A rare opportunity exists for a leader in youth welfare and wellbeing to join our team.
Reporting to the principal, this newly created role will lead the wellbeing and positive education curriculum across the school as well as leading the implementation of a collaborative model of care for both boarding and day students.
This unique leadership role encompasses:
Developing and leading our wellbeing services, including student health, wellness, and mental health and counselling
Implementing best practice youth health and positive education
Managing the triage of students to the appropriate wellbeing services
Working closely with deans to ensure students' wellbeing needs are met
Advising senior leadership team members on student wellbeing issues and trends
Establishing student-led initiatives which support wellbeing
Leading and coaching a team and inspiring high-performance, engagement and empowerment.
This unique and varied role requires outstanding skills in youth health and wellbeing as well as exceptional leadership and communication skills. You will have a tertiary qualification in health, wellbeing, psychology, counselling or a related discipline and you will ideally have knowledge and experience in positive psychology. An education background or qualification is also advantageous. If you are a true people-leader, who models resilience and who can lead successful change, we’d like to hear from you.
We offer an exceptional work environment which values people and offers flexible work arrangements. You will work in a collaborative team who are committed to making a difference.
How to apply
For a confidential discussion about the role please contact the principal, Dale Burden; ph (021) 522 359. To apply please send your CV and covering letter to: