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Boarding House Residential Staff, Presbyterian Ladies' College Sydney, closes - 15 August 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, Positions Available 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!

Girls Boarding Coordinator - Part Time, Melbourne Indigenous Transition School, closes - 15 August 2018

Boarding Supervisor (Female) - Richmond - Part Time, rotating shift
Melbourne Indigenous Transition School

Girls Boarding Coordinator Part Time (.5 FTE) - Richmond

  • School terms only – 13 weeks paid leave per annum
  • 4-5 shifts per fortnight includes both night shifts, weekend and day shifts
  • Small home-style residence in central Richmond location (close to parking and transport)

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 press 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

Part-Time Girls' Boarding Supervisor, St Paul's College Walla Walla, closes - 15 August 2018

Part-Time Girls' Boarding Supervisor
St Paul's College Walla Walla NSW

A vacancy exists for a part time Girls' Boarding Supervisor at St Paul's College Walla Walla NSW.  This position involves shift work, overnight stays and weekends. Initially 25 hours per week.

St Paul's College is a growing Lutheran school, which aims to encourage and support students, informed and sustained by the word of God, to develop their God-given talents so that they may shape and enrich their world.

Our College is situated on spacious and attractive grounds approximately 40km north of Albury/Wodonga. Day and boarding students are drawn from local communities, the cities of Albury and Wodonga, the Riverina, North Eastern Victoria and more remote locations.  The College has 275 students, of whom 80 are boarders.

Applications including two referees can be emailed to karen.schulz@stpaulscollege.nsw.edu.au.  Requests for the position description can be directed to Karen Schulz on 0260292200. This position is for immediate start.

Applicants must hold a current NSW Working with Children Check.

Boarding House Supervisor, St Stanislaus College, closes - 15 August 2018

Boarding House Supervisor
St Stanislaus College

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 casual 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 Wednesday 15 August 2018

Boarding House Co-ordinator, St Vincent's College, closes - 20 August 2018

Boarding House Co-ordinator

St Vincent’s College, Potts Point is a Catholic Day and Boarding College for girls from Years 7 to 12.  The College was founded by the Sisters of Charity in 1858 (the College is celebrating its 160th year) and offers students from rural and city locations the opportunity to experience community living at a convenient inner city location.

We invite applications from energetic, highly organised and committed individuals for the position of Boarding House Co-ordinator. This role includes supervising, guiding and supporting boarding students from Years 7 to 12 in our Catholic and Mary Aikenhead traditions.

Essential qualities include:

  • A demonstrated ability to identify with the needs, aspirations and challenges facing today’s adolescent girls.
  • The ability to lead and work as a member of a team with other professionals.
  • Give a commitment to follow the Boarding House procedures and processes.
  • Communicate regularly and effectively with the Director of Boarding, the Principal, the Deputy Principal (Pastoral Care) and other key staff members on matters relating to the smooth running of the Boarding House.
  • Flexibility.

The successful applicant must hold a current First Aid Certificate qualification or be willing to obtain one prior to commencement. In accordance with the Working With Children Act, to be eligible for this position the applicant must hold a current (Employee) Working With Children Check.

Desirable criteria:

  • Knowledge of how a school operates is highly desirable. 
  • This position would suit an individual with a background in residential care, education, nursing, adolescent health or youth work. 
  • A full driver’s license is essential to be able to transport students to and from commitments when required.  
  • Relevant qualifications and experience in related areas are highly desirable.
  • Accommodation will only be provided in the Boarding House whilst on duty. This is a full time position of 43 hours per week.

St Vincent’s College:

  • Is committed to promoting physical, emotional and cultural safety for all students.
  • Is committed to providing a safe and secure environment for all students.

How to Apply

Applicants must hold, or prior to commencing employment be willing to obtain, a current and valid New South Wales Working with Children’s Check.

