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Boarding House Supervisor, Fairholme College Toowoomba, closes - 22 June 2017

FAIRHOLME COLLEGE BOARDING HOUSE – BOARDING HOUSE SUPERVISOR – FIXED TERM CONTRACT

Positions Vacant: 

Contract Boarding House Supervisor position for Semester 2 2017 

The College:
Set in an area of outstanding natural beauty on the Range escarpment in Australia's Garden City of Toowoomba, Fairholme College is one of Australia's leading independent girls' schools with over 800 students from Kindy to Year 12.

Fairholme students enjoy outstanding success in the academic pursuit (close to 95% of Year 12 students proceed to tertiary studies each year), as well as in sporting, cultural and services activities. Please explore further on this website to learn more about Fairholme's offerings and our students' achievements.

From the establishment of our predecessor school in 1908, through the move to our current location in 1917 and into the 21st century, Fairholme is committed to a student enrolment split roughly 40/60 between country boarders and Toowoomba day girls, and to single-sex girls' education.

A College of the Presbyterian Church of Queensland, Fairholme is committed to creating a caring Christian community where all we do is undergirded by our Christian faith.

The Person:
The Person we seek for this role will be expected to demonstrate the following and skills and qualities:

  • Support positively the Christian ethos and mission of Fairholme College 
  • A clear understanding of the specific needs of boarding students and their families
  • Ability to work collaboratively in a team 
  • Willingness to be involved in life of the College community and the students 
  • Strong communication skills and a genuine love of working with young people

The Position:
This position is a contract for Semester 2 2017 working as a full time Boarding House Supervisor within a set roster. The position will be reviewed for the 2018 school year in term 4 2017 and may include permanent work.  Full accommodation and meals are provided during term time. The successful candidate is responsible to the Deputy Head of Boarding, and ultimately the Head of Boarding for day to day operational procedures in the Boarding House. A Blue Card is required.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Be able to work as a member of a team involved in the well-being, supervision, safety and health of the Boarders
  • Maintaining consistent and fair practices of behaviour management that are in keeping with the ethos of the College.
  • Assist in promoting academic excellence for all Boarders to maximise their learning potential by   assisting and encouraging a sound study environment, particularly by supervising Prep for Year 11 and 12 Boarders  
  • Promote and lead effective and energetic leisure activities for the girls
  • Maintain and encourage attendance at church
  • Perform Boarding House office duties as required
  • Involved in the semester reporting system of the College 
  • Role model and reinforce to the girls high standards of behaviour, manners, dress and punctuality

Applications

Applications close on Thursday 22 June 2017 and should include full curriculum vitae, address the specific duties and include the names and addresses of 3 referees, and be sent to:

The Head of Boarding
Fairholme College
P O Box 688
TOOWOOMBA 4350

email: recruitment@fairholme.qld.edu.au 

Phone (07) 4688 4688 fax (07) 4688 4694
Proudly a College of the Presbyterian Church of Queensland

 

Boarding Coordinator of Wellbeing and Coordinator of Activities, Seymour College, closes - 22 June 2017

Boarding House Coordinators

Boarding House Coordinator of Wellbeing and

Boarding House Coordinator of Activities

Full time during term time.

About the boarding house and the roles

Seymour College is a leading independent girls' school with an established reputation for academic excellence.  Our vision is to foster young women of strength, optimism and justice. Our aim is to inspire within each student a passion for life-long learning, a celebration of community and a quest for personal excellence and wellbeing.

The Seymour College Boarding House accommodates 120 girls from Years 7 to 12.  We are seeking to recruit  exceptional leaders to work with the Director of Boarding to enhance the experience of our boarding girls.

The roles are newly created, to commence at the beginning of Term 3.

Skills and experience

Prospective candidates should meet the following competencies:

Coordinator of Wellbeing

  • The Coordinator of Wellbeing must be a qualified counsellor or psychologist with experience working with teenage girls
  • The Coordinator will support the pastoral care and administrative requirements of the Boarding House programs at Seymour College to ensure quality outcomes and care for Boarders.
  • The Coordinator for Wellbeing has responsibility for consulting with stakeholders in the Senior and Middle Schools to develop, coordinate and deliver a Wellbeing program within the boarding house to complement the holistic development of the Boarders.
  • The position is also responsible for assisting with the daily operations, reporting, student welfare,  management and development.
  • Additional responsibilities include communicating with parents and liaising with key stakeholders in the Middle and Senior Schools on issues affecting the welfare of Boarders.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills are essential for this role.

