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It starts with great teachers

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 online at Teachers.on.net and the Christian Schools Australia (CSA) website.

CURRENTLY ADVERTISED POSITIONS

People and Compliance Manager

- Starting January 2023

Cedar College, an R-12 Co-educational Christian School in Northgate, South Australia, is seeking a People and Compliance Manager, focusing on Human Resource Management, Risk and Compliance, and Policies and Procedures.

 

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POSITION OVERVIEW

Position Title: People and Compliance Manager

School Area: Administration

Accountable to: The Principal

Line Manager: Business Manager

Commencing: January 2023

Type: Permanent, full-time. 3-Year Tenure. 38 hours per week with 4 weeks annual leave, part-time will be considered.

Salary: Commensurate with qualifications & experience


BRIEF DESCRIPTION, GENERAL TO ROLE 

In this newly created role, the People and Compliance Manager will provide direct support to the Senior Leadership Team, Business Manager and other relevant staff, in relation to human resource management, compliance, risk management, policies and procedures and associated matters. The People and Compliance Manager will report directly to the Business Manager and is ultimately accountable to the Principal.


Personal Requirements

We are seeking an individual who is organised and methodical, with high attention to detail, and is able to work humbly and collaboratively as part of a team. The successful applicant 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. They will have excellent interpersonal, conflict resolution, and communication skills.


About the Role

Human Resource Management

  • Recruitment and induction of all new staff
  • Management of position descriptions, staff records and up-to-date clearances
  • Staff policies, procedures, industrial related matters and performance management processes

Risk and Compliance

  • Oversee Work Health and Safety and Child Protection compliance
  • Manage Critical Incident and Emergency Plans
  • Maintain compliance according to SA Registration Standards
  • Oversee risk management and strategies

Policies and Procedures

  • Manage and maintain policies
  • Facilitate staff training on policies and procedures to ensure compliance
  • Manage the annual Parent/Student Agreement Forms

Essential Skills and Experience

  • High-level skills in literacy, numeracy, ICT, administration and organisation.
  • Experience and/or knowledge of policy and procedures
  • Experience and/or knowledge of Human Resource management
  • Experience in a Christian school setting is desirable

Qualifications and Requirements

  • Relevant tertiary qualifications or extensive experience
  • Police Check
  • Working With Children Check
  • Current RRHAN-EC certificate
  • Protective Practices online course completion (can be completed prior to commencement of employment)

Application Process: An application form, obtainable by calling (08) 8261 3377 must be submitted in order to be considered. Please observe the application process as stated on the Role and Personnel Specifications, which must include a cover letter. Please note, the successful applicant is required to adhere to the College’s COVID-19 vaccination policy.

Applications Close: 4pm, Tuesday December 13, 2022.

[email protected]

Cedar Care Coordinator

Cedar Care Coordinator

  • 38 hours per week, 41 weeks per year, permanent + 4 holiday weeks paid

 

Cedar College is seeking a qualified counsellor to coordinate the smooth running of the Cedar Care faculty as they support the wellbeing of Cedar College students.

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POSITION OVERVIEW


ABOUT THE ROLE

The Cedar Care Coordinator is responsible for the smooth running of the Cedar Care faculty to support the wellbeing of Cedar College students. As a qualified professional, the Cedar Care Coordinator will work with their staff team, school leaders, colleagues, families, and external agencies to support the wellbeing of students within the College. The Cedar Care Coordinator is to approach their role with a Christian Worldview, and undertake their role in line with the vision, ethos and strategic direction of the College as determined by the College Pastor and College Leadership Team.

Applicants 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.


Necessary Qualifications and Checks:

  • Bachelor of Applied Social Science (Counselling)or similar.
  • A member of a professional body.
  • Current RHHAN-EC Certificate (Responding to Risks of Harm, Abuse and Neglect – Education and Care).
  • Current WWCC (Working with Children Check).
  • Experience in an education setting is desired.
  • Completion of the Protective Practices online course (can be completed upon commencement of employment).

DETAILS SPECIFIC TO THIS POSITION:

The successful applicant will work closely with the Cedar Care Team, the College Pastor, and College Leadership.

They will have a vibrant, growing relationship with God and be a committed member of their local church. They will be able to work effectively as part of a team in a collaborative and unified manner and have excellent interpersonal, conflict resolution, and communication skills with staff, students, and parents. They will be teachable, and committed to the vision, ethos and strategic direction of the College. The ability to counsel in-line with a Christian Worldview is essential.

Along with the relevant qualifications to undertake counselling work and lead a team, applicants are required to: hold a current RHHAN-EC Certificate, a current WWCC, adhere to the College’s COVID-19 vaccination policy and complete the Protective Practices online course (which can be completed upon commencement of employment).


Personal Requirements and Abilities:

  • Have a vibrant, growing relationship with God.
  • Be a committed member of a local church congregation.
  • Demonstrate an ability to manage highly confidential information with discretion and integrity.
  • Be able to work effectively as part of a team in a collaborative and unified manner.
  • Have excellent interpersonal, conflict resolution and communication skills with staff, students, and parents.
  • Demonstrate a genuine love and desire to guide and develop young people.