Applications close: Monday 20 August 2018

Applications must include a covering letter, resume and a completed employment application form (from the St Vincent’s College web) including the details of 3 referees. Please forward your application via email and addressed to:

The Principal

St Vincent’s College, Potts Point

Email to: principalspa@stvincents.nsw.edu.au

Head of Girls' Boarding House, Ballarat Grammar, closes - 20 August 2018

HEAD OF GIRLS' BOARDING HOUSE 

This position commences January 2019. Further information is available from HR Co-ordinator, Jo Huntley, on (03) 5338 0807 or hr@bgs.vic.edu.au, and a position description can be found on the School's website.

Applications to the Headmaster close Monday 20 August 2018.

Residential Tutors - Girls Boarding, Concordia Lutheran College, closes - 20 August 2018

Residential Tutor - Girls Boarding 

The College has an opportunity for a live-in Residential Tutor within our Girls boarding community (Years 7-12).

You will be required to provide up to 15 hours supervision per week during school term time, assisting with the daily routines, study and weekend activities. In return, you will receive:

  • Free accommodation in a 2 bedroom fully furnished, self-contained unit (to be shared with 1 other resident)
  • Free electricity and wi-fi internet connection
  • Free breakfast, lunch and dinner during the school term
  • Rostered hours include weekends and evenings.
  • Please note there is no payment of wages as the benefits above are compensation for the hours worked

To be appointed, you will need to support the Christian ethos of the College and be eligible for a Working With Children Blue Card.

Applications need to include a covering letter, resume and two (2) referees. Please visit our website www.concordia.qld.edu.au for further information about this position and the College. 

Enquiries can be directed to Mr Jim Tamvakis, Director of Boarding: jim.tamvakis@concordia.qld.edu.au  

Applications close 20 August 2018. 

Boarding Supervisor, Redlands Winter School Program, closes - 22 August 2018

Boarding Supervisor 

  • Unique opportunity at Redlands' Winter School program 
  • Immediate start working until 28 September 2018 
  • Jindabyne Location 

Redlands is a dynamic, leading Sydney independent school, providing a diverse, co-educational P-12 learning environment with an innovative, flexible and research-based teaching practice. The School is founded in the Anglican tradition, based upon established Christian values. 

Redlands Winter School program is a unique 10-week residential program for Years 7-10 which involves a combination of academics, snowsports and community living. Based in Jindabyne at our High Country Campus for Term 3, this residential program is an excellent opportunity to work with a great team in a unique co-ed environment.  

We are seeking a Boarding Supervisor to work at our Winter School Program. As this is a residential position which involves boarding supervision, experience working in a residential environment is an advantage, however not essential.

Duties include:

Two days a week

  • Supervising students on snow – assisting in the coordination of student lessons and check in, attending medical centre during an incident, monitoring student safety and behaviour.

Three days a week from 2:30 pm to 10:30 pm

  • Acting as, or assisting the duty teacher with afternoon and evening supervision
  • Assisting with domestic duties, encouraging students to keep the Campus tidy, supervising laundry and kitchen clean up.
  • Medical administration - ensuring documentation is complete, issuing medication, booking appointments and following up on student rehabilitation programs.

This role would be suitable for those who have a special interest in skiing, snowboarding and experiential education. First aid qualifications are essential and the ability to drive a light ridged bus would be advantageous.

In your application please include the following:

  • Resume including evidence of your qualifications
  • Cover letter

Closing application date: 22 August 2018

Please click the "Apply" button where you will automatically be redirected to the school employment page.

Director of Boarding, Melbourne Girls Grammar School, closes - 23 August 2018

DIRECTOR OF BOARDING

Full Time, (5 year Tenure) 

Commencing, January 2019

Located within the City of Melbourne, our Boarders benefit from all the advantages of living at one of the best girls boarding schools in Australia, with excellent accommodation and access to the school’s co-curricular facilities.

We seek an outstanding Director of Boarding with the highest levels of professionalism, leadership ability and genuine care for young people to oversee the wellbeing of boarders and provide leadership for all students and staff working in the Boarding House.

The Director of Boarding is responsible for the leadership of all students and staff in the Boarding program including the following key areas:

  • Wellbeing of boarders and providing leadership for all students and staff working in the Boarding House.
  • Ensure the School policies in relation to student wellbeing, academic achievement and behaviours are operationalised within the Boarding Program.
  • Developing and fostering effective communication and positive relationships with the parents of the School Community and the wider community.
  • Prudent and effective financial management of the Boarding Program
  • Management of staff and residence.
  • Risk Management, OHS and compliance of the Boarding House.

Please view the position description for specific details about this role.

The role requires highly proficient organisational and time management skills and the application of independent judgement to deliver best practice outcomes for the wellbeing of young women. In addition, proficient administrative, organisational, time management and IT skills.

Experience can include a teaching degree and/or qualification in the area of health and wellbeing of children and young people (e.g. community health, youth work, or adolescent services). Requirements included a current Police Check, a current Working with Children Check, First Aid Level II and a full driver’s licence.

Applications close: 9am Thursday 23 August 2018

To Apply please visit our website: https://www.mggs.vic.edu.au/employment/current-opportunities

Director of Boarding, St Andrew's College - New Zealand, closes - 24 August 2018

Director of Boarding
Full time, permanent position 
Commencing Monday 14 January 2019

Located in Christchurch, St Andrew’s College is an independent, co-educational school offering top quality education, cultural, arts and sporting activities to 1430 day and boarding students from pre-school to Year 13. St Andrew’s has a proud Presbyterian heritage and long tradition of academic, sporting, cultural and leadership excellence. While tradition and history are fundamental to the spirit of St Andrew’s, the College has its sights firmly fixed on the future.

The College’s Secondary School seeks an applicant with significant experience in education and in the well-being of boarding students. The Director of Boarding will lead a high functioning team of staff across three boarding houses. The Director of Boarding will report to the Rector, and the College Executive team, specifically to the Head of Values and Culture.

Responsibilities includes: determining and maintaining a strategic focus, leadership and management of staff and students, management of facilities and support services, and communication for enrolments and marketing to promote boarding in the wider community.

This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced educator seeking to impact positively on the lives of young people and to join a dynamic, forward thinking team.

St Andrew’s College is committed to the ongoing professional development of its staff and offers significant benefits in addition to a supportive working environment.

For more information please contact Hamish Bell, Head of Values and Culture, on +64 3 940 2000 extn 2007 or email: HBE@stac.school.nz

Application packs are available from the link below, our College website (stac.school.nz) or email Barbara Moore, PA to Head of Secondary School on hosspa@stac.school.nz or phone +64 3 940 2013.

Application pack: https://stac.nz/DirectorofBoarding2018

Applications for this position close 4.00pm, Friday 24 August 2018.

Xavier College, Head of Boarding, closes - 27 August 2018

Xavier College
HEAD OF BOARDING 

Commencing January 2019

Xavier College, a leading Catholic school in the Jesuit tradition situation in Melbourne, seeks an exemplary educator to lead our Boarding Community and to fulfill its every potential.  Most especially, this is directed towards the holistic development of our boarding students from Years 9-12, who are central to our endeavours. 

The Head of Boarding is a significant leader on the Senior Campus and a key member of this Leadership Team. The successful candidate will demonstrate an understanding and ability to promote the Jesuit values and mission of the College, a dynamic and collaborative mindset, and appropriate experience in the leadership of a boarding community.

A role description is available for download when you click through to apply.

Please refer to the Xavier College website at www.xavier.vic.edu.au for further information.

To apply for this position you must be a resident of Australia.

To apply for this position click APPLY NOW

Applications close 27 August  2018 

Xavier College is committed to ensuring the protection and wellbeing of every child in our care.

A CATHOLIC JESUIT COLLEGE
xavier.vic.edu.au

Head of Boarding, Beaconhills College, closes - 27 August 2018

Head of Boarding 

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. 

