Would you like to be part of our vibrant, gospel community?
Our Vision Statement
“To be the Geraldton school of choice for Christian families, providing world-renowned, biblically grounded, Christ-centred wholistic education”
Our Mission Statement
“In partnership with parents, Geraldton Christian College aims to make known the Lordship of Jesus Christ through excellence in education to equip students for works of service”
Our Positioning Line
“Learning God’s Way”
Committed Christians are invited to apply. Please complete the online staff application form and upload a copy of your Resume and cover letter to address selection criteria (as applicable – usually for Admin positions only).
(Relief Teacher/Education Assistant applications are welcome throughout the year).
For any queries about employment at the College, please call +61 8 9938 9100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Support Counsellor
Part-time 0.4 FTE (2 days per week – equivalent)
Due to significant growth, Geraldton Christian College has an exciting opportunity for a Counsellor to join our team. The successful candidate will join a vibrant community of educators and staff working together to honour God through excellence in education.
- Experience providing support and guidance to young people.
- Demonstrated ability to develop Action Plans for/with students in conjunction with parents.
- Provide counselling support to parents relating to student issues and develop Action Plans to address social, emotional and behavioural issues.
- Mediate between students in cases of relationship breakdown.
- Youth Mental Health First Aid qualifications or working towards
- Sound knowledge of legal and ethical requirements of the role.
Aboriginal or a Torres Strait Islander applicants are encouraged to apply.
Further information about this position is available on our website: https://gcc.wa.edu.au/about/employment/
If you would like to be part of our vibrant gospel community, please complete application form online https://gcc.wa.edu.au/about/available-positions/ and upload current Resume and covering letter to address essential criteria for this position.
Applications close at 3.00pm on 29 March 2024
Phone 9938 9100 | email email@example.com
Student Services Officer (FTE 1.0)
Immediate start – Full Time Position
The Student Services Officer role is customer service focused, administrative and clerical. The Student Support Services Officer is one of the first points of contact for students, parents and staff and is responsible for efficient and effective day-to-day coordination of administrative support.
Responsibilities in relation to the position include, but are not limited to the following:
- Assist staff and parents/carers with general requests.
- Maintain student details in Sentral and file student records appropriately.
- Maintain absentee records in a timely and accurate manner, including recording of student absences, details of communications from parents and carers regarding absences, early departure and late arrivals and alerting staff to missing student absentee notes.
- Forward any significant information regarding student absences, including holiday requests and long-term absences, to the appropriate staff members.
- Manage Student administration, which may include Smart Rider cards, padlocks, use of the phone, etc.
- Provide clerical, administration and reception support in front office.
- Prepare and communicating information and correspondence to families.
- Provide administrative support to the Deputy Principal Student Welfare including word processing, filing, photocopying, scheduling appointments as required.
- Provide regular reports to the Deputy Principal Student Welfare regarding student absences and concerns.
- Coordinate meetings between staff, students and parents/carers as required.
- General record keeping.
- Ensure security, integrity and confidentiality of data.
- Work with the Student Support team for guidance and support.
- Provide general first aid for students and staff.
- Customer service focus with strong verbal and written skills
- Previous experience in a Student Services or administrative role in education would be advantageous
- Excellent organisational and time management skills to coordinate administrative support and meet deadlines
- Ability to foster positive working relationships
- Ability to work independently and use initiative in a fast paced environment
- Demonstrated ability to work with Excel spreadsheets and data management systems
Please include the following in your application:
- A covering letter addressing your suitability for the role based on the essential skills outlined in the advertisement
- A summary of demonstrated experience in key responsibilities
- Your current CV
- Copies of relevant qualifications
- Completion of all fields of the Staff Application Form – Non-Teaching – https://gcc.wa.edu.au/about/application-for-staff-employment/
Applications close at 3.00pm on Friday 8 March 2024
Relief Teachers & Education Assistants
The College is always keen to hear from qualified Teachers and Education Assistants who are interested in relief work at the College (particularly Primary Teachers at the moment).
Early Learning Years (K-PP), Primary (Years 1-6) and/or Secondary (Yrs 7-12). The ability to be able to teach or a assist in a variety of different year levels would be highly regarded.
Please contact us any time to advise your availability.
The College is in need of staff who can fill in, as required, when regular staff are not available. Training is provided before being placed on the relief contact list. Relief work could lead to a permanent position.
Relief Cleaners need to be available between the hours of 3.00pm and 6.00pm on school days (Monday to Friday), and due to Covid-19 there may also be hours available during school hours.
Please apply online.
The College is in need of staff who could work in the Front Office on a relief basis, covering Reception, Student Services and/or Uniform Shop. You will be an adaptable team player with good administrative skills, proficient in the use of MS Office packages. Experience in the use of database management systems would be advantageous (the College uses Sentral – training can be provided). Applicants must have (or ability to obtain) a valid Western Australia Working With Children Check.