Coordinator of Activities

  • To effectively support the pastoral care and administrative requirements of the Boarding House programs at Seymour College to ensure quality outcomes and care for Boarders.
  • The position is responsible for assisting with the daily operations, reporting, student welfare, staff management and development.
  • The Coordinator for Activities has responsibility for designing a varied activities program that will offer our Seymour boarders exciting activities to partake in over the weekends. Creativity around designing appropriate and fun activities is required.
  • Excellent organisation skills are essential.

Essential to both roles

  • Previous boarding school experience. 
  • Willingness to work some overnight shifts. 
  • Experience working with Indigenous students. 
  • Experience working with International students. 
  • Ability to build strong relationships with students, parents and staff. 
  • Strong decision making skills based on sound judgement and empathy 
  • The ability to work effectively and collaboratively with others, including parents as part of the overall Seymour team.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.

The position is offered initially until December, with a few to permanency.

We invite you to visit our website at www.seymour.sa.edu.au  for more information about Seymour College.  

Application Details

All information provided by applicants will be subject to the Seymour College Privacy Policy which is available to view on the College website.

Applications should address the above criteria and be forwarded to The Director of People and Policy, Seymour College via the APPLY link.
A position description will be provided to candidates shortlisted for interview.

Applications close at 4.00pm  on 22 June 2017.

For more information about Seymour College, please go to www.seymour.sa.edu.au

Head of Girls' Boarding, St Paul's College Walla Walla, closes - 23 June 2017

Head of Girls' Boarding

(Re-advertised)

St Paul's College is a Lutheran, coeducational secondary boarding and day school in the eastern Riverina at Walla Walla NSW.  The College has 275 students, of whom 90 are boarders.

We are looking for a dynamic boarding professional who is warm, welcoming and works collaboratively with all stakeholders to transform the lives of young people.  We are looking for a caring and committed person who can relate well to teenage girls, with the ability to inspire them, promote a positive culture and act as an outstanding role model.

Our successful applicant will have:

  • Boarding Duty of Care certificate, and a clear understanding of the responsibility involved in the duty of care of students and school property.
  • Experience in implementing boarding policies and procedures to ensure best practice and operational effectiveness.
  • Demonstrated collaborative interpersonal and relationship building skills to ensure the ability to effectively negotiate, resolve conflict, motivate and engage students within the Boarding School.
  • Resilience and a keen sense of humour. 
  • Current NSW Working with Children Check Clearance. 
  • Current First Aid Certificate.

Remuneration package is negotiable, and includes on site accommodation and cost of relocation.  Commencement date negotiable.

Enquiries may be directed to Mr Kris Wheeler, Director of Boarding, kris.wheeler@stpaulscollege.nsw.edu.au 02 6029 2200.  Position description can be obtained from the Principal's EA Karen Schulz karen.schulz@stpaulscollege.nsw.edu.au 02 6029 2200

Applications to be submitted before: 23 June 2017.

Assistant Boarding House Supervisor, Pymble Ladies' College, closes - 23 June 2017

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 Role

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.

About you

You will have:

  • Experience and a genuine interest and passion in working with young people 
  • Experience in a school/educational context is preferred 
  • The ability to respond to student wellbeing needs and to make sound, appropriate judgements about reporting incidents and concerns
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills as well as relationship building skills
  • The ability to support the Boarding House operational and daily routine in an efficient and effective manner.

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 3.30pm Friday 23 June 2017.

The successful candidate must have a Working with Children Check clearance. Pymble Ladies' College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

Boarding House Supervisor, The Southport School, closes - 25 June 2017

Boarding House Supervisor - Resident Master
Commencing July 2017 and expression of interest for 2018

The Southport School is a leading Anglican Day and Boarding school for boys situated on the banks of the beautiful Nerang River in the heart of the Gold Coast.  The Southport School has been established for 116 years and is committed to providing excellence in leadership, learning and teaching, pastoral care and extra-curricular endeavors within a balanced, holistic Christian environment.

