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Principal, Good Shepherd Lutheran College
The College Chaplain reports directly to the Principal and is a member of the Senior Leadership Team (SLT). The position is a key leadership role in ensuring quality wellbeing outcomes to students and staff across the College. The College Chaplain is required to fulfil the mission of the College in developing students who are caring, compassionate and motivated to serve others with their strengths. They are required to have a strong commitment to the Christian faith, with a deep understanding of the psychological development of young children in order to deliver programs which equip students to flourish.
Suitably qualified and experienced applicants are encouraged to apply for the permanent position of Chaplain commencing in Term 1, 2020. This position operates Monday to Friday from 8am to 4pm, (some outside hours of work may be necessary on occasion).
This role is primarily responsible for providing pastoral care support to primary and secondary school students.
The successful applicant will meet the position selection criteria, some of which include:
- Demonstrate a strong commitment to the ethos of Lutheran colleges
- Minimum certificate IV education or higher, in field of study relevant to Chaplaincy with competence in Pastoral Care and an awareness of current issues;
- Ability to build meaningful relationships with children, young people, parents and staff;
- Ability to work effectively within a team and autonomously;
- Able to maintain the highest level of confidentiality at all levels;
- High level record keeping and reporting abilities;
- Proven experience relevant to the position.
Good Shepherd Lutheran College is fully committed to the protection of children. Successful applicants must satisfy child protection screening and adhere to the College’s child protection policies and Staff Code of Conduct. The successful applicant must hold a WWCC Card (or able to apply) and National Police Clearance (no more than 6 months old).
Applications must include responses to the selection criteria, a detailed CV and a letter of reference from your current Pastor.
Closing Date: Friday 24 January 2020
Information Technology Support Officer
Good Shepherd is seeking a full time, contract term Information Technology Support Officer for the 2020 School year.
The Information Technology Support Officer is a diverse role working with College staff and students to ensure the effective operation of technology services within the College. The successful candidate would ideally possess a strong knowledge of school based hardware and applications. Duties will include installation and troubleshooting of equipment and software, tracking and resolution of general help desk calls, support for teachers in managing classroom technology may be required as well as general support for our Administration office. The school has a network infrastructure based on Microsoft Windows, which provides internet services and access to common software applications.
The successful applicant will need to demonstrate:
- support of the ethos of Lutheran Education
- the capacity to support current infrastructure through regular scheduled Wi-Fi infrastructure, projectors and presentation hardware, print services and all systems, including school owned devices across the College.
- Knowledge and familiarity with or capacity to develop expertise in a range of software applications including but not limited to, Microsoft Office and Active Directory.
- Network maintenance experience and ability to troubleshoot system failures
- An understanding of the support requirements of the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) program of the school to enhance Teaching and Learning.
- Skill in deployment and maintenance of staff devices and technical support for the day to day needs of College staff, including support and casual staff.
- High level of communication and collaboration skills with an ability to plan and prioritise tasks.
- Ability to work effectively as part of a team and independently and ability to carry out tasks expediently.
- Ability to be flexible and cope with an interrupted work environment.
Closing Date: Friday 24 January 2020