- Acting Head of Duggan House, Rostrevor College, Adelaide, SA - Closes 29 September 2022
- Residential House Supervisor, Esperance Anglican Community School, Esperance, WA - Closes 30 September 2022
- Boarding House Supervisor, Genazzano FCJ College Ltd, Melbourne, VIC - Closes 30 September 2022
- Boarding Supervisor, The Scots PGÇ College, Warwick, QLD - Closes 30 September 2022
- Head of Senior Residence, Scotch College, Perth WA - Closes 30 September 2022
- Head of Boarding House, Great Southern Grammar, Albany, WA - Closes 2 October 2022
- Assistant Director of Boarding, Saint Ignatius's College Riverview, Sydney, NSW - Closes 3 October 2022
- Boarding Coordinator, St Joseph's College, Hunters Hill, NSW - Closes 5 October 2022
- Boarding Supervisor, Santa Maria College, Perth - closes 5 October 2022
- Boarding House Parents Full-Time, Clontarf Aboriginal College - closes 7 October 2022
- Boarding House Assistants and Recreation Officers, Methodist Ladies' College, Perth, WA - Closes 8 October 2022
- School Boarding Staff - Residential Care, Worawa Aboriginal College, Healesville, VIC - Closes 8 October 2022
- Head of Boarding, Haileybury Rendall School, Darwin, NT - Closes 9 October 2022
- Boarding Housemother, St Mary's Anglican Girls' School, Perth WA - Closes 9 October 2022
- Residential Boys' Boarding Supervisor, St Philip's College, Alice Springs, NT - Closes 10 October 2022
- Head of Glengarry, The Scots College, Kangaroo Valley, NSW - Closes 10 October 2022
- Boarding Co-ordinator, St Vincent's College, Sydney, NSW - Closes 10 October 2022
- Boarding Coordinator, Abbotsleigh, Sydney - Closes 10 October 2022
- Boarding Manager, Torres Strait Kaziw Meta Inc, Thursday Island, QLD - Closes 12 October 2022
- Boarding House Supervisors, Mazenod College, Perth - closes 12 October 2022
- Boarding Academic Support, St Mary's Anglican Girls' School, Perth WA - Closes 16 October 2022
- Assistant Boarding Housemaster, The Southport School, Gold Coast, QLD - Closes 17 October 2022
- Boarding Housemaster, The Southport School, Gold Coast, QLD - Closes 17 October 2022
- Boarding Supervisor, John Paul College, Brisbane, QLD - Closes 28 October 2022
- Boarding House Mother, The Armidale School - closes 30 October 2022
- Assistant Director of School (Boarding), Dulwich International High School, Suzhou, China - Closes 30 November 2022
- Residential Boarding Supervisor, Clayfield College, Brisbane, QLD - Ongoing
- Senior House Parent (Male Boarding), Yirara College, Alice Springs, NT - Closes Ongoing
- Male and Female Boarding House Parents, Yirara College, Alice Springs, NT - Closes Ongoing
- House Parents to Indigenous Children, Marrara Christian College, NT - Ongoing
Acting Head of Duggan House
- ESO (Boarding)
- Residential role
- Grade 5
- Replacement – Term 4, 2022
- Full-time – Overnight shifts from Friday to Monday (inclusive)
Applications must include:
- Cover letter (1 page);
- Letter of Application (up to 3 pages) addressing the key areas of work outlined in the Position Information Document; and
- Rostrevor College Application for Employment Form.
Applicants may also elect to include a current Curriculum Vitae (up to 2 pages) if they wish.
Please address applications to Shana Bennett, Principal, and submit via email to email@example.com
Applications for this position will close at 9.00am on Thursday 29th September 2022.
The Resident House Supervisor plays a pivotal role in the day to day running of the House. It is vital that this position has a close and complementary working relationship with the Head of Boarding (HoB) and the House Mother. It is also important they can build up a good relationship with all those who live and work within the House.
The Resident House Supervisor’s involvement with the House must be proactive and they must be able to use their own initiative and be flexible as each new situation arises. A set of specific responsibilities is outlined below but the nature of the role is such that not all eventualities can be covered, and they may be asked to perform some duties not outlined.
A usual week will consist of the following shifts, but may be subject to change:
- Tuesday – Friday: 7AM – 9AM
- Wednesday – Thursday: 3PM – 9PM
- Friday – 3PM – 11PM
- Saturday – 7AM – 3PM
Resident House Supervisor is responsible for:
- Getting to know the individuals in McVay House and build a rapport with each individual
- Encourage each individual to attain their potential
- Ensuring that the daily routine is followed
- Responding to boarders’ requests as required including dealing with immediate boarder concerns and pastoral care issues
- Managing the Boarding House office as required including completing necessary forms
- Administering medications as required
- Communicating with parents/guardians as required while on duty
- Supervising homework as required
- Ensuring students have signed in and out
- At dinner - supervise laying and cleaning of tables, calling students to dinner, announcements to students, monitoring student behaviour and attendance
- Ensuring students are completing prep and liaise with Head of Boarding if academic assistance is required
- Routinely checking on maintenance requirements
- Completing any paperwork, filing, and duties as required by the Head of Boarding
- Completing any duties as required by the Head of Boarding
As well as the above regular duties, overnight duties will include:
- Turning on the final alarm and ensuring McVay House is locked
- Attending to any medical emergency as required
- Strong attention to detail
- Ability to work as a member of a team
- Proactive work ethic
- Ability to work unsupervised
- Friendly and professional manner
- Able to work outside of normal hours on occasions
- PTD Authorisation (F Extension)
- Community Surf Rescue Certificate
The Residential Supervisor directly reports to the Head of Boarding and should be consulted for all serious matters (missing boarder, suspected alcohol consumption, aggressive behaviour).
Pastoral care and minor behavioural issues should be discussed with the House Mother and/or Head of Boarding.
It is a requirement that the Residential Supervisor has completed the ABSA Duty of Care course (Book 1 and 2) as part of their appointment. Other on-going relevant professional development opportunities may be required to be completed throughout the course of employment, examples of these could be, but are not limited to, Senior First Aid, Youth Mental Health and Community Surf Rescue. Any opportunities or requests for PD should be discussed with the Head of Boarding.
Esperance Anglican Community School is committed to safeguarding children, and all staff are required to follow our Child Safe Policy and Procedures and our Code of Conduct; all staff will be vetted via checks on references, a federal police check and a Working with Children check.
Closing date for applications:
Applications accepted throughout the year
The Genazzano FCJ College Boarding House is a Catholic Boarding House that embodies the charism of our founders, the sisters Faithful Companions of Jesus and is inspired by Ignatian spirituality. The College shares with their community a future-oriented and distinctive learning culture guided by reflection, wisdom, and service and empowers young children to transform the world with hope and care. Each person's dignity is an essential element in how the College lives out its vision and promotes the safety, wellbeing, and inclusion of all children and young people.
EXPECTATIONS OF STAFF IN A CHILD SAFE SCHOOL
Genazzano FCJ College is committed to creating and maintaining a child safe environment in which all students, including Indigenous students, International students and students with special needs, feel safe and are safe. Our College actively promotes the safety and wellbeing of all students and all staff members are committed to protecting students from abuse or harm in the College environment, in accordance with their legal obligations including child safe standards. A condition of employment is that staff are deemed to be persons suitable to work with children. Genazzano FCJ College has a Child Safe Policy and a Child Safety Code of Conduct. All staff members of the school are subject to and expected to comply with the Child Safe Policy and the Child Safety Code of Conduct.
