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Advanced Child Protection Practitioner

Dynamic Child Protection Program – North Division Drive Change and your Career Full time CPP4 Opportunities Available
The North Division Child Protection Branch prides itself on its commitment to making children safe, supporting stronger families, and protecting future generations.
The dynamic and professional practitioners located at our Bendigo Child Protection Branch service a diverse client base in a vibrant and diverse inland city.
Outstanding opportunities currently exist for Advanced Child Protection Practitioners (CPP4's) to provide case management functions to children and families in receipt of a Targeted Care Package (TCP) which deliver wrap-around supports for children. The role also manages the case coordination function of TCP's contracted to service providers implementing the TCP.
Pivotal to your success will be your ability to assess risk, to build relationships with other professionals and to engage with children and their families in a supportive capacity, addressing issues that compromise child safety and well-being.
 
In return you will receive;
Supervision by Leaders in the field Exposure to innovative Social Work Practices Ongoing Professional Development Relocation Assistance
Make the decision to pursue a fulfilling professional career and help Victorian families.
For further information on the position description and the
selection criteria visit; www.careers.vic.gov.au  
Please contact Kim Grindlay, Acting Child Protection Operations Manager on *****99 + click to reveal for further information. 
Job Reference number: DHHS/ND/456859
Applications close: Tuesday, 28 November 2017
For more information about the Department of Health & Human Services visit www.dhhs.vic.gov.au
To apply online and for other DHHS and Victorian Government job opportunities please visit www.careers.vic.gov.au
Police Checks form part of the Department of Health & Human Services recruitment process.
The department promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment and is committed to a more diverse workforce. If you are an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander applicant, or if you have a disability, and require advice and support with the recruitment process, please contact our Diversity Unit on *****@dhhs.vic.gov.au + click to reveal
 
 
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Are you ready for a career change that inspires?
Tiwi College now has a rewarding opportunity for an Academic Coordinator to join their staff on a full-time basis.
As the Academic Coordinator you will provide personal and professional mentoring for academic staff, coordinate and report on curriculum and academic programs, coordinate programs and services related to individual student learning needs and contribute as a member of the executive leadership team.   
The role is well suited to an organised, passionate and energetic person who has an empathetic approach and happy to take on a challenge. 
A remote opportunity with a difference
Tiwi College prides itself on its strong community culture which has evolved over the last 6 years to result in excellent student attendance and retention rates. As a relatively new and well-resourced facility, staff have excellent conditions as part of their work entitlements and due to all of these factors, staff satisfaction levels and retention rates are extremely high.
For your hard work and dedication, you will have access to a host of benefits including:
Fully paid accommodation, phone, internet and utilities; Subsidised flights off the Island; Relocation assistance.
If you are an empathetic person looking for a new adventure and an opportunity to make a difference to the lives of the young Tiwi, then this could be the role for you! Apply now and become part of the "Picka Family".
Position commences 22nd January, 2018.
To find out more about the school copy and paste the following links into your browser:
See our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/TiwiCollege.NT/
School Location: http://bit.ly/2cRF4ps
Tiwi College Website: www.tiwicollege.com
The Hayden Reynolds Tiwi College Project: www.tiwigarden.com
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Applicants please Include:
Expressions of interest are to be sent via e-mail to:
Curriculum vitae / relevant work experience Contact details of 3 referees Short statement explaining why you would like to be part of our community Stuart Ward
Principal
Tiwi College
 
