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Resident & Non-resident Boarding House Supervisors (Girls & Boys - Multiple Positions Available)

Canberra Grammar School - Canberra, ACT

Education, Childcare & Training
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Full Job Description
Boarding House | Senior School

The School is seeking to appoint Resident and Non-Resident Boarding House Supervisors - Girls and Boys Boarding
CGS is a vibrant and rewarding place to work with staff who are engaging, innovative, and are committed to helping our students be ready for the world
Position commences Term 3 and Term 4, 2021 depending upon the agreed role
Applications close, Friday, 11 June 2021 at 5.00pm
Canberra Grammar School reserves the right to close applications early if a suitable candidate is found.
About Us

Canberra Grammar School is a leading co-educational independent day and boarding school offering outstanding academic education, co-curricular opportunities and pastoral care to students of all backgrounds and faiths within a community guided by Anglican values.

Our fundamental aspiration is to educate students who are curious, creative, confident and compassionate young citizens of the world.

The School is a vibrant and rewarding workplace with a strong commitment to professional learning and to nurturing excellent conditions in a superb campus environment. It offers highly competitive salary and superannuation, as well as attractive salary packaging arrangements, and a range of staff benefits, including parking, discounted lunches, flu vaccinations, employee assistance programmes, school fee concessions, and generous professional development funding.

About the Role

Both our Resident and Non-Resident Supervisors play a significant part in the pastoral care of students in the boarding house. Besides this general and continuous responsibility, each Supervisor is rostered to maintain supervision of a house from early morning through to the evening on the same day. In addition, they will be required to supervise the boarding precinct for a set period on either a Saturday or Sunday as per the duty roster. On these occasions he/she supervises the House as a whole, for example, wake-up, meals, homework, lights out, house meeting etc. Supervisors can also be called on by the Heads of Boarding and/or Assistant Heads of Boarding to perform other house or pastoral type duties.

  • Please note, for a full description of the above position, please refer to the attachment at the bottom of this advertisement.
About You

Both a Resident and Non-Resident Boarding House Supervisor must always act as a role model and will be required to:

model positive interpersonal skills to both students and staff
train and support student leadership within the House
undertake appropriate professional development to best assist with the running of the residential community
report issues evident within the houses
monitor and promote students’ health, happiness, life-style balance and social integration
support the School’s Anglican ethos through House Chapel attendance (compulsory) and provide opportunities for students of all faiths to develop their spiritual lives
support students’ academic progress through active involvement in prep supervision
encourage and celebrate students’ participation in the School’s full range of co-curricular opportunities
actively promote both social integration and respect for the distinct cultural differences of students from varied backgrounds both from within and beyond Australia
facilitate opportunities for students’ talents and interests to flourish, and ensure that those with needs are supported
promote and uphold the School’s approach to positive behaviour management and discipline, including actively applying the School’s anti-bullying and student safety policies
monitor and promote health and safety regulations within the house, in relation to physical facilities and student conduct
work closely with the ancillary staff to ensure that students live well in a clean, healthy and homely environment
assist in emergency duties (taking students to hospital) when the Boarding Coordinator or Head of Boarding are not available
remain in close communication with the Head of Boys/Girls Boarding and Assistant Heads of Boarding.
Staff Benefits

CGS is an employer who promotes staff excellence and offers a range of additional benefits, including various professional development opportunities; superannuation of 11.5% (for permanent staff); a range of salary sacrifice benefits; access to the health clinic and annual influenza vaccinations, staff organisations/associations and representation, an employee assistance programme. And staff awards programme; and many other benefits which you can read about by visiting CGS.ACT.EDU.AU/EMPLOYMENT

To find out more about the School please visit CGS.ACT.EDU.AU

Child Protection

The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the safety, welfare and wellbeing of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

All employees of the School must be eligible to work with children in accordance with ACT Working with Vulnerable People checks, and all teachers at the School must have teacher registration, provisional registration or a permit to teach issued by the ACT Teacher Quality Institute prior to starting their employment.

Canberra, ACT

Education, Childcare & Training


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