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Senior Curriculum Officer, English - 00003YQY
Date 2015-10-08 11:10:35 Location : Oceania
The Board of Studies, Teaching and Educational Standards (‘BOSTES’) is a statutory authority responsible for the curriculum, assessment, teacher accreditation and regulatory standards in NSW schools (Kindergarten to Year 12). The BOSTES is also responsible for developing policies and initiatives for evaluating and improving student learning performance across all schools and school sectors. The BOSTES was established on 1 January 2014 following the merger of the Board of Studies NSW and the NSW Institute of Teachers.
We are looking for a Senior Curriculum Officer, English who will be responsible for providing curriculum and assessment advice in the English learning area, and across the curriculum from Kindergarten to Year 12. Responsible for the development of English Years 11–12 syllabuses and materials to support implementation in accordance with BOSTES syllabus development processes.
To be successful in this role you must possess the following essential requirements:
* Tertiary teaching qualifications in English.
* Outstanding recent experience in implementing NSW English curriculum for Years 11-12, including the Extension courses, in government or non-government schools.
How to apply. Your application should include a covering letter (maximum of two pages) briefly responding to the focus capabilities and essential requirements detailed above, a resume including 2 referees and their contact details (no more than 5 pages) and your response to the targeted questions listed below.
Targeted questions Please answer the following questions with concrete examples and in no more than 300 words per question. Briefly describe the context of the situation(s), the actions that you took, the outcome of your efforts and what you learned from the experience.
Q1: Outline an example of how you have managed, reported on and evaluated a project involving stakeholder engagement? What processes did you implement to meet milestones and timelines? How did you work collaboratively with others to deliver the project? What strategies did you implement to ensure the success of the project? What would you do differently next time?
Q2: Describe a recent situation where it was important for you to identify, understand and consider the needs and perspectives of others. How did this influence the outcome of the situation? What strategies did you use to consider and address different perspectives and communicate with those involved? What was the outcome? What did you learn from the experience?
In addition, applicants progressed to interview will be required to undertake 1 or 2 relevant on-line assessments.
Under new employment legislation all current and new Public Service non-executive employees are employed at a classification level and assigned to a role rather than appointed to a position. Employees may be re-assigned to other roles at the same classification over time, in line with organisation priorities and/or personal development plans.
Temporary employments/secondment under sections 43 and 64 of the Government Sector Employment Act 2013 for a period of up to 2 years.
Consistent with the entitlements of public sector applicants, BOSTES is prepared to negotiate bilateral agreements with current employers of successful non-government school applicants to facilitate right of return and recognition of service while employed by the BOSTES.
Closing Date: 21 October 2015