The Boarding House Supervisor will demonstrate a commitment to the values, mission and vision of Genazzano FCJ College, as well as the skills and knowledge to facilitate their achievement.
- To ensure the provision of a high level of quality care, supervision and pastoral support to the boarders.
- To provide an inclusive environment where staff work together to deliver equitable access while accommodating the diversity of needs of all students.
- To undertake the role of Supervisor in a way that espouses the ethos and values of the College
This is a permanent ongoing position with approximately 18 - 25 hours of work per week on a rotating roster, including evening and overnight shifts.
Meals will be provided whilst supervising. Hours of duty are worked during term time only. Some out of hours work maybe required, generally at the commencement and the end of terms or for special events.
Please see the attached Position Description for more information.
Applications close on Friday 30 September 2022 at 4.00pm.
Previous applicants need not apply.
Full Job Description
We are seeking to appoint people who are passionate about supporting the needs of our students who spend the majority of the year living away from home. For many of our students, boarding provides them with the opportunity to engage in learning and co-
curricular activities that may otherwise not be available to them.
Our Boarding House Supervisors provide supervision of students within the Boarding House and at activities. They also work as a team to monitor and support the physical and emotional wellbeing of each student.
We have part-time and casual vacancies in Girls’ and Boys’ Boarding to commence as soon as possible.
We are a co-educational day and boarding school in a beautiful rural setting on the outskirts of the city of Warwick, about two hours from the state capital, Brisbane. With a student population from Prep to Year 12, we offer a uniquely personalised education
where both breadth and balance are features of our program.
An integral element of College life is our emphasis on character development. We want our students to challenge themselves to reach their full potential. Therefore, it is no wonder that people often say – this is the school where country values inspire excellence!
To inspire students to be their best.
We affirm five values that underpin all that we seek to achieve for the students of SCOTS PGC;
- - Spirit
- - Tenacity
- - Authenticity
- - Excellence
- - Respect
1. A passion for working with young people.
2. Be a happy, caring, and positive person.
3. A practical understanding of the physical, emotional, and social issues facing students from a diverse range of backgrounds, living in a residential environment.
4. The ability to work effectively as a part of a small, dedicated team.
5. Qualifications in Counselling or Youth Work would be highly desirable.
6. Current Open class driver’s licence and the ability to drive a mini-bus.
7. The ability to commit to working outside of normal hours, including evenings and weekends.
8. The ability to obtain a Positive Notice (Blue Card) for child-related employment in Queensland.
Applicants must also be aware of the Queensland Government’s announcement regarding a planned Health Direction that will require all staff working in an education setting to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by 23 January 2022.
How to apply
Applications should be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications should include:
1. A letter of application addressed to the Principal, Mr Kyle Thompson.
2. A statement addressing the key selection criteria.
3. Current resume outlining your career and education history.
4. Contact details of at least two professional referees.
The successful applicant will be subject to employment screening, which will include;
1. Reference checking and verification of employment history
2. Criminal history check
The College is committed to providing a safe environment for all students and staff. Applicants must be committed to the values of our child-safe environment and work health and safety principles.
Blue Card process
The successful applicant must have a current Paid Employee Blue Card before commencing in the position. We strongly encourage all applicants to begin the application process as soon as possible.
Enquiries can be directed to the Head of People and Culture on 07 4666 9811 or
Scotch College Perth has a rare opportunity for an enthusiastic and passionate teaching academic, with demonstrated ability to lead within a boarding community and fill the position of Head of Senior School Residence. The Head of Senior School Residence is a crucial member of the senior pastoral team in Boarding and has, as their primary responsibility, the pastoral care of residential students and their families within a residence. This pastoral care will be exercised through the development of a relationship with each resident and parents so that each boy is able to grow to his full potential in a supportive and caring residential environment.
This is a full-time position, which will incorporate a 0.6 teaching load in your area of expertise and a 0.4 time allocation for the additional responsibilities and after-hours boarding house supervision. The successful candidate will commence in January 2023 and be provided with a competitive remuneration package, as well as one of the College’s onsite residences.
Our ideal candidate will:
- Possess demonstrated effective leadership skills with the ability to inspire students
- Contribute to the identifiable and positive Boarding community culture
- Form strong relationships with the broader Boarding Community
- Possess strong communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to mentor and provide excellent pastoral care
- Demonstrate an understanding of cultural diversity
- Utilise ICT systems in the workplace
- Embrace Scotch College values of Service, Integrity, and Stewardship, underpinned by the values of the Uniting Church in Australia
Scotch College highly values teachers with an enthusiasm for and skills in collaborative teaching and learning, a commitment to pastoral care and a willingness to be involved in a significant co-curricular programme of sports, arts, clubs, and academic support. In return Scotch College offers a supportive team environment, excellent resources, career enhancing professional development opportunities and opportunities for innovation. Our employee value proposition also highlights our commitment to our staff though our sense of community and our workplace culture, environment, benefits, and opportunities.
Transition, belonging and preparing for life, every aspect of Scotch College is influenced by the developmental needs of the boys and the College’s Boarding Programme is no exception to this. Boarding students develop a sense of belonging, create lifelong friendships and be part of a local community. The Boarding programme offers students the upmost in pastoral care, a tutoring system, state of the art facilities, weekend activities and a safe and caring environment, which sets the boys up for success emotionally, socially, and academically. The Residential College overlooks 15 hectares of playing fields and is currently home to 140 boys, from Years 7 to 12. Current residential students originate from regional areas within Western Australia, as well as overseas countries such as America, South Africa, Indonesia, China, Germany, Malaysia, and Singapore.
Scotch College Western Australia is one of Australia’s leading schools for boys and is an Independent School of the Uniting Church. The College is located 9kms due west of the City of Perth in the beach side Western suburb of Swanbourne. The School has been at the forefront of education since its foundation in 1897. Throughout its long history, the School has upheld a tradition of excellence that is reflected in a wide and progressive curriculum. At Scotch College, learning is more than academics; it is a total picture, which provides a balance between a student’s intellectual, physical, emotional, relational and spiritual needs.
Scotch College is an International Baccalaureate (IB) World School which offers a learning programme based on the Western Australian and Australian Curriculum, and a choice in Years 11 & 12 of three pathways; WACE, VET or IB Diploma. Scotch College is committed to the careers of its staff. The opportunity to work in the International Baccalaureate programme makes Scotch staff employable all around the world. In a joint venture with the tertiary sector, an enhancing classroom practice programme is offered to assist teachers to further develop their classroom skills and teaching repertoire.
As an Apple Distinguished School, a cutting edge ILT system is in place to ensure teachers have the best technology at their disposal for the development of effective and innovative learning. An extensive co-curricular programme assists teachers build relationships with their peers, students and their families outside the classroom. The course management structure gives staff the opportunity to gain experience in managing and coordinating curriculum areas and the pastoral care process allows all staff to actively engage with boys and their parents.
The successful candidate will be required to provide evidence of a current Working with Children Check (WWCC), a National Police Clearance and a COVID-19 digital vaccination certificate.
Scotch College takes child protection seriously. All candidates for roles at Scotch College are subject to screening and assessment against child safety standards as part of the recruitment process.
Applications are to be addressed to the Headmaster and submitted via the SEEK website. Further information can be found on the Scotch College website: www.scotch.wa.edu.au/view/employment
Closing Date 30 September 4PM
** If you are applying for this role, visit the School’s website to apply. Please do not apply via Seek **
Great Southern Grammar is an independent, Christian, coeducational residential and day school for students Pre-Kindergarten to Year 12. Our mission is to provide to provide a first-class education built on the principles of the Christian faith and led by highly committed staff. The School opened in 1999 and is located on 144 acres (58ha) adjoining Oyster Harbour in Albany. We like to say, wide-open spaces equal wide-open futures.
