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Northern Territory Government gazette : no. PS5

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Title

Northern Territory Government gazette : no. PS5

Creator

Northern Territory Government

Collection

Northern Territory Government Gazette - PS Series; E-Journals; PublicationNT; Northern Territory Government Gazette

Date

1999-02-09

Location

Darwin

Description

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Notes

Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).; This publication contains may contain links to external sites. These external sites may no longer be active.

Language

English

Subject

Periodicals; Gazettes; Politics and government

Publisher name

Northern Territory Government

Place of publication

Darwin

Series

Northern Territory Government Gazette

Volume

no. PS5

File type

application/pdf

ISSN

0157-8332

Use

Attribution International 4.0 (CC BY 4.0)

Copyright owner

Northern Territory Government.

License

https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/224640

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/683212

Page content

6 Vtu'lIl1(ie.\" - Northern Territory providing high quality inclusive curriculum for all years of schooling. Manage the development and implementation of appropriate moderation procedures and certification processes. Ensure the provlSlon of moderation support according to an annual program. Ensure the required level of curriculum input to systemwide assessment programs. and the provision of high levels of a~sistance and support on an ongoing basis to Regional Office Staff Oversee the development and provision of a range of appropriate professional development activities for Teachers. Responsible for the NT's participation and input to national curriculum programs. Provide direction and guidance to schools in matters of system-wide assessment of literacy and numeracy and other nationally agreed initiatives and programs. Responsible for all matters that may arise from time to time in the context of the overarching areas of functional accountability of the Curriculum Services Branch, and management of the Branch Budget. Selection Criteria: Essential experience, interpersonal attributes and knowledge are: He/she ..... ill have highly developed interpersonal effectiveness skil1s~ commitment to the ongoing development of staff: highly developed written and oral communication skills and well-honed leadership capabilities. Sound knowledge of the organisational context of the Curriculum Services Branch within the Department and demonstrated strategic thinking and planning abilities are also essential. The incumbent must be a capable resource manager (both fiscal and human) with demonstrated senior management and extensive change management experience, together with substantial teaching/education administration/curriculum development and implementation experience. Appropriate tCI1iary qualifications, together with senior management training (eg EDP) are highly desirable. Relevant post-graduate qualifications (eg M Ed Admin, M Public Policy) are desirable. Note: Executive Officer Management Competencies and Behavioural Descriptors as detailed in OCPE Human Resource Management/Development Information Series No 12 :o.hould be read in conjunction with the selection criteria for this vacancy. Further information may be obtained from Katherine Henderson, Deputy Secretary Schools Services on (08)8999 5859. Applicams should address the selection criteria contained in the Job Description available from the Recruitment Officer on 89992413. Apply: NT28. Quote Vacancy No. 17208. Executive Contract Officer I, Total Remuneration Package of$115897, Danvin. Temporary Vacancy from ASAP for 4 years. Duties: As Director of the Student Services Branch, provide quality leadership and direction to a learn of professionals, including special education teachers, advisors and assistants, guidance officers and school counsellor~, teachers and assistants of the hearing/vision impaired, critical incidents staff, early intervention services, behaviour management and intcgration support staff. Coordinate the development and implementation of departmental policies in the Student Services area, and provide a high level of aovice to Government and departmental executive on all issues relating to Student Services policies and operations. Liaise with Territory Health Services regarding service level agreements and special needs in respect of service delivery to :-.JT No. PS5, 9 February 1999 students. Ensure the inclusion of students with disabilities, to the fullest extent possible, in mainstream classe~, so as to be educated with their age peers and be provided with curriculum and support which will enable their specific educational needs to be met. Be responsible for the ongoing management of the Parents as Teachers program and ensuring input and participation from a broad range of stakeholders and school communities. Selection Criteria: Essential experience, interpersonal attributes and knowledge are: He/she will have highly developed interpersonal effectiveness skills~ commitment to the ongoing development of staff; highly developed written and oral communication skills and well-honed leadership capabilities. Sound knowledge of the organisational context of the Student Services Branch within the Department and demonstrated strategic thinking and planning abilities are also essential. The incumbent must be a capable resource manager (both fiscal and human) with demonstrated senior management and extensive change management experience. together with substantial teaching/education administration experience. Appropriate tertiary qualifications, together with senior management training (eg EDP) are highly desirable. Relevant post-graduate qualifications (eg Psychology, Ed Admin) are desirable Executive Officer Management Competencies and Behavioural Descriptors as detailed in aCPE Human Resource Management/Development Information Series ~o 12 should be read in conjunction with the selection criteria for this vacancy Note: Further information may be obtained from Katherine Henderson, Deputy Secretary Schools Services on (08) 8999 5859. Applicants should address the ~c1ection criteria contained in the Job Description available from the Recruitment Officer on 8999 2413. Apply: NT28. Quote Vacancy No. 17203. STRATEGIC SERVICES AND OPERATIONS Executive Contract Officer I, Total Remuneration Package of$115897, Danvin. Temporary Vacancy from ASAP for 4 years. Duties: As Director of the Secretariat & Legal Branch, provide leadership and accept responsibility for effective communication between the Department and Minister as well as with the Executive and Legislative arms of Government including the provision of a highly proactive quality service to the Minister. Oversee ongoing review of all relevant legislation, provision of legal policy advice and legal advice on matters affecting schools. teachers and students. Coordinate the Do;;:panment's corporate reporting responsibilities including the annual report. Provide logistical support, research and analysis to the Departmental Executi\'e, NT Board of Studies, Education Advisory Council and other ad hoc advisory bodies. Liaise with public relations service providers for the delivery of the Department's marketing and communication strategy. Provide an Information Centre service for use by teachers parents and the general public. Manage the Branch blldget. Ensure that DepaI1mental policies are continually monitored and effectively disseminated throughout the DepaI1ment. Selection Criteria: Essential experience, interpersonal attributes and knowledge are: The incumbent must be a capable resource manager (both fiscal and human) with demonstrated senior management and extensive change


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