Head of Learning Enhancement

Sheldon College

Sheldon, QLD 

Head of Faculty / Department

Contract Type: Permanent/Ongoing Position Full Time

Applications Close: 14 June 2024

Opportunity to lead as the Head of Learning Enhancement and create inclusive educational environments at Sheldon College.

<p><strong>The Role</strong></p><p>Join our team as the Head of Learning Enhancement and lead our efforts in creating inclusive educational environments that support the diverse needs of all students. In this role, you will manage learning support, gifted education, and EAL/D programs, promote an inclusive educational environment, and lead a team of dedicated professionals. If you have a passion for inclusive education and the skills to lead a dynamic team, apply now to make a difference in the lives of students.</p><p><strong>Benefits</strong></p><p>At Sheldon College we strive to be an employer of choice, providing industry leading benefits to our valued Academic teams and are focused on attracting, developing and retaining the best people, through:</p><ul><li>Industry leading remuneration and Co-contribution Superannuation; </li><li>Salary packaging; </li><li>Relocation support;</li><li>Staff Lunch days and Coffee and Cake days every term;</li><li>Employee Assistance Program (EAP) and Staff Wellness Committee;</li><li>On-Site Early Learning Centre with employee fee discount</li><li>Prep - 12 College with employee fee discounts; </li><li>Health initiatives including onsite pop up clinics;</li><li>Support for career progression and a strong focus on professional development; </li><li>Providing staff with the information, tools and technology they need to succeed; </li><li>Facilities and Resources that enable you to be the best, innovative professional in your field;  </li></ul><p><strong> About you</strong></p><ul><li>Previous experience leading Learning Enhancement in Primary and/or Secondary contexts;</li><li>Experienced teacher and leader with a track record of excellence in teaching and learning, with QCT Registration;</li><li>Exceptional communication skills and ability to clearly disseminate information to all stakeholders;</li><li>Demonstrated knowledge of the Australian Curriculum, AITSL standards, Disability Discrimination Act (1992) Disability Standards for Education (2005), Gifted and Talented Education principles, and English as an Additional Language approaches;</li><li>Possess a thorough understanding of EAP, NCCD and AARA processes;</li><li>Proven ability to effectively manage and direct a team, collaborate effectively and foster relationships across the College;</li><li>Additional qualifications and/or experience with diverse learner profiles, learning difficulties/disabilities, EAL/D and/or Gifted Education</li></ul><p><strong>About Us </strong> </p><p><strong>Sheldon College </strong>is an independent, co-educational, non-denominational College situated in Redland City, catering for students from 15 months of age through to Year 12. We provide a first-class curriculum in the academic, sporting and cultural arenas with access to state-of-the-art classrooms, laboratories, resource centres and studios, as well as cultural, performing arts and sporting facilities.    </p><p>Our teachers are our most valuable investment. Every member of our academic staff plays a key role in delivering excellence in education. We deliver on our commitment to provide outstanding education in a safe, secure learning environment, underpinned by our philosophy of  <strong>Love, Laughter and Learning</strong>.  </p>
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