SLC HaSS & Human Relations


Melrose High School is seeking to fill the role of the SLC HaSS & Human Relations. The position will:
  • Lead the Melrose High HaSS Team to support staff with the ongoing implementation of future focused pedagogy and assessment and diversified learning pathways.
  • Provide positive leadership and HR support to the SLB for the whole school strategic HR, as well as; day to day staffing, new staff induction, mentoring and coaching for New Educators, panels (HDA, rating, transfer/open & TQI accreditation – provisional & H/ALT), teacher allocation for grid/timetable, playground duty roster, Affiliated Schools liaison & pre-service teachers, HR budgeting, etc.
  • Support the HR Team and act as a conduit between HR Team and the Executive Team
  • Provide positive leadership and coaching for staff in teaching, learning and social and emotional wellbeing for students.
  • As a member of the executive team, provide leadership of the school and system strategic priorities including the effective facilitation of the GROWTH Coaching & Mentoring Professional Learning Community (PLC).
  • A teaching load commensurate with skills and abilities
  • Perform other cross-school roles as directed by the Principal.
Eligibility/Other requirements: A minimum of 4 years full time (or equivalent) tertiary study leading to the award of a recognised school teaching qualification. Current professional teaching registration with the ACT Teacher Quality Institute (or eligibility to obtain). Prior to commencing this role, a current registration issued under the Working with Vulnerable People (Background Checking) Act 2011 is required. For further information on Working with Vulnerable People registration refer to - https://www.accesscanberra.act.gov.au/app/answers/detail/a_id/1804. Notes: The committee will use the standard selection techniques in accordance with the principals of merit including, short listing, interviewing and refereeing, not necessarily in this order, to determine a list of suitable applicants. These standard selection techniques may be supplemented by other assessment techniques that the selection committee considers necessary. The committee may ask questions about how you have handled previous situations or tasks involving similar capabilities to those of the position, the results achieved, your reflections and approach to the outcome. Applicants with specific requirements to enable access to, or participation in, the interview process should inform the contact officer prior to interview. How to Apply: Please submit your curriculum vitae and statement of claims based on the five leadership capabilities outlined in the application package (maximum five pages). The statement of claims is integral to the application. The capabilities are supported by descriptors. Consider work practice examples that focus on what you do, how and with what impact, relating your prior experiences and performance to your potential for achieving outcomes in the identified position. Your curriculum vitae should be up to date and provide relevant information about your education, employment history, experience and workplace achievements. It should be formatted to make it easy to read. In choosing referees, consider how well they know your work and can speak about your capabilities. Referees may be contacted at any time during the selection process. The focus may in general terms relate to the capabilities, or a specific aspect for which clarification would assist the selection panel in making their decision. Applications should be submitted via the apply now button below Applicants should note that a Joint Selection Committee (JSC) established in accordance with the collective/enterprise agreement provisions will assess all applications for this position.

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