Catholic Schools Broken Bay is a system of primary and secondary schools across Sydney’s North Shore, Northern Beaches and Central Coast which is responsible for educating thousands of students. They are building a fresh, bold and enthusiastic team of real-world problem solvers, tasked with empowering one of the best learning environments available.
This new and exciting environment will suit curious thinkers who are innovative in their approach and focused on efficient and friendly service.
Creating positive outcomes for their students which ensure they can become the best they can be is at the heart of Catholic Schools Broken Bay.
- Thought leadership that encourages, facilitates and supports digital innovation which is led by the schools themselves.
- Proactively identifying digital innovation talent in schools leveraging that talent across all schools.
- Proactively supporting the growth of digital innovation leadership in schools.
- Identify ways in which ICT infrastructure and learning technologies can effectively support the two strategic themes/priorities of Evangelisation and Catechesis and Student Achievement.
- Support the Workstream Lead: ICLT in effectively implementing processes and practices that enable teachers to integrate learning technologies in learning spaces.
- Work collaboratively with CSBB leaders in effectively using of learning technologies to deliver high-quality teaching to all students.
- Identify, analyse, promote best practices and lead innovative practices in the use of technologies to support student learning within CSBB.
- Establish networks of expertise in learning technologies to leverage highly effective practice across the system.
- Broker connections between schools, drawing on teacher expertise, to support networked and job-embedded professional learning.
- Identify and use external resources and support in learning technologies to deliver high-quality teaching and learning.
- Use evidence-informed, solution-focused approaches to support and lead improvement and innovation in the use of learning technologies teaching and learning.
- Manage key projects and initiatives that laterally transfer school-based expertise and practice across the system.
- Tertiary qualifications in education, technology or related discipline.
- NESA Teacher Accreditation.
- Coaching and/or Adult Learning.
- Skilled in integrating contemporary technologies into learning.
- Teaching practice equivalent to Highly Accomplished Teacher.
- Skilled and experienced in adult learning and embedded workforce development to build teacher capacity.
- Experience in leading and delivering collaborative improvement projects.
- Experience in leading significant change initiatives.
- Promoting and using networks and online communities to leverage school-based expertise.
- Strong communication skills.
- Ability to design and deliver complex projects.
- Ability to manage self.
- Commitment to improvement in services to schools.
- Ability to work collaboratively.
- Onsite parking
- Salary packaging
- Close to public transport
- A newly formed team, huge opportunities for career advancement
- Support in your ongoing development
- Friendly, supportive environment
If you are interested in this opportunity, please "APPLY" for the role and submit a copy of your CV. Please take time to fill in the selection criteria as part of your application and please understand that ONLY shortlisted candidates will be contacted for discussion regarding their application responses but please rest assured, your application will be considered and assessed by a real person.