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School Psychologist

Shelford Girls'​ Grammar - Caulfield North, VIC

Education, Childcare & Training
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Shelford Girls' Grammar is a leading independent Prep to Year 12 school for girls. Shelford is an Anglican school that welcomes students from a diversity of backgrounds. The keystone of Shelford's educational philosophy is our commitment to meeting the needs of every student. In order to realize this commitment, Shelford chooses to be a relatively small school, with class sizes being smaller at all levels. Here no-one is overlooked and no-one can get lost, and a strong sense of community is created when students work with others from all year levels. While a school's first purpose is the academic development of each student, at Shelford we recognise that the quality of the relationships that exist between all members of the community determines the quality of learning and the educational outcomes. Shelford is committed to the highest standards of teaching and learning and the safety and protection of children. Applicants will be subject to the relevant child protection screenings, including referee and identity checks, and are expected to familiarise themselves with the School’s Child Safety and Protection Policy, Mandatory Reporting Policy and Code of Conduct available on the School’s website.

School Psychologist

  • Part Time, Ongoing Position
  • 2 Days per Week, Term Time Only
  • Commencing Term 2 2021

Shelford Girls’ Grammar seeks to employ a dynamic, experienced and inspiring educational psychologist for this part-time permanent position (2 days per week). The successful candidate will possess a strong knowledge of issues facing girls and young women today, and a passion for working with students to ensure the best possible outcomes. 

Reporting to the Director of Student Wellbeing and Development, and working with two other school psychologists, the School Psychologist will be expected to work collaboratively with the School Executive, the Director of Student Enrichment and Support, Year Level Coordinators, the Heads of Junior School, staff, external providers and parents, to positively influence the learning and emotional well-being of students at Shelford Girls’ Grammar. The School Psychologist will be expected to support the wellbeing of students across the whole School, primarily working with students in Years 7 to 12. This involves collaborating with others about learning, social or behavioural problems that students may be experiencing, and the development of personalised strategies to enable students to work through their concerns or difficulties.

The successful candidate will possess:

  • Current and full registration with the Psychology Board of Australia.
  • Practice endorsement in Educational and Developmental Psychology (preferable but not essential).
  • Experience working with children in an early childhood, primary or senior school context.
  • Strong knowledge of issues facing girls and young women today.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Strong presentation skills.
  • A capacity to work as part of a multidisciplinary team and to build positive relationships with students, staff, and families.
  • An ability to maintain confidentiality.
  • A strong work ethic and ability to adhere to timelines.
  • Demonstrated flexibility to respond in a timely manner in response to possible critical incidents.
  • Current (or be willing to obtain) a Working with Children Check.

How to apply

If you would like to apply for this position, please submit your application via the Employment Application Form on the School’s website. Only applications using the School’s online application form will be accepted. No agencies please.

Your application must include:

  • A covering letter addressed to the Principal, Ms Katrina Brennan;
  • A resume; and
  • Provision of at least 2 referees on the Employment Application Form.

Applications will close on Friday 23 April 2021 at 4:30pm.

Caulfield North, VIC

Education, Childcare & Training


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