This role is the key role in the residence for boarding students. Working under the direction of the Campus Principal Pakenham and Head of Wellbeing, this position is responsible for the strategic leadership, effective running and management of the Beaconhills Residence.

In particular the Head of Boarding is responsible for leading and monitoring the wellbeing of all boarders, with a particular focus on their wellbeing and adherence to Child Safety requirements as well as all other elements of their holistic development such as their academic, physical, cultural, moral and service-oriented dimensions.

This position commences in Mid-January 2019 in an ongoing full time capacity.

Your responsibilities

  • Provide a safe and welcoming environment for Boarders that supports their academic progress and personal development
  • Ensure the residential houses meet all regulatory obligations and governance requirements
  • Manage all aspects of the running of the Boarding residence including crisis situations
  • Ensure that information regarding every Boarding student is current, comprehensive and clearly communicated to relevant members of the school community
  • Stand in loco parentis care of each Boarding student
  • Work with Enrolments and the Health Centre during the enrolment process to ensure that health information held for each student is recorded and distributed appropriately
  • Assist in recruitment, selection and reference checking of residential staff
  • Provide sound induction and information sharing processes to ensure that staff are well versed on expectations, legislative and regulatory requirements and obligations and understand their role in that context
  • Engage the residential staff on a day to day basis, monitoring performance and providing feedback on achievement of agreed standards, compliance with policies and procedures and overarching leadership of the residential team
  • Establish strong lines of communication and open working relationships with parents
  • Communicate regularly with individual parents regarding the needs of their children
  • Provide initial triage and evolving responses in a critical incident in accordance with College policies
  • Ensure that appropriate crisis management services are engaged and dispatched, as the situation demands
  • Provide leadership in the implementation of risk management and health and safety practices as required
  • Complete incident reports where necessary for students and staff and carefully review individual situations to identify process improvements and analysis of the potential for future incidents to be prevented
  • Use data effectively to manage boarding students’ performance
  • Work in close conjunction with the Campus Principal Pakenham and the Headmaster to proactively advance planning for the Residence, being responsive to emerging trends both within the College community and across the boarding sector.
  • Careful review student information on enrolment and commencement of each semester to identify changes and updates
  • Communicate with Health centre, Beacon Explorers or other relevant staff prior to camps and excursions and ensuring all relevant medical, dietary and wellbeing information is communicated to relevant staff

Selection Criteria

To be successful candidates would meet the following criteria to the satisfaction of the selection panel and the Headmaster:

  • Demonstrated knowledge of, and alignment with the principles of Learning That Matters.
  • Demonstrated significant contributions in the development, implementation and evaluation of integrated curriculum.
  • Demonstrated commitment to on-going professional learning and a proven capacity to model and share excellent teaching skills and knowledge within the school setting.
  • Demonstrated high level written and verbal communication skills and high level interpersonal skills including a capacity to develop constructive relationships with students, parents and staff.
  • Demonstrated proactive contributions to wider school programs, such as co-curricular programs or other school based initiatives. 
  • Demonstrated positive, proactive approach to student well-being, and the ability to develop constructive relationships with students which ensures the development of each child’s self-esteem and self-discipline within the context of the College’s student management and well-being policy.
  • The incumbent must hold or be in the process of obtaining registration with the Victorian Institute of Teaching.
  • Hold Australian citizenship or permanent residency.

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.

Applications

Applications should include:

  • A cover letter that addresses your suitability to the role
  • A curriculum vitae detailing your qualifications and experience
  • Contact details of three professional referees.

Applications for this position close at 9am on Monday 27 August 2018

Please click here to apply.

Beaconhills College has zero tolerance for child abuse. Beaconhills is a child safe employer and is committed to the welfare of children and their protection.

Beaconhills has systems to protect children from abuse, and will take all allegations and concerns very seriously and respond to them consistently, in line with our policies and procedures. 

All potential employees and volunteers will be required to comply with the College's Child Safe Policy and Code of Conduct. Beaconhills performs thorough assessments of potential and existing employees in accordance with this policy.  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, Working with Children Checks and checks of social media accounts.

