Below are listed Boarding Schools with regular positions vacant.
To post an advertisement on this site please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with all the details you want advertised.
Spinifex Residential College
We are regularly looking for suitable staff who wish to relocate to Mount Isa, or currently reside within Mount Isa.
We require Student Support Workers who are willing to work on a 7 day roster that includes weekend and night shifts. Staff are required to work 7.6 hours per shift, with additional ADOs that then accumulate to cover school holidays. In effect,
Student Support Workers have the ability to enjoy 13 weeks paid leave per annum. Education Queensland also provides subsidised housing in Mount Isa to staff who relocate from outside centres; subject to availability.
For further information please contact Mrs Catherine Jeffrey at Spinifex Residential Campus on 07 4745 4333.
Head of Campus
Spinifex State College-Mount Isa
Ph. 07 4745 4333
Boarding House Staff
St Hilda’s School is a P-12 Anglican Day and Boarding School located on the Gold Coast of Queensland. It is committed to excellence in the education of girls.
Applications are sought for the following 2014 position:
Boarding House Staff
Boarding House Staff are an integral part of the team which cares for the development of the girls. Each must have a genuine desire to work with adolescent girls who are living in an environment away from their homes. The ability to assist/tutor the students with their homework during preparation time is essential. Experience in residential care would be an advantage, but is not essential.
Successful applicants must hold or be eligible to apply for, a Suitability Card.
Application Forms and information about St Hilda’s School can be found on www.sthildas.qld.edu.au. Any questions about the position should be directed to the Head of Staff (07 5577 7246).
Applications should reach the Head of School as soon as possible.
The Head of School
PO Box 290
SOUTHPORT QLD 4215
Further details and information can be found on the St Hilda's School
website: St Hildas
Concordia Lutheran College is a Christian, coeducational day and boarding school of the Lutheran Church of Australia for years P-12 across four separate campuses.
The College requires Assistants within our boarding community (Years 7-12).
You will be required to work up to 15 hours per week during school term time assisting with the supervision and organisation of student activities. In lieu of payment, you will be provided with accommodation in a single room (shared communal facilities with other Boarding Assistants) and all meals during school terms.
Rostered hours include weekends and evenings.
To be appointed, you will need to support the Christian ethos of the College and be eligible for a Working With Children Blue Card.
Please go to our website and then the ‘Employment’ Quick links to view the Application Package.
Enquiries can be directed to email@example.com or phone 07 4688 2700.
Male Residential Supervisor
Contact Stuart Delaney Head of Boys Boarding
0421 098 647 or 07 3377 6110
Email resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Toowoomba Anglican College and Preparatory School (TACAPS) requires male and female Boarding Assistants to commence immediately.
Successful applicants will be required to work 12 hours each week during term time in boys and girls boarding houses. They will be provided with accommodation and meals in lieu of payment.
The positions are ideal for Education students as there may be the opportunity to earn income through tutoring.
A Position Description is available by contacting the School Office on (07) 4639 8111 or email@example.com.
Applications from suitable persons including the names and telephone numbers of three confidential referees, should be addressed to the Director of Boarding.
RESIDENT TUTOR, THE GLENNIE SCHOOL, TOOWOOMBA
We seek capable, mature and responsible people who will enjoy making a difference to the lives of Glennie girls aged 14-17 using high level interpersonal and communication skills that will further enhance the vibrant family environment of the School’s boarding community.
This residential position is for 12 hours per week supervision outside school hours with some weekend work in return for full board and motel style accommodation. The position would be suitable for a university student. There is often the opportunity for paid relief work, extra supervision etc.
Please see the website for further details: Glennie - employment
Head of Boarding,
0419 655 880
CANBERRA GIRLS GRAMMAR SCHOOL
Boarding House Tutors (Residential)
Resident tutors are required to assist with the running of the Boarding House. Accommodation (all year) and meals will be provided in return for approximately 15 hours duty per week during term time only, including evenings and rostered weekends. Duties include supervision of students, assistance with weekend excursions and office duties. A current full driver’s licence is essential.
Boarding House tutors must be aware that whilst they have scheduled times of duty, they are required to always be a presence in the house. This assists those on duty as well as ensuring a positive and interactive environment occurs at all times. Relationships and respect can only form when Boarding House Tutors actively engage themselves in the lives of girls on a daily basis.
As Boarding House positions involve responsibility for the care of female boarders between the ages of 12 and 18, we are seeking female applicants only.
For employment at CGGS, a commitment to the ethos of an independent Anglican school is essential.
The duty statement and an application cover sheet may be obtained from the School’s website CGGS or by telephone (02) 6202 6400. Queries regarding these positions should be directed via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications should be addressed to:
The Principal, CGGS
Melbourne Avenue, DEAKIN ACT 2600
Applicants will be required to provide a current Working With Vulnerable People check prior to commencing employment.
Applicants must be able to demonstrate they have permission to work in Australia.
BOARDING HOUSE MASTERS
Ipswich Grammar is inviting expressions of interest for upcoming volunteer Boarding Master vacancies.
Meals and accommodation are offered in exchange for volunteering a small amount of your time.
