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Employment at 鶹ӳ

鶹ӳ welcomes applications from appropriately qualified and experienced people. We support your ongoing learning and career development and encourage your continued success.

Applications must be accompanied by a full Curriculum Vitae and cover letter. Your submission should include the names and contact details of three confidential referees. Please address your correspondence via email employment@oakleighgrammar.vic.edu.au

The wellbeing and safety of all students in the care of 鶹ӳ is our first priority and we have zero tolerance to child abuse. The safety and protection of all students is the responsibility of everyone employed at 鶹ӳ. All 鶹ӳ staff take an active role in relation to their obligations towards Child Safety under Ministerial Order No. 870 Child Safe Standards. All staff employed at 鶹ӳ must agree to abide by the 鶹ӳ Child Safety Policy and the 鶹ӳ Child Safety Staff Code of Conduct. Please refer to the Child Safe Policies of 鶹ӳ.

All Information collected by 鶹ӳ is in accordance with the 鶹ӳ Privacy Collection Notice.

Please note: Only applicants shortlisted for interviews will be contacted with regards to the progress of their application.

Current Vacancies

鶹ӳ are currently inviting applications for a Greek Language Bilingual Teacher, commencing 23 January 2024. Full time fixed term teaching position term time only.

About the Role:

Reporting to the Director of Early Learning Centre, you will play a key role in fostering a stimulating and inclusive environment, promoting bilingualism, and providing high-quality education to young learners. This role provides an excellent opportunity for a confident, passionate and proactive leader to make their mark on our highly sought after ELC As the ELC bilingual teacher you will work alongside and assist the classroom teacher in order to provide a happy, rigorous, inclusive, nurturing, encouraging, caring and safe learning environment where every student is challenged to achieve their personal best.

Through regular assessment and careful diagnosis, our Learning Enhancement team identifies students who have gaps in their learning journey and embark on the best path forward to address these challenges. Similarly, students who exhibit giftedness or talent are identified and provided with extension opportunities and higher order challenges.

Key requirements:
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Early Years Education or recognised equivalent
  • Proficiency in both Greek and English languages.
  • Experience working with children aged from 2 years to 4 years of age.
  • Strong working knowledge and understanding of the developmental needs of children two to five
    years of age, including children with additional needs, with demonstrated experience in this age
    group.
  • Experience in managing multiple staff.
  • A recognised teaching qualification and current registration with the Victorian Institute of
    Teaching (VIT).
  • Extensive knowledge of Child Protection and its implications for the care and protection of
    children.
  • HLTAID 012 Child First Aid Course – First Aid in an Education and Care setting (includes Asthma
    training).
  • Anaphylaxis and Asthma Management training as prescribed in the Education and Care Services
    National Law Act 2010.
Benefits

Not only will you make a positive impact on early childhood development, you’ll also enjoy the following benefits:

  • Experience working in a large Early Learning Centre that is inspired by the teachings from Reggio Emilia
  • Supportive, small team environment
  • Professional development, training and professional support allowing you to further your learning and continue to develop in your career
  • Free parking
  • Above award rates

To learn more about life at 鶹ӳ, .

Download the Full Position Description

Application Process
  • 1. Download the full position description on our website employment page.
  • 2. Prepare a cover letter addressing the selection criteria and outlining how your experience aligns to the responsibilities of the role
  • 3. Prepare a CV/resume detailing your qualifications and experience
    4. Ensure your application includes:
    a. Cover letter
    b. CV/resume
    c. Contact details for three professional referees
    5. Send your CV and covering letter, addressing the criteria and outlining how your experience aligns to the responsibilities of the role to: employment@oakleighgrammar.vic.edu.au
    6. We will contact you, should we wish to progress your application.

Please send your CV and covering letter, addressing the selection criteria and outlining how your experience aligns to the responsibilities of the role to: employment@oakleighgrammar.vic.edu.au

All applications should include

  • A Cover letter addressing your suitability for the position
  • A Resume detailing your qualifications and experience
  • Three professional referees

*Please note we do not accept applications via agencies

For all questions related to this position please contact our HR Officer, Leanne Levy, at hrofficer@oakleighgrammar.vic.edu.au

Closing date Friday 8 January 2024. Interviews will be held prior to the closing date.

