The School/OSHCS Coordinator liaises with the Regional Coordinator to develop a suitable structured physical activity program that will meet the needs of the school/OSHCS community and engage children that are traditionally inactive. It is envisaged that the principal will generally assume the role of School/OSHCS Coordinator.
The School/OSHCS Coordinator is responsible for:
The Program Supervisor assumes 'duty of care' for the children participating in the program. The Program Supervisor does not require a registration process.
The responsibilities of the program Supervisor include:
The role of coordinator and supervisor may be performed by the same person. The roles and responsibilities differ in that the coordinator is responsible for the organisation of the program in general, and the supervisor is responsible for the program requirements on the day of the session.
Program Supervisors engaged to supervise the AASC structured physical activities may be individuals such as teachers, teacher aides and other persons approved by the principal.
Those who register interest in supervising the Program may do so on a paid or voluntary basis. Where payment is to be made, that person will be employed by either the school or the P&C. See the "Employment and Payment of Program Supervisor/Deliverers who are Employed by the School" section below for further information regarding payment.
The role of the program deliverer is to:
Program Deliverers engaged by the school to deliver the AASC structured physical activities may be:
Those who register interest in supervising or delivering the Program may do so on a paid or voluntary basis.
Where payment is to be made to an individual, that person will be employed by either the school or the P&C. Where the Program Deliverer is employed by the school, the school must ensure that the appropriate staff/student ratio is maintained.
Where payment is to be made to an entity, the Program Deliverer will be an employee of the entity, and payment will be made by the school to the entity on the basis of an invoice for service performed at a negotiated payment rate.
Where payment is made to a sole provider, payment will be made by the school on the basis of an invoice for service performed at a negotiated payment rate. If the sole provider has not provided an Australian Business Number (ABN), a Statement by a Supplier form is to be completed by the individual.
The Program Supervisor/Deliverers will be casual employees engaged under section 112(2) (b) of the Public Service Act 1996 and will be covered by the conditions of employment, WorkCover and the wage rate below. This applies to registered teachers, teacher aides and others.
All employees would be regarded as non-contributory members of the QSuper Accumulations Scheme. In accordance with the provisions of this scheme, the employer contributes 9% based on the employee fulfilling the following requirements:
Non-state school employees are encouraged to direct any enquiries concerning superannuation to QSuper on telephone number 1300 360 750.
Individual Program supervisors/deliverers must agree with the following terms and conditions before commencing work:
Schools should factor in 16.85% wage on-cost recovery rates to the budget planning for the program.
This page was last reviewed on 22 Sep 2011