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Out of School Hours Care (OSHC) Assistant
Multiple casual positions available, commencing as soon as possible.
Melbourne Grammar School is one of Australia's leading boarding and day schools, offering exceptional education to all of its students.
Melbourne Grammar School has an excellent and well-established Out of School Hours Care (OSHC) programme at Grimwade House, catering for children from Prep to Year 6. The School provides before and after school care, as well as holiday programmes. Attendance averages around 60 children per day, however this may vary from day-to-day.
We are seeking an Out of School Hours Care (OSHC) Assistant to work within specially designed OSHC rooms, to provide rewarding and engaging programs to supervise and encourage children to have fun, and build upon their knowledge within a safe environment.
The OSHC Assistant must hold or be enrolled in an approved qualification, recognised by Australian Childrens Education and Care Quality Authority (ACECQA). They will also hold or be willing to obtain the following:
If you are interested in applying for one of this position and possess energy, enthusiasm and a commitment to being part of a supportive team environment, please submit your cover letter, curriculum vitae and the names of three referees via the MGS Careers Page.
Candidates are asked to address their cover letter to Ms Helen Voogt-Dillon, Director of Human Resources.
Applications close Monday 24 July 2017.
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Boarding has been at the heart of Christ's College for over 160 years. It is fundamental to what we do. The boarding houses are physically at the centre of the campus, just as the boarders are in all aspects of College life. As a result of some internal changes we are looking to appoint two Boarding Housemasters to begin either in a transitional role in Term 4 2017 or at the beginning of 2018.
Christ’s College’s mission is Each boy at his best. The role of a Boarding Housemaster in this aspiration is pivotal to the school’s pastoral care programme. A Boarding Housemaster is a key member of our residential community and the pastoral care team, overseeing the everyday life of the House and responsible for all aspects of House culture, tone and experience for students, parents and staff.
The ideal candidate should be a proven teacher of quality, have clear leadership ability, excellent communication skills, a “can do” attitude and a professional approach in all that they do. They will be able to relate to many different people, and have empathy and sensitivity to all. As is the case with all staff, they must be prepared to contribute to co-curricular activities of the school and support the weekend Boarding Programme. This is a live-in position. At College, the Boarding Housemaster is head of the House family creating a positive and supportive “home away from home” for the boys.
College offers excellent working conditions in a pleasant environment.
Remuneration includes rent-free accommodation, power subsidy, mobile phone and landline, a Boarding Housemaster allowance, along with above state education sector wages and KiwiSaver contributions. Staff can join a free medical insurance scheme after a qualifying period and can also benefit from a generous education subsidy.
A full position description is available at christscollege.com/aboutcollege/employmentopportunities
Please apply with covering letter, CV, current teacher registration and practicing certificate to firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications close 5pm, Friday 28 July 2017.
TORRES STRAIT KAZIW META INC.
Houseparent required for girls accommodation at Kaziw Meta College (student boarding accommodation), on Thursday Island to commence work for the start of Term 2 2017
Personal attributes will include:
Commitment to caring for Torres Strait Islander youth in family home group settings, in a “home away from home” environment.
Patience and energy, along with positive work ethics in a team environment is required.
Desirable: Experience working with Indigenous Youth in a Boarding environment; Cert IV in Community Services Work, the ability to gain a positive notice for Working with Children & Young People & Child Guardian (Blue Card) and the ability to gain a Light Rigid (LR) Bus licence will be to your advantage.
This is a full-time, live on site position.
Accommodation & benefits package are included for the successful applicant.
For further information contact the Head of Boarding on 07- 4069 1284 or email expressions of interest and resume/s (including 2 referees) to: email@example.com by close of business 30th July 2017.
(Permanent Part Time, Mon – Thurs and Sun 26 hours per week)
Wenona values professional services staff who demonstrate a positive and proactive approach to their work and have a willingness to participate fully in the life of the School. We look for enthusiastic, dedicated and capable staff who demonstrate initiative, good humour, and professional behaviour and support the values and aims of the School as a global learning community.
