Student Wellbeing Coordinator | Yiramalay
|Attachments:|| 80954 - Student Wellbeing Coordinator (Kimberley).pdf (PDF, 194KB)
|Application Close Date:||25-Jun-2021|
Wesley College Melbourne, a Uniting Church school with a rich tradition spanning 155 years, is a diverse, dynamic, coeducational learning community with more than 3,400+ students aged between 3 and 18 years across 3 main campuses.
Born out of a partnership between Wesley College Melbourne (the College) and the Bunuba community of the Kimberley in Western Australia, the school's vision is to bring about positive change through education.
The Studio School unique educational approach bridges the cultural divide between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Australia and delivers a learning experience across two locations, that promotes two-way learning. Students live in residence at the school in both Melbourne and the Kimberley.
The Studio School provides new pathways for Aboriginal students to access mainstream education and for the College students in Year 10 in Melbourne, the Studio School offers an opportunity to live and learn side by side with and from Australia's first people.
The Student Wellbeing Coordinator works at Yiramalay/Wesley Studio School – Wesley College in the Kimberley, WA. The Student Wellbeing Coordinator plays a key role in ensuring the development of student health and wellbeing. This involves working closely with Residential mentors, Teachers, parents/carers and community members to ensure that all students are provided with appropriate opportunities to develop their full potential.
The Student Wellbeing coordinator is responsible to the Principal and works closely with them to maintain high levels of pastoral care, strong community relationships, and a positive school environment characterised by high-expectations relationships. The role supports the development of the school and encompasses the delivery of high-quality programs and experiences, with a focus on individual success and flourishing in a residential setting. The position is available for a Term 3 commencement or earlier by negotiation and is an ongoing position.
This is an outstanding opportunity to create positive outcomes for young indigenous students. We provide extensive professional development and individual mentoring, as well as a range of attractive employment benefits.
Applications close at 5:00pm on 25 June 2021.
Applications will be considered as they are received and interviews may commence prior to the application close date.
Please visit www.wesleycollege.edu.au for a position description and to apply online. Further information can be obtained from the People & Culture team on +613 8102 6527, or by contacting the Principal on +613 8102 6096 / 0447 023 943 or via email at email@example.com
Wesley College is a child safe employer and is committed to the welfare of children and their protection. All potential employees and volunteers will be required to comply with the School's Child Safe Policy and Code of Conduct. Applicants will be required to undergo police and background checks in accordance with this policy.
Everyone is welcome to apply - as an inclusive workplace, our employees are comfortable bringing their authentic whole selves to work.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.