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http://www.tiwicollege.com
 
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The School of Psychological and Clinical Sciences is responsible for teaching and research in the fields of health professional related sciences such as psychological, pharmacological, biomedical and exercise and sports science. It also provides foundation education in a range of biological, chemical and biomedical sciences. The School offers a range of undergraduate, honours and postgraduate programs that cater to the beginner student, students in pursuit of a health professional or research career and those in pursuit of lifelong learning. The School has strong partnerships with the Menzies School of Health Research and Flinders University's Northern Territory Medical Program.As the Associate Head of Pharmacy, you will encourage and facilitate the development of a professional team approach to the work of the Pharmacy team through a range of mechanisms including mentoring, team-building, professional management and leadership
You will need to demonstrate your commitment to understanding the needs of students, the profession, and Indigenous and remote communities in the Northern Territory and have the ability to lead the development and promotion of non-traditional career pathways for Pharmacy graduates.
To be successful, you require a Ph.D. in a relevant area of Pharmacy, and professional activity in Pharmacy, or aligned discipline as well as demonstrated leadership in teaching, curriculum development and curriculum renewal at undergraduate level in one or more areas of pharmacy.
Applications Close: 17 December 2017 
For further information please contact Professor Timothy Skinner, Head of School - Psychological and Clinical Sciences on *****08 + click to reveal or e-mail *****@cdu.edu.au  + click to reveal
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The School of Health delivers teaching in the areas of Social Work, Humanitarian, Emergency and Disaster Management Studies, Midwifery, Child and Family Health and Nursing. Successful completion of the Bachelor of Nursing course enables students to apply to the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia for registration as a Registered Nurse. Undergraduate nursing units are offered in both internal and external modes. The versatility of the nursing program ensures nursing students, from beginner to more advanced levels including postgraduate coursework and research, are able to pursue lifelong learning and enjoy a range of career opportunities. The University's Research Centre for Health and Wellbeing supports higher degree by research students and undertakes research as it relates to individuals, groups, families and communities, with a focus on interdisciplinary and intercultural approaches. Areas of strength include Indigenous health and wellbeing, health services research, social impacts on community wellbeing and health care, and clinical research.
As a Lecturer in Nursing you are a member of a course team that contributes the educational and professional preparation of pre-registration and post-graduate nursing students through provision of instruction in the theory and practice of professional nursing and will be expected to contribute to at least one specialist clinical area – for example, mental health, acute care, medical-surgical, renal, community-based, rural and remote. 
To be successful, the attainment of, or working toward a Master's Degree in Nursing is essential as well as a current nursing registration with Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency.
Applications Close: 5 January 2018
For further information please contact Ms Beryl McEwan, Lecturer in Health - Nursing on e-mail *****@cdu.edu.au  + click to reveal
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The Company
We educate the next generation by growing emotionally intelligent and resilient children.
We engage our practitioners in current research to guide pedagogy and practice.
We are committed to children becoming lifelong learners.
We see children as capable and competent, and promote independence.
We strive for exceptional standards through constant Quality Improvement.
We focus on the Circle of Security strategies for guiding children in the 3-5 ages.
The Opportunity
Foundation Early Learning are seeking a rare and exceptional Chef. As an Chef, you will passionate about preparing fresh and wholesome meals for children.
You will naturally maintain a clean and safe kitchen, in accordance with Food and Council Authority requirements. You will be reliable, positive and well organised. You will enjoy working with families and children.
Your experience
Experience and passion for cooking a wide variety of nutritious foods suitable for children aged 6 weeks to 6 years old; Experience in development of a rotating menu, including catering for allergies and intolerances; Certificate in Commercial Cookery, or equivalent; Food Handling Safety Certificate;  National Police Clearance Certificate; Current Working with Children Card; Experience working in a Childcare kitchen is an advantage.
If you believe you fit the criteria above, please send through a resume and cover letter detailing:
Your knowledge of and experience as a Chef in a Child Care Centre; Description of your understanding of Food Handling Practices; Qualifications.
Send application to *****@fel.edu.au + click to reveal
NOTE: Please be aware that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted regarding the role.
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Service Manager
The Company
We educate the next generation by growing emotionally intelligent and resilient children.
We engage our practitioners in current research to guide pedagogy and practice.
We are committed to children becoming lifelong learners.
We see children as capable and competent, and promote independence.
We strive for exceptional standards through constant Quality Improvement.
We focus on the Circle of Security strategies for guiding children in the 3-5 ages. 
The Opportunity
Foundation Early Learning are seeking a passionate Service Manager. As an Service Manager, you love to lead and inspire others. You love to build relationships with families and the local community and ensure your centre delivers service excellence.  
Your experience
You will have a deep understanding of, or a willingness to gain the understanding of Pikler practices and pedogogy in primary caregiving.
You will have experience in achieving targets and working to compliance standards. You will have experience in not just managing a centre but inspiring excellence. 
Qualifications
Previous experience in a similar role; Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care or higher; National Police Clearance Certificate; Current Working with Children Card; Good knowledge of the Early Years Learning and National Quality Framework.  
Additional Benefits that may be offered to the successfully appointed service manager:
Above award salary package and incentives RDOs Ongoing support for training and professional development Relocation and accommodation assistance Visa sponsorship Discounts on parent fees 
If you believe you fit the criteria above, please send through a resume and cover letter detailing:
Your knowledge of or experience with Circle of Security and/ or Pikler approach; Description of your idea of a centre of excellence; Experience; Qualifications.
Send application to *****@fel.edu.au.  + click to reveal
NOTE: Please be aware that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted regarding the role.
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AMA TRAINING SERVICES (RTO 2010)
A fantastic opportunity exists for an experienced and qualified trainer to join the Australian Medical Association to deliver medical administration training for overseas learners. 
Join the training arm of WA's peak medical body Apply your clinical and medical administration skills in an international setting Challenging and rewarding career opportunity 
COMPANY OVERVIEW:
AMA Training Services has been operating as a respected registered training organisation for over twenty years, created as a division of the Australian Medical Association (WA) group of companies. AMA Training Services offers a range of vocational education and training solutions from Certificate II level to Diploma, throughout Australia. AMA Training Services specialises in medical related training packages, customised solutions and short courses.
 
