Coordinator (Head Of House) - St Clare's College, Griffith ACT

St Clare's College (Griffith) (see more jobs from this school)

Griffith, ACT 


Coordinator

Contract Type: Permanent/Ongoing Position Full Time

Applications Close: 16 June 2024


St Clare’s College is an inclusive and welcoming community open to life, challenge and change. At St Clare’s, learning is valued and students are given every opportunity to grow in all dimensions of their life. We provide a safe and empowering environment for students to reach their full potential. We are a learning community whose teachers strive for the spiritual, physical, emotional, and intellectual development of all students.

<p><strong>Location:&nbsp;</strong>Griffith, ACT&nbsp;<br><strong>Employment Type:</strong>&nbsp;Permanent&nbsp;&nbsp;<br><strong>Employment Status:</strong>&nbsp;Full-time&nbsp;&nbsp;<br><strong>Salary Range: </strong>$137,133 plus superannuation&nbsp;<br><strong>Start Date: </strong>Negotiable&nbsp;&nbsp;<br><strong>Closing Date:&nbsp;</strong>11.55 pm, 16 June 2024&nbsp;<br>&nbsp;</p><p><strong>About Us&nbsp;</strong></p><p>Catholic Education, Archdiocese of Canberra and Goulburn (CECG) plays an integral role in education in the ACT and NSW, operating 56 Catholic Systemic Schools and nine Early Learning Centres.&nbsp;</p><p>CECG is committed to workforce diversity and creating inclusive workplaces. We welcome applications from suitable candidates from all diversity groups to support our system of schools and early learning centres in delivering quality education outcomes for the students in our care.&nbsp;</p><p><strong>About St Clare's</strong>&nbsp;</p><p>St Clare’s College is an inclusive and welcoming community open to life, challenge and change. At St Clare’s, learning is valued and students are given every opportunity to grow in all dimensions of their life. We provide a safe and empowering environment for students to reach their full potential. We are a learning community whose teachers strive for the spiritual, physical, emotional, and intellectual development of all students.</p><p><strong>About the Role</strong>&nbsp;</p><p>The Coordinator (Head of House) is a member of our Pastoral Care Team. They lead, plan, and implement the Pastoral Program, and build the capacity of their Pastoral Care Teachers to deliver the Pastoral Program effectively. They ensure that the school-wide focus on learning and well-being is continuous, actively supported by the College Pastoral Program and relative to the needs of students. The Coordinator (Head of House) is responsible for the leadership, development and administration of excellence in pastorally focused teaching and learning across the College.</p><p><strong>Benefits and Opportunities&nbsp;</strong></p><ul><li>A positive and collaborative workplace culture&nbsp;</li><li>Extensive training in our high-quality professional learning program, Catalyst&nbsp;</li><li>Access to curriculum resources that support evidence-based, high-impact teaching practice&nbsp;</li><li>24 weeks of paid parental leave (maternity/adoption)&nbsp;</li><li>Up to 14 weeks of paid parental leave (paternity/non-initial primary carer leave)&nbsp;</li><li>Support for professional development and study opportunities&nbsp;</li><li>Opportunities to transfer to other schools within the Archdiocese across ACT and NSW to support lifestyle choice&nbsp;</li></ul><p><strong>Key Responsibilities</strong>&nbsp;</p><ul><li>Support the implementation of the College Pastoral Program, designing relevant lessons that align with the program and building staff capacity to deliver the program effectively.</li><li>Supervise and support Pastoral Care Teachers to ensure they are fully aware of their responsibilities and obligations relating to the pastoral care of students.</li><li>Work collaboratively with all members of the school community to ensure that student learning and well-being are the core business of our practice and policy.</li><li>Ensure that the Assistant Principal Mission and Culture is kept informed promptly about issues relating to students’ pastoral welfare.</li><li>Lead by example, setting and modelling excellent standards of teaching and working with staff to provide an optimal learning environment for all students.</li><li>Develop effective and appropriate relationships with and between community members – students, staff, and parents.</li></ul><p><strong>Qualifications</strong>&nbsp;&nbsp;</p><ul><li>Must hold an ACT Working with Vulnerable People (WWVP) registration.</li><li>Must hold an ACT Teaching Quality Insitute (TQI) accreditation.&nbsp;</li><li>Completed relevant education/teaching tertiary qualification</li></ul><p><strong>Selection Criteria&nbsp;</strong></p><ol><li>Demonstrated evidence of effective teamwork and collaboration.</li><li>Appropriate qualifications and a commitment to engage in relevant ongoing Professional Learning.</li><li>Successful experience in Educational Leadership.</li><li>A strong understanding of contemporary approaches to student learning and effective pedagogical practices.</li><li>The capacity to lead a team of people and to bring about effective change.</li><li>A high level of organisational and communication skills</li></ol><p><i>Please refer to the position description for in-depth details regarding the position duties, criteria, and skill set required.&nbsp;</i></p><p><strong>Other Eligibility Criteria&nbsp;</strong></p><ul><li>You must be an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident to be eligible to apply for this position.&nbsp;</li><li>Appointment is subject to satisfactory employment screening for child-related employment in accordance with CECG policy.</li></ul><p><strong>Application Process&nbsp;</strong></p><p>Applicants are required to submit a cover letter and current resume including a statement of suitability against the skills, attributes, and experience as outlined in the Position Description.&nbsp;</p><p>This position involves working with children. The appointment of successful applicants will be subject to satisfactory employment screening for child-related employment in accordance with CE policy.&nbsp;</p><p>For further information about the School please visit our&nbsp;<a href="https://stcc.act.edu.au/">website</a>. Information about the Catholic Education Archdiocese of Canberra &amp; Goulburn can be accessed&nbsp;<a href="https://cg.catholic.edu.au/">here</a>.&nbsp;</p><p><strong>Position-specific queries:</strong>&nbsp;Please contact Juliette Major&nbsp;on 02 6260 9400 or via email <a href="mailto:juliette.major@stcc@act.edu.au">juliette.major@stcc@act.edu.au</a>&nbsp;</p><p><strong>Application queries:</strong> Please contact the Recruitment team on 02 6218 0007 or via email&nbsp;<a href="mailto:recruitment@cg.catholic.edu.au">recruitment@cg.catholic.edu.au</a>.&nbsp;</p><p>#S-DNI&nbsp;</p><p><br><br>&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;<a href="https://careers.cg.catholic.edu.au/cw/en/PositionDescriptionDocument/503240/coordinator-head-of-house-st-clares-college-griffith-act">Applicant Information Pack</a></p>