The role involves:
13 hours supervision per week of boys in Years 7 to 12 (including a sleepover duty)
Five weekend days duty per semester
Applicants must hold a current Blue Card (Working with Children Check), or possess the ability to obtain one. Previous work experience in residential accommodation would be viewed favourably. References essential.
Please phone Mr John Beaumont, Director of Boarding on 3813 9640 or email:email@example.com
The College is seeking Residential Supervisors to work in the Boarding Residences. Successful applicants will undertake approximately 12 hours of work per week and in return the College will provide single accommodation, meals 52 weeks of the year and access to some of the College's facilities.
For further information phone:
Mr James Metzeling
Head of Boarding
142 Frasers Road, Ashgrove. 4060
Telephone: 07 3858 4641
St Joseph's Nudgee College (Est. 1891) is a Catholic Boys' Day and Boarding school in the Edmund Rice Tradition for Years 5-12, with a student population of 1485. The College is a member of the GPS and CIC Associations and focuses upon providing a balanced holistic education.
The College is seeking to employ Boarding House Supervisors to support the work of the Boarding Management Team for approximately 14-18 hours per week. For this work, in lieu of payment, the College provides single accommodation, laundry, meals 48 weeks of the year and access to the College's facilities. Other employment opportunities in our extensive co-curricular program, such as coaching, may also be available. The role would include supervising study time after school, meals, activities and being a supportive presence in the Boarding House. Applicants must have a "Working with Children" Blue card or be eligible to apply for one through the College.
Interested applicants are invited to forward an application, which includes curriculum vitae, relevant qualifications, recent experience and two referees, to the
College HR department, at firstname.lastname@example.org or post to:
HR Department, St Joseph's Nudgee College, PO Box 130, Virginia QLD 4014.
Resident Supervisor required, Canberra Grammar School
Canberra Grammar School currently has an opportunity for a mature and responsible individual to assist the boarding community as a resident supervisor.
The successful applicant will be required to work approximately 9 hours per week (including one designated weekday), approximately 3 Friday night rosters per semester, and 5 weekend days per semester.
In return the School will provide the successful applicants with accommodation and all meals during school terms.
All applications and further enquiries are to be sent to:
The Head of Boarding,
Canberra Grammar School,
40 Monaro Crescent,
Canberra ACT 2603,
The School has vacancies for the following position
Male and Female Residential Boarding Supervisors
Live-in, accommodation and meals provided, in lieu of cash payment.
Duties include weekday evening supervisions and two weekends per term.
Blue Card, Manual driver’s license and First Aid qualifications are essential.
If you have the experience and personality and wish to join a dynamic learning and leadership environment please refer to the complete job descriptions, details of the School, and the application process available at: WAS QLD
Contact the Head of Boarding, Mr Bruce H Keys, for further details – email@example.com or 0477 332 633
Professional Challenge in Paradise
Boarding Program Support Staff
Free accommodation and food offered for 12 hours work in boarding at Kormilda College, Darwin, NT.
Our co ed boarding program is seeking interest from young people interested in 6 – 12 months accommodation in beautiful Darwin in exchange for working 2 short shifts per week. Other paid boarding work may be offered.
Must have an interest in youth work, health or teaching and be able to demonstrate a positive team attitude.
Applicants require a full driving licence, police clearance and the ability to get an Ochre card.
Applicants should forward resume and cover letter to:
Kambala is seeking an enthusiastic and caring person who has the ability to provide administrative and supervisory assistance to our boarding house. The candidate will work closely with the Head of Boarding and the Dean of Wellbeing in providing pastoral support to the girls within the Boarding House. The candidate will have strong communication skills and a demonstrated understanding of the needs of adolescent girls.
This position is full-time, but a part-time role may be considered. Accommodation within the Boarding House is provided if required. The position is primarily evening and weekend work. The candidate would be required to work part of every alternate weekend.
All candidates should have a current Senior First Aid Certificate, a WWCC and an Australian Driver’s licence.
Boarding Supervisors are required:
• To support the aims and guiding principles of the School and Boarding House. A staff Handbook will be provided and Duty of Care Certification available for completion.
• To know the School’s legal obligations in relation to Duty of Care, Child Protection, Code of Conduct and Work Health and Safety regulations and to support the policies and practices that are in place.
• To report to the Head of Boarding or Dean of Wellbeing with regard to the welfare, supervision, safety and health of the boarders.
• To maintain and nurture practices within the Boarding House by taking initiatives to create and seize opportunities to get to know the boarders as individuals.
• To nurture the boarders’ emotional well-being by intervening to support, listen and report any concerns to the Head of Boarding. To maintain firm and caring control through consistent and fair practices of discipline that are conducive to a home-like environment and are also in keeping with the ethos of the School.
• To work positively and constructively with other staff members in order to be part of an effective team. Resident supervisors operate within a roster that requires them to be on duty for 42 hours per week (full-time), including part of every alternate weekend, be on overnight supervision one night per week and to be available for relief/cover work per term (paid).
• To maintain a sound study environment for boarders and assist in encouraging boarders to maximise their learning potential.
• To be reliable and punctual in reporting for duty at the designated times.
• To present yourself as a good role model in terms of dress sense and grooming, hygiene and language.
• To be positive to the concept of professional development and appraisal as a means of striving for best practice.