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Snowy Mountains Grammar School
Snowy Mountains Grammar School is seeking a committed, dynamic, caring and enthusiastic boarding staff member who is passionate and experienced in working with young men and women in a residential environment. The school attracts students from across NSW and Victoria and has a weekend program that incorporates the Snowy Mountains in both summer and winter. Activities include mountain biking and snowsports.
Full Time Permanent Position – Commence 24 January 2018
A Boarding House Supervisor is an integral member of the boarding team and works closely with the students, families and staff of the school to provide an outstanding educational and living experience for students as boarders of the school. A Boarding Supervisor is responsible for working individually and with groups of students and is responsible directly to the Head of Boarding. The successful applicant has the opportunity to work across both girls’ and boys’ boarding. A full role description can be found on the employment tab of the school’s website.
Salary range is dependent on experience and qualifications and is in accordance with the 2017 Independence Schools NSW SAO MEA and onsite accommodation may be available if required. Applicants should include a curriculum vitae, containing the contact details of three referees (one of whom should be the person’s most recent employer) and a statement outlining the applicant’s experience and philosophy of working in boarding.
Applications close at 5:00pm Friday 8 December 2017. It is envisaged that the successful applicant will be available to commence in Term 1, 2018.
All applicants must be supportive to the ethos of coeducational independent schools and provide a current Working with Children Check clearance. For more information, please contact the Head of Boarding, Mrs. Julie Wright, on (02) 6457 1022 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications, should be submitted via the employment page of the school’s website – smgs.nsw.edu.au
Child protection legislation requires preferred applicants to be subject to employment screening.
TAS Residential Boarding Staff
TAS is the only regionally based, co-educational, GPS school in NSW and prides itself on the high quality of its academic, boarding and co-curricular programs.
We are seeking Residential Boarding Staff able to work 17 hours per week on supervisory duty. All meals and single accommodation are provided in lieu of payment.
Duties may include morning wake up and supervision before school, afternoon and evening and some weekend duties.
Applications close on Friday 8 December, 2017.
Applications should be supportive of the Christian ethos of the school.
St Francis De Sales Regional College, Leeton
Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for the following position:
Position Title: Boarding Supervisor (Boys Dormitory)
Reports to: Principal via the Boarding Co-ordinator
Location: Boarding School
Term: Permanent Part Time, 35 hours per week (sleepover required)
Context and Mission Statement
St Francis De Sales Regional College Leeton is a Co-educational Catholic School Office School. All staff support the Catholic ethos of the school in their relationships with staff, students and parents and in the manner in which they undertake their roles.
The Boarding Supervisor must exercise professional leadership, to support the Boarding House Community efficiently & effectively.
The successful candidate will be required to undergo a pre-employment functional assessment and complete Working with Children and Criminal History Checks.
The Employer reserves the right to vary this position description in response to its changing needs.
Applications to be received by close of business, 8th December 2017.
Further information can be obtained by contacting;
(02) 6953 3622.
All applications should be marked ‘Confidential’ and sent to:
The Business Manager
St Francis De Sales Regional College
102 Yanco Avenue
Leeton NSW 2705
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Assistant House Supervisor - Boarding
Pymble Ladies' College is a school of the Uniting Church in Australia for girls Kindergarten to Year 12 with boarding from Year 7. The College is committed to creating a personalised learning environment for everyPymble girl that is universally acknowledged for its outstanding quality and exceptional opportunities. One of the key elements of our strategic plan Towards 2020: Striving for the highest is the development of a high performance and learning culture to enable the delivery of an excellent education.
The College is seeking a positive and supportive Assistant House Supervisor to join the College Boarding team on a permanent, part-time basis working 30 hours per week during term time including Friday and Saturday evenings every second to third weekend.
This role is responsible for providing support for the operational aspects of the Boarding House, ensuring that students are safe and supported in a strong and caring environment and will act as second in charge in the absence of the House Supervisor. The successful candidate must also be able to sleep over when on duty during the week and on the weekend duties.
You will have:
To learn more about this position, the calibre of person we are seeking to appoint and what makes Pymble an excellent place to work click 'APPLY' to go to the College website.
