School Wide Positive Be haviour Program” across Preps to Year 12. School Counsellors are embedded across the College • A comprehensive Information Technology program that has created a more dynamic learning environment. • A High Achievers Program (HAP) Program from Year 7-10 is designed to enrich and extend students learning. This year, the College introduced a new program for Year 9 students focusing on increased engagement with school, as well as targeted literacy and numeracy strategies. In addition, the College continues to address the learning needs of students performing below expected levels, via literacy and numeracy interventions. • A language program encompassing the Hindi culture at Years Prep – 8 • Sat, 03 FebSchools VIC
Maths Teacher » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - The Grange P-12 College is a multi-campus school located in Hoppers Crossing in the outer Western Suburbs of Melbourne in the growth corridor of the City of Wyndham. The College is culturally diverse, with our students coming from 58 countries and speaking over 60 languages. The College has successfully implemented the School Wide Positive Behaviours Framework (SWPB) and the values of Respect, Learning and Working Together are embedded in our practice. We have embedded Marzano’s High Reliability Schools’ Teaching and Learning Framework across P-12, which provides a highly structured and explicit approach to Teaching and Learning. All staff utilise the Four-Part Lesson Plan, High Impact Teaching Practices and differentiated teaching plans. All teaching staff are members of a Professional Learning Community who work collectively to develop curriculum and analyse data to ensure work is at an appropriate level for all students. Our focus is to ensure each student is successful at school and is able to complete Year 12, progressing to their chosen pathway in either tertiary study, training or full-time work. We have a Sports Science Academy Program specialising in Rugby, Netball, Volleyball, Cricket and Gymnastics. This program operates from Year 4 onwards with pathway partnerships around Sport Science and tertiary institutions. We are currently completing Capital works program to provide extensive facilities for the Sports Science Program. Similarly, building works are completed to support a developing Performing Arts Program. The College offers Performing and Visual Arts, Music, Sport, Language (Hindi) and ICT (Virtual Reality facility), There is also a High Achievers Program from Year 7 to 12 and we continue with a Voice coach for both Callistemon and Deloraine Campuses. This will further strengthen our Performing Arts development. The Grange P-12 College offers smooth transitions through the various stages of schooling: P-4; 5-8 and 9-12. Students moving into Prep are immersed in a strong transition program, providing a seamless orientation program into school from kindergarten, day care or home. All students have access to a well-resourced pathways program from Year 4. A range of intervention programs also exist across the College to support student learning as well as individual learning plans for students in Year P-6. All Year 6 students undertake a weekly elective program at the Secondary Campus to familiarise and establish highly supportive transition to Year 7 There are many options in the later years of schooling for VCE, VCAL and VET. Students in Year 10 can access vocational and VCE programs and we are well resourced with a Trade Training Centre focused on automotive studies, as well as VET courses in Hospitality and Hairdressing. The Grange P-12 College has a supportive and encouraging ethos enabling students to engage in a sense of belonging within our school community. Similarly, staff are highly supported by well-resourced Sub School Teams, Wellbeing Teams and Professional Learning Communities. This year we will be introduced a Year 9 Inspire Program to develop student confidence, resilience and focused academic preparation for senior years of schooling. The program encourages active student participation via outdoor education camps, engagement with local community, a range guest and programs to develop positive relationships with community. Similarly, the DET Marrung strategy strongly supports engagement, positive attendance and pathways planning for our Koorie students. Our College is compliant with The Victorian Governments Child Safe Standards. The Grange P-12 College is committed to safety and wellbeing of all children and young people. This is the primary focus of our care and decision making. The Grange P-12 College has zero tolerance for child abuse. The Grange P-12 College is committed to providing a child safe environment where children and young people are safe and feel safe, and their voices are heard regarding decisions affecting their lives. Particular attention is paid to the cultural safety of Aboriginal children and children from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds, as well as the safety of children with a disability. Every person involved in The Grange P-12 College has a responsibility to understand the importance and specific role they play individually and collectively to ensure the wellbeing and safety of all children and young people is at the forefront of all they do and every decision they make. At The Grange P – 12 College our school community aims to provide all students with an educational setting that: • Is engaging, challenging and caters for individual needs • Is safe and promotes positive wellbeing • Meets individual academic and pastoral needs and prepares students for higher education and/or employment • Promotes participation and empowerment of children. Develops effective communication skills, promotes a sense of belonging to our community • Is underpinned by our College Values of Respect, Learning and Working Together. The following initiatives support our aims: • A strong focus on building high-level skills in Literacy and Numeracy across The College P-12 and specialised classes to cater