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Boarding House Supervisor, St Stanislaus College, closes - 21 May 2018

Boarding House Supervisor 

St Stanislaus College Bathurst is a day and boarding school for boys in Years 7 to 12. The College is seeking applicants for the role of Boarding House Supervisor on a full-time basis

Boarding House Supervisors are responsible for the supervision of boarders and ensuring compliance with all Boarding House routines and regulations as set by the College. Boarding House Supervisors 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. 

Boarding House Supervisors liaise with the Head of Boarding and House Parents on all matters associated with student care and will be aware of and respond to the pastoral needs of boarding students. 

Boarding House Supervisors accompany students to the dining room for meals, liaise with the Sick Bay regarding student medical needs, assist students with the maintenance and care of their possessions, escort and supervise students at social and recreational events and report to the Head of Boarding any maintenance issues which may arise in the dormitories. 

Boarding House Supervisors are required to complete on-call shifts during the school term which requires the Supervisor to stay at the College one to two nights per week. 

Preference will be given to applicants who are able to reside onsite at the College throughout the school year.  

Appointment is subject to a verified Working With Children Check. 

For further information and an application form, please visit stannies.com

Please submit your resume and covering letter to hocpa@stannies.com 

Applications close: 9am Monday 21 May 2018 

NB: the College is also seeking applicants for casual appointments. When submitting an application, please note if you are seeking full-time or casual appointment. 

Boarding House Supervisor, Wilderness School, closes - 21 May 2018

BOARDING HOUSE SUPERVISOR 

WILDERNESS
SCHOOL

ALWAYS TRUE
BOARDING HOUSE SUPERVISOR
PERMANENT PART TIME - APPROX. 35 HOURS PER WEEK / SCHOOL TERMS


The key responsibility of this role is to assist the Head of Boarding in managing the day to day operations of the Boarding House and supervision of boarders, including overnight and weekend shifts.

To be considered for this role, candidates must meet the following skills set and criteria:

  • Extensive experience within a Boarding House or similar environment is highly desirable
  • Intermediate ICT skills in the MS Office software
  • Superior organisational skills, the ability to set goals, prioritise work, manage multiple tasks and follow up
  • Demonstrated affinity for working with adolescents
  • Strong interpersonal skills including an open and friendly disposition
  • Good communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Self-motivated and the ability to work independently as well as part of a team
  • Ability to be proactive and take initiative
  • A high degree of confidentiality and professional judgement
  • A high awareness of safety compliance and duty of care responsibilities within a residential environment.


Applications for this position should include a detailed Curriculum Vitae including the names and addresses of two professional referees and emailed to the Head of Boarding at vacancies@wilderness.com.au.

A mandatory requirement for application will be the ability to obtain a current DCSI Criminal History Clearance to work with Children and Responding to Abuse and Neglect Certification and a willingness to undertake Senior First Aid training.

Applications will close at 5.00pm on Monday, 21 May 2018.

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Adelaide’s non-denominational school for girls.
For day students and boarders from Early Learning to Year 12.

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Head of Boarding, The Glennie School, closes - 21 May 2018

Head of Boarding (Year 6 – 12), full-time position, Term 1 2019

The Glennie School is an Anglican school for girls in Toowoomba, providing exceptional education for prep, primary and secondary students with boarding from Year 6. The School enjoys an excellent reputation for the quality of its programs, care and support offered to students, as well as the commitment, dedication and professionalism of its staff. 

The role of Head of Boarding at Glennie is integral to the success of the School as we pride ourselves not as a school that offers boarding, but rather as a boarding school.

This is an executive role. The successful applicant should be energetic, have a deep understanding of adolescent girls, be passionate about supporting girls to be all they can be academically, physically, emotionally, spiritually and creatively.

Our boarding house is truly a home away from home and the Head of Boarding needs to ensure that, as in any home, the girls are cared for and supported in all aspects of their lives with a kind, guiding, and firm hand.

This is a full-time, 5-year contract position commencing Term 1, 2019. The successful applicant is expected to support the School community in the continued promotion of the philosophy of the School which is founded on the School’s Mission Statement. 

