At Sacré Cœur we aspire to the highest professional standards amongst our teaching and non-teaching staff. This is reflected in the quality of the relationship between staff and students, the learning environment created and the concern for each individual.
Teachers are powerful role models and uniquely placed to influence young people, to encourage, affirm and even inspire them to fulfil their potential. At Sacré Cœur, teachers are expected to live out the goals of Sacred Heart education. They must take a leadership role in building up the community of the School, beginning with their own classrooms where the highest standards are expected of all and everyone is treated with respect and dignity.
Sacré Cœur offers salary conditions commensurate with the Victorian Catholic Education agreement and all teachers have the use of a laptop during their tenure. The School offers a three week mid-year break and a mid-term break in Term 4. Staff members who elect to enrol their daughters at Sacré Cœur may benefit from generous fee discounts. It is a positive and happy working environment, close to the city and south eastern suburbs. Onsite parking is available.
Sacré Cœur welcomes applications from prospective teaching and administrative staff.
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The successful applicant will be responsible for repairs and maintenance work to buildings and grounds as directed, setting up furniture and equipment for school functions and activities and for general handyman tasks.
A Working with Children Check will need to be completed for the successful candidate.
A standard three month probationary period will apply, and subject to satisfactory progress, the successful applicant will then be appointed in an ongoing role.
Department: Grounds & Buildings Maintenance
Reports to: Maintenance Manager
Hours: 7 am – 3.05 pm (38 hour week)
The Maintenance Assistant/Carpenter is responsible to the Maintenance Manager and will assist in maintaining the presentation of the school buildings.
This role involves the following duties and skills:
While not a compulsory prerequisite, qualifications and experience in carpentry and/or cabinet making work will be highly regarded.
The position comes under the Victorian Catholic Education Officers Multi-Employer Award 2013 and is classified as a School Services Officer.
Applicants should apply in writing including experience, qualifications and contact details for two referees to: Applications@sac.vic.edu.au
Applications Close: 3:00pm Friday 7 February 2014