Diocese of Ballarat Catholic Education Limited (DOBCEL) schools are
located within a diverse and geographically extensive diocese extending across
Western Victoria, from the Murray River to the Southern Ocean. DOBCEL provides governance to 56 schools and partners with
them to promote Catholic identity, high quality learning and a culture of
respectful and trusting relationships.
Permanent, Full-time position
Provision of a vehicle is
attached to the role.
Education Ballarat is seeking to expand its team of Psychologists working in
the central region of our Diocese. The Psychologist
works as part of a multidisciplinary team working across a variety of
educational settings, alongside other highly motivated colleagues from the
Educational and Wellbeing Teams. Focusing
on students who are disengaged, or at risk of disengaging with their education,
this role will work with schools to develop the capacity of staff to respond
effectively to the learning and behavioural needs of students. Major responsibilities will include:
- Provision of psychometric assessments and interventions for students;
of the capacity of staff in the educational setting to respond effectively to
students whose learning and development is being compromised;
directly with teaching staff to provide support to individual/groups of
- Supporting teaching staff to develop individual learning and behaviour/safety plans which enhance educational outcomes for students;
- Provision of timely advice,
information and direction on flexible learning pathways and equipment
(resources) to support learning;
- Effectively addressing teacher and parent concerns regarding barriers to learning.
Apply via our website
apply, please visit the Catholic Education Ballarat website: https://ceob.edu.au/careers/dobcel-vacancies/ to
access a role description and application pack.
discuss this opportunity further, please contact:
Trainor, Human Resources Manager
Applications close: Monday 28 June 2021, 9am.
Catholic Education Ballarat is committed to
the safety, wellbeing and protection of all children and young people in its