Science operations officers

Science operations officers

​​As a science operations officer, you are employed to support teachers and students in the school's science department. You will u​se your technical skills to ensure the science department runs efficiently and safely.

You are classified as a member of the non-teaching staff; all non-teaching staff must undergo a Working with Children Check and hold a Blue Card to work in a school.

Role description

Your duties are described in the role description for your classification.

Line manager

Your line manager should be your first contact if you experience any difficulties. It will normally be a science teacher or the Head of Department.

Employment conditions

Your conditions of employment are provided in the current award and certified agreement (DoE​ employees only) applicable to your role.

​Professional learning

Various opportunities for professional development are published on the Professional Development website. You will find current opportunities in the Professional Development Calendars under the year and month of interest.

Professional interactions

You may have friendly relationships with families that are part of the school community; however it is important that you do not discuss students, their progress or behaviour with anyone other than the students' teachers.​

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Last updated
02 February 2018