We're expanding our leadership team with applications now open for an Aboriginal Education Program Manager. This new role follows the appointment operations manager Simone Budden in late 2022.

Founder and MD Cherie Johnson says the new leadership role is part of the business’s expansion plans with three key focus areas for the future.

“Embedding Aboriginal perspectives from the boardroom to the classroom is what we do. Our new Aboriginal Education Program Manager will take the lead on developing learning modules that make sense for teachers and educators as well as the corporate sector.”

“We already have NESA accredited teacher professional learning, so the focus of this role will be to build on this success by developing new programs and materials while expanding our schools programs and ensuring our corporate training provides an education pathway for participants.”

The education and corporate arms of the business support Speaking in Colour’s social impact programs, which are focused on providing opportunity and connection for Aboriginal community.

About the role

This role is responsible for the leading a team to write and develop programs and materials. You will have the scope in this position to lead, support, and present into our expanding school programs and initiatives, our school based TPL programs, and corporate training programs.

About you

You will be a qualified and professional Aboriginal Education Coordinator who is committed to the exposure of Aboriginal culture to create awareness and understanding. You will be passionate and driven about education and a recognised leader within this space.

  • Must identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander and demonstrate cultural capability including a respect for diversity and experience working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
  • Skills and Experience to present, teach and train others in Aboriginal Education topics (include any Teaching qualifications and recent school-based experience within the K-12 range if applicable).
  • Demonstrated understanding of the teacher accreditation processes, and Aboriginal Education Curriculum Priorities and Policies.
  • High level interpersonal skills to liaise and negotiate with a range of stakeholders and work collaboratively within and across teams, to lead and inspire other.

Want to know more

Apply now - applications close midnight, Monday 17 April, 2023.

For more information contact Pipeline Talent.
Tahlia Gilchrist Senior Recruitment Consultant
tahlia@pipelinetalent.com.au | jobs@pipelinetalent.com.au
0438 981 457| 8001 6603