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Blackheath & Thornburgh
Boys’ Dorms (Casual)
Experience in working in a residential setting
Closing date for applications Friday 23 February
Applications including cover letter should be
The Principal, Nigel Fairbairn
Female Boarding House Supervisors
Wongutha is seeking Expressions of Interests for Boarding House Supervisors to join the team. Wongutha is a year 11 and 12 boarding school for male & female students from all over Western Australia.
Wongutha is situated at Gibson 30km from the beautiful town of Esperance WA on a sheep and wheat farm. The boarding house's were completed in 2010 and are well equipped with generous living areas, gym, reverse cycle air conditioning and modern entertainment areas.
We are looking for enthusiastic and committed Christians with an ability to run activities and provide a high level of care to our students. Experience in youth work, Outdoor Ed, or working with Aboriginal young people would be desirable but not essential.
It is necessary for applicants to have or be willing to attain the following qualifications within an agreed time frame.
Interested Applicants please contact the Hostel Manager on 0458 712 339 or email email@example.com for further information.
Closing date: 28 February 2018
Director of Boarding
Methodist Ladies' College, Claremont is a vibrant boarding and day school for girls that has been offering exceptional education for more than 110 years. The Boarding House caters for up to 100 girls from rural and international regions.
Applications are sought from motivated and resilient professionals with outstanding leadership credentials and a demonstrated commitment to the education and welfare of students in a boarding community.
The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate:
MLC is committed to the safety and wellbeing of our students, staff and College community. Employees will be required to satisfy the College that they are conversant and compliant with the relevant College policies and guidelines relating to Child Safety and Protection.
Detailed information about the position and application requirements are located on the 'Discover Your Career' page of our website at www.mlc.wa.edu.au. For all further enquiries, please contact Human Resources on +61 08 9383 0226.
Applications close at 9am on Monday 26 February 2018
Methodist Ladies' College
356 Stirling Highway Claremont Western Australia
PO Box 222 Claremont WA 6910
Telephone: +61 8 9384 4000
Facsimile: +61 8 9385 1509
The Glennie School
Position Description for - Junior Resident (Boarding)
CLASSIFICATION LEVEL: Boarding House Supervisors
REMUNERATION: Full board in return for 12 hours per week. (Supervision plus additional hours will be expected on public holidays and at the beginning and end of term.) Commensurate with the Anglican Schools’ remuneration scales
SUPERVISOR: Boarding Senior Resident / Head of Boarding
POSITION DETAILS: Part-time, contract position in 2018 which has the potential to be extended in 2019. Hours between 7.00 am and 10.30 pm daily, as determined by agreement with the Head of Boarding.
PERFORMANCE REVIEW: A six month probation period will apply from the date of initial appointment. The Appraisal Review will be conducted by the School annually after the date of initial appointment.
The Glennie Junior Resident (Boarding) is involved in the overall care and supervision of girls ranging in age from approximately 10 years to 17 years of age and is responsible for creating a dynamic and engaging learning environment in which every student is encouraged to become All She Can Be ®. Students are arranged in boarding houses according to year levels.
PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES AND GENERAL PREREQUISITES OF STAFF AT THE GLENNIE SCHOOL
The personal attributes and skills expected for a position at Glennie include the ability to:
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Junior staff are accountable to the Boarding Senior Resident of their particular boarding house and, in turn, the Head of Boarding and The Principal. The Boarding Senior Resident will issue rosters, instructions and advice to staff pertaining to all areas of the position. On the job training will be under her direction. Any problems arising from this position are to be referred to her. The Head of Boarding is available to give direction to staff or to meet with staff.
House staff meetings occur on a periodic basis, usually once per week. Full boarding staff meetings with the Head of Boarding occur at least once per term, usually at the beginning of term. Other meetings may be called when necessary.
The responsibilities of the Glennie Junior Resident Boarding will include, but not be limited to the following:
STUDENT PROTECTION IN ANGLICAN SCHOOLS
Anglican schools support the rights of children and young people and are committed to ensure the safety, welfare, and wellbeing of students. Anglican schools are therefore committed to responding to allegations of student harm resulting from the conduct or actions of any person, including that of employees.
