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Aso7 Further Education & Pathways Manager, Anangu Lands

Government of South Australia - Flinders Park, SA

Education, Childcare & Training
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JOB DESCRIPTION

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Department for Education
Job reference: 433181
Location: 5025 - FLINDERS PARK
Job status: Long Term Contract
Eligibility: Open to Everyone

Job Description:
The Further Education and Pathways Manager will partner with schools, alliances and other stakeholders to strengthen vocational pathways to employment. The role will work with schools, industry, employers and other agencies, to co-design opportunities for secondary school students to transition to employment or further education in addition to completing the SACE. The position will make a significant contribution to achieving South Australia’s workforce development priorities, as reflected in SA State Government and Department for Education policies pertaining to Career Education, and Vocational Education and Training for Secondary Students.

The Further Education and Pathways Manager will ensure that the needs of specific student cohorts, including Anangu learners, students with disabilities, EALD, low socio economic background and geographic isolation are considered and addressed.

The role works within the local education team (LET) providing expert advice on complex career education, vocational education and training policy matters to ensure that activities undertaken within schools, the APY Trade Training Centre and across the partnership are consistent with, and contribute to the department’s overall approach to career education, VET and transition to employment and further training. In particular, the role will establish relationships and arrangements that are flexible, innovative and improve student access to employment and training opportunities consistent with each student’s career and study goals.

Key Outcomes:
Establish, lead and manage effective arrangements between Partnership schools, industry/employers, training providers and other relevant agencies to ensure the provision of efficient, effective vocational programs and services that support student pathways to employment, including flexible school-based apprenticeships and traineeships (SBATs).
Manage activities within the Partnership to support its compliance for VET programs, effective industry engagement, access to work placements and Workplace Learning Procedures.
Ensure effective monitoring and reporting of activities and action to address issues and risks.
Provide specialist expert consultancy and support across Partnership stakeholders in the development and implementation of efficient, effective processes that manage school based apprenticeships and VET courses whilst ensuring SACE completion to enable consistent best practice application, design and management of identified opportunities.
Partner with regional team Further Education and Pathways Officers, including activity monitoring and reporting, to ensure effective delivery of targets and performance measures set by Government to agreed standards and timelines.
Provide specialist expert consultancy, information and guidance to schools, students and parents/carers as appropriate to enable informed decision making in determining appropriate vocational pathways.
Manage coordination of secondary Partnership VET programs and processes, including working with school leaders and industry to ensure VET pathways are co-designed with industry and align to areas of Government priority.
Establish, manage and monitor an Industry Reference Group, including allocation, monitoring and reporting of activities to develop pathways and VET programs that meet industry needs.
Contribute to maintaining a safe and healthy work environment by taking personal accountability by identifying and reporting incidents, hazards and injuries in accordance with the department’s policy and procedure, and cooperating and complying with reasonable instructions of the department’s line management and WHS Officers.

Special Conditions:
The successful applicant is required to gain a Department of Human Services (DHS) working with children check (WWCC) prior to being employed which is required to be renewed every five years before expiry. A current DHS child-related employment screening will be recognised as a WWCC until it expires. The incumbent will be required to undertake Responding to Abuse & Neglect (RAN) full day/online training course every three years. For all other Special Conditions please refer to the Role Description.

Selection Criteria:
Applicants are required to submit a CV, Application Cover Sheet, Employment Declaration, and a written statement of no more than 1500 words. Written statements should address the key selection criteria outlined in the Role Description. Applicants should include the name, address and contact number of three (3) referees, one being your current line manager.

Remuneration:
ASO7 - $101,859 - $110,107 pa

Enquiries:
Mark Ames
Education Director
0417 284 553
Mark.Ames@sa.gov.au

Special Notes:
This is a full-time temporary vacancy up until 23 January 2024.

Application Instructions:
Applications must be submitted online.

Applications close: 26/04/2021 5:00 PM

Flinders Park, SA

Education, Childcare & Training




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