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February

Administration Officer, Professional And Community Placement

AUSTRALIAN CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY - Sydney, NSW

Education, Childcare & Training
Source: uWorkin

JOB DESCRIPTION

  • Full time, fixed term opportunity to November 2021
  • Strathfield location
Australian Catholic University (ACU) is an inclusive community which welcomes students and staff of all beliefs. ACU has over 2,500 staff supporting more than 34,000 students across eight campuses - Adelaide, Ballarat, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, North Sydney, Strathfield and Rome. We've also partnered with Blacktown City Council to open a new ACU campus in Blacktown, Western Sydney, in 2021.

As valued members of our community, all staff members are expected to have an understanding of ACU's mission and values and to demonstrate an active contribution to them.

The National School of Education is the largest provider of initial teacher education in Australia with a strong reputation for its high quality, work-ready graduates. Adding to its traditional strengths in early childhood, primary and secondary initial teacher education, the National School of Education's disciplines reflect key strengths in the areas of early childhood, mathematics and literacy education, the arts, science and technology, educational studies, teacher professional practice, assessment, educational leadership, Indigenous education, and wellbeing and inclusive education.

The Administrative Officer provides timely, effective and efficient administrative support for the purpose of sourcing and allocating appropriate field placements (including school and community experience) for courses delivered by the National School of Education.

More specifically the role entails:
  • Liaising with a range of Schools for the placement of students requiring a placement in their course
  • Acting as the first point of contact regarding placement for students and schools / agencies experiencing problems with placed students
  • Ensuring supervision arrangements are in place for placements and maintain databases to ensure requirements are met and accuracy of data.
You will need to have:
  • Relevant tertiary qualification or an appropriate combination of training and relevant experience preferably in a tertiary environment
  • Demonstrated understanding of Placement software such as InPlace skills, and capacity to gain skills in University software such as Banner
  • Evidence of ability to show commitment with integrity to the Catholic Identity, Mission and ethos of the University
  • Attention to details and accuracy with regard to correspondence and database maintenance.
The University pursues an excellence agenda and offers an environment where staff are welcomed and safe, and valued through development, participation and involvement.

How to Apply:

Applicants are expected to address all selection criteria listed in the position description. To apply for this role click the "Apply" link below. Visit Hints and Tips on how to apply.

Total remuneration valued to $85,083 - $92,167 pa, including salary component $71,871 - $77,882 pa (Higher Education Worker Level 5), employer contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading.

General enquiries can be sent to Lexie Ward, Senior Team Leader Professional Services on 02 9701 4327.

Only candidates with the right to work in Australia may apply for this position.

Equal Opportunity and Privacy of personal information is University policy. For more details visit: www.acu.edu.au/careers

Applications Close: Sunday 28 February 2021; 11:55pm EST

ACU is committed to diversity and social inclusion in its employment practices. Applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disabilities and people from culturally diverse groups are encouraged.

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