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Learning Consultant, Religious Education – Eastern Region
Catholic Education Melbourne
Curriculum / Learning
Contract Type: Permanent/Ongoing Position Full Time
Applications Close: 3 February 2020
An excellent opportunity has arisen within the Religious Education team at Catholic Education Melbourne
<h4>Ongoing, full-time position based in our Eastern Regional Office
<br /><br /></h4><p>Catholic Education Melbourne (CEM) is a dynamic education service provider to 334 Catholic primary, secondary and special schools in the Archdiocese of Melbourne. More than 450 staff work across the head office in East Melbourne and four regional offices in the North, East, South and West. CEM provides services to schools in areas as diverse as Curriculum, Religious Education, Finance, ICT, Marketing and Communications, Student Wellbeing, Legal, Planning and Industrial Relations. This community is committed to the safety, wellbeing and protection of all children in our care.
</p><p></p><h4>ABOUT THE POSITION
</h4>The Learning Consultant, Religious Education provides strategic advice relating to the development, implementation and evaluation of Religious Education curriculum, as well as Catholic Education Melbourne and Victorian curriculum assessment and reporting priorities. <p></p><p>Salary range for this position is $83,630 (T2/1) to $104,577 (T2/6) per annum according to the Teacher Salaries as set out in the Victorian Catholic Education Multi Enterprise Agreement 2018. Salary is based upon teaching qualifications and experience. In addition to this, an allowance which is dependent upon years of service will be applicable, plus superannuation according to the Superannuation Guarantee Legislation.
</p><p><b>TO BE SUCCESSFUL <br /></b>The successful applicant will demonstrate an understanding of sector, state and national developments in curriculum, assessment and reporting with a particular focus on Religious Education in a school setting. </p><p>You will have knowledge of, and experience in Catholic school curriculum design and the application of contemporary learning practices in learning and teaching. Outstanding interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate effectively with relevant internal and external stakeholders are essential to this position.
</p><p>The successful applicants will be required to have Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT) accreditation.
</p><p>Applicants must hold full unrestricted working rights for Australia to be considered for this role.
</p><h4>WHATS IN IT FOR YOU? </h4><ul><li>Generous salary and conditions
</li><li>professional development opportunities
</li><li>the opportunity for flexible working arrangements
</li><li>the opportunity to enhance the education of more than 150,000 students.
</li></ul><h5>Applicants need to provide:
</h5><ul><li>a separate statement addressing the Key Selection Criteria
</li><li>a cover letter
</li><li>an up-to-date Curriculum Vitae
</li><li>the contact details for two employment referees (referees will only be contacted with your consent).
</li></ul><p>Applications can be uploaded via the ‘Apply’ tab on the Catholic Education Melbourne website. All enquiries can be directed to the Recruitment Officer at <a href="http://email@example.com" rel="nofollow">firstname.lastname@example.org</a>u or (03) 9267 0228
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