This position reports to the Head of Boarding and will commence July 2017.
Overview of the Boarding Assistant’s role
This position has primary responsibility for ensuring that the day to day operations and strategic goals of the Boarding School are being met.
All Boarding staff at Wenona are an integral part of the Boarding house. They play a significant role in ensuring that the boarders are safe, cared for, motivated, enthused and valued. We also aim to develop a position of trust between Boarding staff and the boarder. It is our mission to support the aims of the School and fully encourage every boarder to reach her potential.
Staff are expected to exhibit professionalism in their dealings with boarders, parents and other Boarding staff and strive to achieve the highest standards in carrying out their duties following the boarding procedures. We are a unified team, treating communication as a priority, and value our boarding families and their involvement in the lives of their daughters whilst they are boarders with us at Wenona. Boarding staff are all role models for the girls and thus it is essential that they exhibit positive standards in every respect of their role when on duty.
Our Boarding staff 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, you will 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 School and the Boarding community these roles have a strong pastoral care focus. You will also play an important role with supporting the academic needs of the boarders to encourage success with their studies.
The priority for the Boarding Assistant at all times is that they act to ensure that the Boarding house students are safe and nurtured in all that they undertake. The role includes helping the girls adhere to set guidelines with regard to daily schedules, school attendance, meals, prep supervision and all leave arrangements over the course of the weekend.
The Boarding Assistant will have the capability to do many things at once and can change plans often and easily, as well as being able to concentrate on multiple events happening in and around their workspace. There will be constant interruption from students, colleagues, visitors and telephone calls and the Boarding Assistant will need to have the ability to work well in this type of environment.
The position also presents an important impression of the School and the values that it represents. Professionalism, confidence, presentation and a calm, positive attitude under pressure must be maintained as well as the ability to maintain high levels of discretion and confidentiality in all circumstances.
The position also contributes to the maintenance of a positive internal culture where service, integrity, kindness and humour are valued.
Indications that this job is being done successfully would include:
Education and Experience
Wenona is an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion, sexual orientation or age.
General conditions of the role
Independent Schools NSW (Support and Operational Staff) Multi Enterprise Agreement 2017
Hours of work
Special Condition of the role
Applicants should send full curriculum vitae, a cover letter addressing the selection criteria, copies of qualifications and names of two referees to Wenona Principal Dr Briony Scott, Wenona School, 176 Walker Street, North Sydney 2060. Email all applications to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The successful applicant for this position will be required to provide the School with a current Working With Children Check number (http://www.kids.nsw.gov.au/Working-with-children/New-Working-With-Children-Check/New-Working-with-Children-Check). Please direct any questions or enquiries to Wenona HR Coordinator, Samantha Drabble on (02) 9409 4416.
Boarding House Supervisor
St Hilda's School is one of Australia's leading P-12 Anglican Day and Boarding Schools for girls, located on the Gold Coast. With an enviable reputation of excellence in girls' education and world class facilities, the School has a long history of outstanding academic achievement, based on strong Anglican Christian values. It is committed to excellence in the education of girls and to maintaining a safe and supportive environment for children and young people.
Applications for the following permanent Boarding House Supervisor position to commence as soon as possible are sought:
Part time/Term Time
Monday - Thursday
6:30-8:30am and 3:15 – 8:30pm
2:15/3:15 – 10:00pm (alternate Fridays)
Overnight Sleepover – Friday night
Those wishing to work either the morning or night shifts will be considered.
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. Experience in residential care would be an advantage, but is not essential.
The successful applicant will have experience in working with adolescent girls in a residential environment, relate well to children and hold, or be eligible to apply for, a Suitability Card. She must be willing to have her name submitted to the Anglican Church's Professional Standards Register.
Online Application Forms, a Position Description 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 55777246).
Applications should be submitted as soon as possible.
The Head of School
St Hilda's School
PO Box 290
Southport Qld 4215
Further details and information can be found on the St Hilda's School
Assistant Director of Boarding
John Paul College is Queensland's largest independent Early Learning to Year 12 co-educational school with a collective enrollment of approximately 2,000 students. Our motto is Unity, Christ, Learning.
