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Recruitment, selection, appointment, transfer and deployment

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Criminal History Screening Policy and Procedures
Criminal history screening is the process of gathering relevant information to assist in making an informed decision about a person’s suitability for employment or continued employment with the Department.
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Recruitment Selection and Appointment Policy and Procedures
This policy provides procedures for the recruitment, selection and appointment of teaching staff, school administrators and staff other than teachers and school administrators.
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Secondment Policy and Procedures
A secondment is the voluntary placement for a defined period, with the requirement that the employee returns to their substantive position on completion. The Department of Education supports secondment for staff development.
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CEO Instruction regarding national police history checks for school-based non-teaching staff who do not have current national criminal history record checks
This document outlines the requirement that all non-teaching staff in schools who do not have a current criminal history record check must consent to a National Police History Check through the Department’s Screening Unit.
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Competency Framework for Teachers
The Competency Framework for Teachers remains a source of reference whilst schools transition to the mandated use of Australian Professional Standards for Teachers as the prime reference for teachers ’registration, self-reflection,...
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Probation Guidelines (public servants and school support staff)
These guidelines provide information to principals/line managers about managing probation and apply to public servants and school support staff.
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Probationary Employment Guidelines (teachers and school psychologists)
These guidelines provide principals and teachers with information about managing probation.
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Level Three Classroom Teacher
The Level 3 Classroom Teacher program supports the retention of exemplary teachers in the classroom.
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Senior Teacher Information and Guidelines
Enhances career opportunities for teachers, recognises experienced practicing teachers and their continuous professional learning. Supports the retention of competent, experienced teachers in classroom teaching and promotes quality teaching...
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Staffing Portal
This is a link to the Department of Education Staffing Portal.
Recruitment, selection, appointment, transfer and deployment
http://www.det.wa.edu.au/policies/detcms/navigation/human-resources/recruitment--selection--appointment--transfer-and-deployment/

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