In this role you have the opportunity to manage the day-to-day operations of a Year 7-9 boys' or girls' boarding house and support and mentor students in a holistic manner with a focus on positive academic and well-being outcomes.
It is a unique role in that you will join a vibrant team of Boarding House leaders in a magnificent regional location. Together this team of four collaborate and drive a successful regional boarding program that offers young people the opportunity to develop life skills, social and emotional skills alongside academics. Each leader resides in the accommodation attached to the Boarding House they are responsible for.
A variety of flexible options are available for this position, including teaching (up to 0.4FTE) or non-teaching. Applicants interested in combining a teaching role are requested to indicate this in their application.
Remuneration includes onsite accommodation suitable for an individual, couple or family.
For more information regarding this position and the selection criteria, please refer to the Position Description on the School's website here.
We are looking for someone who has:
- experience dealing with young people which may or may not include residential experience;
- the ability to provide an enriching home and learning environment for boarding students;
- highly capable interpersonal and communication skills;
- the ability to build and maintain strong and collaborative relationships with students, parents and colleagues;
- flexibility with regard to working hours and resilience in working through complex situations;
- capable leadership and has the ability to work operationally and strategically; and
- high professionalism and thrives on working as a team.
Employment Conditions and Benefits
- Fixed term, 2 years plus 3-year option, commencing in January 2023.
- Onsite accommodation suitable for an individual, couple or family.
- School fee concessions.
- Employee assistance program.
- Learning and development opportunities.
Visit the Employment page of the School’s website and follow the instructions of how to apply. Only applications received via this method will be considered.
Applications close on 2 October 2022.
Questions specific to the advertised position, please contact Ms Vanessa Bromhead on (08) 9844 0421.
The School is fully committed to the protection of children. Successful applicants must satisfy child protection screening and adhere to the School’s Child Protection policies.
Saint Ignatius’ College Riverview was established in 1880 as a Catholic boys’ school in the Jesuit tradition. Located in Lane Cove, Sydney, Cammeraigal Country, this leading independent school delivers a holistic education to both day and boarding students from Years 5 to 12.
As one of the most prominent schools in New South Wales, Riverview aims to transform young men by empowering them to strive for excellence in all areas of their lives - in their studies and their co-curriculum activities, underpinned by a deepening experience of their faith and involvement in the Ignatian Service Program.
The College is inviting applications for the ongoing, full-time position of Assistant Director of Boarding to commence Term 1, 2023.
The Assistant Director of Boarding is a member of the Director of Boarding team, which is inspired at all times by the highest Ignatian ideals of Companionship. The role of the Assistant Director of Boarding is to lead the Junior Division and provide leadership support to the Director of Boarding. You will provide for the physical, spiritual and emotional welfare of all boys in the Year 7 Division. This can also occasionally include Year 6 boarders. The Assistant Director of Boarding will be an outstanding teacher who models excellence in the classroom and the Ignatian values of justice, service, discernment, conscience and courage.
The successful applicant will have:
- Commitment to Catholic education in the Jesuit tradition and a willingness to contribute to the life of the College.
- Demonstrated management and leadership skills
- Strong collaborative skills and is able to manage complex relationships within a community
- Ability to provide effective, collaborative, dynamic, innovative and strategic leadership in the area of boarding
- Extensive knowledge and expertise in current pedagogical philosophy and practice in the context of Australian curriculum.
- Superior interpersonal, oral and written communication skills and people management skills.
- Ability to empower staff to achieve their potential.
- Proven ability to plan and achieve strategic outcomes.
- Connectedness to the wider learning communities in schools.
- Commitment to ongoing professional learning including remaining current with global best practice.
- A history of high integrity including sound judgement and ethical professional conduct
HOW TO APPLY
Application must be submitted via our online system and should include the following information in PDF format:
- Cover letter
- Resume which includes details of qualifications, relevant experience and the names and contact details of three referees
- Copies of academic transcripts
Applications close Monday 3rd October 2022
For all questions related to this position please contact Billie Trkulja email@example.com
Previous applicants need not apply
Saint Ignatius' College Riverview is committed to protecting children and young people from harm. We require all applicants to undergo an extensive screening process prior to appointment.
Full-time, contracted position, commencing Term 1, 2023
Founded in 1881 by the Marist Brothers, St Joseph’s College is a boarding and day secondary boys’ school, whose Catholic identity is shaped by Marist spirituality and traditions. Governed by Marist Schools Australia, the College enrolment is approximately 1,100 students.
Full-time, contracted position, commencing Term 1, 2023
St Joseph’s College has a proud, successful, and rich tradition of care of each individual Boarding and Day student. As the largest boys’ boarding school in Australia, Boarding Coordinators teach as well as hold senior positions in the College. The successful applicant will be an outstanding leader of young men and be able to demonstrate pastoral leadership with highly developed communication, interpersonal and organisational skills. Applicants with qualifications and experience in a boarding context will be well regarded. An attractive remuneration and accommodation package is offered to the successful applicant.
The successful applicant will work in a modern work environment, with a very positive and supportive culture, located close to public transport. Some of the benefits include a competitive salary with salary packaging options, professional development opportunities and lunch provided daily.
Further information, including comprehensive role descriptions, is available on the College website www.joeys.org.
Applications should reach the College by Wednesday 5 October 2022.
Child Protection screening procedures apply.
Santa Maria College is an all girls' Catholic College, founded by the Sisters of Mercy with 1,280 students from Year 5 to Year 12 which includes 150 boarders. Our boarding students live in our four boarding houses overlooking the Swan River in Attadale and are cared for by eight Boarding Supervisors. We provide a positive, nurturing environment for our girls and a friendly and supportive work place for our staff.
The role is a full-time 1 year fixed term position, with the possibility of ongoing. Commencing in Term 1 2023. The role is overnight during rostered shifts.
The Boarding Supervisor directly manages girls from Years 7 to 12 living away from home in a Boarding House. This role is term time only and is in partnership with another Boarding Supervisor.
The role of the Boarding Supervisor is to:
- Promote the Catholic and Mercy ethos of the College
- Supervise and care for girls within your House with compassion, consistency and fairness
- Mentor and guide students in study time
- Support and supervise girls' involvement in recreational activities, outings and off campus functions
- Oversee the health and medical care of the girls in your House in conjunction with the College Nurse
- Establish positive connections with the girls' families
- Maintain a positive, clean, safe and well maintained House
The successful applicant will require the following:
- Compassion for and interest in young people.
- Experience in other boarding roles will be highly regarded
- Empathy and patience.
- A demonstrated ability to work independently, and as part of a team.
- Highly developed communication skills.
- Current First Aid certificate
- Working With Children Check
- Nationally Co-ordinated Criminal History Check
- Completion of 'Duty of Care' course
- Confidence in driving 12 seat commuter van.
- Well developed Information Technology skills
- F class bus license is desirable.
The Boarding Community provides an excellent environment, with outstanding facilities. Our Mercy values provide the foundation of all we do. We offer a positive learning environment where all staff and students are encouraged to strive for excellence to reach their potential.
Applications close Wednesday, 5 October 2022 at 9.00 am.
