|Location:||Bairnsdale Secondary College [Multiple Location Campus]|
|Department:||Bairnsdale Secondary College|
|Role Type:||Assistant Principal|
|Classification:||Assistant Principal-Range 3|
|Contact Name:||Trudie Nagle|
|Phone:||03 5150 4800|
Bairnsdale Secondary College is sited on Gunai-Kurnai land and has approximately 1170 students enrolled drawing on local communities. Over 60% of these students travel to school on buses.
The Student Family Occupation Density is currently 0.59 indicating that the college population is classified as low-middle socio-economic when compared to schools across Victoria. Ten percent of the school population is of indigenous descent.
The Bairnsdale Secondary College embraces their entire school community and the following values:
Our vision is to create a learning community with a focus on improving teaching practice through ongoing performance development so that students’ outcomes improve.
There are three Learning Hubs at the College. The Hubs are named in the Gunai Kurnai language to symbolise students’ journey through the College:
Each Hub is supported by an Assistant Principal, Leading Teachers, Coordinators, Education Support Staff, Learning Support Assistants and Student Wellbeing team.
The Malgobilia team also integrates VCAL Staff and a Careers team. This ethos enables a holistic approach to the needs of each of our students encompassing our school values and the strong link between education and wellbeing.
The College also has a satellite site providing an alternative VCAL study centre (Ngooloo) for regional youth disengaged from mainstream education provision and potentially at risk.
KSC 1 Educational leadership
(i) Outstanding capacity for visionary and exemplary educational leadership of a school or college.
(ii) Highly developed skills in leading and managing change including the leadership of others in the process of change.
KSC 2 Financial, managerial and administrative ability
(i) Outstanding financial, organisational and resource management skills.
KSC 3 Planning, policy and program development and review
(i) Exemplary values appropriate to the development of student learning with a demonstrated capacity to achieve high quality student outcomes.
(ii) Demonstrated ability to implement Department policies to a high level.
(iii) An understanding of, and a commitment to, the use of learning technologies to improve teaching and learning.
KSC 4 Leadership of staff and students
(i) A highly developed capacity to motivate staff, develop their talents and build an effective team.
(ii) A clear capacity to foster a learning environment that takes account of the individual needs of students and helps students to develop their special abilities and talents.
KSC 5 Interpersonal and communication skills
(i) Highly developed interpersonal and communication skills in individual, small group and community contexts.
(ii) Exemplary values pertaining to personal qualities of objectivity, sensitivity and integrity.
(iii) An ability to work with parents and the community to develop a strong learning environment.
The assistant principal reports directly to the principal.
Assistant principals have a primary responsibility for the management of significant areas or functions within the school to ensure the effective development, provision and evaluation of the school's education program.
In exercising the responsibility, assistant principals will have the authority to make all significant decisions relating to the program, budget and staff relating to their area of designated responsibility within the framework of the school's strategic plan, policies and budget.
Assistant principals will contribute to the overall management of the school through involvement in policy formulation and decision making.
The management of significant school program or functional areas in schools involve assistant principals in the analysis of the needs of students and the translation of state educational policy and frameworks into appropriate education programs to meet the needs of all students.
Typically assistant principals will be responsible for the effective use of the teaching staff and program budget of a defined area of the school's operation and for the oversight and leadership of the educational programs provided utilising these resources.
Typically, assistant principals perform one or more of the following functions:
Who May Apply
Appropriately qualified individuals currently registered or eligible for registration with the Victorian Institute of Teaching.
The Victoria State Government is the executive administrative authority of the Australian state of Victoria.
As a parliamentary constitutional monarchy, the State Government was first formed in 1851 when Victoria first gained the right to responsible government. Since the federation of Australia in 1901, Victoria has been a state, to which the Constitution of Australia regulates its relationship with the Australian Government. Under the Constitution, all states ceded legislative and judicial supremacy to the federal government but retain powers in matters not in conflict with federal law.