Catholic Schools Office

Inclusion Officer Tweed

Applications are invited by the Catholic Schools Office Lismore for the position of Inclusion Officer for the Tweed cluster for a period of (5) years. This role provides support and leadership across all aspects of Additional Needs in the K-12 environment.  The Inclusion Officer will lead proactively in building the capacity of school leaders and teachers in the education of students with special needs. They will provide expert and practical support for school communities in the development of student learning plans, student wellbeing and improved learning outcomes.

Overall Purpose of the Position:
The Inclusion Officer is to provide support and leadership across all aspects of Additional Needs in the K-12 environment leading directly to improved teacher pedagogy and student outcomes.

Significant Duties:

  1. Partner with Leadership teams to identify strengths and areas requiring support; respond with effective professional learning in curriculum support, differentiation and adjustments.
  2. Build capacity, collaborate, consult and provide feedback that moves the learning in the school forward.
  3. Model the belief that each student can learn and that each teacher can have a positive impact on each student’s learning.
  4. Provide expertise and accompany school communities in the development of student learning plans that contribute to positive learning environments, improved learning outcomes and well-being.

Relevant information for the position:

Application
Role description
Referee Report
Parish Priest Report
Catholic Schools at a Crossroads
Foundational Values for Catholic Identity and Mission

Applicants are asked to submit a statement addressing how they meet the requirements of the role, a current resume and arrange for (3) referee reports (one of which will be from your Parish Priest) to the recruitment coordinator via email recruitment@lism.catholic.edu.au

Applications close Friday 8 November  2019

Enquires preferred applicants to be subject to employment screening.  Applicants must have legal right to work within Australia.

 

 

Information for teachers from interstate  
If you are moving to NSW from another Australian state or territory, and you want to work as a teacher in NSW, you will be required to be accredited by the National Education Standards Authority (NESA). Each employer in NSW may have their own employment criteria and you should ensure you are aware of any specific requirements such as tertiary study in specific areas.

Already registered with another Australian teaching body?  
If you hold current full registration from another Australian teacher registration body, your registration may be recognised by NESA.  You will still need to apply for Provisional or Conditional Accreditation in NSW. You can then apply to have your interstate registration recognised through a process called Mutual Recognition.