A full Position Description and further information about the College is available on our website www.santamaria.wa.edu.au/employment
Clontarf Aboriginal College is a co-educational Catholic Aboriginal Boarding School in Perth that caters for Indigenous students in Years 7-12. We are seeking applications for the position of Boarding House Parents for our on-site boarding facility for immediate start and positions for 2023.
The role will involve leading and supervising young male and female Aboriginal students in a residential environment, contributing to their social, emotional, educational, physical and spiritual development. Shifts are rotated on weekdays and weekends and the House Parent is required to stay overnight.
- Experience in working with young males and females in leadership and support roles
- To be supportive of the Catholic ethos of Clontarf Aboriginal College
- The willingness to be a positive role model for male and female students
- Ability to problem solve, use initiative and be flexible
- Ability to work in a team environment
- Current "C" Class Driver's Licence with PTD Authorisation (or willing to obtain ASAP)
- National Criminal History Check to be obtained: www.education.wa.edu.au/ncchc
- Current Working with Children Check – forms can be obtained from participating Australia Post outlets: https://auspost.com.au/locate/?services=86
- Current “HR” or “MR” Class Driver's Licence.
- Experience in Boarding and Residential Care or Youth Work
- Senior First Aid Certificate
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.
To apply, please complete the “Non-Teaching Staff Application Form” located on our website, provide your resume and a cover letter addressed to the Principal by Friday 7 October 2022.
Please email applications to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Flexible Boarding House Opportunities
MLC is a team of more than 500 full-time, part-time and casual professionals who work together for two common goals: to make our College a fantastic place to work, and to ensure our College is a centre of learning excellence.
Our Boarding House residentially accommodates @ 80 girls from Years 7 to 12. We seek enthusiastic and dedicated staff to maintain our warm homely environment and supportive pastoral care program.
Recreation Officers (Part-time and Casual)
Our Recreation Officers co-ordinate sport and recreation programmes for our Boarding students. These flexible and versatile positions will require regular rostered weekend work and would be ideal for students studying teaching, PE or other related disciplines.
NB: Please clearly state on your application you are applying for Recreation Officer.
Boarding House Assistants (Part-time and Casual)
Our Boarding House Assistants deliver compassionate support and home care to Boarding students by creating and maintaining an inviting homely environment for our girls, working on a rotating sleep over roster.
NB: Please clearly state on your application you are applying for Boarding House Assistant.
For detailed position descriptions please visit the 'Careers' page of our website at www.mlc.wa.edu.au.
MLC is committed to the safety and wellbeing of our students, staff and College community. Employees will be required to satisfy the College that they are conversant and compliant relevant College policies and guidelines relating to Child Safety and Protection.
Please apply online immediately and address your application to the Principal, Dr Marie Perry. For further information regarding this position please contact Human Resources on (08) 9383 0226.
The College is an equal opportunity employer and reserves the right to appoint at any stage throughout the process.
Worawa are seeking boarding staff who can provide a supportive, nurturing environment as positive role models for our students to maintain a safe, secure and respectful residential environment.
- Start date: Immediate start
- Full time and Part time opportunities available
- Accommodation provided whilst on shift
Located on a beautiful 136 acre property in the Yarra Valley (60 kilometres from the Melbourne CBD), Worawa Aboriginal College is a boarding school for Aboriginal girls in their secondary years of schooling. An Aboriginal initiative, Worawa is an Independent school, owned and governed by Aboriginal people, and operates on a philosophy of ‘Walking Together to Make a Difference’.
A full boarding school, Worawa was established as a response to the needs of Aboriginal adolescents and the difficulties these young people experience in the mainstream educational system. The diversity of Aboriginal Australia is reflected in the student population drawn from communities across the country. Worawa provides a holistic education based on an integrated Education, Culture, and Wellbeing model.
Worawa are seeking boarding staff who can provide a supportive, nurturing environment as positive role models for our students to maintain a safe, secure and respectful residential environment. These are residential positions requiring overnight stay. You would be responsible for ensuring the successful daily operation of the house including supervising and accompanying the students on any after-hours and/or weekend activities. These positions also work closely with the Wellbeing team.
Boarding staff work across a 7 day roster, including nights and weekends. Whilst on shift, the boarding team are provided with private ensuited accommodation rooms and all meals are included.
THE SUCCESSFUL APPLICANT MUST HAVE:
- Experience in a similar position working with adolescents in a residential environment
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and an ability to build strong relationships and connect with students
- Good time management and organisational skills to provide consistency and routine
- An ability to manage and remain calm in difficult situations and diffuse escalated behaviours
- Demonstrated ability to work as a member of a team as well as being able to work autonomously unsupervised
- Solid understanding of Health and Safety requirements including Child Safety regulations
- Certificate in Community Services or similar (or working towards/interested in completing)
- Current Working with Children Check and Police Check
- A current Victorian Driver’s license
- Experience working with Aboriginal communities
- Experience driving a small 11 seater school bus
Worawa Aboriginal College is committed to child safety and has zero tolerance for child abuse.
Haileybury Rendall School is part of the Haileybury Community. The School is acclaimed for its outstanding academic achievements, strong social justice program and international engagement. Further information on Haileybury Rendall School is available at www.haileyburyrendall.com.au
Haileybury Rendall School is seeking a Head of Boarding. This is a fulltime, permanent position commencing January 2023.
The Head of Boarding is an integral member of the Haileybury Rendall School Leadership team, this role will guide best practices in boarding and pastoral care, lead, mentor and support student and staff across the boarding community.
The well-established nature of the boarding environment and its infrastructure, combined with the need to grow enrolments in Madjirra, presents a unique, rewarding and exciting opportunity for an experienced boarding leader.
Key Selection Criteria:
• Demonstrated leadership ability in boarding
• Ability to work under limited direction, either independently or as a member of a team
• A commitment to excellence in all aspects of boarding operations
• A knowledge of the unique requirements for Indigenous boarders from remote communities
• A knowledge of the unique requirements of international boarders from across south-east Asia.
• Proven high levels of communication and interpersonal skills
• Ability to foster the support and cooperation of a wide range of people, constructively manage conflict and deliver expert advice and reports
• Appropriate tertiary and/or recognised teaching qualifications
• Ability to obtain a Working With Children Card (Ochre Card)
• Extensive experience and background working in school settings and/or significant experience working with adolescents.
• Experience in supporting student wellbeing
• A knowledge of the principles of restorative practice in a school and boarding context
• Leadership experience or experience managing and leading a team of staff
• International student boarding experience
Haileybury is committed to a Child Safe school environment and we have extensive recruitment and screening processes in place.
To view the position description, please click on the Attachment below
To apply, please select the "APPLY" button on the Seek Advertisement. https://www.seek.com.au/job/58466444?savedSearchID=4d0d733e-a433-11e8-93a9-af02c37c02ed&type=promoted&tracking=JMC-SAU-eDM-JobmailLite-SEEKSelectTop1-6678
Applications close on 9 October 2022 at 6pm. Interviews may commence prior to the closing date
St Mary's Anglican Girls' School is an independent day and boarding school for 1450 girls from Kindergarten to Year 12. The School is located close to the ocean in the northern suburb of Karrinyup and, during term time, is home to more than 185 boarders.
We are looking for a warm and welcoming individual, preferably with boarding experience, to act as an outstanding role model for our girls. This is a full time role commencing 25 January 2023.
The role of a Boarding Housemother is to ensure our boarders are safe and supported, assisting them to manage the many demands of living away from home. It includes supervising the girls in both their study and leisure time and helping the girls adhere to set guidelines with regards to daily schedules, school attendance and meals. Our Boarding Housemothers are an integral part of the Boarding House Team and are pivotal in the care of the boarders at St Mary's.