THE ROLE:
We are seeking a Cert IV TAE qualified trainer with extensive experience in medical administration (preferably proven experience as a Practice Manager). A clinical (Paramedic/EN/RN) background is seen as essential.
The successful applicant will train and mentor international staff, in the Asia-Pacific region, to a HLT37315 Certificate III in Health Administration standard. These staff will be responsible for the day to day duties of working in health clinics, complete with records management, billing, stock management, drug dispensing and the taking of blood samples. Learners will also be trained in the provision of basic community mental health services.
This role will be for an initial 3-month period, carried out overseas with all airfares, accommodation, meals, transport, insurances and incidentals paid for. The role will be fully supported by AMA Training from Perth and offers a unique opportunity to further your career into international delivery. There is a possibility that the role will be extended to either long-term contract work or full-time employment.
Whilst training will be delivered in English, we are looking for a trainer experienced in delivering AQF training packages to learners with English as a second language.
TO APPLY:
For a confidential discussion, contact Jan Norberger, General Manager for Education and Training.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
 
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PO Box 133, Nedlands WA 6909 I Telephone: *****00 + click to reveal
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The Practice Leader is responsible for providing expert case practice advice and leadership as well as supporting and developing Child Protection Practitioners in the integration of theory and practice while demonstrating expertise through case management.
Pivotal to your success in this challenging yet fulfilling role, the ideal candidates will possess demonstrable skills in the following key areas; Highly developed People Management skills with the ability to forge relationships at all levels of the organisation Leadership capability emulated through high level mentoring, coaching and supervision at an expert level Superior understanding of child development, attachment and trauma theories in relation to child protection practice, and engagement with offenders.
For further information on the position description and the selection criteria visit; www.careers.vic.gov.au
Please contact Jenny Papageorgiou on *****60 + click to reveal for further information regarding this position.
For further information on the position description and the selection criteria visit; www.careers.vic.gov.au 