The candidate must be supportive and sympathetic to the ethos of Anglican Schools and must be eligible for teacher registration or have a current registration with the Queensland College of Teachers.

Senior leadership experience and proven performance in a similar or related role within a school environment will be considered an asset. 

Applications must include a cover letter, resume and the contact details of at least three referees.

For a Position Description please visit www.glennie.qld.edu.au

Please forward applications marked 'Confidential' no later than 12:00 pm Monday 21 May 2018 to:

Mrs Sabine Eadie

Human Resources Manager

The Glennie School

246a Herries Street

TOOWOOMBA   QLD   4350

 

E: eadies@glennie.qld.edu.au

P: 07 4688 8767  

F: 07 4688 8879

Boarding House Administrator, Methodist Ladies' College Melbourne, closes - 25 May 2018

Boarding House Administrator 

Full time, fixed term position

4 June 2018 – 9 January 2019

8 weeks leave per annum

Methodist Ladies’ College is one of Australia’s most respected and innovative schools, with over 2,000 students from our Early Learning Centre to Year 12.

The MLC Boarding House (Tiddeman House) is a friendly and homely community where girls from both local and rural Australia, together with international students feel safe and cared for in a supportive and well structured environment. Boarding staff play a significant role in ensuring our boarders are motivated, enthused and valued.

The Boarding House Administrator is the first point of contact in the Boarding House during business hours. The Administrator is required to be an effective communicator with parents, students, all College staff and external agencies in person, on the phone and via written correspondence.  You will also demonstrate a patient, caring and confidential approach, with a genuine focus on providing outstanding customer service.

The College is seeking applicants who, among other qualities, can demonstrate the following:

  • Exceptional communication skills, including verbal, written and interpersonal
  • Superior customer service
  • Strong computer skills
  • Strong organisational skills with the ability to manage multiple projects to deadline

For a position description and further information please see our web site at www.mlc.vic.edu.au/about-us/employment or phone (03) 9274 8542. Applications close at midday Friday 25 May 2018.

To apply online simply:

1. Click on Apply Now and go through to the MLC web site

2. Read the Position Description for this role

3. Complete the MLC application form attaching your resume and covering letter

School Sergeant, The Kings School, closes - 30 May 2018

School Sergeant 

The King's School is a Christian community that seeks to make an outstanding impact for the good of society through its students and by the quality of its teaching and leadership in education.

The School Sergeant is responsible for the day to day oversight of Student discipline and Student dress and bearing, as well as providing a daily positive role model for our Students, supporting and imparting the School values and involved in investigations. The successful applicant will ideally have a military/police background, will live onsite and participate in all aspects of the School's community, including Cadet CORPS, sporting and boarding activities.

For more information, or to apply online, please visit our careers page at careers.kings.edu.au and upload your CV. For a confidential discussion please contact Sarah Bate on 9683 9445.

To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Sarah Bate on 9683 8445, quoting Ref No. 2018SchSar.

Boarding House Resident, Presbyterian Ladies College Sydney, closes - 30 May 2018

Boarding House Residential Staff

  • Highly regarded independent girls' school
  • Excellent opportunity to work in a very caring environment

About PLC:

PLC Sydney is located 15 minutes from the CBD in the culturally diverse and vibrant suburb of Croydon. We employ over 200 professionals who encourage our girls to grow into well rounded 21st century young women in an academically focused Christian environment.

PLC Sydney values staff who are inspirational, have deep knowledge and are passionate about the pursuit of excellence in their field.

About the Role:

Residential Staff help with supervision of the Boarders in the evenings, and on weekends, on a roster basis. 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.

The time commitment is approximately 16 hours per week, averaged over a month, and there is a minimum of one sleepover per week.

Applicants should be mature, independent, energetic and creative. They should be interested in supporting the development of adolescent girls and be able to proactively commit to this.

In lieu of payment, shared accommodation is provided year round and all meals are provided in term time. This position attracts a small weekly gratuity during term time.

