A unique opportunity exists for a Guidance Officer to join the North Coast Region, serving the geographic areas of Maryborough and Hervey Bay. This opportunity will allow the successful applicant to provide professional expertise, leadership and support to school communities, while collaboratively negotiating, developing and implementing programs tailored for each student's needs.
Position status Permanent
Position type Full-time
Occupational group Education & Training
Classification Stream 2 /HO1
Workplace Location Wide Bay
Job ad reference QLD/NCR390059/21P
Closing date 24-Oct-2021
Yearly salary $118045 - $124001
Fortnightly salary $4524.70 - $4752.90
Contact person Lisa Cooper
Contact details 0448 529 375
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As the Guidance Officer you will:
Guidance Officers contribute towards, and are accountable for the provision of a comprehensive student support program that is responsive to the identified and changing needs of students. The program will be negotiated with and authorised by a line manager, usually the Principal. Guidance Officers are required to provide this service in collaboration with other school-based personnel and external support providers in a variety of educational contexts, including schools and alternative education programs.
Guidance Officers are required to participate in regular clinical and technical supervision with a Senior Guidance Officer or their nominee, to ensure the provision of ongoing professional support and development
As the Guidance Officer you will have responsibility for the following:
A mandatory requirement of this role is:
AND one of the following:
To apply please attach the following:
Applications remain current for 12 months from the closing date and may be considered for appointment to identical or similar vacancies within the Department.
Applications from recruitment agencies will not be accepted.
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