Applications close 3.00pm Friday 8 December 2017.
The successful candidate must have a Working with Children Check clearance. Pymble Ladies' College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Position: Boarding Supervisor
Reports to: Head of Boarding
Department: Tiddeman Boarding House
Please note this position involves shift work, including weekends and some overnight stays on a rotating roster. Accommodation provided for overnight stays.
The primary purpose of this role is to share accountability for the welfare of approximately 110 students from Years 7 – 12 in the MLC Boarding House. This role is responsible for supporting students and parents/guardians throughout the College.
At MLC, we are committed to providing a challenging, enriching and supportive learning environment, which develops confident and articulate young women who have the skills, knowledge, values and attitudes needed to shape their future and contribute meaningfully to the international community.
Position in Context
Methodist Ladies' College is one of Australia’s most respected and innovative schools, with over 2,000 students from our Early Learning Centre (MLC Kindle) to Year 12, including international students and boarders. MLC is a technology rich environment, teaching staff and students from Prep have their own iPads/notebook computers.
Tiddeman House is one of Australia’s most respected and innovative Boarding Houses. Our underlying philosophy is to empower boarders to take charge of their own learning, resulting in confident young women who create their own future. There are approximately 110 boarders from country and regional Australia and overseas. The Boarding House is situated onsite in a heritage building.
Major Duties and Responsibilities
To ensure the provision of high level quality care, supervision and pastoral support to the Boarders. To be aware of, and actively support, the routine and protocols of the Boarding House as outlined by the Head of Boarding.
Understand and enforce all College & Boarding House policies and procedures in the area of the Boarders’ wellbeing and learning:
Supervision of Boarders:
Ensure the Boarding House is an environment where each Boarders’ self-esteem and sense of worth are enhanced and where values of responsibility, respect and compassion are fostered. Care for and supervise Boarders with compassion, consistency and fairness.
Administration and Communication:
Maintaining accurate records of day to day correspondence and events relating to the Boarding House and Boarders.
Whilst initiative and resourcefulness are integral to this position, routine is vital. Decisions are to be made in strict accordance with the policies of the Boarding House and College. The Head of Boarding is available for advice when needed.
Essential Criteria (competencies, qualifications, knowledge and experience):
Desirable Criteria (competencies, qualifications, knowledge and experience)
Appointment to this position is for a three year fixed term position until December 2020
MLC performs thorough assessments of potential and existing employees. The assessments will be used to ascertain whether the potential or existing employee is a fit and proper person to be trusted to work in a school environment and in the position applied for or held. The screening process includes, but is not limited to, Criminal Records Checks and Working with Children Checks.
MLC’s commitment to child safety
MLC is committed to the safety, participation and empowerment of all children. All members of our community, including employees, contractors, agency staff and volunteers, have an important role in providing students with a safe and nurturing environment in which to prosper and thrive. MLC has zero tolerance of child abuse, and all allegations and safety concerns will be treated very seriously and consistently within our policies and procedures.
MLC is committed to preventing child abuse through identifying risks early, and removing and reducing these risks. We have robust human resources and recruitment practices, supported by regular training and development.
We support and respect all children, as well as all members of our community. We are committed to the cultural safety of Aboriginal students, the cultural safety of children from a culturally and/or linguistically diverse background, and to providing a safe environment for children with a disability.
This position description is the property of Methodist Ladies' College and is intended for candidates' and employees’ use only. It cannot be reproduced without College permission.
To apply please visit https://www.mlc.vic.edu.au/Form-Pages/Career-Opportunities
We are seeking a vibrant and highly organised person to supervise students in one of the School's four boarding houses. This position would suit an individual with a background in teaching or adolescent health.
This is a full-time role commencing start of Term 1, 2018.
Some of the duties and responsibilities of this role include:
What do you need to succeed?
Successful applicants will enjoy:
Further information about this position is available at www.ascham.nsw.edu.au
To apply: email a cover letter, your CV and the names and contact details of three referees to firstname.lastname@example.org by COB Monday, 11 December 2017.
