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Education Officer Inclusion and Diverse Learning-Behaviour
Contract Type: Contract Position Full Time
Applications Close: 11 December 2022
Catholic Education, Diocese of Wagga Wagga (CEDWW) has an exciting opportunity for a full-time position of Education Officer Inclusion and Diverse Learning - Behaviour commencing January 2023!
<p>Catholic Education, Diocese of Wagga Wagga (CEDWW) assists 29 Catholic Primary and Secondary schools located throughout Regional NSW, to maximise student learning, growth and development.</p><p>CEDWW staff are responsible for providing on-going operational guidance and administrative assistance across the areas of Learning and Teaching, Student Wellbeing and Diverse Learning, Evangelisation and Religious Education, School and System Improvement, Finance and Resources, Information and Communication Technologies and People and Culture services.</p><p>To find out more about the Catholic Education, Diocese of Wagga Wagga, click <a href="https://ww.catholic.edu.au/" rel="nofollow">here</a>.</p><p><b>What we can offer:
</b></p><ul><li>3 Year full-time position commencing Friday 27 January 2023.</li><li>Three (3) year contract with the option for an additional three (3) years subject to ongoing successful Performance Reviews.</li><li>Opportunity to work in a Wagga Wagga school in Inclusion and Diverse Learning (0.4) and with the Student Wellbeing and Diverse Learning Team (0.6) at CEDWW providing support to schools on all matters relating to self regulation/behaviour needs
</li><li>Access to Salary Packaging </li><li>Access to our Employee Assistance Program</li></ul><p><b>Your new role:</b></p><p>As an Education Officer Diverse Learning - Behaviour you will be responsible for supporting schools to implement procedures for diocesan wide behaviour support and assisting schools with students requiring individual behaviour support. The Inclusion and Diverse Learning Teacher is responsible for supporting classroom teachers in planning and implementing effective programs, strategies and practices for students with disability and diverse learning needs.</p><p><b>The key responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to:</b></p><ul><li>Working with colleagues to access specialist knowledge, and relevant policy and legislation, to develop school wide procedures/guidelines regarding behaviour management and support
</li><li>Working with colleagues to plan, support and evaluate intervention plans for students with behavioural needs
</li><li>Working with colleagues to plan, evaluate and modify learning and teaching programs to implement inclusive strategies to create productive learning environments that engage and support all students.
</li><li>Contributing to the implementation of current school and/or system practices, curriculum and legislative requirements to ensure student well-being and safety.
</li><li>Supporting the implementation of the new Student Wellbeing for Learning Framework (2023 launch)</li></ul><p>For further information on the position of Inclusive and Diverse Learning Teacher, a copy of the position description can be found in the attachments below.</p><p><b>Qualifications Licences and Competencies:</b></p><ul><li>Postgraduate academic qualifications additional to initial teacher training and evidence of personal responsibility for ongoing relevant professional learning.
</li><li>Accreditation for Leadership in a Catholic School (Category C, Accreditation to Work, Teach and Lead in Systemic Catholic Schools) or working towards Accreditation.
</li><li>Qualifications and/or significant professional experience in Special Education or Inclusive Education or Behaviour Management
</li><li>Current Drivers Licence
</li><li>Current Working With Children Check
</li><li>Current National Criminal History Check.</li></ul><p><b>Skills and Experience:</b></p><ul><li>Ability to source and provide information to relevant personnel within the school community on the educational, legal, and social issues which impact on the learning of students with diverse needs-including: Children and Young Persons (Care and Protection) Act, 1998 Disability Discrimination Act, 1992 Disability Standards for Education, 2005 Privacy Act, 1988 Work Health and Safety Act, 2011 Work Health and Safety Legislation, 2017 Nationally Consistent Collection of Data on School Students with Disability (NCCD)</li><li>Experience as an Inclusion or Special Learning needs teacher and/or school leader in the K-12 education sector
</li><li>Awareness of effective learning principles in the professional development of teachers
</li><li>Capacity to work collaboratively with other professionals in non-school based positions and school communities
</li><li>Effective communication, interpersonal, leadership and organisational skills
</li><li>Understanding of the use of data to inform teacher practice and student learning improvement</li></ul><p><b>What is next?
</b></p><p>If you are interested in this position and would like further information, please contact <b>Monica Cameron</b> on 0439 198 116.
</p><p>Applicants should submit a cover letter (outlining why they’re applying, the skills they will bring to the role, and any previous experience with diverse learners and inclusive practices) and a copy of their resume via email: <a href="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org" rel="nofollow">email@example.com</a>.</p><p>Applications close on <b>Sunday 11 December 2022</b>.</p><p><i>This position involves working with children. The appointment of the successful applicant will be subject to satisfactory employment screening for child related employment in accordance with CEDWW policy.
</i></p><p><i>"CEDWW is a child related employer and is committed to the safety, wellbeing and protection of all children and young people in our care"
</i></p><p><i>CEDWW is an equal opportunity employer. All recruitment and selection decisions are based solely on merit and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, as well as people from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds.</i></p><p>