The Anglican school commitment includes the provision of a safe and supportive living and learning environment for all students and requires all employees, volunteers and visitors to model and encourage behaviour that upholds the dignity and protection of students from harm.
Please forward applications including appropriate qualifications and the names and the contact details of three Professional Referees (external candidates) or two Professional Referees (internal candidates) to:
Human Resources Manager
Mrs Sabine Eadie
The Glennie School
246a Herries Street
TOOWOOMBA QLD 4350
F: 07 4688 8767
Boarding School Receptionist
Marist College Ashgrove is a Roman Catholic day and boarding school for boys, located in Ashgrove, a northern suburb of Brisbane. The college has a primary school for students in grades 5 to 6, and a high school for students in grades 7 to 12.
The College has a vacancy for a Boarding Receptionist for immediate commencement. This is a Level 4 (currently $29.2026/hour) 3 day per week, term-time, continuing school officer position.
This position is a 3 day per week position - days are negotiable; working from 8:30 am - 3:00 pm with a half hour unpaid meal break. Normally for 18 hours/week during the College term.
The ideal applicant would demonstrate:
Applicants must have prior experience in this or a similar role. The applicant should address the criteria above in their application.
Applicants should hold, or be eligible to hold, a Blue Card, issued by the Public Safety Business Agency.
Applications should be made through the College website.
Applications close 2 March 2018 at 12 noon.
Anglican Church Grammar School, known internationally as "Churchie", has an exciting vision to ensure that the School remains at the forefront of boys' education. Building on a foundation over 100 years Churchie has pursued a philosophy of preparing students to be well-balanced men, contributing positively to the community.
Churchie's purpose is to offer a world-class educational programme including an International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme along with the Australian Curriculum to facilitate lifelong learning, by optimising opportunities for leadership, creative excellence, and participation for every student. This vision seeks to establish the School as an international leader in academic, creative, pastoral, co-curricular and service pursuits. Foremost to this vision will be talented and enthusiastic staff.
Churchie is currently seeking highly motivated candidate for the following role to contribute to the vision of the Making of Men for the global community.
Senior School – commencing Semester 2, 2018
The Boarding Housemaster is a member of the "Churchie" Boarding Team with delegated responsibility for the necessary pastoral care of the boarding students by developing and maintaining a safe, nurturing and responsive environment that provides the boarding students with opportunities to develop in spiritual, intellectual, emotional, social and physical dimensions.
Mandatory requirements for this role are:
All staff at Churchie are expected to support the philosophies of the School, must either hold or be able to obtain a Blue Card and/or be registered with the Queensland College of Teachers.
Interested persons, should in the first instance, consider carefully the Position Description and Selection Criteria documentation which can be found on the Churchie website. Applications must include a covering letter addressing the selection criteria.
Applications are to be submitted via Seek and addressed to:
Anglican Church Grammar School
Oaklands Parade, East Brisbane Qld 4169
Closing date: Tuesday, 6 March 2018 at 12 noon.
Only those shortlisted will be contacted.
We thank you in advance for your interest in this position, however only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. If you do not hear from us please assume you have been unsuccessful on this occaision.
Anglican Church Grammar School is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Boarding House Supervisor
Learning in Residence
St Paul’s College is a Lutheran school, which aims to encourage and support students, informed and sustained by the word of God, to develop their God-given talents so that they may shape and enrich their world.
St Paul’s College began with a community wanting a Christian secondary school education for their children. St Paul’s was established in the conviction that “unless the Lord builds the house, its builders labour in vain” (Psalm 127:1). This means the “the gospel of Jesus Christ must inform all learning, teaching, human relationships and activities so that young people can be prepared for their fullest and best lives” (Werner Hebart – Founding Headmaster)
“Unless the Lord builds the house, its builders labour in vain”
To provide a Christian education in the Lutheran tradition
Boarding Supervisors employed at St Paul’s College play an important role in creating a positive, caring and open culture that encourages full participation in study and co curricular programs within the school and the boarding community. Boarding supervisors are expected to model appropriate behaviours, values and attitudes at all times. They are to provide a homely environment where boarders are able to grow into responsible and confident young people.
