Teacher Engagement & Registration Manager

Are you an experienced leader with a strong background in regulatory environments? Do you thrive on leading teams through periods of change? Are you passionate about ensuring young Victorians have the best teachers?

If you fit this profile, then you could join the dynamic Teacher Engagement and Registration team at the Victorian Institute of Teaching with an exciting and challenging mandate for change. The Teacher Engagement and Registration Manager role offers an outstanding career opportunity for a professional who is passionate about using their expertise and leadership to support VIT in its regulation of Victorian teachers. With extensive knowledge of risk-based practices and processes, including the integration and delivery of customer engagement and registration services, the role will ensure VIT meets community expectations and provides for young peoples' safety and wellbeing.
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Department: Victorian Institute of Teaching
Work Type: Ongoing - full time
Job Function: Education and Training
Classification: VIT6
Work Location: Melbourne - CBD
Reference: VG/TER002
Closing Date: 21-Jul-2019
Salary Range: $117,262 - $156,918
Job Duration: 1.0
Attachments: VIT-TER-Grade6 - TER Manager-v2.pdf (PDF, 523KB)

Recruitment Information Sheet.docx (Word, 154KB)

VIT-TER-Grade6 - TER Manager-v2.pdf (PDF, 523KB)
Job Specification

Recruitment Information Sheet.docx (Word, 154KB)

Contact: Shaynie Paton - Director TER

Position Details

About the role

Salary range: $117,262-$156,918 plus 9.5% super

Be part of a forward-thinking, risk based regulator where ideas and opinions are valued. This role will require you to

•          Develop, implement and monitor risk-based business plans

•          Provide operational oversight and lead teams to deliver the VIT's teacher engagement

           and registration functions

•          Engage with duty holders, and identify and respond to stakeholder needs

About you

As an experienced leader, you will have sound and practical knowledge of contemporary risk-based regulatory practices and processes. You will have experience working in regulatory environments, and ideally a passion for child safety and experience working with the education sector.

You will have proven strategic planning, conceptual and analytical skills combined with a highly organised approach and a proven track record in operational management, particularly in licensing, registration, customer service and engagement functions. In addition to this, as the successful candidate, you will have

•          a record of achieving organisational objectives and outcomes

•          demonstrated experience in developing and delivering effective and fit-for-purpose

            frameworks, policies, and processes

•          excellent written and verbal skills, and an ability to establish and maintain productive

            working relationships.

About us

VIT offers a supportive, inclusive working environment, plus an attractive remuneration package and flexible work options. Our team of diverse, high performing individuals are talented, supportive and inclusive. Every role within VIT provides for the safety and wellbeing of children; our work enables quality teaching and the best educational outcomes for young Victorians.

VIT promotes and encourages the Victorian Public sector Employee's Code of Conduct of responsiveness, integrity, impartiality, accountability, respect, leadership and human rights.

We pride ourselves on allowing our staff to grow to their full potential, by offering new professional challenges and providing career growth opportunities.

VIT is centrally located at 628 Bourke Street near Southern Cross Station in modern and up to date offices.

Please see attached position description for more information and instructions on how to apply.

Our Recruitment and Selection Process

Our recruitment and selection process is based on the public sector employment principles and will include the following overarching principles:

Our decisions will be based on merit. We will assess each applicant's skills, knowledge, attributes and qualifications objectively against the key selection criteria.

  • We will be fair, reasonable and equitable. We will provide equal employment opportunities.
  • We will be objective.
  • We will comply with our privacy obligations during the recruitment and selection process.

During the recruitment and selection process, shortlisted applicants may be asked to submit to various assessment tools and pre-employment screenings. This may include consent to conduct a national police check.

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