Please contact Jenny Papageorgiou on *****60 + click to reveal
Job Reference number: DHHS/ND/875423
Applications close: Tuesday, 5 December 2017
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Contemporary Child Protection Program Outstanding Leadership Opportunities Drive Sustainable Change - Relocate to Victoria Today
The North Division Child Protection Branch prides itself on its commitment to making children safe, supporting stronger families, and protecting future generations.
The dynamic and professional practitioners working across our Preston, Bendigo, Mildura and Swan Hill offices service a diverse client base in a variety of metropolitan, regional and rural locations.
Outstanding opportunities currently exist in all locations for highly motivated individuals to join the North Division – Child Protection Branch in the capacity of Senior Practitioners (Supervisory & Non-Supervisory) – CPP5 Classification.
Senior Child Protection Practitioners are responsible for supporting and developing Child Protection Practitioners in the integration of theory and practice whilst demonstrating their expertise through case practice and the metoring of child protection practitioners.
Pivotal to your success in this challenging and fulfilling role, ideal candidates will possess superior practice and risk assessment capability and leadership acumen coupled with experience assuming a mentoring role.
In return you will receive;
Supervision by Leaders in the field Exposure to innovative Social Work Practices Ongoing Professional Development Relocation Assistance Access to Rural Location Incentive Program (Rural)
To find out more about living in Victoria please visit http://www.liveinvictoria.vic.gov.au
 
Make the decision to pursue a fulfilling professional career and help Victorian families.
For further information on the position description and the
selection criteria visit; www.careers.vic.gov.au  
For a confidential discussion regarding these opportunities please contact:
For Preston: Kathryn Ellard on *****53 + click to reveal
For Bendigo, Mildura & Swan Hill : Hilary Makepeace on *****23 + click to reveal
For Preston please quote Job Reference number: DHHS/ND/513514
For Bendigo, Mildura & Swan Hill please quote Job Reference number: DHHS/ND/513515
Applications close: Tuesday, 28 November 2017
For more information about the Department of Health & Human Services visit www.dhhs.vic.gov.au
To apply online and for other DHHS and Victorian Government job opportunities please visit www.careers.vic.gov.au
Police Checks form part of the Department of Health & Human Services recruitment process.
The department promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment and is committed to a more diverse workforce. If you are an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander applicant, or if you have a disability, and require advice and support with the
recruitment process, please contact our Diversity Unit on *****@dhhs.vic.gov.au + click to reveal
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About the business and the role
Foster and Kinship Carers Association NT Incorporated is an independent, non-government, not-for-profit agency supporting foster and kinship carers. We provide information on carers' rights and services, offer confidential advice and advocate on behalf of carers.
This new role offers an exciting opportunity to be part of the Senior Management Team.
Job tasks and responsibilities
The Operational Manager is responsible for the overall business and human resource management of the Association, providing high level advice on business and resource planning, financial sustainability and compliance; and to lead the team in all sectors of our core business.
Skills and experience
Relevant tertiary qualifications with demonstrated achievements in a comparable senior operational role and advocacy experience. Relevant experience in the area of disability/health care/ community or human services sector will be highly regarded. 
Selection Criteria:
Strong Written and Oral Communication Skills Understanding of Budgets, Financial Reporting & Administration systems Recruitment Lead & Change Management Advocacy Skills Knowledge of the Out-of-Home Care Sector
Application
Please get in contact with us for a FULL position description.
Applicants are required to submit a cover letter including responses to the selection criteria of no more than ½ page for each criterion, a detailed resume and two recent referees.
Applications received without addressing the selection criteria will not be considered.
Applications are to be received by COB Friday 1st December 2017.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are strongly encouraged to apply.
Address to:  The Manager, Foster & Kinship Carers Association NT, PO Box 42716, Casuarina NT  0811 or via email to *****@fostercarersnt.org.au  + click to reveal  
Should you require any further information please direct your call in the first instance to Anne-marie *****28. + click to reveal
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Contemporary Child Protection Program Outstanding Leadership Opportunities Drive Sustainable Change - Relocate to Victoria Today
Outstanding opportunities currently exist in all locations for highly motivated individuals to join the North Division Leadership team in the capacity of Team Manager– CPP5 Classification.
The North Division Child Protection Branch prides itself on its commitment to making children safe, supporting stronger families, and protecting future generations.
The dynamic and professional practitioners working across our Preston, Bendigo, Mildura and Swan Hill offices service a diverse client base in a variety of metropolitan, regional and rural locations.
Team Managers are responsible for delivering positive outcomes for children and families, statutory case planning, case allocation and management of resources, budget and a small team of practitioners. Team Managers work collaboratively with the Senior Child Protection Practitioner to strengthen case practice and to support other practitioners.
Pivotal to your success in this challenging yet fulfilling role, ideal candidates will possess highly developed people management skills with the ability to forge relationships at all levels of the organisation and superior stakeholder management experience, underpinned by strong business acumen.
In return you will receive;
Supervision by Leaders in the field Exposure to innovative Social Work Practices Ongoing Professional Development Relocation Assistance Access to the Rural Incentive Package (Rural)
 