Before applying for this role you must have the right to work in Australia and a Working With Children clearance
Male 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: 11 December 2017
Assistant Director of Boarding
An exciting opportunity exists to join the team at St Patrick's College Townsville in 2018 - an Independent Catholic Girls Secondary College (day and boarding) situated on The Strand Beachfront.
The Assistant Director of Boarding position is a Full Time position commencing 2018.
If you are an exceptionally well qualified person who is ambitious to make a difference, then we would like to hear from you. Applicants must contribute to the development of the College as a Catholic educational community in the Mercy tradition. The position description is available online.
APPLICATIONS CLOSE: Monday 11 December 2017
Applications should be forwarded to:
St Patrick's College Townsville
PO Box 721
Townsville QLD 4810
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Boarding Resident Assistants
Residential role for females
Starting Term 1 2018
Abbotsleigh is an independent Anglican Girls' School at Wahroonga with a proud reputation for empowering young women with education since 1885. Approximately 900 girls are enrolled in the Senior School (Years 7 - 12), of which almost 180 are boarders. We are seeking enthusiastic, dedicated and friendly females as Resident Assistants for our Boarding School to ensure the ongoing provision of a warm, caring and safe environment for our boarders.
This is a live-in position. The typical shift arrangement is 16 hours per week of a flexible roster involving some weekend supervision and activities, and / or prep, dinner and recreational supervision on weeknights. The Resident Assistant receives a room (bathroom shared with the other resident in the house) and all meals, internet access, a phone and use of the School's facilities on the Senior School campus. Residents typically work rosters of 16 hours of work per week in term time (12 hours per week in return for board plus 4 hours per week at $33.71 per hour). There is often the opportunity to earn extra money for relief work (such as administrative support elsewhere in the day school, exam time supervision etc) at the full applicable casual rate.
Resident Assistants supervise the girls in each boarding house on a rostered basis for weeknight prep supervision and also when the Boarding Coordinator is off duty, usually around weekends. Residents may live on campus for the duration of the time they are employed at the School and do not need to leave during school holidays. The School's sporting facilities such as tennis courts, aquatic centre and fitness room (gym) are available for use by the resident staff. Other staff benefits include free broadband access to your own personal laptop or tablet and full borrowing rights at our technology-rich Library (Abbotsleigh Research Centre).
The successful applicants will be self-motivated and friendly, with compassion for adolescents and an awareness of the responsibility attached to the duty of care of the boarders. A senior first aid certificate (HLTAID003 or HLTAID004) and Working With Children check clearance are both prerequisite certifications for this role.
The role may suit postgraduate or part-time university students (particularly appealing to those studying Education) seeking a safe and supportive residential base in Sydney, close to rail and Macquarie University.
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Please include cover letter, detailed CV, copies of qualifications, WWC Clearance, First Aid Certivifate and references to email@example.com
For more information please visit www.abbotsleigh.nsw.edu.au/employment
Cranbrook School is an Anglican independent day and boarding school for boys, Pre-school to Year 12 located in Sydney's Eastern Suburbs.
At Cranbrook our vision is to be a world class school which encourages and enables all of our students to explore, enjoy and fulfil their potential. We lead our students to discover and make the most of their talents, to thrive in, and love the pursuit of, excellence. As a school we energise the educational environment by offering a rich and distinctive schooling both within and beyond the curriculum and give powerful pastoral support. Cranbrook builds resilience and confidence so that each student can face the challenges of the twenty-first century with personal confidence, intellectual versatility, academic hunger and optimism.
About the Role
The Junior School Nurse is responsible for the health care of the students of Cranbrook Junior School, staff and visitors and for specified administrative tasks related to the care and well-being of students on the Junior School campus.
The role is Part-time 3 days per week (Wednesdays to Fridays total of 24 hours per week)
Nursing & Health
Skills, Knowledge & Experience
Working with Children Check is required
Please forward your Resume and cover letter outlining your experience.
Loreto Normanhurst is a leading Catholic, independent day and boarding school for girls in Years 5-12.
We are currently seeking a part time, term time Residential Assistant to work in the Boarding School on a contract basis.
The position is responsible to assist in the Dormitories, supervision of boarders and other duties in the boarding school as directed by the Director of Boarding.
