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Eoi - Transition Pathways Officer - Queensland Pathways State College, Education

Department Of Eduacation - Brisbane Grove, NSW

Education, Childcare & Training
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EOI - Transition Pathways Officer - Queensland Pathways State College writeAgency('Education');Education (Organisation site ( )) Metropolitan Region, State Schools Division Expressions of interest are sought for a flexible Transitions Pathways Officer to join our team. As the Transition Pathways Officer you will work across a cluster of State High Schools to provide a broad range of services to maximise the transition outcomes of students at risk of not successfully transitioning from school before the completion of Year . This temporary vacancy is open to Expressions of Interest and accordingly any appointment (and extension to this appointment) will not extend beyond months. Image Courtesy of Queensland Pathways State College ( )About Queensland Pathways State CollegeQueensland Pathways State College (QPSC) offers a senior transitions program for young people in grades to (must be a minimum of years) who face significant barriers in accessing mainstream education. We actively identify, develop and facilitate clear pathways to post-school education, training or employment, while focusing on student-centred learning, student wellbeing, vocational development and community partnerships.Your OpportunityTransition Pathways Officers work within a cluster of metropolitan secondary schools to support students who are post compulsory school age, who are disengaging or have disengaged from schooling and need support to re-engage in education, training or employment.The Transition Pathways Officer reports to the Deputy Principal Regional Engagement.Your RoleAs the Transition Pathways Officer, you will have responsibility for the following: Support schools to interpret, develop, refine, and enact departmental policies, practices and procedures relating to students exiting school prior to the completion of Year to ensure they remain in an eligible option.Provide support to schools that will assist in the development and implementation of successful retention and transition strategies and programs that will improve the transition outcomes for ‘at risk' students.Provide appropriate support through the identification of student needs options and intervention to young people and their families to assist in the transition of young people into a viable education, training, or employment.Collate and analyse confidential information, identifying needs and barriers to formulate the basis for the development of a school to post school transition plan for young people (post compulsory participation phase) who leave school before the completion of Year (transition of students in the compulsory participation phase to be determined by region) and provide appropriate case management, advocacy and support as required.Forge links with providers of employment services, community agencies, training organisations and employers to create opportunities for young people to engage in programs that support successful transitions from school into employment or training.Establish and maintain effective networks with school based support staff across a cluster of schools to secure provision of support and interventions as necessary to create scaffolding that is unique to the demographic and nature of individual case management.Utilise formal and informal partnerships with business, industry, education and training providers, parents and other key stakeholders to facilitate casework support information and work readiness decisions for individual student pathways.Work directly with schools, government, industry, business and community groups to form productive partnerships and develop networks, operating both individually, and as a member of a work group to facilitate the placement of early school leavers into full or part time employment, training courses, or access to employment support services.Maintain a reporting framework, and report on the progress of identified ‘at risk' students to individual school principals and/or their nominee as well as reporting to relevant regional personnel and a Cluster Governance Body. When working in regulated employment an employee must have a current Working with Children Clearance (blue card) issued by Blue Card Services.

Brisbane Grove, NSW

Education, Childcare & Training


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