|Location:||Swifts Creek P-12 School [Multiple Location Campus]|
|Department:||Swifts Creek P-12 School|
|Role Type:||Assistant Principal|
|Classification:||Assistant Principal-Range 1|
|Contact Name:||Robert Boucher|
|Phone:||03 5159 4366|
Swifts Creek P-12 School educates approximately 110 students from Prep to Year 12 from the communities set in the high country of East Gippsland, located in the Tambo Valley.
As a key member of our team there will be opportunity for personal development connected to the work which we are focused on. Given the impact of the last two and a bit years we know that we need to develop our students’ oral language skills, provide additional care measures for our students, and continue to drive an improvement agenda.
We are most fortunate to have a quality team of health practitioners supporting the work of our educators.
Through a focus on our values of Courage Joy and Kindness we are enabling our students to exit their learning journey with us to a wide range of destinations which brings our team great satisfaction and pride.
Small cohort groups provide both an opportunity and a different level of complexity. As a multi campus school we ensure we have a series of signature events across our different stages of learning to allow for each child to be the best that they can be, both academically and as a global citizen.
This is best achieved through effective liaison with parents and a variety of partner organisations.
For further information about the school, please visit: https://www.swiftscreekp12.vic.edu.au
[The school must develop their own individual Selection Criteria based on the 5 core elements as outlined in the Selection Part of Ministerial Order 1038 for Assistant Principal Positions and should delete this statement as part of that process.]
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.