Make the decision to pursue a fulfilling professional career and help Victorian families.
For further information on the position description and the
selection criteria visit; www.careers.vic.gov.au  
For a confidential discussion regarding these opportunities please contact:
For Preston: Veronica Martin on *****94 + click to reveal
For Bendigo, Swan Hill and Preston: Kim Grindlay on *****99 + click to reveal
For Preston please quote Job Reference number: DHHS/ND/625310
For Bendigo, Mildura & Swan Hill please quote Job Reference number: DHHS/ND/625311
Applications close: Tuesday, 28 November 2017
For more information about the Department of Health & Human Services visit www.dhhs.vic.gov.au
To apply online and for other DHHS and Victorian Government job opportunities please visit www.careers.vic.gov.au
Police Checks form part of the Department of Health & Human Services recruitment process.
The department promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment and is committed to a more diverse workforce. If you are an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander applicant, or if you have a disability, and require advice and support with the recruitment process, please contact our Diversity Unit on *****@dhhs.vic.gov.au + click to reveal
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Our Brand new state of the art Centre, Creative Kids Childcare Zuccoli is currently seeking motivated, passionate and enthusiastic leaders with potential for future growth within the company to join our team!
We currently have positions available for Experienced Childcare Leaders and ECT's
To apply for an ECT position, The successful applicants must:
Hold a Bachelor in Early Childhood education and care, or be 50% completed and actively working towards. Current First Aid qualification – Asthma and anaphylaxis training. Ochre Card (Working with Children Card). Be available to Work Fulltime Hours on a rotating shift – Monday to Friday (opening at 7.00am, closing at 6:00) Support and contribute to the program to achieve high quality outcomes for children. provide consistent, active engagement for children while working in the scope of our philosophy and policies, EYLF and National Quality Standards. Build and maintain strong, positive relationships with families, children and the centre team. Contribute to and promote a professional and positive work culture. Ensure the environment in which children play and learn is Clean, Hygienic and safe.
To apply for a Lead Educator position, The successful applicants must:
Hold a Diploma in Early Childhood education and care, or be working towards. Current First Aid qualification – Asthma and anaphylaxis training. Ochre Card (Working with Children Card). Be available to Work Fulltime Hours on a rotating shift – Monday to Friday (opening at 7.00am, closing at 6:00) Support and contribute to the program to achieve high quality outcomes for children provide consistent, active engagement for children while working in the scope of our philosophy and policies, EYLF and National Quality Standards Build and maintain strong, positive relationships with families, children and the centre team. Contribute to a professional and positive work culture Ensure the environment in which children play and learn is Clean, Hygienic and safe.
To apply for any of the above positions, Please forward your current resume and cover letter, with attention to Director at *****@creativekidschildcare.com.au + click to reveal
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Dynamic Child Protection Program – North Division Drive Change and your Career Part time and Full time CPP4 Opportunities Available - Genuine Work Life Balance
The North Division Child Protection Branch prides itself on its commitment to making children safe, supporting stronger families, and protecting future generations.
The dynamic and professional practitioners located at our Preston Child Protection Branch service a diverse client base within one of Melbourne's key growth corridors.
Multiple opportunities currently exist for Advanced Child Protection Practitioners (CPP4's) to provide case management functions to children and families in receipt of a Targeted Care Package (TCP) which deliver wrap-around supports for children. The role also manages the case coordination function of TCP's contracted to service providers implementing the TCP.
Pivotal to your success will be your ability to assess risk, to build relationships with other professionals and to engage with children and their families in a supportive capacity, while addressing issues that compromise child safety and well-being.
 
