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Project Officer, Educational Adjustment Data

Department of Education, Northern Territory Govern... - Darwin, NT

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JOB DESCRIPTION

Primary objective

This position will implement the Improving Educational Adjustment Data Use and Collection Project to ensure NT schools have the knowledge, processes and skills that lead to accurate data. Working with multiple stakeholders to ensure schools are collecting documented evidence regarding the disability; consultation, implementing and reviewing educational adjustments for students. In addition this position supports other project leads implementing the Framework for Inclusion.


Context statement

Student Wellbeing and Inclusion works collaboratively with schools, students and their families to strengthen a whole of system approach to assist students to develop into healthy, resilient young people who can maximise their learning opportunities and wellbeing. Student Wellbeing and Inclusion is part of Education Policy and Programs, which is focused on quality teaching and ensuring all children and students (from birth to Year 12) can learn to their potential.


Key duties and responsibilities

1. Identify the system needs and assist with the development and implementation of a project to improve collection and use of educational adjustment data.

2. Provide advice and support to stakeholders regarding the Disability Standards for Education 2005 and educational adjustment, behaviour and inclusion data.

3. Negotiate with stakeholders, including schools to ensure that students who have complex needs are supported through raising school community awareness

4. Support, monitor and evaluate the implementation of Framework for Inclusion projects.

5. Administration and support to implement and generate reports for the project.


Selection criteria

Essential

1. Demonstrated ability in project management, coordination and quality assurance of programs.

2. Demonstrated knowledge of use of educational data to inform practice, including NCCD.

3. Demonstrated ability to work independently to a high standard and to work effectively within a small team to manage diverse tasks in a complex environment and meet deadlines within tight time constraints.

4. Demonstrated ability to confidently and professionally build and maintain effective networks with internal and external stakeholders and interact effectively with people from diverse cultures.

5. Demonstrated ability to research and monitor trends, national and locally, on educational matters and to effectively relate them to current policies and services.

6. Excellent communication skills and demonstrated experience in the preparation of complex briefings, reports and presentations.


Desirable

1. High level of experience in change management, providing expertise in tools and techniques for developing and implementing continuous improvement strategically and operationally.


Further information

The successful applicant will be required to obtain a Working with Children Clearance.


Approved: March 2021 Amanda Hubber, General Manager Student Wellbeing and Inclusion


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