Beaconhills College is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity principles and is committed to the principles of merit-based selection, equity, diversity and procedural fairness in our recruitment process.

Junior Boarding Resident, The Glennie School, closes - 29 August 2018

Junior Boarding Resident 

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.

We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic, capable, responsible person who will enjoy making a positive difference to the boarding lives of Glennie girls in Dowson House, which is a residence for Year 9 – 11 students. As a member of the Glennie boarding community you will play an important role in creating a positive, supportive and welcoming culture which encourages full participation in the academic and extracurricular programs within the School.

This is a part-time, term-time position commencing as soon as possible. You will live in Dowson House where accommodation is motel style. The position involves 12 hours per week boarding duty, recreational support and homework assistance in exchange for board and lodging. Possible extra hours, in addition to the minimum 12 hours per week, will be paid for at the current part-time rate of $23 per hour. The work is out of school hours with some weekend shifts and would suit a university student.

A current First Aid qualification will be highly regarded and the successful applicant will be expected to undertake Duty of Care training. 

The successful applicant must be supportive and sympathetic to the ethos of Anglican Schools and must either have a current Blue Card or have their application in process.

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 pm Wednesday 29 August 2018:

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 8848

Principal, Whitsunday Anglican School, closes - 30 August 2018

Principal - Whitsunday Anglican School

About the business and the role

Whitsunday Anglican School is an independent, co-educational day and boarding school with capacity for 830 students from K - 12. Situated in the beautiful surroundings of tropical Mackay and the Whitsundays, this school offers a first class education with a proven history of outstanding student and staff outcomes.   

With a holistic education focus, providing diverse growth opportunities for all stakeholders, this school community has a staff of approximately 120 - teaching, administration and services personnel.

The School Principal will be a highly motivated and enthusiastic professional who will work closely with the School Board, Staff, and the School community in order to foster a healthy, supportive environment.

The Information Booklet and application process for this prestigious career opportunity are available on our website under 'Our School / Employment' (www.was.qld.edu.au). All applications should be addressed to The Chair of the School Board, Mr D Watts.  

Commencement 1 January, 2019.

Job tasks and responsibilities

Please refer to the Information Booklet on the School's website.

Skills and experience

Please refer to the Information Booklet on the School's website.

Female Boarding Assistant, Dalby Christian College, closes - 31 August 2018

Female Boarding Assistant 

Dalby Christian College has a growing boarding enrolment and in 2015 opened a new boarding house, with a capacity of 32 students.

The College is seeking a Female Boarding Assistant to commence term 4, 2018.

The successful applicant would be required to work shifts between the hours of 6.30am and 10.30pm and would be required to have:

  • A passion to work with teenagers in a Christian context.
  • Excellent behaviour management and pastoral care skills.
  • An ability to work as collaborative member of the wider College team.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.


For further information and to receive an application pack please contact the College on 07 4672 4222 or office@dalbycc.qld.edu.au.

Applications close on Friday 31st August 2018.

Completed application forms are to be returned to the college office:
The Principal
2A Mary St
DALBY QLD 4405

Or office@dalbycc.qld.edu.au

Boarding Supervisor, Marist College Ashgrove, closes - 31 August 2018

Boarding Supervisor - Marist College Ashgrove

Marist College Ashgrove is a Catholic day and boarding school for boys in Years 5-12, situated in Brisbane's inner Northern suburbs. Inspired by the work of St Marcellin Champagnat, we pride ourselves on delivering excellent academic and career pathway results for our inclusive community of students.

The College has a vacancy for a Boarding Supervisor.

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 and under go a Police Check. The College is a non-smoking workplace.

To apply please send in your letter of application and resume via the College website or to hr@marash.qld.edu.au.  Applications close Friday 31st August 2018. 

Julie Ward
Head of Staff Services
Ph 3858 4643
hr@marash.qld.edu.au
Email: Please click the 'Apply Now' button below.

ABSA - Australian Boarding Schools Association