In return you will receive;
Supervision by Leaders in the field Exposure to innovative Social Work Practices Ongoing Professional Development Relocation Assistance
 
Make the decision to pursue a fulfilling professional career and help our families.
For further information on the position description and the
selection criteria visit; www.careers.vic.gov.au  
Please contact Veronica Martin, Area Manager on *****94 + click to reveal for further information. 
Job Reference number: DHHS/ND/456860
Applications close: Tuesday, November 28th 2017
For more information about the Department of Health & Human Services visit www.dhhs.vic.gov.au
To apply online and for other DHHS and Victorian Government job opportunities please visit www.careers.vic.gov.au
Police Checks form part of the Department of Health & Human Services recruitment process.
The department promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment and is committed to a more diverse workforce. If you are an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander applicant, or if you have a disability, and require advice and support with the recruitment process, please contact our Diversity Unit on *****@dhhs.vic.gov.au + click to reveal
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Senior Appointment - Principal Practitioner (CPP6) Child Protection Program – Newly created position Convenient Preston based location
An outstanding opportunity exists for a highly motivated individual to work with the Preston based Child Protection team in the capacity of Principal Practitioner. Operating as part of the North Division Service, the role will report to the North Division Director Child Protection, with a primary focus on service delivery within Northern Metro Area.
As part of the Child Protection Leadership team, the Principal Practitioner will possess the qualifications, skills and experience to deliver positive outcomes for vulnerable children and families, particularly regarding the most high risk, complex and sensitive cases. This will be achieved through strengthening the skills and knowledge of child protection practitioners and building a child focussed family centred practice culture with an emphasis on collaborative approaches with service providers in the broader service system.
Pivotal to your success in this challenging yet fulfilling role, the ideal candidate will possess demonstrable skills in the following key areas;
 
Highly developed collaboration, communication and engagement skills with the ability to forge relationships at all levels of the organisation. Leadership capability in promoting exceptional practice and risk assessment through modelling mentoring, coaching and supervision at an expert level. Proven experience in progressing and delivering outcomes in court
 
