Saint Ignatius’ College is a leading Catholic, co-educational day school on the Jesuit tradition with about 1500 students across an Early Learning Centre (3 and 4-year-olds) and Junior Campus (R-6) at Norwood and a Senior Campus (7-12) at Athelstone.
The college is looking for a passionate and committed human resources generalist as its People and Culture Manager. The role will lead strategic and operational initiatives including as a trusted advisor to the Principal and Senior Leadership Team; facilitating talent management services including recruitment, induction, performance
management and career development; and, undertaking special human resources projects as required.
The successful candidate will need to have an affinity with and preparedness to support the Catholic ethos of the College.
The National Wine Centre of Australia is looking for a General Manager to deliver best practice products and services at the world class event and conference venue and educational facility.
Located alongside the Adelaide Botanic Gardens, The NWC is an entity of the University of Adelaide but operates as a standalone corporation.
Reporting to the NWC Board, the role will be responsible for developing and implementing strategic annual plans within agreed budgets; fostering and maintaining productive relationships with key stakeholders, and; overseeing the day-to-day operations of the venue, including commercial, financial, compliance, people and risk.
Applications are encouraged from appropriately qualified professionals with a track record in executive management and a strong commercial focus. Proven hospitality sector experience would be a recommendation and wine industry knowledge will be well regarded.
The SACE Board shapes the education of young people in all education sectors across South Australia, the Northern Territory and in a range of schools in Asia.
The board is looking to fill two roles with multiple positions in each.
The Education Consultant is responsible for the strategic development, recognition and implementation of curriculum, assessment and quality assurance. They bring subject expertise and build strong partnerships with schools to ensure maximum positive impact on students’ ability to thrive.
The Education Innovation – Project Officer provides systems leadership to the education community in SA by driving innovation to meet emerging education demands, through a diverse range of projects that provide system-wide impact for students through the SACE. In doing so they build strategic relationships and collaboration with stakeholders to drive and support change that reflects the vision and direction of the SACE.
These exciting roles present an opportunity to be a key leader in managing transformational change, continuous improvement and innovation in education enabling students to thrive.