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Job Closing Date: 
Monday, 16 September 2019 - 9:00am
Position Type: 
Permanent Part Time
Archdiocese of Hobart
Tasmanian Catholic Schools Parents Council (TCSPC)
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The Archdiocese of Hobart is the southern most diocese of the Catholic Church in Australia. We employ people of all faiths, cultures, religions and backgrounds while delivering services in the areas of welfare, training, employment, aged care, education, health care, affordable housing, childcare, charitable works, and laundry services to approximately 70,000 Tasmanians annually.

Tasmanian Catholic Schools Parents Council (TCSPC) is currently seeking an:

Executive Officer – Permanent Part Time – 3 days per week

The TCSPC is the peak body of Tasmanian Catholic School Parents’. The Council is a collaborative and representative organisation dedicated to promoting and supporting accessible, quality education for all children in Catholic school communities.

As Executive Officer you will:

• Work collaboratively with the TCSPC to achieve the objectives specified in the constitution by maintaining the relationship, providing leadership and working strategically with a range of networks

• Provide advice and response to all levels of government and other relevant parties • Represent the Council or Deputise for the Chair when required and as directed by the President

• Have or quickly obtain an understanding of the education and catholic education environment in Tasmania at state and national levels

• Have or quickly obtain an understanding of the political structure of both Tasmania and Federally, as well as an understanding of national and state parent bodies, and catholic schools/colleges’ parents and friends within the Archdiocese of Hobart.

What you bring to the roles:

• Extensive experience and demonstrated capacity to communicate and work collaboratively with a range of networks

• An understanding of and commitment to the role of parents and care givers in the education of their children

• Demonstrated ability to provide high level advice, advocacy, negotiation and the ability to contribute to policy development.

• Ability to work some outside normal hours of work The position requires a respectful understanding of, and a commitment to, the mission and values of the Archdiocese of Hobart.

To apply: Please submit the following documents to employment@aohtas.org.au by Monday 16th September 2019.

1) Resume

2) Statement addressing the Selection Criteria.

Please not that only those applications that submit a Resume and address the Selection Criteria will be considered.

Enquiries For a confidential discussion about the role please call Michael on 0438 243 533