Senior Schools Officer - Kingston

Senior Schools Officer - Kingston


Reconciliation Australia


Come and join the newest team at Reconciliation Australia and be a key part of our new, national schools program. The program aims to impact the Australian education landscape by assisting schools to develop meaningful relationships between teachers, students and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. This program will provide a diverse range of experiences and you will play a key part in assisting Australian schools to foster high levels of knowledge and pride in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories, cultures and contributions.


As an integral part of the Schools Program team at Reconciliation Australia, you’ll be able to influence schools nationally by:

  • Leading the development of a new, social media-driven teacher professional learning network
  • Building and maintaining Reconciliation Australia’s relationships with Australia’s peak education bodies
  • Developing, promoting and managing school engagement around Australia.


As a school professional with significant experience, you’ll receive:

  • Competitive salary – $70,000
  • Active training and support to fulfill your own goals and expectations
  • Freedom to manage and own projects.


This position is full-time, with a maximum-term to 30 June 2017.


Reconciliation Australia is an independent, national not-for-profit organisation. We are committed to improving employment opportunities for Indigenous Australians and strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.


For further information about Reconciliation Australia, job description and selection criteria go to our website or call 02 6273 9200.


Applications close: 5pm Friday 29 November 2013.


Please send resume and brief covering letter addressing selection criteria to:

Alex Shain

Reconciliation Australia

PO Box 4773



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