Religious Institute/Public Juridic Persons Schools Consultant: Inclusive Educati

Archdiocese of Brisbane

Providing interaction and collaborative consultancy services that supports inclusive education

  • Attractive salary and conditions
  • Opportunity to influence and assist in high quality education
  • Located in Brisbane North & South during semesters
The QLD Catholic Education Commission (QCEC) are currently looking for applications for the position of Religious Institute (RI)/Public Juridic Persons (PJP) Schools Consultant: Inclusive Education serves to provide interactive and collaborative consultancy that supports inclusive education in RI/PJP schools/colleges.
  
Operationally, the purpose of the position is to:
  • Support the RI/PJP Network to implement policy and strategic directions, with a focus on inclusive education, in accordance with government requirements and evidence-based practices to support and advance Catholic education in Queensland
  • Provide professional advice, support, representation and reporting, in the area of inclusive education to the RI/PJP Network Executive
  • Provide consultative support and practical assistance to establish and maintain state and federal government compliance requirements in relation to inclusive education practices
This is a three (3) year full-time contract position offering a starting salary of $105, 183 plus superannuation and leave loading.

Please provide a written response of no more than two pages addressing the Key Responsibilities for the position, noting the required qualifications, skills and attributes required of the role.

Please do not click the apply button, if you would like to submit an application please submit it to by 5:00pm on Monday 1 June 2020.
Dr Kerrie Tuite
Executive Officer – RI/PJP Schools Education Committee
Email:   tuitk@staff.mta.qld.edu.au
Phone:  07 3357 6000

Details of this position are available on the QCEC website at - https://qcec.catholic.edu.au/employment/positions-vacant-2/

The Archdiocese of Brisbane has standards of conduct for workers to maintain a safe and healthy environment for children.  Our commitment to these standards requires that we conduct working with children checks and background referencing for all persons who will engage in direct and regular involvement with children and young people (0 - 18 years) and/or vulnerable adults. The organisation is fully committed to child safety and has a 0 tolerance to abuse of children or vulnerable adults.