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Student Wellbeing Officer

St Agatha's School
Type
Ongoing
Role
Education Support Employee
Hours
Part-time
Closes
27-05-2024

About the role

Applications are invited from suitably experienced persons for the part-time (2 days per week), ongoing position (FTE 0.35) of Learning Support Officer to commence as soon as practical. This is a Category B Level 2 position under the Diocese of Sale Catholic Education Limited Schools and Secretariat Agreement 2022 
 

ROLE DESCRIPTION

The role of the Student Wellbeing Officer, as outlined in the duties and responsibilities attached includes:

  • supporting student attendance, engagement and mental health
  • supporting students in difficult or challenging situations such as during times of grief.
  • supporting physical, emotional, social and intellectual development and wellbeing of all students
  • supporting an environment of cooperation and respecting a diversity of cultures and traditions.

KEY SELECTION CRITERIA:

The successful applicant will be required to demonstrate:
 

  • A commitment to the ethos, values and mission of Catholic education.
  • A commitment to Child Safety.
  • Capacity to work within the school environment
  • Experience in providing services to improve student engagement and connectedness
  • An ability to provide wellbeing support and specific programs both within and outside of classroom environments to improve student engagement
  • Demonstrated excellent interpersonal skills and an ability to communicate effectively with students, parents and staff
  • A capacity to work closely with key staff members whilst adhering to the school-based policies and procedures.

QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS

  • Student wellbeing officers must hold a Certificate IV equivalent or higher qualification that includes competencies in mental health and making appropriate referrals, and providing pastoral care or working with youth.
  • A valid Employee Working With Children Check 

The interview process may commence prior to the closing date and, if a suitable applicant is found, the role may close early. We encourage applications for the vacancy to be submitted as soon as possible.

St Agatha's Catholic Primary School is committed to the safety, wellbeing and protection of all children in our care. Please refer to the website for our Child Safety.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Application Procedure

Please submit the current CV with 2 professional references, and pre-employment disclosure form to the Principal- Michelle Bruitzman via email principal@stacbourne.catholic.edu.au

Applications close

27th May 2024

Attachments

NSWP_Position_Description_2023.pdf https://admin.cecv.catholic.edu.au/CEOPositionsVacant/attachments/118551_124822.pdf
Pre-employment declaration form.docx https://admin.cecv.catholic.edu.au/CEOPositionsVacant/attachments/118551_124823.docx

Contact details

PrincipalMrs Michelle Bruitzman
Email addressprincipal@stacbourne.catholic.edu.au
Phone5996 2724
AddressScott Street
Cranbourne, 3977