This is a genuine opportunity to contribute to long term and sustainable change for those children most at risk.
Relocation assistance available for the successful candidate.
For further information on the position description and the
selection criteria visit; www.careers.vic.gov.au  
Please contact Denise McLaughlin, Director Child Protection on *****52 + click to reveal for further information. 
Job Reference number: DHHS/ND/854123
Applications close: Tuesday, 28 November 2017
For more information about the Department of Health & Human Services visit www.dhhs.vic.gov.au
To apply online and for other DHHS and Victorian Government job opportunities please visit www.careers.vic.gov.au
Police Checks form part of the Department of Health & Human Services recruitment process.
The department promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment and is committed to a more diverse workforce. If you are an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander applicant, or if you have a disability, and require advice and support with the recruitment process, please contact our Diversity Unit on *****@dhhs.vic.gov.au + click to reveal
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GOOD SHEPHERD
LUTHERAN COLLEGE
Good Shepherd Lutheran College is an
International Baccalaureate World
School, offering quality education for
ELC to Year 12 students.
Applications are now sought for the
following position:
Management Accountant
This full-time position is located at the
College’s Howard Springs Campus. A
detailed role Description can be found
on the College’s website –
www.goodshepherd.nt.edu.au
Applications must include a CV,
introductory letter and contact
details for at least three referees.
Please forward your application via email by
Monday 27 November 2017 to:
Mr Bernard Ho
Director of Business Operations
Good Shepherd Lutheran College NT
*****@goodshepherd.nt.edu.au + click to reveal
Howard Springs Campus,
cnr Whitewood Rd & Kundook Place
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www.goodshepherd.nt.edu.au
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Brand new EARLY LEARNING CENTRE at MOTHER TERESA CATHOLIC PRIMARY - ZUCCOLI.   (Palmerston Area) Opening January 2018
Assistant Director EARLY LEARNING CENTRE
We are seeking an Early Childhood Educator to lead our Early Learning Centre. (Students 3yrs -5yrs).  The successful applicant will work under the supervision of the principal in leadership of the Early Learning Centre.
Qualifications- Diploma in Early Childhood or equivalent and experience in Early Years Education.  Full time, Award pay.   
EDUCATORS for EARLY LEARNING CENTRE and OUTSIDE SCHOOL HOURS CARE
We are seeking to hire a team of highly motivated Early Childhood Educators including an Early Learning Teacher to staff our brand new ELC (Students 3yrs -5yrs) and our outside school hour's facility.  Located at the School in the growing suburb of Zuccoli.  Full time and Casual work available. Award Rates.
Qualifications - Diploma or Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care, other approved ACECQA qualification (or be working towards) and some experience in Early Years Education and Care. 
Key responsibilities for all positions include but are not limited to:
Contribute to a creative educational program based on the centres' philosophy. Interacting and supervising children to support them in their learning and development. Create stimulating learning environments for children based on their interests. Document children's progress, maintain portfolios and update all records. Liaise with parents regularly to ensure they are updated on their child's progress. Communicate with other staff members to ensure smooth running of daily routines.
The successful candidates will have:
A Certificate III in Early Education and Care or equivalent as approved by ACECQA. A Current First aid Certificate. Demonstrated knowledge of the Early Years Learning Framework and/or The Framework for School Age Care in Australia Some experience working in a child care environment. A passion for educating young children and working closely with their families. A willingness and receptiveness to self-learning and development. The ability to communicate (written & verbal) on all levels
Applicants for these positions will need to submit an application letter, current resume; copies of certificates, and 3 recent professional referees.
Interested applicants are invited to make initial enquiries with:  Jo Martorella, Foundation Principal Mother Teresa Catholic Primary School.  Telephone: *****00 + click to reveal
Completed applications should be emailed to: *****@nt.catholic.edu.au + click to reveal
Applications close on Tuesday 21st November 2017
Initial intake of students will be 22nd  January 2018 when the school opens its doors. 
Some set up work will be required prior to opening.
ABOUT MOTHER TERESA CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL
Visit our website www.mtcpsnt.catholic.edu.au  for the full story on this brand new primary school being built in Zuccoli. 
ABOUT CATHOLIC EDUCATION NT
Teaching over 5000 students across the NT in 5 Aboriginal Schools, 9 Primary Schools and 3 Colleges.   Head office is located in Berrimah.   Catholic schools offer a high quality, yet affordable education alternative.  Our broad academic curriculum is taught in a inclusive, faith filled learning community.  Catholic schools use the latest technology.  We focus on cutting edge evidence based research to teach students skills for tomorrows world .  Our focus is to teach the whole child practical life skills like persistence, problem solving and getting along.  Catholic Schools encourage creativity and sustainability. Early Learning Centres and School Age Care services operate at 7 Primary Schools.