We are extremely proud to say that boarding life has always been an integral feature of TSS since the first boarders arrived in 1909 into Thorold, McKinley and Delpratt Houses. The boarders bring to TSS particular personal qualities and give the School a soul, a life and sense of community.

Boarding has always been a tradition at TSS and recent upgrades provide some of the best boarding facilities in Australia. As well as our traditional intake from country areas we have boarders from all States and cities in Australia and international students from Asia, Europe, Middle East and the South Pacific.

The boarding community is now seeking expressions of interest for candidates interested in the position of Resident Master – this is a live in, work out arrangement. We are seeking exceptional individuals who are willing to become an integral part of our Boarder's daily lives and our Boarding community – ideally blending this opportunity with candidates' study schedules or professional roles.

In the role of Resident Master, you will be required to provide up to 15 hours of residential duty per week (rostered term time – 37 weeks per year) and in return will be provided with:

  • Accommodation (studio room with kitchenette, ensuite and utilities included), on-site catering (dining hall access during term time),
  • Access to the extensive onsite facilities, and; 
  • The opportunity to be part of, and become an active member of a vibrant and diverse Boarding community that focuses on the holistic well-being of our Boarding students.

To be considered for this role applicants should:

  • Hold a current first aid certificate 
  • Have completed or be engaged in 2nd or 3rd year of tertiary or post-graduate studies or be working ideally in the field of education
  • Be aligned with the vision of the school and the Anglican Ethos 
  • Have a passion for working with, and the wellbeing of, young people as a mentor and a support person in a supervisory capacity

All applicants must be eligible to hold a working with children blue card, provide a recent police check, and submit to Anglican Diocese National register checks.

Dean of Boarding
The Southport School
2 Winchester Street
Southport, QLD 4215
TSS is an equal employment opportunity employer.

Click 'here' to apply now.

Boarding House Parent, Scotch College Adelaide, closes - 28 June 2017

Boarding House Parent

Applications are invited for you to join our Boarding House as the House Parent.The role will suit you if you have experience working with adolescents combined with a maturity which nurtures positive relationships and wellbeing.

Working Monday to Friday from 3pm to 6pm, the Boarding House Parent will ensure that common rooms are fully stocked with provisions and will be a mature and accessible presence in the boarding house.

Working with Children Screening and Reporting Abuse and Neglect training will be required.

What We Can Expect From You

  • An independent and energetic worker with superior interpersonal skills
  • A natural affinity for working with adolescents
  • A high degree of confidentiality and sound judgement.
  • A sense of humour.

What You Can Expect From Us

  • An interesting and stimulating role at one of Adelaide's most prestigious schools.
  • The opportunity to work with other highly motivated and skilled individuals with a passion for education and young people.

To apply, please submit a full resume and a covering letter detailing your motivation for this role.

A position description and further information on the College is available at: www.scotch.sa.edu.au/careers

Enquiries to Morag Greenwood (Director of Human Resources) 8274 4295

Applications Close: 12 noon, Wednesday 28th June 2017

Male Boarding Coordinator, Melbourne Indigenous Transition School, closes - 30 June 2017

Boarding Coordinator at MITS (Male) - Full Time or Part Time neg

Male Boarding Coordinator at our Richmond Campus

  • Either Full Time (7 shifts per fortnight) or Part Time (5 shift per fortnight) is negotiable
  • Support Indigenous students from remote & regional communities learn and thrive in Melbourne
  • Small home-style residence for 22 Indigenous students at Year 7 (12 to 14 yo) in central Richmond location
  • Fully paid school holidays 

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. 

You have previous experience in a residential or boarding school environment, preferably including both male and female students and are seeking 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 will be able to demonstrate extensive knowledge of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and lifestyles.  Naturally you will have the ability to establish appropriate relationships with young people and the ability to show consistency and fairness to students, with an understanding and appreciation of the needs and interests of Indigenous students living away from home.