Our Commitment to Diversity
At 鶹ӳ, we embrace differences in, age, ethnicity, race, cultural background, disability and religion. We know that diversity and inclusion help us to attract, recruit, engage and retain a team of talented people. If you require specific support to apply for this position, please advise the HR Officer whose contact details are listed in the advertisement. We will work with you to identify the best way we can assist with your application.

Child Safe School Statement
鶹ӳ is a Child Safe School and we are committed to ensuring a culture of child safety. All staff members employed by the School are required to hold current Victorian Working with Children Check (for employees) (provided by you), and to adhere to the School’s Staff Code of Conduct Policy and Child Safe Policy. These policies can be viewed here.

We are seeking an experienced Learning Assistant to work with a student with significant development delays within the Learning Enhancement Department.

  • Reputation of nurture and care of all staff and students
  • Dynamic, supportive and professionally rewarding learning environment
  • Close to public transport and free parking
About the Role:

Through regular assessment and careful diagnosis, our Learning Enhancement team identifies students who have gaps in their learning journey and embark on the best path forward to address these challenges. Similarly, students who exhibit giftedness or talent are identified and provided with extension opportunities and higher order challenges.

We are seeking an experienced Learning Assistant to work with a student with significant development delays within the Learning Enhancement Department.

The position is a Fixed Term – One year contract – Full Time, 1.0 FTE commencing 23 January 2024.

Key requirements:
    • Recognised Victorian Working with Children Check registration is mandatory
    • Certificate IV in School Based Education Support
    • Experience working with students with diverse needs
    • Ability to develop positive working relationships with individuals at all levels to promote the School
Benefits

Not only will you make a positive impact for students and their families, but you’ll also enjoy the following benefits:

  • Strong connection and support from 鶹ӳ staff
  • Professional development, training and professional support allowing you to further your learning and continue to develop in your career.

To learn more about life at 鶹ӳ, .

Download the Full Position Description

Application Process
  • Download the full position description
  • Prepare a cover letter outlining how your experience aligns to the responsibilities of the role
  • Prepare a resume detailing your qualifications and experience
  • Ensure your application includes:
  • Cover letter
  • Resume
  • Contact details for three professional referees
  • All applications received will be acknowledged at the time of receipt.

Please send your CV and covering letter, addressing the selection criteria and outlining how your experience aligns to the responsibilities of the role to: employment@oakleighgrammar.vic.edu.au

All applications should include

  • A Cover letter addressing your suitability for the position
  • A Resume detailing your qualifications and experience
  • Three professional referees

*Please note we do not accept applications via agencies

For all questions related to this position please contact our HR Officer, Leanne Levy, at hrofficer@oakleighgrammar.vic.edu.au

Closing date 4pm Friday 21 December 2023. Interviews will be held prior to the closing date.

Our Commitment to Diversity
At 鶹ӳ, we embrace differences in, age, ethnicity, race, cultural background, disability and religion. We know that diversity and inclusion help us to attract, recruit, engage and retain a team of talented people. If you require specific support to apply for this position, please advise the HR Officer whose contact details are listed in the advertisement. We will work with you to identify the best way we can assist with your application.

Child Safe School Statement
鶹ӳ is a Child Safe School and we are committed to ensuring a culture of child safety. All staff members employed by the School are required to hold current Victorian Working with Children Check (for employees) (provided by you), and to adhere to the School’s Staff Code of Conduct Policy and Child Safe Policy. These policies can be viewed here.

Weare seeking a passionate and dedicated ELC Specialised Co-Educator to join our team with expertise in specific areas, of creative arts, music and sports. Commencing 23 January 2024. Part time fixed term – 3 days per week, term time only.

About the Role:

Reporting to the Director of Early Learning Centre, you will play a key role in fostering a stimulating and inclusive environment, developing, and promoting programs in the creative arts, music and sports space, and providing high-quality education to young learners.

This role provides an excellent opportunity for a confident, passionate and proactive leader to make their mark on our highly sought after ELC

As the ELC Specialised Co-Educator you will work closely with the Director of ELC to develop specific K3 and K4 lesson plans for each specialised area and work alongside the wider 鶹ӳ teaching staff to explore and integrate creative arts, music and sports programs.

