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Schools: Salaries and superannuation for principal class employees

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Summary: PrincipalsSalaries for school principals are set out in the Victorian Government Schools Agreement 2022.The minimum salary for a principal position is determined with reference to the size of the school’s student resource package (excluding DE superannuation contributions, WorkCover premiums, locally raised funds, and Commonwealth funds that cannot be anticipated for more than two years).Salary rangeStudent resource package 20222023202420252$0$0$0$03$1,584,175$1,615,859$1,648,176$1,681,1394$3,696,412$3,770,340$3,845,747$3,922,6625$9,200,402$9,384,410$9,572,098$9,763,5406$14,…

Casual relief teacher wages

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Summary:  Casual relief teachers (CRTs) differ from other teachers in Victorian government schools in that they are not employed by the Department of Education and Training and are not employed under the Victorian Government Schools Agreement 2022. CRTs are employed by either the school council of the school in which they are working or by a CRT agency (such as ANZUK, Tradewinds).The rates of pay for CRTs differ depending on whether the CRT is employed by a school council or an agency.School council CRTs       A CRT employed by a school council is employed under Ministerial Order 1039…

Schools Sector: Consultation

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Category: Education Support, Graduate Teachers, Principals, School Teachers, Student Members
Summary: What is consultation?Consultation is the process of involving relevant persons to influence decision-making.A consultative committee must be established in each school to facilitate the opportunity to discuss work related matters and concerns.A consultative committee will be made up of: the principal, as the Employer’s representative; two nominees of the principal, or, in the case of a multi campus school, one nominee of the principal from each campus; two staff members elected by and from the total staff, or, in the case of a multi campus school, one staff member from each…

Education Support (ES) Classification, Range Reviews and Student Supervision

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Summary: Education Support (ES) Classification, Range Reviews and Student SupervisionEducation Support (ES) classificationEducation Support members perform a variety of different roles that are vital to the effective functioning of all schools.Each ES position is classified in a specific range (from Range 1 to Range 6), according to the duties and responsibilities attached to the role. The higher the range, the greater the level of autonomy and responsibility.Schedules 3 and 4 of the Victorian Government Schools Agreement 2022 (VGSA 2022) provide descriptions and examples of the type…