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

Duties & Responsibilities

Student Welfare: Your role is to supervise students, ensuring they are dressed and ready to attend classes during the week and to participate in outings on weekend.  You will contribute to a range of regular program of night and weekend activities to enrich their personal, social and cultural development.  In addition you will monitor digital media, encourage healthy routines and ensure standards of cleanliness, hygiene and healthy life choices.  A background in student residential care is essential; experience in an Indigenous environment is highly regarded.

You will also 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.

Domestic & Catering Duties:  You will contribute to domestic duties and supervise students to keep the Boarding House clean, tidy and appropriately stocked.  You will supervise laundry to ensure linen is rotated and residents have clean uniforms, sporting clothes, etc. 

The Boarding Coordinator on duty will organise student breakfast and supervise lunches. Good organisational skills with the experience to ensure students are dressed, have had breakfast and prepared their lunch in time to leave for school are essential.  On occasions you will prepare the evening meal which may include heating and serving a simple or precooked meal or cooking a BBQ so general cooking and safe food handling training and qualifications are essential

A current First Aid certificate, appropriate Occupational Health and Hygiene Certificates and as a Certificate or appropriate training in Child Welfare are highly preferred. 

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

For a full Position Description visit the Careers page of our web site at www.MITS.vic.edu.au

For consideration, please press APPLY Now and attach your current CV and a covering letter specifying your experience and interest.

Melbourne Indigenous Transition School
16 The Vaucluse Richmond VIC 3121

For a full Position Description visit the web site www.mits.vic.edu.au or email Careers@MITSchool.org.au

 

Head of School, Launceston Church Grammar School, closes - 30 June 2017

Head of School

Realise the vision to be a global leader in education
‘Nurture, challenge and inspire’ students, staff and the community
Drive the ongoing implementation of the Strategic Plan

Launceston Church Grammar School seeks to appoint an exceptional, inspirational leader and educator to the position of Head of School following the incumbent Mr Stephen Norris' fifteen years of outstanding and distinguished service to the school.

Reporting to the School Board, the Head of School will lead the School in the attainment of the Strategic Vision and Objectives. The appointee will lead an experienced and successful team to provide an education that is globally contemporary, evidenced-based, responsive, relevant and sought after. Maintaining the School's impressive record of academic achievement, the Head will drive the continued implementation of effective, contemporary teaching and learning strategies to optimally prepare students for life and their future endeavours. Focus will be placed on the development of well-rounded individuals with a strong sense of community who engage in a high quality educational experience, opportunities to explore Tasmania and develop a respect for environmental sustainability.

The successful candidate will have outstanding interpersonal skills and a supportive and collaborative management and leadership style that nurtures, challenges and inspires students and staff. Key to success will be the ability to build the professional capacity of all staff while focusing on the individual child and a commitment to improve student learning outcomes. Adopting a framework of continuous innovation, the ideal Head will display high energy coupled with an advanced level of analytical and strategic thinking. The appointee will actively support the Anglican ethos and Christian values of the School and display a genuine desire to be part of a close-knit, thriving community.

About Launceston Church Grammar School:

Launceston Grammar is a co-educational Anglican day and boarding school for students from Early Learning to Grade 12. Founded in 1846, the school enjoys a proud heritage and outstanding academic record whilst offering a comprehensive and contemporary range of academic subjects. Further, the highly acclaimed Outdoor Education programme focuses on exploring some of Australia's most magnificent areas of natural beauty.

Launceston Grammar is characterised as having a welcoming school community, displaying respect for individuals and possessing a desire to provide a globally relevant education.

For more information visit: www.lcgs.tas.edu.au

Applications close: Friday 30 June 2017

To apply - please go to www.jofisher.com and click on ‘APPLY ONLINE’ using reference LCGpri0517, addressing your cover letter and resume to Liz Jones, of Jo Fisher Executive, or call +61 3 9016 6000 for further information.

Boarding House Supervisor, Ipswich Grammar School, closes - 30 June 2017

BOARDING HOUSE SUPERVISORS

Ipswich Grammar is inviting expressions of interest for two upcoming volunteer Boarding Supervisor vacancies.

Remuneration in the form of accommodation, meals and other amenities exist.

