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Curriculum Advisor, Pdhpe, Seo


Education, Childcare & Training
Source: uWorkin


Curriculum Advisor, PDHPE, SEO 2 (ETS) - 217702

Organisation/Entity: Department of Education
Job Category:
* Education And/Or Training

Job Location:
* Sydney Region / Sydney - Greater West

Job Reference Number: 000085PM
Work Type: Full-Time
Number of Positions: 1
Total Remuneration Package: $157,742. Package includes salary $142,302, employer's contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading.
Contact: P: 0437 847 274 or by E: natasha.watt@det.nsw.edu. - Natasha Watt (Leader, HSC Strategy)
Closing Date: 21/02/2021 - 11:59 PM


Curriculum Advisor, PDHPE

Grade: Senior Education Officer 2 (SEO2)

Position details: Temporary Full-Time Appointment for a period up to 26 January 2022

Closing date: 11:59pm Sunday 21 February 2021

The Quality Teaching Practice Unit in conjunction with the Strategic Delivery Unit are recruiting a Curriculum Advisor PDHPE to join a dynamic and multidisciplinary team that uses evidence-informed practices to support teachers to improve student learning with a particular focus on improving HSC results.

We are looking for teachers with a passion for developing deep learning opportunities for students and high-level expertise in delivery of stage 6 courses in PDHPE to join our team.

These positions work across Strategic Delivery Unit (0.5FTE) and Quality Teaching Practice Unit (0.5 FTE) and form part of HSC Strategy Community of Practice, which includes outstanding HSC teachers that drive the pursuit of excellence in improving student learning.

The role of the Curriculum Advisor is to professional support to teachers in NSW schools and managing projects whilst participating in evaluation and deepening the evidence base to support the implementation of high school programs with a particular focus on improving HSC results.

The HSC strategy aims to improve student achievement in the Higher School Certificate, regardless of a student's postcode or socio-economic status and supports the building of teacher capacity, an important driver of student achievement, through high quality professional learning, resources and support materials.

For more information please refer to the attached position description.