Leader of Wellbeing (2 point)

Patrician Brothers' College, Fairfield (see more jobs from this school)

FAIRFIELD, NSW 


Coordinator

Contract Type: Permanent/Ongoing Position Full Time

Applications Close: 9 October 2022


Permanent full-time position commencing 27 January 2023

<p> Applications are invited from enthusiastic and qualified educators to apply for the above permanent full-time position commencing 27 January 2023.<strong> </strong></p> <p><strong> </strong>The successful applicant will be:</p> <p></p><p>The successful applicant will report to the Principal through the Director of Wellbeing for:</p><p><b>Student Wellbeing</b></p><ul><li>Work with the Director of Wellbeing, other Leaders of Wellbeing to contribute to on-going development and implementation of the student wellbeing program, supporting the spiritual, intellectual, social, emotional, cultural growth and development of students.</li><li>Actively support the maintenance of high standards for students across uniform, presentation, behaviour on public transport and encourage a positive tone amongst students.</li><li>In collaboration, the Leaders of Wellbeing, track and oversee student attendance including attendance planning and subsequent follow up.</li><li>Case-manage students who have been referred by the Director of Wellbeing.</li><li>Manage and maintain accurate and comprehensive records in line with the College’s legal, ethical, pastoral and professional obligations and responsibilities.</li><li>Liaise with the Director of Wellbeing, Leaders of Wellbeing, and College Counsellors in regards to student welfare.</li></ul><p><b>Student Discipline</b></p><ul><li>Operational management of student discipline. Work as a team with other Leaders of Wellbeing and/or Leaders of Learning in regard to behaviour management processes including; investigating, interviewing, conducting mediation, restorative justice and communicating with parents.</li><li>Work with the Director of Wellbeing, Leaders of Wellbeing to develop and maintain effective procedures for student management that are consistent and just.</li><li>Ensure behaviour management stage levels are adhered to, communicated across the community, and evaluated for effectiveness.</li><li>In collaboration with the Director of Wellbeing, oversight and implementation of Years 7-12 detention program including after school detentions.</li></ul><p><b>Safe and Supportive School Environment</b></p><ul><li>Contribute to the implementation of student-related College policies and guidelines including; Anti-Bullying and Harassment, Child Care and Protection, Management and Resolution of Student Grievances, Student Code of Conduct, Response to Serious Incidents.</li><li>Provide support, advice and guidance to staff in regard to behaviour management strategies.</li><li>Promotion of programs and activities designed to support parents in the nurturing of their children.</li><li>Assist in student leadership initiatives and the promotion of student community service programs across the College.</li><li>Perform any duties as is required by the Principal or their nominees, from time to time.</li></ul><p><b>Other responsibilities include:</b></p><ul><li>Involvement in College decision-making and shared responsibility with other key staff members for such activities as:</li><li>College Assemblies and Special Events.</li><li>College Camps, Graduations and Formals.</li><li>Awards and recognition of achievement and service.</li><li>Teaching load will be negotiated in line with applicants speciality area(s).</li></ul><p><b>Personal Attributes:</b></p><ul><li>Applicants should demonstrate a clear understanding and affinity with the ethos and philosophy of the College and will:</li><li>Support the Catholic faith of the College.</li><li>Have intellectual strength, professional integrity and a passion for education.</li><li>Demonstrate ongoing enthusiasm and initiative.</li><li>Describe their own purposeful and innovative responses to key educational issues.</li><li>Show a commitment to ongoing professional learning.</li><li>Demonstrate approachability and flexibility.</li></ul><p>Child Protection legislation requires the applicant has a current Working With Children Clearance.<br /></p><p>Written applications, including Curriculum Vitae and the names of 3 referees should be sent to the address below by <b>3.00pm on Sunday 9 October 2022</b>.<br /></p>
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Application Instructions

<p>Please forward application to:</p><p>Rachel Quirk</p><p>Principal&#39;s PA</p><p>Email:rachel.quirk&#64;syd.catholic.edu.au </p><p><br /></p>