Take ownership of this role within the professional body and work alongside a small team of committed professionals. This role involves a high level of administrative responsibilities in professional learning sector and great customer service skill to manage the front desk.
You will have excellent administrative skills including sound knowledge of Excel, Word and Google suites and a professional phone manner.
A sound knowledge of the Australian Curriculum and experience in the education sector is highly desirable to carry out this role effectively.
You pride yourself on your excellent communication and people skills – which is an essential requirement in this role as you will also be the ‘front line’ person having regular contact with members (professionals) and educator stakeholders.
This is a two days per week permanent part time role, making it ideal if you have other commitments or are looking for a role with flexibility.
Working from the reception desk and reporting to the Executive Officer you will oversee all the courses for endorsement applications received by PTC NSW, check the application’s compliance with the NESA Standards, prepare and submit required feedbacks and reports and also be the front desk person.
This is a unique and varied role, a co-operative, flexible ‘can-do’ colleague will be welcomed by this friendly, diverse and respectful team!
The Professional Teachers’ Council NSW (PTC NSW) is the peak umbrella body that provides support and member services to its member associations. It unifies teaching associations and brings together professional interests and education activities throughout NSW.
PTC NSW represents teachers from all levels of education and across all sectors. PTC NSW has a commitment to the professional development of teachers and to enhancing the professionalism of teachers and the quality of education in New South Wales. Our goal is to build capacity to support teacher quality.
PTC NSW is an endorsed provider of NESA registered Professional Development for NSW. PTC NSW Professional Learning Committee, accredits member association courses under NESA across all three levels i.e. Proficient, Highly Accomplished and Lead. Courses submitted for accreditation are reviewed by the PTC NSW Professional Learning Committee which provides feedback, to ensure all courses are of a high standard and meet the NESA requirements. Accredited courses are then uploaded to the NESA website by the Professional Learning Officer.
Applying for the role
If you are interested in applying, please send us a current resume and maximum one page cover letter detailing how you are the best person for this role to: email@example.com
Applications close on Wednesday 24 October 2018
To discuss this role further please contact Shreela/ David at 02 97160378.
A competitive salary/hourly rate will be negotiated with the successful applicant for this exciting role.