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Assistant Director Inclusion Project Central - Student Wellbeing and Inclusion - Alice Springs

NT Government
  • Senior Administrative Officer 1 (SAO1) – Remuneration Package $146,845 - $163,862 (including salary $126,030 - $140,795)
  • Student Wellbeing and Inclusion Programs and Services
  • Fixed vacancy available for 18 months in Alice Springs

Are you a passionate leader with project management and service delivery skills? 

About the team:

The Central Australian Regional Response (CARR) operates within a multi-tiered system of support framework, to promote the development of a student’s learning and wellbeing, by building the capability of staff to make the necessary adjustments required for children and young people to access the curriculum.  

About the role:

Assistant Director Inclusion Project Central (SAO1) will lead the development and delivery of the Allied Health project for the Central Australian Regional Response at varying levels of complexity through managing direct service delivery, provide strategic coordination, advice and analysis for continuous improvement of school and system.

To be successful in the Assistant Director role you will need experience leading a team and project management skills; an allied health or education background is desirable. For the Allied Health practitioner roles, you will need a degree in psychology, occupational therapy or speech pathology and current registration or ability to obtain with your relevant professional association, such as the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Authority (AHPRA) for psychologists and occupational therapists or Speech Pathology Australia (SPA) for speech pathologists.

What you’ll get in return:

  • Attractive salary package + 6 weeks recreational leave, 3 weeks personal leave and recreational leave loading
  • Professional learning opportunities to develop your career and professional practice
  • Relocation allowance for suitable intrastate and interstate candidates
  • Flexible work arrangements can be negotiated.

Office-based conditions apply to this position. The applicant must hold or be able to obtain a Working with Children Notice Clearance and an NT driver’s licence. Visits to remote schools may necessitate travel by four wheel drive vehicle on unsealed roads or light aircraft and include overnight stays in remote communities of up to four days. Four wheel drive training will be provided by the NT Department of Education.

About the location:


Contact Deborah Hodgkin for more information about the position on 08 8944 9220 or [email protected] using the subject line: Assistant Director Inclusion Project Central - Student Wellbeing and Inclusion - Alice Springs enquiry via EthicalJobs.

Applications should consist of a one page summary sheet, resume / CV and copies of relevant qualifications. 

For a copy of the Job Description or to view career opportunities in the Northern Territory Government please visit www.jobs.nt.gov.au  

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