Enterprise Agreement Cedp

Providing contributions on topics that affect the strategic direction of human resource management for CEDP workstations, including enterprise agreement/premium application, personnel policies and practices, and other HR/ER projects or programs Broken Bay Diocese employees are covered by the following agreements: Enterprise agreements are enterprise-level agreements between employers and employees on employment conditions. Ideally, you have experience in a service-based HR application. Experience in an educational environment would be highly desirable, but not essential; Your experience in using and consulting within the limits of different distinctions and enterprise agreements and your ability to work quickly are greatly appreciated. You will be someone who can think on his legs and who will feel familiar with a lot of stakeholders in different situations. The application for registration, which was accepted once by parents and headteachers, is a contractual agreement as part of our commitment to integrate faith and life. These guidelines apply to all enrolment in a CEDP school. Last updated 2017. CEDP schools exist to provide quality Catholic education. This document describes the registration policy for all schools in the Diocese of Parramatta.

Implemented in 2014. This role is full-time, until August 2021 at most. We are in the process of returning to work part-time in the office and you will be working part of your job from home until at least the end of this year. Anti-harassment procedures provide a framework for school communities to cooperate to prevent and address student harassment issues. Implementation in 2017. In collaboration with other People-Culture teams, i.e. Payroll, WHS – RTW, Talent Acquisition to Solve Problems All schools in the Catholic Diocese of Parramatta aim to provide appropriate educational opportunities and support to students with additional needs. Last updated 2017. Play an important role in a revitalized and comprehensive People -Culture team This procedure includes possession and consumption of alcohol, tobacco, illicit drugs or other substances, as well as the misuse of “over-the-counter” and prescribed medications, including the provision of limited substances on school grounds. Implementation in 2017. These procedures apply to the inspection of a site or institution owned or managed by the Catholic Teaching Diocese of Parramatta (CEDP) or its schools, as well as to the assessment of the physical environment at the risk of harm to children and adolescents. Implemented in 2013.

In collaboration with the Catholic Labour Relations Board (CCER) to speed up guidance in the area of labour relations, the conditions under which a child can be excused from school enrolment and schooling are described. Implementation 2017. Apply now for employment number: 499726 Type of work: full-time temporary office: Catholic Office of Education, Diocese of Parramatta Categories: Human Resources The armament process aims to prevent the presence of prohibited weapons on the school grounds in order to minimize risks to staff and students. Implementation 2017.Change 2018. Expanding and expanding your expertise in human resources in an educational environment The Catholic Diocese of Education of Parramatta (CEDP) is committed to improving the knowledge and understanding of all those who work and learn about Aboriginal Australia in our schools. Implementation 2012 – Evaluation 2017. Promotion: 27 Nov 2020 09:11 AUS Eastern Daylight Time Applications Close: 13 Dec 2020 23:12 AUS Eastern Daylight Time This policy describes the commitment of the Diocese of Catholic Education of Parramatta (CEDP), comprehensive training for the range of children and young people for the development of the whole person.