A great opportunity exists to join the Padua College Wellbeing Team as a Psychologist or Social Worker commencing as soon as can be negotiated. This is an ongoing part time position and will have a load of 0.40 FTE.
Padua College is a large regional Catholic Secondary School on the Mornington Peninsula with 2500 students across 3 campuses. We pride ourselves on providing excellent pastoral care and support to all students and their families.
The successful applicant will be a highly skilled practitioner whose interpersonal skills will enable them to work closely with Pastoral Care leaders and House Co-ordinators to support and enhance students’ wellbeing and further promote their academic success.
Essential criteria for the successful applicant include:
Social work or psychology qualifications are essential as is general registration with the appropriate professional association; e.g. AHPRA (Australian Health Practitioners Agency);
Significant experience counselling young people and their families who present with a broad range of issues;
Diverse professional experience and an ability to work within and as part of a team in the broad service system that is a secondary school setting.
For application details and the Position Description, please refer to our website. Applications must be made on College Application Forms which may be downloaded from our website www.padua.catholic.edu.au and should be returned to the Principal by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, accompanied by full Résumé and the names of three referees by close of business on Wednesday 15 May 2019.
Please note: All applications will be acknowledged on receipt by return email. Shortlisted applicants will be contacted by Friday 17 May 2019. Other applicants will not receive further communication from the College regarding the position.
This school community promotes the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all children. For teaching positions successful applicants will hold Victorian Institute of Teaching Registration and for non-teaching positions successful applicants will be subject to a Working with Children Check and a National Police Record Check.
This school community promotes the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all children.