Teaching | Challenging | Transforming
About the job
Chisholm Catholic College is a co-educational Secondary College established in the Logan City suburb of Cornubia in 1992. Our College motto is “Live Christ’s Challenge”, following the lived example of Caroline Chisholm and Jesus. Our College’s charism and values have been established on a genuine belief in creating FAMILY – Faith, Ambition, coMmitment, Integrity, Love and mercY. Our aim is to create independent, self-directed and reflective learners who can contribute positively to our ever changing world. Our talented and pastoral teachers are committed to inspiring our students and to providing a truly holistic education. As innovative and creative educators, our teachers play an important part in realising the vision of Chisholm Catholic College. Explore our school website to learn more about us.
About the role We are seeking an Administration Officer to undertake a diverse range of administration tasks as the Personal Assistant to:
You will work as part of a collaborative team providing services to parents, students, school staff and the wider school community.
Further information and duties of the role are outlined in the attached Role Description.
Skills And Experience
Applicants are required to address these points in the “letter of application” section of the online application form.
To be eligible to be considered for this role you will:
Estimated start date: Commencing January 2024
Position tenure: Continuing
Weeks worked: School term weeks only (holidays unpaid)
Total Paid Hours (per week) & days required: 38 Hours /week – (7:45am-4:00pm Monday-Friday)
Salary level, range or hourly rate: School Officer Level 4 – $34.86 /hour
Employment conditions: Diocesan Catholic Education Employing Authorities in Queensland Single Interest Agreement
Please note applications for this role may be considered as they are received, and an appointment made prior to the advertised close date.
Everyone at Brisbane Catholic Education models and fosters a commitment to the safeguarding of children and promotes a culture where student protection is everyone’s responsibility. Successful applicants will complete requisite Working With Children (WWC) pre-employment screening, in accordance with legislation, prior to appointment.
Equity and inclusion are at the core of our Catholic values and we recognise the benefits of a diverse workforce. We encourage and welcome candidates from all backgrounds to apply for this role.
Contact: Lee Pousson
Contact number: 07 3209 0700
Contact email: [email protected]