The ability to build rapport and communicate positively and effectively with boarders, families and staff is essential. Previous experience in a boarding house setting or school environment will be well regarded.
Applications close midnight Sunday 9 October 2022. Applications will be assessed as they are received and interviews may be arranged prior to the closing date.
To view the full job description and apply please visit the St Mary's website at https://www.stmarys.wa.edu.au/st-marys-careers
RESIDENTIAL SUPERVISOR, BOYS BOARDING HOUSE
St Philip’s College is seeking expressions of interest for a responsible and nurturing Residential Supervisor for the Boys Boarding House. The Residential Supervisor’s primary role is to support the academic, social, and emotional well-being of boarding students.
Residential Supervisors must communicate effectively with students and staff to develop positive relationships and create an engaging ‘home away from home’, ensuring our students feel safe, respected, and encouraged.
Our ideal candidate will have experience in a similar role and be available to work various weekday evenings and weekend shifts.
Accommodation within the boarding house is provided. This is a voluntary agreement separate to the initial employment arrangement.
This role requires:
Previous experience working with young people preferred
Ability to be respectful, firm, fair, and consistent in the delivery of discipline when required
A valid Working with Children (ochre card) or the ability to obtain
Express your interest:
If you are interested in this position, please submit a current resume to email@example.com or call 08 89 506 208 for more information.
The Scots College is an innovative and creative teaching and learning environment for boys T-12. We pride ourselves on our quest for excellence, our faith and tradition and a culture of leadership through teams for both our students and staff.
Glengarry is a unique outdoor education, six-month residential experience for all Year 9 students. This unique program is conducive to boys’ rapid social, physical and mental development. A rite of passage into manhood.
Located in the pristine Kangaroo Valley, two hours south-west of Sydney, Glengarry provides a learning environment with the highest level of Outdoors NSW & ACT accreditation with extensive state-of-the-art safety and risk management procedures.
Introduced in 2012, The Long Journey Home, a hike of over 200 kilometres concludes the boys’ time at Glengarry and takes them home to Bellevue Hill.
About the position
To find out more about the position and program, please review the Glengarry Prospectus here.
We offer outstanding opportunities for professional development, a supportive work environment and new experiences.
Candidates must demonstrate a positive support for the Christian values of a Presbyterian GPS School.
All applicants must have a current NSW Working with Children Clearance. Information on obtaining a Working with Children Clearance Number can be found here.
How to apply
To learn more about this position and to apply, please visit our website: https://www.tsc.nsw.edu.au/careers-at-scots/
Please register your interest by 5:00pm, Monday 10 October 2022.
The Scots College reserves the right not to proceed with any appointment.
St Vincent's College
POTTS POINT, NSW
Boarding Staff Position
Applications Close: 10 October 2022
St Vincent's College is a Catholic Day and Boarding College for girls in Years 7 to 12. The College was founded by the Sisters of Charity in 1858 and is now under the stewardship of Mary Aikenhead Ministries. The College fosters creativity, discernment and leadership in the development of students to be courageous women of action.
Situated in Potts Point the College is in a unique position to offer a truly city-based education to rural and regional boarding students.
The College is seeking to appoint a Boarding Co-ordinator to join the College Staff to offer pastoral care to boarding students. A Boarding Co-ordinator's role is diverse. It requires a responsible adult who, working under the Director of Boarding, creates a relationship of care and responsibility for a particular group of students before and after school and on weekends. The role will include passive overnight duty. It is desired that the successful applicant be confident in communicating with parents and adolescents, be able to provide assistance during study times and be competent in assisting with activities and duty of care of students in and outside of the school grounds.
All applicants must follow the application instructions.
All applications with an Application for Employment form (from the College web site), Application Letter, CV, transcripts of qualifications, WWCC number, Statement of Service, if applicable and details of 3 referees should be sent by email to :
Welcome to the community of Abbotsleigh. Abbotsleigh is a pre-Kindergarten to Year 12 Anglican day and Boarding school for girls. Our curriculum is broad and encourages all areas of creativity and innovation, from our earliest learners to our Senior Girls. Abbotsleigh is a leading independent girls’ school where staff possess the highest professional skills and actively support our Christian ethos.
We operate 4 separate boarding houses, for girls Years 7 – 12 from metropolitan Sydney, regional NSW, interstate, and international locations. We offer full and weekly boarding options to our families. Like our School, our boarding houses are vibrant and welcoming places for our girls to grow and develop into amazing young women of great character.
About the Role:
The primary role of the Boarding Coordinator is to supervise the physical, emotional, and spiritual development of the girls under their care, providing a link between the Boarding School and the Day School. Fostering and managing excellent relationships with parents by engaging in proactive communication is essential for the holistic development of our girls. Boarding Coordinators reside in onsite provided accommodation during term time and assist in the planning and directing of various events and age-appropriate activities for the benefit of boarders. This includes the implementation of policies and procedures to facilitate this process in keeping with the mission, values and goals of the School.
The Boarding Coordinator manages their own team of staff to ensure the goals and objectives of the boarding school program are achieved and that individual boarders are personally known, cared for and feel valued as a member of the Abbotsleigh Boarding community.
The Boarding Coordinator works on average 43 hours per week over a cyclical 8-week roster as directed by the Head of Boarding. This will include weekday shifts and rotational on-call weekends in addition to attending formal School and boarding events from time to time.
- You possess relevant qualifications and/or experience in the field of education, nursing, counselling, residential care, or other related industry, where you have developed significant leadership and management capabilities.
- You have a demonstrated enthusiasm to work with adolescents in a residential setting and are dedicated to supporting their physical, emotional, academic, social, and spiritual needs.
- You have well-developed interpersonal and communication skills to foster and maintain positive, professional relationships with all major stakeholders in a school setting.
- You have or are willing to attain, specific boarding qualifications including First Aid and CPR, Youth Mental Health First Aid, and ABSA Duty of Care Books I and II.
- You have a positive attitude, and a sense of humour, and possess the ability to work autonomously but also contribute creatively and supportively to an established and successful team of Boarding Coordinators.
- On-the-job training and career development opportunities
- We are a professional, supportive, and welcoming team
- Accommodation is provided, which is maintained by the School.
- Partners and families are welcome to live on site. All dependants over 18 years of age will require a Working With Children Check (WWCC) and abide by the School’s rental agreement
- Term time meals, onsite parking and use of school facilities, including the gym, tennis courts and Aquatic Centre
- Abbotsleigh is a smoke-free environment, and smoking is not permitted on the premises.
How to apply:
Please ensure your application includes the following information
- A cover letter addressed to the attention of Mrs. Chemane Fairleigh – Head of Boarding, which details why you wish to join the Abbotsleigh Boarding team and how your knowledge, skills and expertise will benefit our boarding community
- Your current resume, including qualifications and your previous related work experience
- The names and contact details of two professional referees
Applications close 10 October 2022
TORRES STRAIT KAZIW META INC
Torres Strait Kaziw Meta Inc (Kaziw Meta) provides a safe, family focused home away from home, for Torres Strait Islander children in years 7 to 12, who are educated at Tagai State College. Our vision is to be the preferred boarding facility to Torres Strait Islander students.
The Kaziw Meta Boarding Manager is responsible for developing, planning, evaluating, and leading the implementation and management of the Boarding Program, ensuring legislative compliance, and the safety and wellbeing of Boarders and Boarding Employees.
