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- Critical new leadership role
- Contribute to organisational and cultural change
- Regionally-based executive role (Bendigo, Wangaratta or Tatura)
About the organisation
Catholic Education Sandhurst Limited (CES Ltd) is committed to the mission of Catholic education across the Diocese. With a rich history dating back to 1853, the Diocese reaches from central to northeast Victoria. CES Ltd supports more than 3000 employees in 56 schools and two early childhood facilities, and also provides support to four secondary colleges owned and operated by religious institutes. At the heart of the Diocese’s mission is a commitment to having their schools fully engaged in realising the human potential inspired by the Catholic story.
About the role
In a critical new role, the Chief Catholic Mission, Learning and Teaching Officer (CCMLTO) is key to enacting the vision of CES Ltd, by providing innovative and insightful leadership around the contemporary Catholic mission and identity, with an integrated focus on Learning and Teaching for CES Ltd. As part of the senior executive leadership team reporting to the CEO, the CCMLTO will work closely with executives and school leaders to lead transformational change and develop a comprehensive strategic plan to facilitate and support learning and teaching within the context of Catholic education principles and values. Responsible for compliance with curriculum standards, the role includes building, nurturing, challenging, advocating, educating, and engaging in the Catholic Story. Leading a large and diverse function, covering specialty areas of faith and religious formation and education, curriculum and pedagogy design and delivery, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education, the Arts, professional resources/Library and student data and innovation, the CCMLTO will frame the Catholic learning community vision for the Diocese.
A dynamic education leader ideally in school settings, you offer significant experience in curriculum and pedagogy, preferably with applied knowledge of the ‘Enhancing Catholic School Identity’ principles. You are enthused by change and the chance to enact your vision with scope and scale, within the challenges of mission and curriculum requirements. A big picture thinker and an inspiring people leader, you collaborate and enable others to create outcomes, adapting your style to draw out strengths. Deeply aligned in practice inherent to the mission of Catholic education and creating opportunities for all, you are energised by the chance to influence best practice learning and teaching, driving innovation alongside contemporary Catholic principles, in regional Victoria.
For more information, please contact Penny Wilson at SHK on +61 3 8620 8017 or click ‘Apply for this job’. Please submit your resume in Microsoft Word format. Direct and third-party applications will be forwarded to SHK.