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Assistant Principal

  • Reference No : 7866
  • Contract
  • (Years K-6, Current enrolment 247 )
  • Commencement 29/1/19

KILABEN BAY St Joseph’s Primary School

The Assistant Principal is a key member of the leadership team of a Catholic school. The Assistant Principal exercises a unique professional relationship of support and loyalty to the leadership of the principal and contributes in a way that reflects Catholic discipleship, personal and professional integrity and a commitment to serving the needs of others.

The Assistant Principal is directly responsible to the Principal for the performance of their duties and may deputise in the absence of the Principal.

The Assistant Principal works closely with the Principal to model faith in action and to lead across the school community to develop and shape a shared educational vision focussed on providing quality educational experiences and learning outcomes for all students.

The Assistant Principal contributes to the collaborative decision-making processes and assists the Principal in the planning, implementation and evaluation of school goals and in the transformation of the school culture into a results-oriented professional learning community. The Assistant Principal will support the Principal in embedding socially just practices into daily school life. They will provide an excellent role model for other teachers through supporting and monitoring the learning and growth of effective teachers; and setting high standards for students and staff performance.

Position Requirements

 All teachers will be expected to meet the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers (APST) required by NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA). These standards are reflected in this position description. All staff employed in Catholic schools in the Diocese of Maitland Newcastle must be accredited against the Faith Education Accreditation Policy (2012). Successful applicants will be required to be accredited within four (4) years of appointment.

Essential Criteria

• Must be a practising Catholic
• Ability to articulate a clear understanding of and a personal commitment to Catholic Education and the mission of the Church through Catholic schools
• The applicant has completed or will complete (within four years of appointment) a postgraduate qualification in Religious Education or Theological Studies
• applicants will need to comply with the Accreditation to Work Teach and Lead (formerly FEA ) and will need to work towards Accreditation at Category E – Accreditation for Senior Leadership.
• The applicant should have a four-year trained teacher classification and at least six, preferably eight years, successful teaching experience
• A strong background in and command of a core content area in education with the ability to model and share current research and encourage evidence based practice
• Demonstrated success in creating and leading effective professional learning and building the capacity of teachers as leaders in learning
• Demonstrated ability to initiate and drive change and ensure a culture of continuous improvement
• A demonstrated capacity to think and act strategically; to exercise sound judgement; and to support the Principal in leading the mission of the school
• High level communication and interpersonal skills with the capacity to develop and sustain constructive and respectful relationships within and beyond the school community
• Demonstrated ability to effectively utilise data to optimise organisational and educational outcomes
• Capacity to strengthen and integrate equity and diversity, work health and safety and performance management principles in the ongoing management and development of staff
• Sound understanding of gifted education
• a strong understanding of digital literacy

Desirable Criteria

• Postgraduate qualifications in Educational Leadership
• Capacity to address the specific needs of the school as revealed by the School Profile.

Conditions of Employment

The position of Assistant Principal at this school currently attracts an allowance of $24,749 p.a.

Applications Close Friday 24 August, 2018

Instructions

Forward your Curriculum Vitae together with a covering letter addressing selection criteria via email (preferred) as one pdf to the contact person.

Contact : Michelle Gilbert (michelle.gilbert@mn.catholic.edu.au) +61 2 4979 1268

Applications to:
By email (preferred):

Michelle Gilbert
michelle.gilbert@mn.catholic.edu.au

By post:

Staffing Officer
Catholic Schools Office
PO Box 714
NEWCASTLE 2300

Specific School Requirements/ Additional Info

The covering letter attached to your completed application and CV should address the criteria outlined above and should record your current NESA and Working With Children number. Please download the application pack and additional school specific information.

Applications should be emailed as one PDF attachment (Reference 7866) to michelle.gilbert@mn.catholic.edu.au by 4pm on the closing date.

Referees: Intending applicants are required to nominate three (3) referees:
• The Parish Priest of their parish of worship and/or parish in which they teach
• Current Principal
• One other (which may include School Consultant or Area Supervisor) Confidential Reports will be obtained from these people.

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  • Organisation Catholic Schools Office Maitland-Newcastle
  • Location Kilaben Bay NSW
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The Catholic Schools Office (CSO) is responsible for the leadership, operation and management of systemic schools which educate more than 19,000 students in 45 Primary schools, 11 Secondary schools and one K–12 school in the Catholic Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle. The CSO employs more than 1500 teachers and around 550 support staff. Our main focus is providing support for schools to ensure each student receives a quality education and has the opportunity to grow academically, spiritually, physically and emotionally.

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