There is a company agreement covering salary and conditions for all school staff, teachers, administrators and tutoring (New South Wales and ACT Catholic Systemic Schools Enterprise Agreement 2015). School heads are subject to an agreement (director – country and regional diocese – Company agreement 2013). The staff of the CEO`s office has separate terms and conditions of employment. It is hoped that schools will use these guidelines both to develop their own policy and to develop strategies for implementing these guidelines. Only in their implementation will they have an impact on the life of our system. A brochure for the improvement and renewal of the school The Catholic Office of Education offers employees a selection of three pension funds. For more information, see the following websites: Northern Territory Office Catholic Education Action Plan 2019-2021 The policy framework, as well as specific policy statements, help ensure a coherent and thoughtful approach to Catholic education in the Northern Territory. Please call Susan Phillipson at (02) 4253 0913 or Casey Wilkinson at (02) 4253 0829. Salary packaging conditions are system-wide. Catholic Schools (NT) Collective Enterprise Agreement 2018-2021 NSW &ACT Catholic Systemic Schools Enterprise Agreement 2018 Australian Catholic Superannuation Retirement Fund Join here online Click here to visit the Country Incentives Program page. All guidelines developed by Northern Territory Catholic Education are intended to create a consistent focus for our school system. .
Our standard pension guarantee system is the Australian Catholic Superannuation Withdrawal Fund if no funds are specified. Employees do not have the option to direct pension contributions to other pension funds. CENT Leadership, Curriculum and Pedagogy Programs and Services Booklet Our employees are entitled to benefits and are subject to the obligations of the CEO Collective Enterprise Agreement 2014. The minimum requirements in our schools are set out in the Catholic Education SA Enterprise Agreement 2017. . . .