- Job posted on: 12th May 2021
- Applications close:
Do you believe that every young person, no matter what has come before, deserves a quality education and the opportunity to succeed, and that they can with the right support?
Are you passionate about self-determination and equipping young people with the skills they need to reach their goals and become positive contributors to their communities?
If your answer is yes, we'd love you to join our education revolution! Student centred and student led, within an innovative, flexible, small school environment, where you as a brilliant case manager can really have an impact on the future of our students.
Novo Education Space is an independent Special Assistance School for Years 9-12, registered and accredited with the NSW Education Standards Authority. Based in Wollongong with additional campuses in the Southern Highlands and Shoalhaven, our purpose is to provide educational opportunities which foster the development of capable, confident and self-assured young people who are connected to their community and able to forge a path to a productive future.
We have a part-time (35 hours/week) Student Wellbeing Officer position available at our Wollongong Campus commencing as soon as possible.
You will have case management experience with young people, holding youth work, community services, social work, occupational therapy (mental health) or similar qualifications. Your values, your skills and your mindset will determine your success in this role in line with what we are trying to achieve for our students, and how we work together as a team. Our framework is trauma-sensitive positive education, focused on healing, growth and self-determination.
Full details of this exciting and rewarding position, our dedicated teams and our new direction in education are available in the applicant information package.
Novo Education Space acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands on which we work and learn. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and future. We are committed to creating safe and welcoming learning centres for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth to flourish and grow as future community leaders. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply for this position.
Novo Education Space operates under the auspices of WEA Illawarra, which is a not-for-profit Community College, Registered Training Organisation (RTO) and Public Benevolent Institution.