Join our Boarding House Team in 2024!
Beaconhills are seeking casual staff to join our team of Residential Supervisor Assistants at our Boarding House for international students.
In this role you will be supporting students from a variety of backgrounds with daily living and wellbeing care. You will require strong interpersonal skills, initiative and well developed organisation skills. Empathy with students in residence and the ability to relate well to adolescents is critical.
Your position as an Assistant focuses on being a support to the students, providing supervision as well as preparing meals.
Our spacious and modern residence for international boarding students is located right next to our Pakenham Campus in a safe and peaceful location.
The residence is staffed 24 hours by qualified and experienced supervisors and mentors. Rooms have individual study areas for each student. All meals are provided and there is a range of activities each weekend.
We have multiple casual positions available, commencing as soon as possible. The usual hours of employment will involve morning and afternoon shifts as well as the requirement to stay overnight (in private accommodation) and be available to respond to any incidents or issues that arise through the night.
We work on a flexible roster and are willing to negotiate shift times and allocations with the successful candidate(s).
The casual hourly rates commence at $44.64 per hour. Generous penalty rates apply to weekends & evening shifts and overnight stays attract an additional on call allowance.
Work in an inclusive community that values innovation, staff wellbeing, community service and sustainability. Enjoy the benefits of working at Beaconhills:
Applications should include:
Please contact the HR Team via email@example.com if you have any queries
Applications close Monday 19 February 2024.
Equal Opportunity and Child Safety Statement
Beaconhills College has zero tolerance for child abuse. Beaconhills is a child safe employer and is committed to the welfare of children and their protection.
Beaconhills has systems to protect children from abuse, and will take all allegations and concerns very seriously and respond to them consistently, in line with our policies and procedures.
All potential employees and volunteers will be required to comply with the College’s Child Safe Policy and Code of Conduct, which are available on its website. Beaconhills performs thorough assessments of potential and existing employees in accordance with the legislated Child Safe Standards. The assessments will be used to ascertain whether the potential or existing employee is a fit and proper person and is suitable for work in a school environment and in the position applied for or held. The screening process includes, but is not limited to, Criminal Records Checks, Working with Children Checks and checks of social media accounts.
Beaconhills College is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity principles and is committed to the principles of merit-based selection, equity, diversity and procedural fairness in our recruitment process.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are encouraged to apply for all positions at Beaconhills College.