The College campus is located in Daisy Hill, south-east of Brisbane and north of the Gold Coast. We have a rich Christian ecumenical community with a national and international reputation for offering a leading-edge technology programme and excellent and extensive cultural and sporting programmes.
We offer the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme and the Primary Years Programme (PYP) in the Primary School.
John Paul College provides a progressive and stimulating educational environment for both students and staff. Technology is an integral part of teaching and learning, and, as such, our dedicated and highly professional teaching staff are widely regarded as leaders in their field.
John Paul College is seeking to appoint an Assistant Director of Boarding commencing January 2018. This position is a significant middle management role within the college leadership structure, and is an opportunity to develop considerable experience in a vibrant and important part of our College.
The Assistant Director of Boarding is an integral position in the operation of the Boarding Village. They have responsibility for assisting the Director of Boarding with the leadership, management and operations of the Boarding Village, and for converting the Colleges' strategic goals for Boarding into operational priorities and plans. A priority is to manage the physical, emotional, academic and spiritual development of the Boarders.
Ideally, the successful candidate would be a registered teacher with a proven history of working with adolescents in a residential setting.
Applicants must have an understanding of the ethos and expectations that accompany one of Australia's leading independent schools.
Experience and Skills Profile
Applicants must be prepared to model and maintain the Christian ecumenical ethos, values and beliefs of the College and demonstrate:
Successful applicants are also expected to contribute to the College's co-curricular programme. This position would also suit a recent graduate.
Please send an application cover letter and current resume which includes at least two recent supervisors as referees to the attention of Director of Boarding; Mr Sean Cox.
For further information about this exciting and rewarding position, contact the Director of Boarding on 0733263366 or email@example.com.
To view the position description please visit http://www.jpc.qld.edu.au/about-us/employment/.
This position will commence 1st January, 2018.
Applications close - Tuesday 1 August, 2017 at 5.00pm
Head of Wilson House (boarding)
Hale School is Western Australia's oldest independent boys school in Western Australia. Located in the suburb of Wembley Downs, the current campus is situated on a magnificent 48 hectare site, approximately 13 kilometres to the north-west of Perth and two kilometres from the coast.
Hale School is seeking applications from enthusiastic, experienced and well-qualified teachers for the full-time position of Head of Wilson House (boarding), commencing Term 1, 2018.
The successful applicant will:
Applicants are asked to:
Hale School is seeking applications from enthusiastic, experienced and well-qualified teachers for the full time position of Head of Wilson House (boarding), commencing Term 1, 2018. For further details regarding the role, and information on how to apply, please refer to the employment section of the Hale School website: www.hale.wa.edu.au
Applications close 5pm Wednesday 2 August, 2017.
Hale School, Hale Road, Wembley Downs,
Western Australia 6019
Telephone: 9347 9777 Facsimile: 9347 9799
Boarding House Supervisor (Residential)
A resident Supervisor is required to assist with the running of the Boarding House which is home to girls aged between 12 and 18 years. Accommodation (all year) and meals (term time only) will be provided. This is a two year contract position to commence Monday 9 October 2017. This position reports directly to the Head/Deputy Head of the Boarding House.
The successful applicant will work rostered hours (approximately 38 hours per week), Sunday to Thursday during term time only. The roster will be a mixture of morning and evening shifts with time off during the day.
We are looking for an energetic, responsible person with strong interpersonal skills. Experience in dealing with adolescents is desirable and a background in boarding and/or teaching would be an advantage.
Duties include supervision of students, transporting boarders to/from co-curricular activities and office duties.
A current full driver’s licence and a current ACT Working with Vulnerable People card are essential.
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 information on how to apply may be obtained from the School’s website www.cggs.act.edu.au. Queries regarding this position should be directed via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications should be addressed to The Principal and emailed to: email@example.com
Closing date for applications: 9.00am Monday 14 August 2017
Applicants must be able to demonstrate they have permission to work in Australia.