Child Safety

Camberwell Grammar School is committed to Child Safety.  Candidates must be able to demonstrate an understanding of appropriate behaviours when engaging with children and where appropriate be able to demonstrate experience working with children.  Applicants will have the opportunity to indicate their understanding of, or any experience they have in working with children with diverse needs and/or backgrounds.

Mandatory Checks

Police Checks: All successful candidates are required to undertake criminal records checks.  The criminal records checks cover all countries of citizenship and for each country in which the individual has lived for 12 months or longer over the past five years (or more).  

Working With Children Checks: All successful candidates must obtain and provide a valid Working with Children Check.

The provision of these documents is at the candidates own expense.  The requirement for criminal records checks allows people to self-select out of the process if they wish to do so.

Open Roles:

PRE-PREPARATORY ASSISTANT EDUCATOR

The primary responsibility of an Assistant Educator is to work alongside and support the Director of the service. To always adhere to the Education and Care Services National Regulations under the Education and Care Services National Law, as well as the policies, goals and philosophy of the service. To uphold the National Quality Framework and National Quality Standards as per the Centre’s philosophy, goals, policies and procedures.  To assist in the provision of a high-quality early years program that provides contemporary early childhood education and care for young boys.  

This is a full-time, fixed term position for the duration of Term 1, 2022

You can view the Position Description here: Pre-preparatory Assistant Educator

HOW TO APPLY

Please apply online via our SEEK Ad here: Pre-preparatory Assistant Educator

Applications Close: Sunday 19 September 2021

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LIBRARY TECHNICIAN - DIGITAL

The role of the Library Technician (Digital) focuses on the operational and technical aspects of the library and information services. This can involve the operation and maintenance of systems that support acquisition, organisation and management of library resources, and staff and student access to information.

This position is a full-time, 12 month, fixed term contract, commencing late October 2021.

You can view the Position Description here: Library Technician (Digital)

HOW TO APPLY

Please apply online via our SEEK ad here: Library Technician (Digital)

Applications Close: Sunday 19 September 2021

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