A complete job description, outlining key responsibilities and requirements, is available upon request.


About Cedar Care:

Cedar Care exists to provide pastoral care to students whose mental health and wellbeing is challenged by various factors. Through supportive listening and biblical guidance, our aim is to develop the young person and equip them to face these challenges while still undertaking their education. 

Our approach to care is shaped by our faith in Jesus Christ and the Word of God. It is through this that a biblical approach to counselling and pastoral care occurs. 

Cedar Care Core Values

As a team, we seek to reflect these core values of the college: 

Value 1: We value the preciousness of each individual person. 

Value 2: We value authentic community and relationships. 

Value 3: We value the Christian faith as the foundation for life. 

At Cedar College, our Christian faith and identity are of utmost importance – it’s who we are. This Christian faith shapes our goals for each student, as they:

Discover Jesus – source of hope and comfort

Display love – practical strategies, following Jesus’ lead, a school community which supports and cares 

Develop self – resilience, character growth, the realisation we are valued by God


Application Process:

An application form, obtainable by calling (08) 8261 3377 must be submitted with a cover letter, in order to be considered. A maximum 3 page résumé to complement our application form is welcome. Shortlisted applicants will be contacted. 

Applications Close: Tuesday December 13, 9am

Cedar Care Counsellor

Cedar Care Counsellor

  • 15 hours per week, 40 weeks per year, permanent + 4 holiday weeks paid

 

Cedar College is seeking qualified counsellors to provide pastoral care and biblical guidance to identify and address student needs, in order to promote student safety, wellbeing, and to facilitate successful learning. 

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POSITION OVERVIEW


ABOUT THE ROLE

The Cedar Care Counsellor supports school leadership through the application of specialist professional knowledge and strategies to identify and address student needs, in order to promote student safety, wellbeing, and to facilitate successful learning. As a qualified professional, they will work with school leaders, staff, families and external agencies to support the wellbeing of students and provide confidential counselling to students. The Cedar Care Counsellor is to approach their role with a Christian Worldview, and undertake their role in line with the vision, ethos and strategic direction of the College as communicated by the College Pastor and College Leadership Team.

Applicants 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.


Necessary Qualifications and Checks:

  • Bachelor of Applied Social Science (Counselling)or similar.
  • A member of a professional body.
  • Current RHHAN-EC Certificate (Responding to Risks of Harm, Abuse and Neglect – Education and Care).
  • Current WWCC (Working with Children Check).
  • Experience in an education setting is desired.
  • Completion of the Protective Practices online course (can be completed upon commencement of employment).

DETAILS SPECIFIC TO THIS POSITION:

The successful applicant will work closely with the Cedar Care Team and College Leadership.

They will have a vibrant, growing relationship with God and be a committed member of their local church. They will be able to work effectively as part of a team in a collaborative and unified manner and have excellent interpersonal, conflict resolution, and communication skills with staff, students, and parents. They will be teachable, and committed to the vision, ethos and strategic direction of the College. The ability to counsel in-line with a Christian Worldview is essential. 

Along with the relevant qualifications to undertake counselling work and lead a team, applicants are required to: hold a current RHHAN-EC Certificate, a current WWCC, adhere to the College’s COVID-19 vaccination policy and complete the Protective Practices online course (which can be completed upon commencement of employment).


Personal Requirements and Abilities:

  • Have a vibrant, growing relationship with God.
  • Be a committed member of a local church congregation.
  • Demonstrate an ability to manage highly confidential information with discretion and integrity.
  • Be able to work effectively as part of a team in a collaborative and unified manner.
  • Have excellent interpersonal, conflict resolution and communication skills with staff, students, and parents.
  • Demonstrate a genuine love and desire to guide and develop young people.

A complete job description, outlining key responsibilities and requirements, is available upon request.


About Cedar Care:

Cedar Care exists to provide pastoral care to students whose mental health and wellbeing is challenged by various factors. Through supportive listening and biblical guidance, our aim is to develop the young person and equip them to face these challenges while still undertaking their education. 

Our approach to care is shaped by our faith in Jesus Christ and the Word of God. It is through this that a biblical approach to counselling and pastoral care occurs. 

Cedar Care Core Values

As a team, we seek to reflect these core values of the college: 

Value 1: We value the preciousness of each individual person. 

Value 2: We value authentic community and relationships. 

Value 3: We value the Christian faith as the foundation for life. 

At Cedar College, our Christian faith and identity are of utmost importance – it’s who we are. This Christian faith shapes our goals for each student, as they:

Discover Jesus – source of hope and comfort

Display love – practical strategies, following Jesus’ lead, a school community which supports and cares 

Develop self – resilience, character growth, the realisation we are valued by God


Application Process:

An application form, obtainable by calling (08) 8261 3377 must be submitted with a cover letter, in order to be considered. A maximum 3 page résumé to complement our application form is welcome. Shortlisted applicants will be contacted. 

Applications Close: Tuesday December 13, 9am

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

[email protected]


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

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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