Director of Student Wellbeing
Ivanhoe Girls’ Grammar School demonstrates a strength in pastoral care and seeks to appoint a Director of Student Wellbeing to lead and enhance all aspects of student wellbeing across the Senior School.
This critical position reports to the Principal and is part of the Executive Team. The school has a desire to continue to develop more pro-active approaches to wellbeing, instilling a culture of preventing issues before they arise. A key focus of the position will be to develop a whole school strategic wellbeing framework, leading an effective and innovative approach to student wellbeing that is responsive to the needs of the School community.
The successful appointee will be an experienced teacher with demonstrable understanding of contemporary research, knowledge and best practice in the development and application of wellbeing management practices that develop and enhance the overall wellbeing of students. Displaying excellent interpersonal and communication skills, the appointee will work closely with students, families, staff and external agencies in a diverse community. Well-developed leadership and people management skills will combine with personal resilience and the capacity to think creatively.
Ivanhoe Girls’ Grammar School is one of Victoria’s leading independent schools, offering an open-entry all girls learning environment from ELC to Year 12, and caters for a maximum of 1000 students.
Our school has a well-established and impressive reputation for its academic excellence, quality student wellbeing program and a broad range of co-curricular opportunities. We welcome every student as a unique individual and we foster confidence to discover their passions and to build upon them.
For more information on Ivanhoe Girls’ Grammar School visit: www.ivanhoegirls.vic.edu.au
To apply: click on ‘APPLY NOW’ and using reference IGGwel0523 address your cover letter and resume to Liz Jones or Larissa Langley, of Fisher Leadership, or call 1300 347 437 for further information.Download candidate information