About Kinross Wolaroi School
Kinross Wolaroi School is a co-educational Independent School of the Uniting Church. The School has a strong history of excellent academic results along with a diverse co-curricular program. Kinross Wolaroi is a non-selective school with over 1100 students (including 330 boarders in Years 7 to 12), located in the NSW Central Tablelands in the city of Orange. The School has a proud tradition of educating young people in an environment where ideals are based solidly on friendship, spirituality, the security of family values, hard work and the pursuit of excellence to the very best of one’s ability. The School offers the unique opportunity for co-educational learning with separate boarding sites for boys and girls. Students are provided with a holistic education with a varied curriculum to meet the diverse needs of our students.
The School has two main campuses. The main campus, called “Wolaroi”, is a picturesque campus of 20 hectares and accommodates the main teaching facilities as well as the boarding facilities for boys boarding. A second campus, called “PLC”, is located approximately five kilometres west of the main campus (on the opposite side of the city of Orange) and houses the girls’ boarding facilities, a number of staff residences, a recreation and examination centre, an outdoor swimming pool and playing fields.
All classroom activities (the normal school day activities) for all students enrolled in the Early Childhood Centre and in classes from Kindergarten to Year 12 occur on the Wolaroi Campus. The main campus also includes a performance theatre, an auditorium, and a sports complex including gymnasium and indoor swimming facilities, a medical centre as well as five playing fields.
The school is committed to a highly effective whole school approach to student wellbeing that supports the emotional, social and academic needs of every student.
About the role:
The Head of Library and Learning Resources will be an innovative leader of information initiatives with experience in strategic development and change management. The incumbent will actively develop and implement a strategic vision for a contemporary information hub for the KWS Community. Strategic direction developed by the Head of Library and Learning Resources will be underpinned by practical change management planning and a commitment to best practice and continuous improvement.
This is a full time ongoing opportunity.
For further information regarding the role, including a comprehensive candidate information pack, please visit https://www.kws.nsw.edu.au/about/employment-opportunities