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Performance and Development for Education Support Class Employees

2024 Statement of Expectation for Education Class Employees

Education Support class (ES) employees can again choose to undertake either the Statement of Expectation (SoE) or the standard Performance and Development Plan (PDP) process to meet performance and development requirements. Education Staff selecting the SoE process are not required to complete any routine documentation or monitoring in eduPay.

This year, the SoE is aligned to the Annual Implementation Plan (AIP) and the department’s values.

Statement of Expectation for ES employees

The expectation is that:

  • Education Support will contribute to the AIP as appropriate to their role and settings.
  • Education Support will act with integrity and in accordance with the ValuesExternal Link .

At the start of the cycle

ES employees indicate to their principal or delegate whether they will undertake the 2024 SoE or the standard PDP process, at any time prior to 30 April 2024.

ES employees discuss with their principal or delegate how they will contribute to the implementation of their school’s AIP together with their professional development / career goals and aspirations.

Throughout the year

ES employee and their principal or delegate meet regularly throughout the year.

Where there is a concern that an ES employee is not making an appropriate contribution to meet the SoE, this concern should be raised by the principal or delegate with the staff member in writing at the time the concern becomes apparent, and provided in writing along with proposed improvement supports.

At the end of the cycle

At the end of semester 2, ES employees, with their principal or delegate, will reflect on and be acknowledged for their learning, growth and contribution to the AIP.

It is assumed that ES employees who opt-in to this process will meet the SoE, in which case no action is required in eduPay.

Chapter setting out the 2024 Statement of Expectation for Education Support Class Employees.

Reviewed 27 February 2024

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