Leader of Wellbeing

Marist Sisters' College, Woolwich



Contract Type: Permanent/Ongoing Position Full Time

Applications Close: 5 October 2021

<p><b>Is this you?</b></p><ul><li><b>The future of education, learning and wellbeing in the workplace excites you.</b></li><li><b>You can transform current research into practical programs to ensure care and respect within the college.</b></li><li><b>You enjoy collaboration which produces better wellbeing outcomes for students </b></li><li><b>You can lead and support House and Year Coordinators by providing effective and connected wellbeing programs and initiatives.</b></li><li><b>Would you relish the opportunity to be a member of an agile, professional and committed Leadership Team?</b></li><li><b>Would you like to be involved in a progressive educational community where young women thrive, are well supported and know the satisfaction of contribution and achievement?</b></li></ul><p>The College is seeking to appoint a <b>Leader of Wellbeing</b>. This position will attract a 3-point time and remuneration allocation and will commence in Term 1, 2022.</p><p><b>About the role:</b></p><p>This exciting role will attract a leader who brings a passion to inspire young women to ‘endeavour, evolve and exceed’. As a member of the College Leadership Team, the <b>Leader of Wellbeing</b> shares a responsibility for leadership of the College’s vision, mission and strategic priorities and leads the vision for appropriate wellbeing programs and initiatives.</p><p>The Leader of Wellbeing takes leadership of the schools strategic vision for wellbeing, achieved through:</p><ul><li>Creating a faith community that brings the Gospel and teachings of the Catholic Church to all the students, families and staff;</li><li>Collaborating within a contemporary, student-centred learning culture focused on quality teaching and quality learning that achieves the best outcomes of Catholic schooling for all students;</li><li>Initiating and leading change to promote a positive culture of Wellbeing within the College;</li><li>Collaborating in the development of contemporary Wellbeing Programs and initiatives which are informed by research, evidence-based data and critical reflection;</li><li>Leading and facilitating learning in the area of contemporary Wellbeing with evidence-based practice;</li><li>Overseeing College policies and procedures relating to Wellbeing;</li><li>Coordinating case management for best practice in student support;</li><li>Collaborating with both internal and external agencies to support student wellbeing.</li></ul><p>A full role description is available on application.<br /></p><p>Interested applicants should submit a cover letter to the Principal, Dr Anne Ireland; an application addressing each of the selection criteria, a current resume and completed <b><i>Employment Application Form for Teaching Staff</i></b> (found on the College website under Employment Opportunities) with certified copies of qualifications.<br /></p><p>Teachers must be registered to teach with Sydney Catholic Schools (SCS). If you are not already employed by SCS, to commence this process please go to:</p><p><i>https://sydcatholicschools.nsw.edu.au/careers/registration-to-teach</i></p><p>The successful applicant will be required to hold and maintain a valid Working With Children Check from the Office of the Children&#39;s Guardian.</p><p><b>Applications in writing to:</b></p><p>Mrs Narelle Camroux, Personal Assistant to the Principal</p><p>Email: narelle.camroux&#64;syd.catholic.edu.au</p>
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