Our staff are our most valuable asset
Human Resources Manager
Permanent Full Time Role
This role assists with the attraction, development and retention of highly professional and competent staff, in a climate of excellence in employment relations. It contributes to HR policy and strategy, represents the School in appropriate staffing forums, and ensures that employees are regularly informed of policies, procedures and operational issues relating to their employment.
Duties and responsibilities include employee logistics and records management, industrial relations, issues resolution, HR metrics, recruitment, induction, annual performance reviews, learning and professional development, work health and safety, and staff support and wellbeing.
- Qualifications and / or proven experience in human resources management
- Excellent working knowledge of all aspects of HR practices, processes and legislation
- Proven leadership qualities and change management experience
- Strong interpersonal skills, commitment to collaborative decision making and ability to develop and maintain high quality positive, confidential and professional relationships with teaching / non teaching staff, prospective job candidates and external networks
- Ability to deal with and support managers and staff on a wide range of employment and industrial relations issues
- Ability to work autonomously in a collaborative environment
- Strong administrative and project management skills with high attention to detail
- Ability to manage multiple projects, meet deadlines, prioritise tasks and deliver results
- Ability to read, analyse, and interpret complex information, and provide advice on emerging HR patterns within the School and education sector
- IT literacy and ability to use MS Office programs e.g. email, word processing, databases and spreadsheets.
To apply please click here.
Applications close at 5.00pm on 10 July 2017.
The successful candidate will be required to provide a Working With Children (WWC) number prior to their commencement.
Head of Student Learning Services K-12
To commence in Term 3, 2017 (negotiable)
KRB has reviewed its Student Learning Services Team and is looking for a Department Head with the vision and skills to work collaboratively to implement recommendation of the review. These involve the development and implementation of evidence-based literacy and numeracy programs within the School, coordinating the collaborative planning process for students with disabilities, demonstrating excellent teaching practice, and enhancing the inclusive culture of the School by investigating overarching frameworks that allow all students to achieve their potential.
- Qualifications and experience in special education
- Passionate advocate for students with special needs, and high potential learners
- Expertise in current evidence-based teaching and learning approaches including Universal Design for Learning and Response to Intervention
- Understanding of evidence-based practice in the teaching of literacy and numeracy
- Experience in leading professional learning and/or curriculum initiatives that amplify teacher effectiveness to improve student outcomes
- Ability to oversee Disability Provisions
- Proven capacity for implementing change in a collaborative and sensitive way
- Ability to work in, and lead a team of professionals
- Highly developed organisational skills, and ability to manage multiple tasks and completing priorities
- Excellent interpersonal, and oral/written communication skills
To apply please click here.
Applications close at 5.00pm on Monday 17 July, 2017.
Information for Candidates
- Positions at KRB are designated as child-related employment, and successful candidates will need to obtain their own Working With Children (WWC) number in accordance with the Child Protection (Working With Children) Act 2012. Click on the link for details on obtaining your Working With Children Check Clearance.
- Kincoppal-Rose Bay School is a registered provider under the Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) Act 2000. As a registered provider (CRICOS 02268M) Kincoppal-Rose Bay is required to adhere to the regulatory framework and requirements under New South Wales and Commonwealth Legislation and Guidelines in delivering pastoral care, welfare and education services for overseas students on 571 visas. Accordingly, prospective employees must be able to demonstrate that they are suitably qualified, experienced and able to provide quality teaching, learning and pastoral care to overseas students. This includes an appreciation for, and cultural sensitivity to people from Non-English Speaking Backgrounds.