Pastoral Care Worker - Denman

St Joseph's Primary School - Denman


Chaplains / Pastoral Care

Contract Type: Contract Position Part Time

Applications Close: 13 February 2023

St Joseph's Primary School Denman is seeking a temporary part-time (14 hours per week) Pastoral Care Worker to join the team for Term 1, 2023.

St Joseph's Primary School Denman&nbsp;is seeking a temporary part-time (14 hours per week) Pastoral Care Worker&nbsp;to join the team for Term 1, 2023.<br><br>St Joseph’s Primary School is located in the small, thriving Upper Hunter town of Denman.<br>Our School offers quality Catholic education for students from Kindergarten to Year 6 from the areas of Denman, Martindale, Sandy Hollow, Bureen and Jerrys Plains.<br>St Joseph's is an open and caring community where social justice, honesty, compassion and love are nurtured and valued.<br>Our school community is built on an active partnership between the parents, school and local Parish and curriculum differentiation ensures that the needs of all students are catered for at all levels.<br><br><a href="" target="_blank"><strong><br><br><head3><b>POSITION DESCRIPTION</b></head3></strong></a><br><br>Pastoral care is defined in the Project Agreement with the Commonwealth Government as the practice of looking after the personal needs of students, not just their academic needs, through the provision of general spiritual and personal advice.<br><br>Pastoral care workers support the Pastoral Care of students by providing:<br><li>pastoral care services<br></li><li>strategies that support the wellbeing of the broader school community. NSCP, 2019, 10. (Guidelines on NSW Arrangements for 2020–2022).<br><br>&nbsp;The role of the pastoral care worker will vary depending on the needs of the individual schools and their communities. Therefore, schools are encouraged to shape the role of the position according to local needs and the capacities of the incumbent.<br><br>The Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle is committed to safeguarding children and vulnerable adults, preventing those in our care from suffering abuse or neglect, and is committed to being compliant with the National Principles for Child Safe Organisations and the National Catholic Safeguarding Standards. All employees are required to undergo a National Police Check, retain a valid NSW Working with Children Check and ensure compliance with our safeguarding policies, the Diocesan Safeguarding Commitment Statement, and the Codes of Conduct.</li>
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