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Consultant to Schools – Primary

  • Full-time Temporary Position (Leave Position)
  • Commencing 29 January 2018
  • Concluding 25 January 2019

The Executive Director of Schools invites applications for the above position from educators with experience as a Primary School Principal and who demonstrate a personal commitment to the teachings and practice of the Catholic Faith. The successful applicant will be a member of the Catholic Education Office Leadership Team.

Based in Bathurst or Dubbo, the role exists to support the Executive Director of Schools in the implementation of the Diocesan Strategic Plan with a focus on building capacity for school improvement. This role provides support to a cluster of schools in the Diocese of Bathurst and will involve travel.

A role description and selection criteria are to be obtained from the CEDB website www.bth.catholic.edu.au

A valid Working with Children Check Number is required for this position and must be provided at the time of application. To apply for a Working with Children Check Number visit www.kidsguardian.nsw.gov.au

Applications must address the selection criteria and include a C.V, the names of three professional referees (one being a Priest of the Parish) and certified copies of relevant qualifications. Applications are to be marked ‘CONFIDENTIAL’ and submitted to:

Mrs Jenny Cosgrove
HR Manager
Catholic Education Office
PO Box 308 BATHURST NSW 2795
Phone: (02) 6338 3000 Fax: (02) 6338 3001
Email: j.cosgrove@bth.catholic.edu.au

Applications close: Tuesday, 3 October 2017 at 3.00pm

The Catholic Education Office Bathurst is an equal opportunity employer

Organisation

Catholic Education Bathurst

Location

Bathurst, NSW

Contact Person

Jenny Cosgrove

Phone

+61 2 6338 3000

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The Catholic Diocese of Bathurst provides a diverse range of educational options, from primary schools in small rural communities to large secondary schools. More than 9000 students attend 33 Catholic schools in the diocese, enjoying high educational standards in contemporary, Christ-centred learning environments. In partnership with parents and parishes, our schools nurture a relationship with Jesus, educate for academic excellence and prepare students for lifelong service in a faith-centred community. Catholic schools are first and foremost religious schools. Our Catholic schools provide a unique opportunity for students to grow, both in relationship with God, and also in knowledge, understanding, wisdom and life skills, in a way that promotes the integration of their faith and their daily lives.