The role involves:

Duty expectations include,15 hrs per week and 6 weekend days per semester. (including a sleepover duty)

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:jbeaumont@ipswichgrammar.com          

Boarding Assistant, Toowoomba Anglican College and Preparatory School, closes - 30 June 2017

Boarding Assistant

Toowoomba Anglican College and Preparatory School is seeking expressions of interest for a Boarding Assistant role in the senior boys' boarding house.

The successful applicant will be required to work 12 hours each week during term time in the boarding house.The position is ideal for Education students.

Boarding Assistants are provided with accommodation and meals in lieu of payment.

A Position Description is available by contacting the School Office on (07) 4639 8111 or reception@tacaps.qld.edu.au

Applications from suitable persons, including the names and telephone numbers of three confidential referees, should be addressed to the Director of Boarding.

Online applications will be received - please click the 'Apply' button below.

Please note only short-listed applicants will be contacted.

 

Residential Mentor, Wesley College, closes - 30 June 2017

Residental Mentor - Casual Positions

Wesley College Melbourne, a Uniting Church school with a rich tradition spanning 151 years, is a diverse, dynamic, coeducational learning community with more than 3,150 students aged between 3 and 18 years across three main campuses.

Learning in Residence, a residential facility that opened in term 4, 2016 on the Glen Waverley campus. This exciting, multipurpose, Years 10-12, residential development will provide a real-life context for holistic experiential learning and builds on the rich history of such residential experiences at Wesley – a century of boarding, decades of Outdoor Education and the highly acclaimed residential learning programs in Clunes and Yiramalay.

We are seeking an outstanding and experienced Residential Mentor for casual positions. The hours of work are 3pm until 11pm, the Residential Mentor sleeps overnight in their allocated residence.

The Residential Mentors role is one of responsibility and requires initiative, enthusiasm, and the ability to work as part of a dedicated team. The role involves supervision and support to the students, including overnight across a 7 day roster, generating a friendly and warm manner towards the students and creating a collegial environment within the GW Senior School and in particular the Residence in their care, ordering supplies and managing and update student records as directed.

A driver's licence and a First Aid certificate are desirable and a Working With Children Check and Police Name Certificate are essential.

Applications close at 5.00pm on Friday 30 June 2017.

Wesley College is a child safe employer and is committed to the welfare of children and their protection. All potential employees and volunteers will be required to comply with the School's Child Safe Policy and Code of Conduct. Applicants will be required to undergo police and background checks in accordance with this policy.

For further details on this position please visit the employment page on our website www.wesleycollege.net

Deputy Director of Boarding, PLC Sydney, closes - 30 June 2017

Deputy Director of Boarding

(Saturday- Wednesday)

Full time, permanent

From 17 July 2017, or as near as possible

Please refer to our website, www.plc.nsw.edu.au, for further details of this position and directions on how to apply

Applications close 3.00 pm Friday, 30 June 2017

 

PLC Sydney has a busy Boarding House with 65 students from a wide variety of backgrounds. The College is seeking a female staff member preferably experienced in working with girls in a school situation or in a residential situation. 

This senior role is responsible to the Director of Boarding which requires proactive, dynamic leadership with pastoral and some academic oversight of students. The position requires a sound computer literacy as there is a component of record keeping and data management essential to the role. 

All meals are provided during rostered times and one night of in-house sleep-over is required.

The position entails the following days and times:

  • Monday: 2:30pm - 1:00pm - no dinner supervision 
  • Tuesday: 8:00am - 3:00pm ; 2:30pm staff meeting
  • Wednesday: 6:45am - 2:30pm
  • Thursday
  • Friday 
  • Saturday: 4:00pm - 11:30pm ; 4:00pm handover - sleepover
  • Sunday: 8:00am - 6:00pm

Please refer to the Role Statement available on the website; to apply applicants must apply online including all required documentation. For further information please email: dvitlin@plc.nsw.edu.au or phone Deborah Vitlin on (02) 9704 5660.

Boarding Supervisor, Marist College Ashgrove, closes - 30 June 2017

Boarding Supervisor

The College has a vacancy for a Boarding Supervisor from Term 3 (around 10th July 2017).