The role is a live-in position and involves shift work during week days and weekends. You will be accommodated in a share home with meals included during term time, a minimal payment for rent will be required.
There is also an opportunity to earn extra money for relief work (such as other boarding shifts, administrative support, sport, exam supervision etc.)
A current CPR and First Aid certificate is essential and a preparedness to obtain a Duty of Care Certificate. A warm and welcoming manner and genuine interest and willingness to work with teenagers is essential.
Please visit our website www.loretonh.nsw.edu.au for more information about this position and details of the application process. All applicants must complete an Application Form and sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
More Information about this role can be found on the school's website http://www.loretonh.nsw.edu.au.
Closing Date: Friday 15 December 2017
All staff are expected to actively support the Catholic, and specifically Loreto, ethos of the school. The successful applicant will be required to obtain and maintain a valid Working with Children Check from the Office of the Children's Guardian.
2018 OPPORTUNITY IN VICTORIA
HEAD OF BOARDING
Worawa Aboriginal College provides secondary education for young Aboriginal women from Aboriginal communities in urban, regional and remote locations across Australia. Located in a beautiful rural environment in the Yarra Valley, Worawa offers an educational model that is holistic, integrating academic achievement with cultural and general wellbeing. The College is based on the philosophy of ‘Walking Together’ bringing together the knowledge and wisdom of Aboriginal Elders and Western education aimed at bringing each student to their full potential.
We are looking for a Head of Boarding who can provide leadership for the Boarding House and a safe, supportive and respectful residential environment that actively supports the physical, social, emotional and cultural needs of all students.
This is a Full-Time residential position with an attractive package that fully provides accommodation.
The successful applicant must have:
Worawa Aboriginal College is committed to promoting and protecting the interests and safety of children. We have zero tolerance for child abuse.
If this is an opportunity you would like to apply for, please forward your
application to the Human Resources Manager to:
Residential Supervisor - College Residential Facility
Beaconhills is proudly a co-educational Christian College with an open-entry enrolment policy. Our College provides outstanding educational opportunities to a large number of families in the outer south-eastern suburbs of Melbourne. We have two large campuses, both providing education from Prep to Year 12, with our Little Beacons Learning Centre at our Pakenham Campus.
Our wonderful students and professional staff make Beaconhills a great place to work. In the ever-changing and complex 21st century world, a comprehensive and holistic education provides the platform for a successful life. At Beaconhills we aim to provide a large range of educational opportunities for our students so they can grow and develop in a supportive, yet challenging environment.
Beaconhills is proudly a co-educational Christian College with an open-entry enrolment policy. Our College provides outstanding educational opportunities to a large number of families in the south-eastern suburbs of Melbourne. We have two large campuses, both providing education from Preparatory to Year 12, with our Little Beacons Learning Centre at our Pakenham Campus.
You will be supporting students from a variety of backgrounds with daily living and wellbeing care and will require strong interpersonal skills, initiative and well developed organisation skills. Empathy with students in residence and the ability to relate well to adolescents is critical.
This position commences in January 2018 and is part-time (32.5 hours per week). The usual hours of employment will be 3.00pm – 10.00pm Monday to Friday with the requirement to stay overnight (in private accommodation) and be available to respond to any incidents or issues that arise through the night. The initial appointment is for Term 1, 2018 only with the possibility of further work after this time.
Ensure purchase orders are raised and processed correctly, reviewing items, budgets and Residence Leader
The incumbent must hold or be in the process of obtaining:
The successful candidate must hold or be in the process of obtaining:
Please refer to the full position statement on our website at www.beaconhills.vic.edu.au/employment for a detailed outline of the role and instructions on how to apply.
Our wonderful students and professional staff make Beaconhills a great place to work. We offer our staff wonderful opportunities to let their light shine; to grow and develop their careers while working in bright, modern surroundings with amazing facilities. We offer extensive professional development, individual mentoring and a range of other employment benefits.
Applications should include:
Applications for this position close at 5pm Tuesday 19th December.
Enquiries and applications should be directed to the Human Resources Department.
