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Project Manager, Long Service Leave Governance

Melbourne Archdiocese Catholic Schools

Job Description

Melbourne Archdiocese Catholic Schools Ltd (MACS) governs 290 vibrant Catholic learning communities that provide more than 110,000 students with the best education possible. Within these educational communities, our students are encouraged to grow spiritually, socially and emotionally in a culture of academic excellence. Our schools celebrate and remain true to the Catholic values that inspire their dedicated and professional school leaders, teachers and staff to transform young minds into active leaders and contributors within our society.

MACS aims to recruit outstanding employees who are committed to supporting schools in this Mission. Their work covers fields such as curriculum, religious education, finance, information and communications technology, marketing and communications, student wellbeing, leadership, legal services, planning and industrial relations. They are supported to grow personally and professionally.

MACS values and respects workplace diversity and our employees reflect our diverse school communities. We welcome applications from suitably qualified people of all ages, genders, cultural and linguistic backgrounds.

MACS is committed to the safety, wellbeing and protection of all children in our care.

Job Description

ABOUT THE POSITION
The Project Manager, Long Service Leave will demonstrate a commitment to the mission of Catholic education and a capacity to realise that mission in the context of Melbourne Archdiocese Catholic Schools Ltd (MACS) Strategic Plan which promotes strong, shared leadership and a culture of creativity and innovative practice.

Working as part of the Catholic Education Long Service Leave Scheme (Victoria)[LSL Scheme] within Finance and Infrastucture Services, the Project Manager, Long Service Leave Governance will contribute to:

  1. To support the General Manager, Long Service Leave with advice relating to governance implementation and policy development, particularly in their impacts at employer and school level.
  2. To provide direction, support and advice to in implementing and adhering to changing governance structures.
  3. To collaborate successfully with CECV to identify opportunities for and obstacles to the successful implementation of governance implementation.
  4. To coordinate the work of external legal counsel and other stakeholders on the registration requirements of an incorporated LSL Scheme

ABOUT YOU

  • Management experience in Catholic schools or educational organisations
  • Extensive experience in managing large, complex projects
  • Demonstrated knowledge of the nature and purpose of governance structures, their policies and related processes
  • Demonstrated strong capability in championing the implementation of strategic, state-wide initiatives and procedural changes

The successful candidate must hold or acquire a Working with Children Check, and must be willing to acquire a National Police Record Check. Candidates must have the right to live and work in Australia, and be able to provide evidence of this.

SELECTION CRITERIA
Please refer to the position description for further details about the role and the Key Selection Criteria. Please note your application must address how you meet the criteria.

WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU

  • Professional development opportunities
  • Generous salary and conditions
  • Enhancing the education of more than 150,000 students
  • Access to flexible working arrangements, which include working from home arrangements

HOW TO APPLY
All applications must be received via our Careers Portal or uploaded via the Apply’ tab on the MACS website at www.macs.vic.edu.au. All enquiries can be directed to hrenquiries@macs.vic.edu.

Applicants need to provide:

  1. An up to-date Resume
  2. A separate statement addressing the Key Selection Criteria;
  3. A Cover Letter; and
  4. Contact details of two referees (who will only be contacted with your consent).

APPLICATIONS CLOSE: Wednesday 25th May 2022

Recruitment Agencies - thank you for thinking of us, however we do endeavour to fill our opportunities through direct channels wherever possible. If we find that we do need agency assistance, we’ll be in touch.

In applying for a position with Melbourne Archdiocese Catholic Schools Ltd (MACS), you will be asked to provide certain personal information to enable your application to be considered. Any personal information that is provided to MACS in relation to an application for employment will be handled in accordance with MACS’s obligations under the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth). To find out more about how MACS handles personal information, you are encouraged to read the MACS Privacy Policy which can be found on the website.