The Boarding Manager participates as a proactive member of the Kaziw Meta senior management team, evaluating the Boarding Program and seeking opportunities to improve boarding operations and services, in line with Kaziw Meta strategies and goals.
This role reports directly to the Chief Executive Officer.
To be successful in this role, you will have:
- Experience in a similar role with a good understanding of boarding facility operations and processes
- A solid understanding of the issues impacting upon Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, and a demonstrated commitment to their rights, needs and aspirations
- Demonstrated experience managing programs in remote Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Island communities
- Strong time management and organisational skills with the ability to prioritise, multitask and work under pressure
- Strong Interpersonal, Communication, Negotiation and Leadership skills.
- Current Queensland Working with Children Check (Blue Card)
- QLD Drivers Licence
- Queensland light rigid (LR) class driver’s licence or willingness to obtain
- Tertiary qualifications in Education, Community Services, Social Work, Youth Work and/or
- Minimum 3 years’ experience in a similar role
- Demonstrated Experience and ability to work and liaise with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and organisations
- Current First Aid Certificate (HLTAID011)
- Current CPR Certificate (HLTAID009)
If you are interested in this role, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request an application kit and position description.
To apply for the role, provide the following as part of your application:
- Letter of application for the role
- Resume including 2 references contactable by both phone and email
- A response to the Selection Criteria, as detailed in the Boarding Manager Application Kit
Applications close 5pm, Wednesday 12 October 2022 and should be sent via email to: email@example.com
Download the following:
Commencing 2023 school year
The Principal of Mazenod College welcomes applications from interested members of the community to be employed as Boarding House Supervisors in our Cebula Boarding Community. The Boarding Supervisor is in a position of immense trust and must be committed to ensure that the safety and wellbeing of children is foremost in their decision making and actions in the performance of their role. Boarding supervisors provide high quality supervision while maintaining appropriate behaviours when engaging with children that are consistent with College policies as well as legislative requirements.
Three supervision types are available;
- Weekend Boarding Supervisor
Boarding Supervisors are an integral part of the Cebula Boarding Community and are essential to the pastoral well-being of our boarding students. The Boarding Supervisor will promote the safety and wellbeing of children from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds as well as children of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent.
Shifts available include Friday, Saturday, Sunday from 5pm to 10.30pm, Saturday, Sunday from 9am to 5pm. Applications are welcome from suitable candidates who may want one or multiple shifts.
2. Boarding Supervisor in Residence
This position is an exciting opportunity for people looking to have flexibility with their work arrangements and access to accommodation and meals. The successful applicant will also play a vital role in the pastoral development and growth of young men who live away from home while they embark on their secondary educational journey.
The position can be full time or part time and the structure of the shifts over the fortnight roster is negotiable. The terms of residency are flexible and negotiable with the preferred applicant. The residency component of the role (i.e. days required in overnight residency) is flexible and negotiable. Residential Boarding Supervisors enter into an agreement where they receive accommodation and meals gratis while undertaking to participate in the life of the Boarding and College communities. When the supervisor is in residence, they are provided with an apartment free of rent, meals, utilities including internet and cleaning services.
3. Active Night Duty
This supervision shift is from 10pm to 7am. Responsibilities include completing daily administration tasks, regular dorm/ house checks, monitoring CCTV, responding to student needs as required and other assigned tasks.
On appointment, the successful applicants will require a current Police Clearance, Working with Children check and a First Aid certificate.
Details about the application process and role descriptions can be found on the College website (https://www.mazenod.wa.edu.au/our-school/employment).
Applications close Wednesday 5pm, 12 October 2022
All staff are expected to be supportive of the Oblate values and ethos of the College as well as its co-curricular activities. Mazenod College is committed to the safety and wellbeing of our students, staff and College community.
Mazenod College encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with a disability, people of all ages and people from culturally diverse backgrounds. To be eligible to apply for this role you must be legally permitted to work in Australia.
St Mary’s Anglican Girls’ School is an independent day and boarding school for over 1450 girls from Kindergarten to Year 12. The school is located close to the ocean in the northern suburb of Karrinyup and, during term time, is home to over 185 boarders.
Anne Symington House is a large boarding house located on campus and is a welcoming, term-time home for all of of our boarders.
An exciting opportunity exists for an engaging and innovative educator to broaden their academic experience through involvement in the warm, caring boarding context of St Mary’s Anglican Girls’ School.
This role is a part-time, fixed term position working term-time only from January to September 2023 to cover a staff member on parental leave. Part-time hours on campus are Monday to Thursday 4pm to 9pm.
We are seeking to appoint an inspirational teacher to assist the boarders academically, supporting them to establish effective study, organisational and life skills for the future. This part-time role also involves monitoring and reporting on student progress and general management of the preparatory program.
The successful applicant will have strong experience in the education sector with excellent communication and organisational skills. Demonstrated academic mentoring experience, strong upper school Maths and English and experience in teaching English as an Additional Language will be well regarded.
Applications close midnight Sunday 16 October 2022. Interviews may be scheduled prior to the closing date with the possibility of the position being filled prior to the closing date.
To view the full position description and apply for this position, click 'apply' to be redirected to the St Mary's website (www.stmarys.wa.edu.au).
(Residential position – January 2023)
The Southport School (TSS) is a leading Anglican Boarding and Day school for boys situated on the Gold Coast. The Southport School has been established for 121 years on the banks of the beautiful Nerang River in the heart of Surfers Paradise. Our 320-student strong boarding community delivers a rich cultural diversity to our School and is an integral feature of TSS since the first boarders arrived in 1909. We know that our boarders bring to TSS personal qualities, and attributes that combined with our greater student body, creates a unique and vibrant School community.
The Southport School now has an exciting opportunity in the role of Assistant Boarding Housemaster in Thorold House commencing in January 2023. This role provides a unique and wonderful opportunity for candidates to gain valuable experience working in an extremely well-resourced and experienced boarding community alongside the Boarding Housemaster in a key leadership role in the boarding house. This role works with and in support of the boarding house staff as well as being integral to providing that home away from home environment and primary care for the boys in the House. The role will assist with general day-to-day boarding house operations as well as being responsible for ensuring that all staff and students play their part in ensuring a child safe culture, and the wellbeing of the boys in the house is at the heart of everything we do.
We are excited to hear from candidates who are focused on a career pathway in Boarding and who aspire to lead their own boarding house. Candidates may have had some previous exposure in a Boarding environment or recent leadership experience in delivering pastoral care and student focused wellbeing health programs. This role will have a teaching load and we would love you to share your preferred teaching areas and related experience with us along with any additional co-curricular involvement or contribution in your current school community.
What to include:
Candidates in their application are encouraged to expand on their:
- Boarding experience or articulate an understanding of both the demands and/or challenges of a boarding environment (if no recent experience).
- Involvement in, or leadership of, a pastoral care or student wellbeing programs (not necessarily in a boarding setting);
- A personal statement identifying the way in which the candidate would contribute and value-add to the boarding house and wider community.
Candidates must be willing to support the Code of Conduct and Christian Ethos of the School and must hold, QCT registration. All applicants will be required to provide a recent criminal history check certificate upon request and submit to the Anglican Diocese National Register check in support of student protection recruitment and suitability protocols.
How to apply:
All applications must be submitted online and completed in full. Only applications submitted online will be considered. Applications close on Monday 17th October at 8.00am. Candidates may be contacted and invited to attend an interview prior to the closing date.
The Human Resources Manager
The Southport School
2 Winchester Street
Southport, QLD 4215.
