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A great team builds a great school

We believe that our greatest asset is having great teachers.

As our school continues to grow, we require qualified teachers who are committed to Jesus Christ, the philosophy of Christian Education and a active weekly church involvement. As employment opportunities become available, they will be posted on this page, as well as published in The Advertiser, Seek online, Teachers.on.net and the Christian Schools Australia (CSA) website.

We believe that excellence in Education begins with an excellent team.

As our school continues to grow, we require qualified personnel who are committed to Jesus Christ, the philosophy of Christian Education and a active weekly church involvement. As employment opportunities become available, they will be posted on this page, as well as published in The Advertiser, Seek online, Teachers.on.net and the Christian Schools Australia (CSA) website.

CURRENTLY ADVERTISED POSITIONS
The Arts – ESO position

The Arts - Education Support Officer

Supporting our High School Creative Arts program.

We are seeking for an Education Support Officer to support our High School Creative Arts program. 

The successful applicant will possess skills in Music and Performing Arts Audio and Lighting engineering/mixing area. They will also be able to maintain audio and lighting equipment, as well as visual art supplies and equipment. 

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POSITION OVERVIEW

Position Title: The Arts – Educational Support Officer

Commencing: 20/01/2020

Type: Permanent Part Time

FTE equivalent: 0.75 FTE

35 Hours for 40 weeks averaged (1400 hours). This number of hours and weeks is a guide and can discussed with the successful applicant.


DETAILS SPECIFIC TO THIS POSITION 

Purpose of the position:

The Arts ESO is accountable to the Principal for the provision of any curriculum support services in the classroom and administratively so that educational objectives are met.

Reporting/Working Relationships: 

The Arts ESO takes day-to-day instruction or guidance from the Arts Faculty Coordinator.



Summary of work requirements

  1. Assist and support teaching staff with the preparation and operation of classes and events by: Set up and organisation of teaching spaces; Set up and maintenance of performance, studio and rehearsal spaces; Checking that art supplies, equipment, musical instruments and props are maintained, available and fit for purpose; Preparing resources required for lesson delivery; Assisting students (usually one-to-one, or small groups under the direction of the teacher); Set up and assistance with student performances and exhibition of work.
  2. Be responsible for maintaining order of facilities and ensuring availability of resources: Maintaining safe and organised storage spaces; Ensuring safe, clean and hygienic conditions are maintained; Maintaining an inventory of stocks/supplies; Maintaining general protective equipment and/or clothing.
  3. Undertake care and maintenance of equipment by: Checking items and ensuring that equipment is in working order; Liaising with staff when necessary to facilitate repairs; Carrying out minor repairs or maintenance.
  4. Provide administrative support by: Duplication and compilation of Teaching materials; Purchasing and maintaining supplies; Assisting staff with exhibitions, performances, excursions and events.
  5. Contribute to a safe and healthy workplace by: Following WHS instructions and policies; reporting accidents and hazards; generally caring for their own safety and that of others, including volunteers, students and parents, that may possibly be affected by actions or inaction; actively participating in rehabilitation and return-to-work programs.
  6. Attend professional development and training required by the School, and actively seek opportunities to increase knowledge, experience and skills held.
  7. Where appropriate opportunities present, becoming involved in the life of the School, including attendance at staff meetings, and involvement in School events.

Essential Criteria

Attributes that must be held in order to perform the job to a satisfactory standard.

Qualifications, education and professional memberships

1. Working With Children Check (WWCC) and 2. Child Safe Practices (RAN) Completion

Abilities, aptitudes and skills

1. It would be highly desirable to possess skills in Music and Performing Arts Audio and Lighting engineering/mixing area (e.g. sound checks, rehearsal, lighting design)

2. Good written and verbal communication skills

3. Ability to relate well to students, staff and parents

4. Ability to negotiate desired outcomes, flexible and adaptable attitude

5. Time and work management skills that ensure workload is managed and deadlines met according to agreed priorities

6. Ability to work as part of a team and independently when required

7. Shows initiative

8. Ability to quickly adapt to and learn new skills

9. Good administrative skills

10. A degree of physical fitness is required for this position

11. An understanding of material products and the way they work and behave in a physical environment


General Knowledge

1. Basic understanding of Sound and Lighting processes and hardware

2. Basic understanding of Ordering and stock control processes

3. Basic understanding of Information Technology including music software programmes and office suite of programmes.


Personal Requirements:

Someone who is passionate about The Arts – sound, lighting and drama, to be a part of our collaborative team. You will need to demonstrate a sincere commitment to Jesus Christ and the philosophy of Christian Education. Applicants will also demonstrate an active involvement in their local church and align themselves with the College’s core beliefs.

Application Process: An application form, obtainable by calling (08) 8261 3377 must be submitted in order to be considered.

Applications Close: Friday November 29, 2019, 4pm

CURRENTLY ADVERTISED POSITIONS

Systems Administrator, 2018

Non-teaching position, Systems Administrator

We are looking for passionate, qualified personnel to join our vibrant school community.

The Systems Administrator role requires both a high level of ICT skills and experience, as well as the ability to interact effectively with teachers, and students across a wide range of ages.

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facilitiesAbout the Role:

The Systems Administrator is a key support role to the ICT Manager in the development, monitoring and optimisation of the servers and network infrastructure of the school.

The role of Cedar College Systems Administrator will require the following skills and experience:

· Installing, configuring, and maintaining a server and network infrastructure that includes L2 / L3 switches, firewalls and server virtualisation within a VMWare environment

· Experience with Windows Servers 2012/2016

· Experience with MS Exchange Server and SQL

· Configuring and managing network security including Firewall, Web Filtering and Antivirus Applications
e.g. Sophos UTM

· Experience and configuration of WiFi Networks

· Previous Level 2/3 technical support experience, including interaction with end users (teachers/students and staff) Ability to provide a reliable, consistent end user experience, within an Wintel / Apple ecosystem environment

· Excellent analytical and problem solving skills

· High-level communication skills both spoken and written


Application Process:

An application form, obtainable by calling (08) 8261 3377, must be submitted in order to be considered. Applications close Friday November 10, 4pm

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Role Information

Date created: 20/10/2017

Position Title: Systems Administrator

Year level(s): Non-teaching

Commencing: 15/01/2018

Type: Permanent Full Time

FTE equivalent: 1.0

Salary: Commensurate with Qualifications & Experience

CURRENTLY ADVERTISED POSITIONS

Currently advertised teaching positions

Teaching positions / Non-Teaching positions

Thank you for your interest in employment at Cedar College. We are not currently accepting applications for advertised positions.

Future positions will be advertised on this page, as well as posted on teacher.on.net, The Advertiser, and Seek.com.au, and the Christian Schools Australia (CSA) website.

Please note we can only consider applicants for teaching positions who are (1) qualified and registered as a teacher in South Australia and (2) have completed an application form which is available by first contacting our School Office.

Please note that employment for all non-teaching positions require the applicant to hold a current Police Record Check, and currently hold or undertake a Child Safe Environments certificate.

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