Contract Type: Permanent/Ongoing Position Full Time
Applications Close: 18 February 2020
An excellent opportunity has arisen within the Student Wellbeing team at Catholic Education Melbourne
<h4>Ongoing full-time position based out of the Southern Regional Office
</h4><ul><li>Do you have demonstrated experience in developing and implementing child/adolescent health and wellbeing initiatives in a range of settings including education, government and non-government agencies and the community sector?
</li><li>Do you have post graduate qualifications and experience in working in multi-disciplinary teams with hands-on delivery of both strategic and local level plans, policies, initiatives and reviews
?</li></ul><h4>ABOUT THE POSITION </h4><p>Applications are invited from suitably qualified and experienced persons for the position of Education Officer, Student Wellbeing with Catholic Education Melbourne. This full-time ongoing position will be based at the Southern Regional Office, located in Moorabbin East. Travel to various primary schools in the Melbourne Archdiocese and to the central East Melbourne Office will be required.
</p><p>As part of the Learning Services team, the successful applicant will be responsible for implementing CEM pastoral care, student wellbeing and child safety policies within strategic whole-school frameworks as well as facilitating Student Wellbeing Leaders and Family School Partnerships clusters with their ongoing professional development.
</p><p>Salary for this position is classified under the Victorian Catholic Education Multi Enterprise Agreement 2018 as an Education Officer (EO) Level 1 ($104,729 per annum) to Level 5 ($122,676 per annum) + superannuation.
</p><h4>TO BE SUCCESSFUL
</h4><p>We are looking for a highly skilled leader in the student wellbeing arena who has strong interpersonal and stakeholder engagement skills and a willingness to contribute to a team effort in improving learning, social and wellbeing outcomes and ongoing spiritual development for every student
</p><p>Your attention to detail, advanced ICT skills and sound knowledge of the key principals underpinning Critical Incident Management will be essential to your success in this role.
</p><p>WHATS IN IT FOR YOU? </p><ul><li>Generous salary and conditions
</li><li>professional development opportunities
</li><li>the opportunity for flexible working arrangements
</li><li>enhancing the education of more than 150,000 students.
</li></ul><h4>HOW TO APPLY
</h4><p>All CEM vacancies can be accessed via the Job Search tab on the CEM website at <a href="http://www.cem.edu.au" rel="nofollow">www.cem.edu.au</a>, and entering the position title in the ‘Keyword’ search field. </p><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> or (03) 9267 0228