(Residential position - January 2023)
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 (TSS) has been established for 121 years and 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 personal qualities and give the School a unique soul, a life and sense of community.
We now have a wonderful opportunity commencing January 2023 for an experienced Assistant Housemaster or Boarding Housemaster to lead our beloved Delpratt House in our iconic clocktower building. This role requires a special leader who understands the unique needs and challenges that are faced by our young people and their families as they journey through their formative and educational years in our boarding community.
We are very keen to meet candidates who have an intuitive and demonstrable blend of empathy, compassion, structure, organisational and pastoral leadership and who also provide a sense of safety and security for our students and their families in their home away from home. This role carries responsibility for the house and its operations including managing the residential team. Importantly, this role is not only responsible for providing primary care to the boys in the house and ensuring a child safe culture, but also for the delivery of our extensive student wellbeing and pastoral care program. We would love to hear your experiences in pastoral program delivery and the ways in which you would support and continue to build ‘community’ within a community
Candidates are encouraged to highlight in their applications:
- Strength and breadth of Boarding experience specifically in years 8-12.
- Application of pastoral care programs and personal approach in a boarding setting – specifically working with students in this age group.
- Additional or extra/co-curricular contribution to the School or current Boarding community above or apart from the substantive role of Housemaster; and
- Identify teaching areas and articulate an understanding of boy’s education in their teaching field – this role will carry a teaching load.
Applicants might ideally hold the ABSA Duty of Care qualifications or equivalent, must comply with the Anglican Schools Code of Conduct and share the values and Christian Ethos of the School. Applicants must hold or be eligible to hold current QCT registration and will be required to provide a recent Criminal History Check certificate.
How to apply:
All applications must be submitted online and completed in full. Only applications submitted online will be considered.
Applications close on Monday 17th October 2022 at 8.00am. Applications should be directed to:
The Human Resources Manager
The Southport School
2 Winchester Street
Southport, QLD 4215.
Calling all Education and Teaching students…..
- Are you looking for hands on experience working in a respected independent school while you study?
- Do you want a permanent contract with weekly scheduled hours that works with your studies and includes your accommodation, chef prepared meals, internet, parking, laundry and more?
- Are you searching for a culture of care, and ongoing professional development?
This is the opportunity for you!
The team at John Paul College are excited to share that our Boarding village are looking for professional, friendly, and student-focused Boarding Supervisors to join us in our ongoing commitment to Educate, to Inspire, and to Make a Difference.
The Role of a Boarding Supervisor
Boarding Supervisors at John Paul College are directly involved with supporting and mentoring young boarders during their stay at our beautiful Fenton Village. Located directly across the road from the John Paul College campus, Fenton Village provides easy access to the College and its extensive resources and facilities.
The main role of a Boarding Supervisor is to provide active and positive supervision to the young people in the boarding residence while supporting, coordinating, and participating in a range of guidance, sporting and other activities with the boarders.
Regular duties of these roles include
- supervision during boarding routines,
- academic assistance during study sessions,
- providing transport using a College vehicle, and
- co-ordinating small outings with allocated pastoral groups.
The benefits of being a Boarding Supervisor at JPC:
We provide our valued Boarding Supervisors who are living on campus an employment package which is great for students on a budget looking for personal and professional development within the education sector. The benefits include
- Start your education career now! Working with Teachers and other professional employees at the College in supporting your studies and professional development as a future Educator,
- Competitive hourly rate
- Part time permanent hours (giving you confidence of having a contract with the College for 6 or 12 months)
- Chef prepared Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner daily during term time,
- Accommodation with a private room in one of our onsite villas or houses during the term of your contract,
- A College laptop AND unlimited internet access,
- Access and free use of College Laundry
- Off the street free parking,
- A location close to transport and facilities
- The ability to earn more $ with paid Co-curricular (Sports, Activities and Performance coaching and support roles available)
- Ongoing Career, development and pathway opportunities for employees of the college to develop and secure ongoing employment in our popular Teaching roles for employees looking to finalise studies and become QCT registered!
- Access to College facilities and services including Gym, sports fields, Barista quality coffee, Employee Assistance Programs and College staff events, and more!
Learn More about why to Join the JPC Team here - https://www.jpc.qld.edu.au/about-jpc/wellbeing-program
Desired Skills and Experience
The Boarding Supervisors at JPC work as a team in a rotating roster of mornings, evening, weekends with one to two on-call overnight stays per week.
The successful applicant will have the following essential requirements for the role:
- Positive Paid Blue Card / Working with Children Check (or ability to obtain this by your start date)
- Computer skills in office applications and ability to work in a team environment
- Drivers Licence (Green P or Open License)
- Current First Aid and CPR (or ability to obtain this).
How to Apply!
Applications for this role can be submitted https://www.jpc.qld.edu.au/about-jpc/employment
To assist us with determining your suitability for this role, please ensure your application includes the following -
- A cover letter addressed to the attention Mr Adrian Moran – Head of Boarding which details your future aspirations and what you will bring to the role, the team, and the boarding village.
- A current resume including qualifications and any previous working experience
- And the names and contact details for at least two referees.
We have contract roles starting from July 2022 and from January 2023, so please ensure share in your application when you would like to start in this role and your availability (Monday to Sunday).
- Girls' Boarding
- Permanent Part Time (Term time only)
- Commence Term 1, 2023
The Armidale School (TAS) is an Anglican co-educational boarding and day school with a Junior School (Pre-Kindergarten to Year 5), Middle School (Years 6-8) and Senior School (Years 9-12). The School has an enrolment of around 650 students and with half of our secondary students being boarders, residential life is at the heart of the school.
The Armidale School is seeking to appoint two highly capable Boarding House Mothers to assist with the supervision, care and welfare of the girls in our Girls Boarding Houses, under the direction of and in cooperation with the Director of Boarding and Head of House.
TAS is the only regionally based co-educational GPS school in NSW and prides itself on the high quality of its academic, boarding and co-curricular programs.
The job description and application form are available at www.as.edu.au
For further information please contact David Drain – Director of Boarding on (02) 6776 5800.
Applicants should be supportive of the Christian ethos of the school.
Our popular boarding programme is already well-established and highly successful – we are looking to further elevate all aspects of the provision to make it truly ‘best in class’.
We are looking for an experienced, caring senior leader to actively guide all elements of residential life for our 400 boarders across three boarding houses so that we provide a safe, caring, compassionate, happy, homely, and organised environment for these young people, aged 14-19, while living on campus. In addition to providing a comfortable and safe living environment, the postholder will ensure that the boarding programme supports the social and emotional development of students, equipping them with essential skills so that they ‘Grow in Dulwich, Thrive in Life’.
Leading and developing a team of full-time and part time houseparents, assistant houseparents, and boarding tutors, and supported by facilities and operations staff, a nurse and a social emotional counsellor, the postholder will be culturally responsive, dynamic, and forward-thinking. Naturally, this position involves weekend and evening work, and the postholder will arrange their own working schedule, and that of their team, to ensure appropriate balance of on duty / on call / off duty. Spacious duplex accommodation is provided on campus.
The post-holder will be part of the extended School Leadership Team, involved in whole-school strategic planning and general school operations and management.
Dulwich International High School, Suzhou is the school of choice in Suzhou for Chinese parents who wish their children to gain the skills and education necessary for them to be successful in non-Chinese universities. The major destinations for all of our students is the USA and the UK. Our school is home to almost 700 students who study IGCSE and A levels. Our students ask for excellence in teaching and they work hard to achieve offers from their universities of choice.