Applicants will be required to support the Christian ethos of the College.

Successful applicants must provide a Working With Children Clearance Number and date of birth.

To Apply: please go to our website: www.plc.nsw.edu.au and follow the link to Employment Opportunities to submit your application.

Be sure to include a covering letter including a recent photo as the first page of your resume and the names and contact details of at least two referees.

If you are a highly motivated and energetic individual looking for a career in a dynamic environment, then we would like to hear from you. Apply now!

Residential Boarding Supervisor, The McDonald College, closes - 30 June 2018

POSITION: Residential Boarding Supervisor Ongoing Casual

REPORTS TO: Head of Boarding

ROLE: 

Resident Supervisors are required to assist with the running of the Boarding House. Accommodation (all year) and meals during term time will be provided in return for approximately 15 hours duty per week, including evenings and rostered weekends. Duties include supervision of students and office duties.

Supervisors 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 Supervisors 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.

APPOINTMENT:

The Residential Boarding Supervisor is appointed by the Principal. The appointee is responsible to the Head of Boarding initially and ultimately to the Principal or her delegate.

It is expected that the Boarding House will run in accordance with the College Boarding Policies, Processes and Practices as published in the Staff Handbook. A summary appears in the table below.

Key Areas of Responsibility

  • Ensure girls are working diligently in the Library (Year 7 - 10) or at their desk with their door open (year 11 - 12)
  • Move from room to room (Year 11 - 12) seeing each girl at least once during Prep time
  • Notify the Duty Officer if a girl is not present or accounted for
  • Keep a daily record of what each girl is working on during Prep time & what was achieved during for each day
  • Maintain accurate and timely Boardingware records.
  • Ensure girls who are returning to the Boarding House late have their dinner and then get to Prep
  • Circulate amongst the girls who have returned late or other students that may need assistance or guidance beyond set prep time
  • Do weekend supervision duty to relieve Duty Officer on weekends as rostered
  • Be available in the case of a medical emergency to step in for supervision if needed
  • Report on pastoral, academic or discipline issues to the Head of Boarding

SELECTION CRITERIA

  • Demonstrated ability and passion for looking after secondary aged girls.
  • Ability to establish positive, supportive relationships with the girls and their families
  • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with staff
  • Understanding the academic and pastoral needs of girls in boarding.
  • High level of organisational skills and the ability to sustain systems including electronic management systems.
  • Ability and willingness to communicate with teenage girls within the boundaries
  • appropriate for a boarding house.
  • Valid Working With Children (WWC) number and First Aid, CPR, Anaphylaxis,
  • Asthma Management Certification and ABSA Certificate in Boarding (or willingness to obtain).
  • Qualifications attained through ABSA will be an advantage but not essential.

TO APPLY

Written applications should consist of addressed selection criteria and full CV and must be addressed to Maxine Kohler, Principal of The McDonald College. Applications can be submitted electronically to leslea.smith@mcdonald.nsw.edu.au.

Applications, which must include the names and telephone contact number of two professional referees. Applications which do not submit a cover letter will be rejected. 

Boarding Supervisor, St Ursula's College Toowoomba, closes - 25 May 2018a

Part-Time, Term Time Boarding Supervisor 

Applications are invited for the position of part-time term time Boarding Supervisor. This is a contract role to the end of Term 3 2018. The role provides care and supervision for our female boarding students aged between 12 and 18 years.

The successful applicant will be required to work flexible hours including weekends, public holidays,evenings and overnight sleepovers, with shared accommodation available.

Please refer to our website www.st-ursula.qld.edu.au for a detailed role description for this position.

All staff at St Ursula's College must be eligible to apply for, or currently hold a Working With Children Suitability Card and be committed to upholding the ethos and core values of the College. 

Applications must include your resume, cover letter, as well as the details of three current referees and should be forwarded to Mrs Kathy Sperling, Principal's Assistant via email to: kms@st-ursula.qld.edu.au no later than Friday 25 May at 4:00pm.

ABSA - Australian Boarding Schools Association