EMPLOYMENT

If positions are currently being advertised they will be posted here on the College website and also at www.teachers.on.net
 
St Joseph's is a Catholic Edmund Rice Education Australia Boys' Secondary College, with an enrolment over 1840 students.  This college community is committed to the safety, wellbeing and protection of all children in our care.  We aim to create a child-safe and child-friendly environment where children are free to enjoy life to the full without any concern for their safety. There is particular attention paid to the most vulnerable children, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, children from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds, and children with a disability.

Music Administration Officer

(Full time ongoing - Education Support Category B)

 

Position: Music Administration Officer - Full Time Ongoing
Employer: St Joseph’s College Geelong
Location: Geelong, Victoria
Award: Victorian Catholic Education Multi Enterprise Agreement 2018
Category: Education Support –Category B (normally works during the school term time only and receives paid school holidays) 
Wage Range: $56 800 - $64 900 
Closing Date: Sunday, 9 August 2020

ROLE DESCRIPTION

The Music Administration Officer is responsible for key stakeholder management, and for the coordination of a wide range of musical events, as well as instrumental and vocal tuition.
In addition, the Music Administration Officer provides administrative support to the Director of Music and the Music Department as required.
NATURE OF THE ROLE
MUSIC ADMINISTRATION

  • Assists the Director of Music in the administration of the Music Department.
  • To facilitate communication between music staff, instrumental staff, students and parents.
  • To assist in the supervision of the Music Budget by maintaining yearly spreadsheet and actioning all invoices. 
  • Assist with the preparation and ordering of equipment and supplies for the music department. 
  • To be responsible for the use and maintenance of ‘Music Monitor ‘software.
  • To communicate to Music students, staff and families via “Music Notes” and email.
  • To assist with the administration of Solo Night, concerts, festivals, Eisteddfods, ACC events, Tours, Camps, Edstock and other music events.
  • Assist with maintenance of order in music rooms, including the storage rooms.
  • To oversee the Music Library in conjunction with Music Staff and organise legal requirement for copyright of music materials
  • To be responsible for production and printing of any programmes for concert performances
  • To coordinate maintenance, stock take, inventory, hire forms for instruments and equipment 
  • To coordinate enrolments for Instrumental Lessons and Junior Band.
  • To prepare agenda and minutes for department meetings
  • To be responsible for all correspondence
MUSIC TUITION
  • Coordination of Instrumental and Vocal Tuition Program.  
  • Oversee the completion and proofreading of Instrumental Tutor Teaching Reports
  • Administer the rosters for weekly Instrumental and Vocal tuition 
  • To liaise with Instrumental Staff to ensure lessons run as scheduled
ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT
  • To oversee Care Monkey, School Related absences and travel arrangements
  • To oversee lunchtime bookings for rehearsal studios
  • Transportation of students from Westcourt Campus
  • To assist in marking attendance marking for ensembles.
  • To be available to support performances.
  • Other duties as requested by the Director of Music.
PERSONAL QUALITIES
The successful applicant would demonstrate:
Excellent communication skills.
Strong attention to detail and excellent time management skills.
A high level of initiative. 
The ability to work both independently and effectively as part of a team.
Well organised and work with a high degree of accuracy at all times. 
It is anticipated that the Music Administrator would have the following: 
Experience in administration of a challenging work environment
Competent IT skills. 
The ability to relate well to staff and students

All individuals employed by the College need to have a Working with Children (Employee) Card and a National Police Record Check.
Please submit a letter of introduction identifying the position/s you are applying for and your resume listing three referees to:
Human Resources Manager
St Joseph's College Geelong
135 Aphrasia Street, Newtown VICTORIA 3220
Ph:03 5226 8131 I Email: recruitment@sjc.vic.edu.au
Applications close Sunday, 9 August 2020

Join our Teaching Team in 2021

 


St Joseph's is a Catholic Edmund Rice Education Australia Boys' Secondary College, with an enrolment over 1840 students.  We aim to create a child-safe and child-friendly environment where children are free to enjoy life to the full without any concern for their safety. There is particular attention paid to the most vulnerable children, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, children from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds, and children with a disability.  
If you seek to work with a dedicated staff committed to an innovative approach to Boys’ Education, you are encouraged to apply to join the teaching team at our College.  

General Teaching Positions


We seek teachers of all subject areas for 2021 and graduates are encouraged to apply.  The ability to teach Religious Education is an advantage.
Teachers at St Joseph's College are employed to perform specific tasks as teachers of subjects and classroom administration. Each teacher brings one's own individuality to the job, and thus a plurality of teaching approaches naturally occurs.  Within the context of a large organisation there is the need for each teacher to be consistent in the application of school procedures and policies.  
We aim to create a child-safe and child-friendly environment where children are free to enjoy life to the full without any concern for their safety. There is particular attention paid to the most vulnerable children, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, children from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds, and children with a disability.  Teachers are integral to creating this environment. 

OVERALL FUNCTIONS

  • To teach and educate students according to guidelines provided by the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority.
  • To teach and educate students according to the educational needs, abilities and attainment potential of individual students.
  • Actively and publicly promote and support the College, its mission, vision and values.
  • Support the Catholic ethos of the College and the liturgical dimension of College life.
  • Be a positive role model to students, parents, colleagues and the broader community.
  • Be Prepared, Enthusiastic, Fair and Consistent.

MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Teachers operate in a multi-faceted role where duties include:
o Best practice in teaching.
o Pastoral care.
o Curriculum development.
o Professional development.
o Co-curricular involvement.
o General and Administrative duties.
o Duty of care responsibilities.
  • Responsible for the behaviour of all students.
  • Responsible for the appearance of students and model appropriate dress by adhering to the dress code policy as published.
  • Develop and maintain collegial and professional relationships with fellow staff members.
  • Adhere to all College policies as published.
  • Use class time, not scheduled for teaching duties, for the purposes of lesson planning, assessment of student work and organization. 
  • In addition all teachers are required to contribute in an equitable way to activities which are not necessarily directly related to their duties as a subject/class teacher. 
  • Maintain and safeguard the privacy of students and student records
  • Other duties assigned by the Principal. 

HOME ROOM TEACHERS

  • Develop an appropriate rapport with students within the homeroom.
  • Report maintenance needs of your designated classroom.
  • Complete correctly the daily roll.
  • Keep room in order.
  • Display student work and suitable posters (avoid sexist and violent ones).
  • Keep religious paintings and statues clean and tidy.
  • Roster boys for bins, cleaning.
  • Keep room supplied with appropriate forms (eg library, computer, absentee)


A current Victorian Institute of Teaching registration, or ability to attain registration, is a requirement for the positions.  
Salary is in line with the Victorian Catholic Education Multi-Enterprise Agreement 2018.

Please submit a letter of introduction and your resume listing three referees electronically to recruitment@sjc.vic.edu.au 

Should you require any further detail please contact: 
Human Resources Manager
St Joseph's College Geelong
135 Aphrasia Street, Newtown VICTORIA 3220
Ph:03 5226 8131
Applications close Sunday 23 August 2020


For general enquiries, please submit your resume electronically to recruitment@sjc.vic.edu.au, listing three referees, plus a letter of introduction to:



Mr Tony Paatsch, Principal
St Joseph’s College Geelong
135 Aphrasia Street, NEWTOWN 3220
Ph: 5226 8119 Fax: 5221 6983

Email:  Human Resources Manager  – recruitment@sjc.vic.edu.au