T: 03 5945 0260
About the business and the role
AFL Cape York Limited provides educational and training opportunities for Indigenous Youth from the Far North Queensland communities of Torres Strait, Cape York Peninsula and Gulf Savannah ("remote communities"). AFL Cape York House is a safe, secure and inclusive boarding facility for male Indigenous secondary students from remote communities, whilst attending secondary school in Cairns.
AFL Cape York House has established partnerships with several secondary schools in Cairns. Whilst students attend one of our partner schools, they are supported in their educational and pastoral care needs. Our student cohort are mentored and supported in education and life skills with the view to accessing higher education, employment and training opportunities post secondary education.
AFL Cape York have an exciting full-time Residential Supervisor position available for people wanting to pursue a career in the Boarding industry.
Reporting to the Boarding Manager, the primary purpose of this role will be to provide supervision and provision of a safe, secure and fun living away from home environment for students boarding at AFL Cape York House.
For more information about AFL Cape York please visit – http://www.aflcy.com.au/
Job tasks and responsibilities
Skills and experience
Skills & Knowledge
Experience & Qualifications
Skills & Knowledge
Experience & Qualifications
Job benefits and perks
The successful candidate will receive the award and entitlements as set out in the National Employment Standards.
Applications for this position will close, Wednesday 20th December 2017, 5:00pm and must include:
For more information on this position or any other opportunities at AFL Cape York, please contact:
T: (07) 4054 5199
Boarding House Supervisors
About the business and the role
St Stanislaus College Bathurst is a Catholic Day and Boarding School for Boys, Years 7 to 12.
The Boarding House Supervisor is responsible for the supervision of boarders and ensuring compliance with all Boarding House routines and regulations as set by the College. The Boarding House Supervisor will work to ensure that the students in the care of the College adhere to all College expectations and regulations in terms of personal conduct, academic endeavour and social interaction.
Job tasks and responsibilities
Please see the position description at stannies.com for specific job tasks and responsibilities.
Boarding House Supervisors are to:
Please note that preference will be given to applicants who are able and willing to reside onsite in College accommodation.
Further information can be obtained from stannies.com
Applications close 5pm, Wednesday 20 December 2017.
Appointment is subject to a current Working With Children Check approval.
Applications can be emailed to email@example.com or mailed to:
Head of College, PO Box 97, BATHURST, NSW, 2795
About the business and the role
Westminster is a leading coeducational, Early Learning to Year 12, day and boarding Uniting Church School. We aspire to be the best school for an exceptional all round education, developing individuals of great character who enhance and inspire the world. To make this happen, we share a real sense of purpose, service and a commitment to learning and improving. Our outlook is global and we build authentic relationships to foster a strong community. We want Westminster to have a world class reputation, providing every opportunity for our students to succeed.
Job tasks and responsibilities
The Health Centre comprises of a small team of nurses who will manage and coordinate the School's health services program and will provide primary nursing and health care for students and staff, which will include first aid, emergency treatment and ongoing holistic health care for the School community. The School Nurse will work closely with the School Psychologist and other Wellbeing staff in the provision of holistic health care that reflects the mental, emotional and physical needs of the student.
Key responsibilities include, but not limited to:
Applications are sought from Registered Nurses, who ideally have previous experience as a School Nurse, Accident and Emergency and/or Paediatric Nurse.
The position descriptions are available on our website www.westminster.school under Employment
To apply, please submit your Resume and a cover letter in pdf or word format addressing the key selection criteria and address to Ms Tania Sargent, Director of Corporate Services.
Applications close 22 December 2017. Applicants will be contacted in the week commencing 8th January
Girls Boarding Supervisor (.9 load) Start January 2018
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples are encouraged to apply
Be part of the team to create a home environment for 11 Indigenous boys and 11 Indigenous girls from remote and regional communities. These students board and study at MITS for the first year of their secondary education, in preparation for entry into Year 8 at their destination Melbourne secondary school.
The fostering of a safe and inclusive community with a strong culture which is based on the school values of respect, kindness courage and care is a core part of the role
You have previous experience in a residential or boarding school environment, preferably including both male and female students and want a role where you can make a significant contribution to furthering the development of Indigenous students. To meet the cultural requirements of this position you can demonstrate a sound knowledge of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and lifestyles. Naturally you will have the ability to establish appropriate relationships with young people, show consistency and fairness. An understanding and appreciation of the needs and interests of Indigenous students living away from home is vital.