Our offering is largely academic concentrating on STEAM subjects with an outstanding visual arts component which is becoming more popular as it gains in recognition. Because we believe in developing the whole child, we also have a thriving co-curricular programme in which all students and all teachers participate.
Suzhou is known as the “Venice of the East”. It has a long and colourful history based around the waterways in the province. Much of Suzhou is designed around the lakes and canal system and it makes for wonderful walking, cycling and exercising opportunities. Suzhou is a vibrant city that with an enriching arts and performing culture that also offers many scenic areas of peace and tranquillity. Public transport is cheap and easy to use. The city is also one of the most multi-cultural in China and offers food and drink from all around the world.
Our Teaching Profile (International High School)
At Dulwich International High School, students come first. And because teachers play an extraordinary role in nurturing our students to become confident, curious and knowledgeable global citizens, we look to recruit the very best practitioners in international education who are passionate about unlocking the potential of our students.
Our teachers nurture and inspire their students today to make a positive difference in the world – living fully, living responsibly, and living sustainably. We empower our Teachers to Live Worldwise.
Our Vision For Teachers
• Put students first in all they do
• Display a positive attitude, adaptability and open-mindedness
• Show professional initiative and perseverance
• Are truly collaborative and display highly developed communication skills
• Are committed to internationalism and equity
• Are committed to sustainability and global citizenship
Worldwise teachers believe in:
• The right of every student to be safe, supported and nurtured
• Evidence-based and innovative pedagogy
• Personalised and differentiated student learning
• Setting high expectations for every student
• Empowering students to reach their own goals
• High levels of student motivation and engagement
Worldwise teacher's practice:
• Maximises every student’s opportunity learn
• Promotes student agency, reflection and a love of learning
• Delivers academic rigour and holistic learning
• Reveals the complex and inter-disciplinary nature of learning content
• Creates a supportive and dynamic learning environment
• Develops students’ higher-order thinking
Post-holder Qualifications, Experience
|THE SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE|
DHSZ is a well-resourced school with highly motivated and academically successful students. Successful applicants will be enthusiastic about the ethos and values of Dulwich International. An attractive and competitive remuneration package will be offered to the chosen candidate.
How to Apply
To apply for this position you will need to include:
• an application letter
• your CV
• a statement of educational philosophy
• details of three referees from your current and previous employer
Applications should be submitted through our on-line application system at: https://www.dulwich.org/careers/find-your-career?code=dihsz
For further information please see our website at https://suzhou-high-school.dulwich.org/
The closing date for applications is 30th November 2022.
Interviews will take place as soon as applications are received, therefore early application is encouraged.
Dulwich College International is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all the students in our care and expects all applicants to share this commitment. We follow safe recruitment practices, which are aligned to the recommendations of the International Task Force on Child Protection. We hold ourselves to a high standard of effective recruiting practices with specific attention to child protection.
All appointments are subject to an interview, identity checks, criminal record checks, successful references, as well as due visa and work permit process as required by Chinese law.
About Clayfield College
Clayfield College is one of Australia’s leading independent day and boarding schools. It is co-educational from Pre-Prep to Year 6, girls only from Year 7 to Year 12 and boarding for girls from Year 5 to Year 12. The College is a school of the Presbyterian and Methodist Schools Association and is renowned for its high academic standards, its quality of teaching and learning, and its emphasis on personal excellence.
15 hours per week Term Time Only
Working closely with a team of Boarding Supervisors, Residential Boarding Supervisors assist and provide support to the Head of Boarding in ensuring the effective day to day operation of the Boarding House.
This role, within the community of the Clayfield College Boarding House, will encompass the fostering of harmony amongst the girls with attention to the welfare of individual students, regardless of race, colour or creed.
The work demands a high degree of discretion, initiative, analytical skill and sensitivity to the needs of adolescents often from various cultural and socio-economic backgrounds.
- Supervision of boarders in house at all times (includes rostered sleepovers) and ensuring compliance with the study, health, safety and hygiene routines and regulations in the Boarding House.
- Close monitoring and supporting individual boarders with particular needs.
- Regular liaison with other Boarding House staff.
- Accountability for all boarders at all times.
- Escorting and supervision of boarders during recreational activities and medical appointments.
- Evacuation of boarders during Fire Evacuation training and actual alarms.
- Regular and comprehensive reporting to the Head of Boarding.
- Attendance at Orientation and Professional Development workshops, staff meetings and special Clayfield College celebrations.
Residential Boarding Supervisors are ultimately responsible to the Principal, however, on a day to day basis, report to the Head of Boarding.
Knowledge Skills and Attributes
- The ability to respond effectively, calmly and with understanding to difficult and sometimes stressful situations, e.g. homesickness, misunderstanding engendered by students living in a boarding environment, health emergencies and normal difficulties encountered when dealing with adolescent girls is required.
- A background and/or qualification in residential care would be considered an advantage.
- Experience in a similar position is preferred but not necessary.
- A pleasant disposition and an ability to communicate with young women from multi-cultural backgrounds are essential.
- A Positive Notice (Blue Card) for Child Related Employment from the Commission for Children and Young People and Child Guardian is a requirement of this position.
Conditions of Employment
Hours of work for Residential Boarding Supervisors are 15 hours per week per school term (including rostered sleepovers) and will be worked as directed by the Head of Boarding. The position is residential and staff are provided with accommodation for 52 weeks of the year consisting of a single bed-sitter with private ensuite. All meals are provided during Term Time (a minimum of 38 weeks per year).
The roster will include sleepover responsibilities.
Yirara College has proudly provided 49 years of Education to remote area Indigenous students and continues to grow as an innovational educational institute including VET, work placements and life skills both in the academic
and boarding spaces.
The College is seeking applicants for the following positions to enable us to continue to grow as one of the strongest providers of Indigenous Education:
Senior House Parent (Male Boarding)
This is your opportunity to work with young men and women in a way that will change their
future for the better
A position description and further information can be obtained by contacting HR on 8950 5644 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Yirara College has proudly provided 49 years of Education to remote area Indigenous students and continues to grow as an innovational educational institute including VET, work placements and life skills both in the academic
and boarding spaces.
The College is seeking applicants for the following positions to enable us to continue to grow as one of the strongest providers of Indigenous Education:
Male & Female Boarding House Parents
This is your opportunity to work with young men and women in a way that will change their future for the better
A position description and further information can be obtained by contacting HR on 8950 5644 or email@example.com
HOUSE PARENTS TO INDIGENOUS CHILDREN
at MARRARA CHRISTIAN COLLEGE
Are you a Christian couple that loves kids? Are you looking for a career change or perhaps just a tree change/sea change? Marrara Christian College has an opportunity for you within its unique boarding program!! You will be a passionate, open and mature married couple that has an exceptional love for kids, particularly teenagers.
As House Parents, you will be expected to care for and nurture secondary aged children from remote communities. A flexible, loving, calm and patient disposition would therefore be of great value in handling the day-to-day dynamics of your family unit. You will also be dynamic and self - motivated with the ability to communicate effectively at all levels and able to reflect the Christian faith underpinning the College. Cross cultural experience and experience working with teenagers is highly favorable.
This role presents both challenges and great rewards as you become part of a unique family and take on the management of your assigned Family Group Home.
For more information about this position please contact the FGH Manager, Louise Human, on 08 8920 2000. For general information please contact us as per details given below.
Only Applicants with full Australian Work rights will be considered. Position commences as negotiated
Expressions of interest are considered as received
Enquiries are welcome and fully completed applications to be directed to:
NT Christian Schools Phone: 08 8920 4355
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