Key attributes of Supervisors
Facilities and Resources
Workplace Health and Safety
Employees are responsible and accountable for:
Prior to commencing employment at the College, you are required to:
This position description has been developed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this role. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities and requirements of employees assigned to the role. You will also be required to perform any other duties that the Director of Boarding may direct you to perform which could be reasonably considered relevant to the position.
Applications including two referees can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Requests for the position description can be directed to Karen Schulz on 0260292200.
This position commences March 2018. Applications close Monday 12th March 2018.
Applicants must hold a current NSW Working with Children Check.
Western Cape College - Weipa Residential Campus
[“Choose] Are you ready for you next adventure and looking for an out of the box opportunity? Western Cape College is seeking applications from dedicated, dynamic teachers for this unique position at our Weipa Residential Campus, where you’ll be supporting our boarding students in Years 7 to 12 through the delivery of educational programs and learning assistance. Applications from both Primary and Secondary Teachers will be considered, so if you have a passion for remote education and the flexibility to flourish in this unique position, Apply Now! Previous applicants need not apply.
Position status: Temporary
Position type: Full-time
Occupational group: Education & Training
Workplace Location: Far North Qld
Job ad reference: QLD/FNQ268337/18
Closing date: 27-Feb-2018
Yearly salary: $60298 - $90386
Job duration: ASAP to 7 Decermber 2018 - unless otherwise determined
Contact person: Dan Tonon
Contact details: 0740906420
Welcome to Western Cape College
The Western Cape College is a unique state school with two campuses located in Mapoon (P-6), and Weipa (P-12), as well as a secondary residential facility also located in Weipa. Each Campus is set in its own amazing cultural, social and geographical environment, spread over a vast area of the Cape York Peninsula in Far North Queensland.
As the largest P-12 school in the Cape, we have an important role to play in supporting and continuing to lead innovative practices with Indigenous and Remote Education. Our vision is that all young people are well prepared for their futures with skills to progress purposefully on their chosen pathway, and we firmly believe in a strong foundation to learning being the stepping stone to future successes.
Our Residential campus caters for approximately 120 boarding students in our purpose built residential facility in Weipa. Academic engagement and success is a high priority and all students are encouraged to set personal goals in order to achieve their best. To facilitate this, students participate in a structured, supervised homework program four nights a week.
We are currently seeking an experienced teacher to join our dedicated teaching team. This is a unique opportunity for a teacher to work in our Residential Campus delivering education programs and learning assistance outside of school hours to maximise the educational outcomes of our boarding students. This is an important role, supporting and encouraging students in their home away from home context.
We are seeking a teaching professional who has the capabilities to successfully:
Experience working in a remote Australian community would be advantageous, but not essential. Primary and Secondary Teacher applications will be considered. Please Note: Previous applicants need not apply
Explore our website to learn more about working at Western Cape College
What’s in it for you?
In addition to the sense of fulfilment you will feel when stepping in to this important role, we also offer a range of additional benefits, including:
Whether you are highly experienced or at the beginning of your teaching career, the supportive environment and professional development opportunities on offer will see you thrive on a personal and professional level.
If you are a dynamic, driven educator we’d love to hear from you! Apply Now!
Welcome to Weipa
Weipa is a vibrant coastal community and forms part of the Western Cape York Peninsula, an area rich in geographical beauty and cultural heritage. Located 800km from Cairns by road, and only 200km from the northern tip of the Cape, Weipa is the ideal base for exploring all the region has to offer. Road access to Weipa and beyond is via the Peninsula Developmental Road which is unsealed, and during the wet season may be closed for extended periods.
Qantaslink provides daily flights out of both Cairns and Brisbane to Weipa, and Skytrans also provides regular passenger service. A twice weekly barge service operates between Cairns and Weipa year round for freight transport. Considering its remote location, the township of Weipa has access to a great range of essential services and lifestyle facilities including sports and recreation, community space, health services, shopping and retail, commercial services and trade. You can find more comprehensive information on life in Weipa here.
A relevant teaching qualification an ability to meet the minimum entry requirements as a teacher with the department. For further information on teaching qualifications visit the Teach Queensland website.
To apply for this exciting opportunity:
**Applicants are encouraged to commence and submit their application as early as possible as the Department of Education and Training reserves the right to reduce the application period and/or remove the job advertisement early should a suitable applicant be found.**
Applicants are to apply online. Applications may be used to fill other similar vacancies and will remain current for up to 12 months. Applications from recruitment agencies will not be accepted.
Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below.
Role Description - Western Cape College (PDF, 504KB)
A School of the Presbyterian and Methodist Schools Association
RESIDENTIAL BOARDING SUPERVISOR
(15 Hours per week Term Time)
Clayfield College is a dynamic, independent school based in Brisbane providing a diverse PP - 12 learning environment committed to excellence.
Qualifications and/or experience in the residential care of young adults is a distinct advantage for this position. A calm, warm and friendly disposition and the ability to communicate openly with young women from diverse cultural backgrounds is essential. As a role model, you will demonstrate empathy with and commitment to the pastoral care of the boarders and boarding staff. The work demands a high degree of discretion, initiative, analytical skill and sensitivity.
Hours of work for this position are 15 hours per week term time, reporting to the Head of Boarding who, in turn is accountable to the Principal. The position is residential (live in) and staff are provided with a single bed-sitter 52 weeks a year, including all meals during term time. Board and lodgings will be provided for these services in lieu of wages. It is essential the residential is in residence on the nights they are rostered on.
Applicants must be able to support the Christian aims of the Presbyterian and Methodist Schools Association and be able to contribute to the strategic vision of Clayfield College. A Positive Notice (Blue Card) for child related employment is a requirement of this position. First-Aid and/or health care qualifications will be highly regarded.
The Position Description and Application Form are available on the Clayfield College website at: www.clayfield.qld.edu.au.
Written applications, including a Covering Letter, Application Form, Curriculum Vitae and 3 referees should be forwarded to:
Ms Di Kerr, Head of Boarding
PO Box 387
Clayfield Qld 4011
or email: DKerr@clayfield.qld.edu.au
Applications close: Monday 19 March 2018
Email: Please click the 'Apply Now' button.
Boarding House Matron / House Manager
Scotch College has been accepting boarders ever since the College was founded in 1851 and boarders are an integral part of the school community. The boarding school is a welcoming and supportive community which emphasises the development of self confidence, independence and a tolerance and understanding of others.
Scotch College is seeking a caring and highly organised person to commence June 2018 as Boarding Matron/House Manager for one of our Boarding Houses. This is a key residential role within the Boarding team, reporting to the Head of Boarding House, providing care and guidance to the boys.
As a full time presence in the House, working from Sunday evening through to Friday afternoon, the House Matron/Manager acts as an adult listener, confidant and supervisor.
It is also important that the presentation of the boarding house and the boarding students is maintained to a high standard. The Boarding Matron/ Manager is required to work closely with the cleaning staff, boarding staff and students on a daily basis, to ensure that all necessary cleaning, housekeeping and boy-routine matters are attended to.
The ideal candidate will have:
Previous experience working with children and adolescents within an educational/care environment is highly desirable.
Scotch College is fully committed to protecting children and young people from harm. We require all applicants who are to work with children and young people to undergo an extensive screening process prior to appointment.
Applications should be directed to the Administration Manager and close on Monday 30th March 2018. Previous applicants will be considered but do not need to reapply.
Please apply through SEEK or via email email@example.com
If you would like a copy of the position description please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Email: Please click the 'Apply Now' button.
About the business
Allison House provides a safe, friendly and comfortable boarding facility for rural students who live in remote areas of Far West NSW whilst receiving their secondary education in Broken Hill.
About the role
The House Parents are responsible for the welfare and safety of the students 24 hours a day, along with coordinating and preparation of all meals, cleaning and students laundry, Upkeep of the garden and lawns and general maintenance and hiring of casual or part time staff to assist as and when required.
Allison House is an Alcohol and Smoke Free environment.
Benefits and perks
Attractive remuneration includes full board and lodgings along with 4 weeks annual leave and superannuation.
Maximum number of students is 24 currently 15.
Skills and experience
Boarding Head of Year, Girls
The Boarding Heads of Year:
N.B This position description contains the most important duties and tasks regarding the job to be done. It is not an exclusive/exhaustive list.
A comprehensive curriculum vitae including the names of three referees
should be forwarded immediately to:
The Rockhampton Grammar School
Rockhampton QLD 4700