Through regular assessment and careful diagnosis, our Learning Enhancement team identifies students who have gaps in their learning journey and embark on the best path forward to address these challenges. Similarly, students who exhibit giftedness or talent are identified and provided with extension opportunities and higher order challenges.

Key requirements:
    • Minimum requirement of a Diploma in Early Childhood Education Care
    • Current Victorian Working with Children Check (WWCC) card for Employees
    • HLTAID 012 Child First Aid Course – First Aid in an Education and Care setting (includes Asthma training)
    • Anaphylaxis eTraining or equivalent (such as 22578VIC)
    • Obligation of mandatory reporting certificate
    • Experience in developing a lesson plan that incorporates Creative Arts/Physical Education/Music for K3 and K4’s
    • Strong working knowledge and understanding of the developmental needs of children two to five years of age, including children with additional needs, with demonstrated experience in this age group
    • Working knowledge of the National Quality Standards, the Education and Care Services National Law Act 2010 and the Education and Care Services National Regulations 2011
    • Capacity to assist in the development and provision of a dynamic and proactive student-focused teaching environment, based upon the Early Years Learning Framework curriculum document and ELC philosophy
    • Food handling certificate
    • Capacity to work with multi-ability groups
    • Positive communication and interpersonal skills with both children and adults
    • Effective and proactive problem solving and decision-making skills
    • Capacity to contribute positively to the Early Learning Centre’s community in a culturally competent manner.
Benefits

Not only will you make a positive impact on early childhood development, but you’ll also enjoy the following benefits:

    • Experience working in a large Early Learning Centre that is inspired by the teachings from Reggio Emilia
    • Supportive, small team environment
    • Professional development, training and professional support allowing you to further your learning and continue to develop in your career
    • Free parking
    • Above award rates

To learn more about life at 鶹ӳ, .

Download the Full Position Description

Application Process
  • Download the full position description
  • Prepare a cover letter outlining how your experience aligns to the responsibilities of the role
  • Prepare a resume detailing your qualifications and experience
  • Ensure your application includes:
  • Cover letter
  • Resume
  • Contact details for three professional referees
  • All applications received will be acknowledged at the time of receipt.

Please send your CV and covering letter, addressing the selection criteria and outlining how your experience aligns to the responsibilities of the role to: employment@oakleighgrammar.vic.edu.au

All applications should include

  • A Cover letter addressing your suitability for the position
  • A Resume detailing your qualifications and experience
  • Three professional referees

*Please note we do not accept applications via agencies

For all questions related to this position please contact our HR Officer, Leanne Levy, at hrofficer@oakleighgrammar.vic.edu.au

Closing date 4pm Friday 8 December 2023. Interviews will be held prior to the closing date.

Our Commitment to Diversity
At 鶹ӳ, we embrace differences in, age, ethnicity, race, cultural background, disability and religion. We know that diversity and inclusion help us to attract, recruit, engage and retain a team of talented people. If you require specific support to apply for this position, please advise the HR Officer whose contact details are listed in the advertisement. We will work with you to identify the best way we can assist with your application.

Child Safe School Statement
鶹ӳ is a Child Safe School and we are committed to ensuring a culture of child safety. All staff members employed by the School are required to hold current Victorian Working with Children Check (for employees) (provided by you), and to adhere to the School’s Staff Code of Conduct Policy and Child Safe Policy. These policies can be viewed here.

鶹ӳ is an ELC to Year 12 coeducational Christian school located in the inner south-east of Melbourne. Catering for approximately 900 students, the School has established an impressive educational reputation with a wide range of unique and celebrated educational programs.

鶹ӳ was founded by the Greek Orthodox community in Melbourne and boasts over forty different nationalities in a rich, diverse and inclusive environment.

Child Safe School Statement

鶹ӳ is a Child Safe School and we are committed to ensuring a culture of child safety. All staff employed by the School are required to hold current VIT (with National History Check) registration or a current Working with Children Check (for employees) (provided by you) and adhere to the School’s Staff Code of Conduct Policy and Child Safe Policy.

These policies can be viewed here.