Deputy Principal Inclusion & Support - Ulladulla High School

$147,776 - $165,274 yearly
  • NSW Department of Education
  • Ulladulla High School, South Street, Ulladulla NSW, Australia
  • 04 Aug, 2022
Full time - Permanent Principal Workplace Training & Assessment

Job Description

Organisation / Entity: Teaching Service
Job category:

Schools | TCH Other

Job location:

Illawarra & South Coast

Job reference number: 000091PW
Number of positions: 1
Total remuneration package: Remuneration package valued at $165,274.00. This position attracts a base salary of $147,776.00, plus leave loading and employer's contribution to superannuation.
Contact: 0244551799 - Denise Lofts
Closing date: 17/08/2022 - 04:00 PM
Principal network: South Coast
Staffing area: Batemans Bay
School name: Ulladulla High School
FTE: 1.000


Ulladulla High School is a large co-educational rural coastal community school (1280  students) on the south coast of NSW, drawing students from a large rural area from Bawley point in the south to Jerrawangala in the north. The school has a very committed school community, executive, teaching and administrative staff who live and work in the community.

The school is truly representative of the Ulladulla Community and surrounds.

The senior executive staff and teachers are highly committed to innovative learning pedagogy and developing future focused students to ensure students move successfully into their future careers.

Our school has immense and sophisticated amenities with a focus on successfully embedding an authentic culture of BYOD. There is a significant enrolment of Aboriginal Students (9%) 104 students and the school is committed to promoting its cultural heritage.

The local AECG and the school actively collaborate to ensure the educational success of all Aboriginal students in the Ulladulla and Milton Community.  

Our Milumba Support Unit is inclusively intergrated into our school, comprising of 12 support classes with highly committed teacher and support staff dedicated to inclusive educational practice.  

We have a highly successful student leadership program including our Student Environment Council, Student Wellbeing system and Student Representative Council. For further information about the school, please visit the school website

The Deputy Principal Inclusion and Support is a strategic, non-teaching, leadership role dedicated to inclusion, with a focus on leading improvement in the learning, wellbeing, and independence of students with disabilities.

The Deputy Principal Inclusion and Support shares the broader educational imperatives of the Deputy Principal position but with the explicit focus of driving a school wide culture of inclusion, including high expectations and improved outcomes for students with disability.

The roles are located in mainstream secondary schools with seven or more support classes and are aligned to the Department's Deputy Principal role statement, emphasising: Leading Teaching & Learning, Developing Self & Others, Leading Improvement, Innovation & Change, Leading the Management of the School, Engaging & Working with the Community.

Selection Criteria
In addition to the general selection criteria:

Demonstrated ability to lead a school-wide culture that values and promotes inclusion and equity and applying the principles of the inclusion statement for students with disability.

Demonstrated expertise and proven successful experience in supporting students with disability, which may include relevant tertiary qualifications in inclusion or special education.  

Demonstrated capacity to develop staff capacity to promote learning and wellbeing growth for students with disability through evidence-informed practices and fostering a culture of support for all students,  

Demonstrated ability to foster positive relationships with students, their families, staff and allied health professionals to collaborate on reasonable adjustments, including implement, monitor and adjust, to maximise learning and wellbeing outcomes for students with disability.

Deep knowledge and understanding of available and appropriate options for transition to the setting that is best for individual student growth in all areas of learning and wellbeing.

Demonstrated ability to use data to improve outcomes for students with disability and inform the Strategic Improvement Plan to develop, monitor and evaluate measures for students with disability.  

General Selection Criteria

  • Successful teaching experience with capacity to initiate improvement in teaching, learning and classroom practice
  • Knowledge of curriculum, assessment and student welfare with the ability to lead and design quality, inclusive teaching and learning programs
  • Educational leadership skills to build the capacity and manage the performance of individuals and teams
  • Well developed communication and interpersonal skills with the capacity to build relationships and engage students, staff and parents
  • Ability to plan and manage resources effectively and equitably to support teaching and learning
  • Knowledge of and commitment to the Department's Aboriginal education policies


An unconditional full approval to teach is a requirement. If you do not hold a full approval to teach with the NSW Department of Education, you are required to commence the application process at the same time as you apply for this teaching opportunity.

From 8 November 2021 all Department of Education employees undertaking relevant work, including any work conducted on a NSW school site, will be required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

The successful candidate for this position will be required to confirm full vaccination status prior to the Department of Education finalising the appointment of the candidate and entry on duty.

Further information on the Department’s COVID-19 response is available at

Special Notes

Applicants are to include details of their WWCC clearance number as part of this application.


Not Applicable

School Type


Job Closing Date

17 Aug, 2022