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Assistant Director, Curriculum Development
The Department for Education, South Australia is seeking their next Assistant Director, Curriculum Development
anzuk Executive are pleased to partner with the Department for Education, South Australia in their search for their next Assistant Director, Curriculum Development.
The Department for Education has a clear vision – to build a stronger future for children by making South Australia’s public education system world-class. We have a plan to take the statewide standard of public education in South Australia from good to great, as a great education can change lives. We are one team, statewide. Everyone in public education works together, united behind our vision because what we're doing today will improve the futures of children in South Australia. We’re making a difference so South Australia thrives.
The Assistant Director, Curriculum Development is responsible for supporting the Director, Curriculum Development in:
- co-designing curriculum resources with classroom teachers, curriculum leaders and principals
- high quality systematic external and internal stakeholder engagement
- collaborating with academic partners and experts in the development of curriculum resources
- working with ACARA and other jurisdictions to contribute to and inform national curriculum decisions and innovations
- managing Curriculum Development’s involvement in key Department strategies, including School Improvement, International Education, Early Years Learning, Aboriginal Education, and Music strategies
- embedding science elaborations (with SA Aboriginal context) within the SA science curriculum resources
- collaborating with Aboriginal Elders and communities to share the science knowledge of Aboriginal nations in SA
- An appropriate tertiary qualification including post-graduate qualifications in an appropriate discipline desirable or relevant experience
- Experience leading in a large and complex organisation at an executive level, ensuring the translation of priorities into executed deliverables
- You must have, or be able to obtain, a Department for Human Services issued Working with Children Check
Please note to be employed by the department, applicants must be vaccinated against COVID-19 or have an approved medical exemption endorsed by a duly qualified medical practitioner. Unvaccinated people must comply with conditions for unvaccinated people as outlined in the Department’s website. Proof of vaccination status must be provided for sighting on request. Requirements
Applicants are required to submit a Curriculum Vitae and written application detailing their skills and experience as it applies to the scope of the role. Remuneration
SAES Level 1
For a confidential conversation or to obtain an Applicant Information Pack, please contact:
Brendan Fraser, Executive Recruiter on Tel: 0438 618 604 or Email: Brendan.F@anzuk.education
or James Mundy, Head of Executive on Tel: 0422 228 164 or Email: James.M@anzuk.education Application Process
Your application should consist of a:
- Covering letter detailing your skills and experience as it applies to the scope of the role (3 page maximum)
- Curriculum Vitae (3 page maximum)
- Department for Human Services issued Working with Children Check
- This is a full-time (1.0 FTE) vacancy, commencing ASAP until 27 March 2025.
- Applications must be submitted online:
- People of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent and/or those who have a disability are strongly encouraged to apply.
17/06/2022 5:00 PM Flexibility Statement
- The South Australian public sector promotes diversity and flexible ways of working including part-time. Applicants are encouraged to discuss the flexible working arrangements for this role.