Student Welfare: You will supervise students, ensuring they are dressed and ready for school, participate in outings on weekend and contribute to a range of regular program of night and weekend activities to enrich their personal, social and cultural development. A background in student residential care is essential; experience in an Indigenous environment is highly regarded.
Importantly, you will be available to lend a sympathetic ear to children with problems and be sensitive to their concerns so experience with, and an understanding of the unique needs of Indigenous children living away from home is mandatory.
Living Environment: As part of this role you will contribute to domestic duties, encourage students to keep the Boarding House tidy and supervise thier laundry to ensure our residents have clean uniforms, sporting clothes, etc.
This role is an excellent opportunity to work with a committed and dedicated group of people in an environment which is meaningful and challenging. This role will also offer you the potential for personal development through the growth and development of the organisation. This is an innovative and exciting project that will make a real impact on the lives of Indigenous students and communities. .
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples are encouraged to apply
A full Position Description is available at www.MITS.vic.edu.au/Careers. For consideration, please APPLY Now and attach your current CV and a covering letter. No Deadline – please apply as soon as possible for immediate consideration.
Melbourne Indigenous Transition School
16 The Vaucluse Richmond VIC 3121
Please contact me by return email or call Hilary Dixon on 0407 096 607.
Indigenous Student Support Officer
About Kinross Wolaroi School
Kinross Wolaroi School is a co-educational Independent School of the Uniting Church. The School has a strong history of excellent academic results along with a diverse co-curricular program. Kinross Wolaroi School is a non-selective school with over 1100 students (including 330 boarders in Years 7 to 12), located in the NSW central tablelands in the city of Orange. The School has a proud tradition of educating young people in an environment where ideals are based solidly on friendship, spirituality, the security of family values, hard work and the pursuit of excellence to the very best of one's ability. The School offers the unique opportunity for co-educational learning with separate boarding sites for boys and girls. Students are provided with a holistic education with a varied curriculum to meet the diverse needs of our students.
The School has two main campuses. The main campus, called Wolaroi, is a picturesque campus of 20 hectares and accommodates the main teaching facilities as well as the boarding facilities for boys boarding. A second campus, called PLC, is located approximately five kilometres west of the main campus (on the opposite side of the city of Orange) and houses the girls' boarding facilities, a number of staff residences, a recreation and examination centre, an outdoor swimming pool and playing fields.
All classroom activities (the normal school day activities) for all students enrolled in the Early Childhood Centre and in classes from Kindergarten to Year 12 occur on the Wolaroi Campus. The main campus also includes a performance theatre, an auditorium, a sports complex including gymnasium and indoor swimming facilities, a medical centre as well as five playing fields.
For more information on the organisation, please visit www.kws.nsw.edu.au. Among other information, on the home page can be found a helpful 'pictorial tour' and also a video, 'Every story has a beginning', which provides a good insight into the School. There are also a number of videos showcasing the School at this link https://vimeo.com/kinrosswolaroischool
About the Position
The Indigenous student support officer (ISSO) assists the Student Academic Services (SAS) Department to identify, resource and implement appropriate academic and co-curricular adjustments and classroom strategies to meet the learning needs of Indigenous students. The primary goal of the ISSO is to ensure that Indigenous students are academically engaged and have the opportunity to enjoy all aspects of schooling life.
The ISSO is responsible for day-to-day administrative tasks within the Department. The ISSO will work collaboratively with teachers, SAS team, Boarding staff as well as Indigenous families to ensure that the learning, cultural and socio-emotional needs of Indigenous students are catered for adequately and appropriately.
The ISSO meets with individual students to develop and monitor Personalised Learning Plans and to assist students with targeted literacy and numeracy programs. The ISSO is also encouraged to meet with the Indigenous local community to promote Indigenous culture and heritage within the school.
The ISSO is responsible to the Head of Student Academic Services.
