Carey Baptist College
19th November, 2020
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Carey Baptist College, Western Australia

Carey is a way of life, it’s a community of faith on mission in the world. We exemplify our values in everything we do.

The Carey Group is a community of organisations that serve and minister to the community around us and beyond, as part of the ministry of Carey Baptist Church. Carey was established as a church plant in 1996, and since that time has grown to be two campuses, with schools, a cafe and community centre, an early years child education and care service and many other activities and ministries on the campuses and beyond.

The purpose of this position:
Reporting to the Director of Ministries/CEO, the Director of Education (DoE) provides strategic and educational leadership to the Carey Colleges through the College Principals, ensuring alignment of all of the Colleges to the mission and vision of the Carey Group.

Working in collaboration with the Carey Group Executive Team the DoE builds and leads the Executive Team of the Colleges, modelling, developing and holding accountability to organisational values, culture and behaviours.

Integral to the role are developing and directing College strategic planning in the context of the broader Carey Vision, overseeing resource allocation to achieve strategic plans and vision, and ensuring College operations are conducted in accordance with relevant regulatory frameworks.

Who you are:
You are a leader who achieves outstanding results with your people and can bring our values of Kindness, Courage, Respect, Humility and Integrity into everything you do.

You are courageous, you are agile, you believe leaders are learners.

You have a vision for education in the future and a desire to creatively prepare for that future.

You see schools as not just a place of learning, but a place of community where staff, students and families can find belonging and connection.

You understand the power of a story to change perspectives and connect people.

You are a leader who facilitates pathways for staff to achieve high outcomes for their students and themselves.

You are passionate about driving improved ways of working to deliver meaningful and long-lasting impact.

You are a committed Christian who understands and demonstrates servant-hearted leadership; you are intentional in nurturing and empowering your staff and creating an environment where others flourish.

If this is you, we want to hear from you.

To see a full Position Description and to apply, go to:

Applications close 5pm Tuesday 8 December 2020.

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