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EMPLOYMENT

At Scotch Oakburn College we aspire to our vision to create a future using best practices in education in a world class 21st Century learning environment, led by inspirational educators.

For more information:

Human Resources
E: employment@soc.tas.edu.au
T: (03) 6336 3340

Scotch Oakburn College is accredited by the Australian Childhood Foundation in recognition of its commitment to child safety standards.  Child safeguarding screening, selection and training practices form part of the recruitment and selection process, and employment conditions for all positions at the College.

Current Employment Opportunities

Current position available at the College will be listed below.  if blank, there are no current positions advertised at this time.

GROUNDSPERSON

21 February, 2024|

We have an opportunity for an experienced Groundsperson to join our Facilities and Property team on a permanent full-time basis.  Commencement date to be negotiated with the successful candidate.

Position Description – Groundsperson

Applications addressing the Selection Criteria can be submitted via our APPLY ONLINE form by the closing date of Monday, 4 March 2024.

BOARDING HOUSE DUTY STAFF (Residential and Non-Residential)

9 February, 2024|

We have a range of opportunities for Boarding House shifts which include:

  • Mid-week afternoon/evening shifts
  • Mid-week morning shifts
  • Weekend rosters (Saturday and/or Sunday)
  • Sleepover shifts which include accommodation and meals when on duty

Position Description – BH Duty Staff

Boarding House Duty staff are responsible for the oversight of the health, safety, behaviour and general well-being of the boarding students who are aged between 11 to 18 years.  Duties include supervision at meal times, overseeing the general tidiness of rooms, assisting the boarders in their daily routines, assist in settling students each evening.

Applications addressing the Selection Criteria can be submitted via our APPLY ONLINE form.

BUS DRIVER (CASUAL)

9 February, 2024|

We have an opportunity for an experienced and licenced Bus Driver to join our bus team on a casual basis.  Hours of work will vary depending on need.

Position Description – Bus Driver

Pre-requisites for a Bus Driver at Scotch Oakburn College are:

  • Current Drivers Licence – Medium Rigid
  • Public Passenger Vehicle Ancillary Certificate
  • Working with Vulnerable People (Children) registration
  • National Police Certificate (Schedule 1 Record)
  • First Aid Qualification – Provide First Aid in an Education and Care Setting

Applicants must have rights to work in Australia to apply.

Applications addressing the Selection Criteria can be submitted via our APPLY ONLINE form.

EARLY LEARNING ASSISTANT

1 February, 2024|

We have Early Learning opportunities for those with a Certificate III in Early Childhood and Education Care (or equivalent or working toward) to join our team.

We have a range of opportunities with varied work hour options on offer.  Additionally, there is scope to include school holidays work, or have hours based on school terms only.

The role of an Early Learning Assistant is focusing on supporting the supervision and engagement of all early learners in their classroom, play spaces and outside care environment.

Position Description – Early Learning Assistant

Pre-requisites for employment as an Early Learning Assistant with Scotch Oakburn College are:

  • Certificate III in Early Childhood and Education Care (or equivalent or working toward)
  • Working with Vulnerable People (Children) Registration
  • National Police Certificate (Schedule 1 Record)
  • Current first aid certificate HLTAID012 – Provide First Aid in an Education and Care Setting from a recognised training body. A copy of the qualification to the College prior to commencement.

Applicants must have rights to work in Australia to apply.

Applications addressing the Selection Criteria can be submitted via our APPLY ONLINE

Scotch Oakburn College is accredited by the Australian Childhood Foundation in recognition of its commitment to child safety standards.  Child safeguarding screening, selection and training practices form part of the recruitment and selection process, and employment conditions for all positions at the College.

RELIEF POOL – EARLY LEARNING ASSISTANT, TEACHERS’ ASSISTANT & LEARNING SUPPORT ASSISTANT

12 January, 2024|

Would you like to join our Junior School relief pool for 2024. We have the following casual vacancies; qualified Early Learning Assistants, Teachers’ Assistants and Learning Support Assistants. These positions are on a casual basis during the Academic week as per the College calendar for the 2024 school year.

The role of a relief Early Learning Assistant is focusing on supporting the supervision and engagement of all early learners in their classroom environment and play spaces. Please see Position Description below for further details.

Position Description – Early Learning Assistant 2024

The role of a relief Teachers’ Assistant is focused on assisting the class teacher (Prep – Year 2) with all aspects of resourcing the learning environment, general duties and supporting all students in the class. Please see Position Description below for further details.

Position Description – Teachers’ Assistant 2024

The role of a relief Learning Support Assistant is focussed on supporting students with an Individual Educational Plan (IEP) to access the curriculum, to ensure they can effectively learn alongside their peers. Please see Position Description below for further details.

Position Description – Learning Support Assistant 2024

Applications addressing the Selection Criteria can be submitted via our APPLY ONLINE form .

Scotch Oakburn College is accredited by the Australian Childhood Foundation in recognition of its commitment to child safety standards.  Child safeguarding screening, selection and training practices form part of the recruitment and selection process, and employment conditions for all positions at the College.

BOARDING HOUSE – DUTY STAFF – NON-RESIDENTIAL and RESIDENTIAL

1 December, 2023|

We are seeking to employ permanent part-time Duty Staff to join our Boarding House team in 2024.  There are opportunities for both Non-Residential and Residential positions.

Hours and Days of Work:

Weekday Shifts:  One day per week (negotiated):  Duty Staff are allocated split shifts on a weekday, each academic week, in which they will be required to work from 7:00am – 9:00am and then from 4:00pm – 11:00pm.  Days will be allocated in negotiation with the Head of Boarding.  In addition, live in (Residential) Duty Staff will be required to do sleepover shifts on a rotational basis every two weeks.  The roster operates for each of the academic weeks of the year that the Boarding House is operational, as set out in the College Calendar.

Weekend Shifts:   Saturday to Sunday (2 Duty Staff per shift):  On a rotational basis, Duty Staff will also be required to complete two shifts one weekend, and one shift the following weekend.  Shifts are in 5.5 hours blocks.

 Sleep over shifts:  On a rotational basis, Residential Duty Staff will also be required to complete a sleep over roster of one week on/one week off.

Position Description – Duty Staff (Non-Residential)

Position Description – Duty Staff (Residential)

Applications addressing the Selection Criteria can be submitted via our APPLY ONLINE form.  Applications will close when suitable candidates have been appointed.

Our College is committed to protecting children and young people from harm.  We require all applicants to undergo an extensive screening process prior to appointment.

 

 

 

 

 

TEACHER – CASUAL RELIEF POOL – EARLY CHILDHOOD OR PRIMARY CLASSROOM

27 March, 2023|

We have opportunities for fully qualified Primary or Early Childhood Teachers to join our casual Relief Pool.  Relief teachers fulfil the daily teaching and other duties normally undertaken by the Teacher (s) whom they are covering for.  This may include rostered yard duties, lunchtime student activities or pre-planned meetings.

To register your interest for this Relief Pool please APPLY ONLINE including your availability.

To be eligible for consideration you must be a fully qualified Teacher with registration with the Tasmanian Teachers Registration Board (or the ability to attain registration) and have rights to work in Australia.

Position description – Primary Relief Pool Teacher

Our College is committed to protecting children and young people from harm.  We require all applicants to undergo an extensive screening process prior to appointment.