For further information on the position please visit http://www.kws.nsw.edu.au/careerskws
The Rockhampton Grammar School (Secondary)
Middle School Boys' Boarding Head of Year
Full--time permanent position, commencing 2018
Expressions of interest specifying teaching subject areas are welcome from suitably qualified and experienced professional educators who are seeking to:
Please email The Rockhampton Grammar School Director of Boarding Stewart Norford firstname.lastname@example.org, who will reply with a detailed position description.
BOARDING HOUSE SUPERVISOR
Downlands College is seeking a suitably qualified person for the role of Boarding House Supervisor for Girls Boarding Years 5 - 12.
The Boarding House Supervisor’s role is to provide quality pastoral care and support as well as appropriate supervision in the general routine of boarding students. As members of the Boarding staff team, the Boarding House Supervisors play an important role in creating a positive, supportive and open culture which encourages full participation in the academic and extra-curricular programs within the College and the Boarding community. This role has a strong pastoral care focus as the successful candidate will be responsible for supporting the boarders with their day to day needs whilst they are residing away from home. You will also play an important role with supporting the academic needs of the boarders to encourage their success with their studies. The successful candidate will be someone who enjoys the buzz of a boarding house.
This is a full time position. Hours will be allocated on a roster system across 7 days of the week. Majority of shifts are of an evening and weekends.
Qualifications or experience in boarding care or working with youth is important. You will be someone who can balance your caring and supportive nature with the need for consistency and structure, employing all rules and procedures with the Boarders.
The successful applicant would be required to commence late January 2018.
A suitability card from the Commission of Children and Young People Act 2000 is a pre-requisite to being appointed to this position.
Downlands is a Catholic, independent, coeducational day and boarding secondary school in the tradition of the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart (MSC). Applicants will need to demonstrate an ability to understand and embrace the MSC ethos of the College.
Applications including CV and the names and contact details of three professional referees should be emailed by 8 January 2018 to: email@example.com
Downlands College is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Boarding House - Night Supervisor
Stuartholme is a Catholic, Independent Girls' School catering for Secondary Day and Boarding students. It is committed to the education of young women in the philosophy and tradition of the Society of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Stuartholme is a member of the Sacred Heart International Network with more than 140 Schools in over 40 countries, educating within the philosophical framework of the Goals of Sacred Heart Education.
The Night Supervisor is responsible for the active supervision of all Boarders during the shift, including those in the Health and Wellness Centre and in accordance with the "Sacred Heart Model of Boarding".
This role will commence in January 2018 and is a 'stay-awake' position. The shift times are as follows:-
Boarding positions and may include some public holidays occurring during term time when students are in residence.
All Boarding positions are responsible to the Principal through the Dean of Boarding.
As Stuartholme School operates a girls-only boarding facility, only female applicants are invited to apply.
All staff are expected to support the ethos of the School as expressed in the Goals of Sacred Heart Education.
Applicants are required to hold a Positive Notice Blue Card for Child Related Employment. If you do not currently hold a Positive Notice Blue Card you need to be eligible to apply.
A full Role Description is available on the Stuartholme website at www.stuartholme.com.
The Application Process
Applications including a covering letter, full CV and contact details of three referees should be emailed no later than 4pm on Monday 8 January 2018. Interviews will be conducted on Friday 12 January 2018. Emails should be addressed to The Principal and forwarded to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Head of Boarding
Fulltime from Term 2 (May) 2018
Abbotsleigh is an independent Anglican School for girls in the diocese of Sydney Abbotsleigh encourages each girl to develop her potential in a caring, Christian environment by fostering her pursuit of personal and academic excellence.
The Head of Boarding is an executive role which encompasses a wide range of responsibilities. Working closely with Boarding Co-ordinators, the Head of Boarding is a practising Christian who is responsible for overseeing the smooth running of the boarding houses to ensure the well-being of all boarding students and staff. The Head of Boarding possesses superior communication and collaboration skills and fosters a sense of community and connectedness.
The Head of Boarding is:
The Head of Boarding is available to the girls, parents and staff throughout the school term and is required to attend school functions.
Please email applications to email@example.com by 4pm Friday 16 February 2018
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For more information about Abbotsleigh and for additional application requirements please view our website www.abbotsleigh.nsw.edu.au/employment