The Policy Officer reports to a Senior Policy Officer and is responsible for initiating, planning, implementing and evaluating policy development and implementation strategies, programs, services and projects which contribute to the achievement of positive learning, engagement and wellbeing outcomes for children and young people. The Policy Officer role includes research, consultation and data analysis, preparing a range of high level, succinct and timely briefings and reports to inform the development and evaluation of policies, initiatives, resource provision and system strategies.
Two positions are available:
Essential - A tertiary qualification.
Desirable – Tertiary qualification in a relevant field, such as psychology, education, social work, law, behavioural science, or social science.
The successful applicant is required to gain a Department for Human Services (DHS) working with children check (WWCC) prior to being employed which is required to be renewed every five years before expiry.
The incumbent will be required to undertake RRHAN –EC (Responding to Risks of Harm, Abuse and Neglect - Education Care) Facilitator Lead (Masterclass) extended course or the online (Fundamentals) course which will be required to be updated every three years.
For all other Special Conditions please refer to the Role Description.
Applicants are required to submit a CV, the Application Cover Sheet, Employment Declaration, and a written statement of no more than 1500 words. Written statements should address the key selection criteria outlined in the Role Description. Applicants should include the name, address and contact number of three (3) referees, one being your current line manager.
ASO7: $101,859 - $110,107 pa
A/Senior Adviser, Mental Health and Wellbeing
Telephone: (08) 8226 2606
Multiple positions available. Full-time contract vacancy, commencing asap for up to 12 months with possibility of extension.
Applications must be submitted online.
Applications close: 22/09/2021 5:00 PM
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