for individual learning needs, including MYLNS and TLI Programs. . PLC structures across the College P-12 support and drive common teacher practice. . Inclusive Support Program P-12 - Rainbow (P-2) Gold (3-6) Deloraine (7-12) that provide targeted individual learning and engagement programs for both PSDMs and unfunded students with additional needs • An innovative STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) Program that encompasses students solving complex problems by working collaboratively on projects that utilises leading edge technologies such as coding, robotics, 3D printing etc. at our Callistemon Campus • A specialised program focusing on Sports and Science. Students will experience highly individualised programs around Soccer, Volleyball and Rugby. These specialised programs will be supported via relationships with sports clubs and Deakin and Victoria Universities. Students are offered specialised electives tailored around: Exercise Science, Health and Wellbeing, Human Movement and Sports Science. All of these programs are designed to lead into VET, VCAL and VCE Study. • We maintain strong partnerships with the National Rugby League and Rugby Victoria to develop an elite coaching program for students from Years 4-12 and this year developed a relationship with Western United Soccer Club. • Students engage in our Athletes Development Program two mornings per week • A highly effective “School Wide Positive Behaviour Program” across Preps to Year 12. School Counsellors are embedded across the College • A comprehensive Information Technology program that has created a more dynamic learning environment. • A High Achievers Program (HAP) Program from Year 7-10 is designed to enrich and extend students learning. This year, the College introduced a new program for Year 9 students focusing on increased engagement with school, as well as targeted literacy and numeracy strategies. In addition, the College continues to address the learning needs of students performing below expected levels, via literacy and numeracy interventions. • A language program encompassing the Hindi culture at Years Prep – 8 • Sat, 03 FebSchools VIC
Careers Counsellor » North Sydney, North Sydney Area - Wenona is seeking a Careers Counsellor to help develop careers related initiatives and broaden the opportunity of our students. You will work across multiple schools, promoting an awareness of careers education, as students navigate and develop their post school plans. By supporting students in key transitional periods, you will promote amazing career opportunities to broaden the horizon of every Wenona graduate. Wenona aims to encourage, challenge, extend and nurture each student in a way that allows her to achieve her full potential. To achieve this, Wenona prides itself on attracting intelligent, inspiring and motivated employees who serve to role model strong, positive relationships and is committed to fostering an environment where all staff are passionate about refining their skills and pursuing a love of learning. The Position The Careers Counsellor plays an important role providing an informative insight into potential career opportunities to students at Wenona. You will promote careers education, as students navigate and develop their post school plans. The Careers Counsellor will work closely with a variety of stakeholders including Director of Student Opportunity and Careers Education, senior teaching Staff, students, families and industry to provide appropriate support. Key priorities for the role include: Promoting diverse post school pathways including, but not limited to university, colleges, TAFE and private providers. Communicating knowledge of current early entry schemes, special entry schemes and awareness of the changing landscape of university admissions. Preparing careers related publications and career updates for members of the Wenona community. Collaborating with various schools to support the development of careers education support materials and resources. This is a permanent full-time position. This role requires the successful applicant to hold a valid NSW Working with Children Check and to be fully COVID vaccinated. For more details about the role and requirements, please refer to the attached role description. About You To be successful in this role, you will bring extensive experience in careers counselling and supporting students in making well-informed career decisions regarding their post school plans, pathways, and opportunities beyond Year 12. You will ensure that all Wenona students have opportunities to develop their passions and pursue a future that is tailored to their interests and talents. You will have strong interpersonal skills and eagerness to promote and deliver careers advice to all Students. You must also have an extensive knowledge of Careers Education within a school context, including the HSC Curriculum, ATAR, UAC and domestic application processes. Application Process Applications should be submitted via Greenhouse and include a resume, a cover letter outlining your relevant experience and interest in the position, copies of qualifications and names of two referees. Wenona is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion, sexual orientation, or age. Wenona School is a child safe environment. Our School actively promotes the safety and wellbeing of all students, and all School staff are committed to protecting students from abuse or harm, in accordance with their legal and ethical obligations including child safe standards. Wenona's Code of Conduct is available on our website. The successful applicant for this position will be required to provide the School with a current Working with Children Check. ( https://www.service.nsw.gov.au/transaction/apply-for-a-working-with-children-check) Closing Date 11:59pm, Tuesday 13 February 2024. Please note, shortlisted candidates will be contacted during this time, so early applications are encouraged. • Thu, 01 FebWenona

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