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Administration Officer - Learning Adjustment

St Francis Xavier College - Berwick, VIC

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ST FRANCIS XAVIER COLLEGE
Berwick, Officer and Beaconsfield

Administration Officer - Learning Adjustment

Position Description

Position Title: Administration Officer - Learning Adjustment

Reporting Relationships: Responsible to the Director of Learning Adjustment through the
Campus Learning Adjustment Leader

Direct Report (If Applicable): N/A

FTE & Position type: Full-Time, Ongoing

Classification Level: Level 2, Category C under the VCEMEA 2018

Campus Location Beaconsfield

Mission:
I am the Way, the Truth and the Life (John 14:6)

St Francis Xavier College is a Catholic community that is educative and supportive of the whole
person. We have a clear purpose: the individuals’ development of competence, conscience and
compassion formed in the Christian tradition in light of the Scriptures; one who is guided by a sense
of Christian faith, hope and love who will be of service to the world. We recognise God’s presence
in our lives by being a living witness to Jesus, celebrating and pursuing excellence and by living
courageously with optimism and respect for the dignity of all.

Position Summary:
The Administration Officer - Learning Adjustment will work under the Campus Learning Adjustment
Leader's leadership to promote quality learning for all students. The Administration Officer -
Learning Adjustment will undertake their work using high levels of accuracy, discretion and
professional judgement to support general and intervention programs directed by the Campus
Learning Adjustment Leader.

Key Duties & Responsibilities:
  • To complete a wide range of administration tasks as directed by the Campus Learning
Adjustment leader relating to students under the NCCD, New arrivals, Refugee, EAL, ATSI and
PEEPs for emergency management

  • To organise, attend, minute and appropriately store the Student Support Group meetings.
Manage the calendars of staff attending these meetings.

  • Edit and distribute minutes as directed by the Campus Learning Adjustment Leader in a timely
manner

  • Develop and regularly update the Learning Support Officers support timetable under the
leadership of the Campus Learning Adjustment Leader

  • Monitor and maintain a database of monitoring for student progress and disability support
  • Update individual student profiles, including SIMON flagging, Common goals and PLPs
  • Maintain and file accurate records of all contact with parents and service providers.
  • Arrange Learning Support Officer support for SAC’s, exam supervision, school excursions,
overnight camps and other activities as directed or approved by the Campus Learning
Adjustment Leader and within employment conditions.

  • Support the coordination and administration of SAC’s and VCAA special provisions.
  • Allocated Purchasing Officer for the Learning Adjustment Area
  • Attend team meetings as required
  • Collect students for classes, interventions, meetings and allied health appointments as required
  • To record lesson outcomes to fulfil monitoring and evaluation requirements for student
programs

  • To maintain a calm and caring atmosphere in the classroom for children with special needs
under the direction of the classroom teacher

  • To undertake other duties as directed by the Director of Learning Adjustment, Executive team
or Principal

Qualifications, Skills and Knowledge:
  • High level of competency using Microsoft programs
  • Clear and effective communication skills
  • Punctual and excellent time management skills
  • Ability to effectively complete tasks in a timely manner
  • Flexibility to accommodate sudden changes in duties and priorities due to the fluid nature of
demands when working with large numbers of staff and students

  • Manage, analyse and interpret data
  • Ability to work autonomously as well as part of a team
  • Certificate III in Education Support (desirable but not essential)
  • Working knowledge of the Nationally Consistent Collection of Data (NCCD) for students with
Disabilities is advantageous

  • A complete understanding of Child Safety requirements at the College and will ensure that
learning adjustment programs promote the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all children

  • Ability to build positive relationships and communicate effectively with students, families,
school staff and other services

  • Reflect the values, beliefs and attitudes of the College
  • Commitment to occupational health and safety
  • Understand and follow relevant College policy and government legislation, e.g. Privacy Policy.
  • An understanding of and commitment to Catholic education
Additional Requirements:
St Francis Xavier College is committed to developing a culture to maintain the safety of each student
in our care. At St Francis Xavier we have a zero tolerance for child abuse and are committed to
acting in children’s best interests and keeping them safe from harm.

The College regards its child protection responsibilities with the utmost importance and as such, is
committed to providing the necessary resources to ensure compliance with all relevant child
protection laws and regulations and maintain a child safe culture. All staff employed at St. Francis
Xavier College are required to abide by our Child Safe Policies and commit to our Child Safe Code of
Conduct.

  • Current Working with Children Check
  • National Police Record Check
Last Updated: February 2020