In return for accommodation and meals, Boarding Supervisors are responsible for 13 hours of duty in the residences during College terms. (Supervisors are not normally remunerated beyond accommodation and meals.)

The 13 hours of duty may include duties such as morning wake-up and early morning supervision in the Residence before and after breakfast and afternoon supervision between the hours of 3.10pm and dinner, and evening shifts.

In addition, all Boarding Supervisors are expected to:

  • be on the premises during their time of rostered duty
  • abide by the rules and regulations of the Residence
  • contact the Boarding Coordinator if special permissions for any boarding student are required
  • be the first point of contact for a boarding student during times of rostered duty
  • contact the Boarding Coordinator if required
  • attend full boarding school meetings at the beginning of each term
  • attend year level group meetings (for staff and students) when required
  • make out of school hours phone calls to parents when required
  • help with the regular prayer program for the boys in their Residence

Applicants must be eligible to apply for a Blue Card issued by the Public Safety Agency. The College is a non-smoking workplace.

Applications close 3pm Friday 30th June 2017.

James Metzeling
Head of Boarding
Phone: 0405379817 or Email: metzelingj@marash.qld.edu.au

Deputy Principal, Stuartholme School, closes - 14 July 2017

Deputy Principal, Stuartholme School, Brisbane, QLD

Catholic Independent Day and Boarding School for Girls 
Commence January 2018

Stuartholme is a Catholic day and boarding school for girls. Located in Toowong, Brisbane, Stuartholme School is widely known as one of Queensland's leading secondary schools for girls and is Brisbane's only Catholic Girls Boarding School. While an Independent School, it is also part of an international network of 155 schools committed to the education of young women in the Sacred Heart tradition.  Stuartholme has a current enrolment of nearly 700 girls in Years seven to twelve, 150 of whom are boarders.

The school recently completed a strategic review with a view to further enhancing the educational opportunities provided to their students. A significant outcome has been the adoption of a new leadership structure whereby four Deputy Principal roles have been replaced by a single Deputy Principal, with the role having accountability for two portfolios: Teaching & Learning and Staffing.

Underpinning this significant change in structure is the determination that a single Deputy Principal role will be able to provide greater cohesion and cooperation to allow the Executive Leadership to support the teachers and staff in their work of providing continual improvements in the learning and teaching offered to the students.

If you are an experienced Catholic educational leader with ambitions for principalship, we encourage you to visit www.traksearch.com  for detailed information on this exciting opportunity. 

Closing Date: Friday 14th July 2017

Enquiries are welcome to John Chesher on 0417 068 220 or jobs@traksearch.com  To express your interest, send a brief resume from this site; through the Trak Search website; or by email to the above address quoting ref number TS1360.

Director of Boarding, Kinross Wolaroi School, closes - 14 July 2017

Director of Boarding – Kinross Wolaroi School 
 
Situated on 100 picturesque acres in Orange, the heart of New South Wales, Kinross Wolaroi School is a unique community which embodies the strong character and spirit of rural Australia underpinned by the values and ethos of the Uniting Church.
 
A co-educational school of over 1100 students, KWS has earned a reputation as one of Australia’s leading independent schools with boarding at the heart of the School.   In 2017, KWS is home to 330 boarders drawn from towns and villages in the West and Far West of New South Wales.   
 
The Director of Boarding is directly accountable to the Principal.  As a member of the School’s Senior Management Team the Director of Boarding has the opportunity to contribute to the development of the entire School in the promotion of a vibrant, innovative, safe and supportive learning culture.
 
This is an exciting opportunity for an innovative and collaborative leader with a passion for boarding to join a dynamic school.   Through their advocacy of their vision for boarding excellence and through collaborative leadership the Director of Boarding will have the opportunity to inspire and empower the efforts of all staff engaged in boarding to ensure the School realises the full potential of its boarding operations.
 
To make a confidential enquiry about the position or to obtain a candidate information pack, please contact Kate Kenny, Human Resources Manager on 02 6392 0351 or kkenny@kws.nsw.edu.au.  Applications will close on 14 July 2017.
 

ABSA - Australian Boarding Schools Association