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Sports Manager

posted by Stephanie Boyce   [ updated ]

Reporting to the Director of Sport, the Sports Manager will be required to assist in the promotion and delivery of quality sports which will increase the participation levels and improve the performance of students in sporting activities.  The Sports Manager will be responsible for the management of allocated sports codes and will also be required to undertake sports administration for the wider Sports Department.

Key attributes sought for this role include initiative, proven experience in leading and managing sports activities, the ability to effectively multi-task and highly developed administrative, communication and computing skills.  The ability to form positive working relationships with students, staff and the wider school community is essential. 

Proven experience coaching, managing or playing hockey is essential for this role.

This part time position is predominantly term time (hours are yet to be confirmed).  Flexibility in hours is required, including some evening and weekend work. There will also be the requirement to attend local and national tournaments during term time and/or term breaks.

There may be the opportunity for additional casual hours working in the DioFit centre.

Applications for this role close on Thursday 29 March 2018

Assistant House Parent

posted 7 Mar 2018, 18:46 by Stephanie Boyce   [ updated 19 Mar 2018, 17:37 ]

We are looking for two energetic and caring people to work in the friendly family environment of our Boarding establishment.  

Nurturing our girls and helping them to reach their full potential is the key focus of this role. The Assistant House Parent is also required to provide support to staff and students, and facilitate day-to-day activities in the Boarding House, ensuring the boarding experience is positive and fulfilling for students and their families. This is a 42-week per year position of approximately 35 hours per week, plus rostered overnight shifts and weekends. 

Reporting to the Dean of Boarding, successful applicants will have excellent communication skills with the ability to foster positive harmonious relationships with girls and families. Previous experience in a school or boarding facility would be highly desirable.

Two positions exist, with one requiring the successful applicant to live on site. Please state your preference in your covering letter. Ideally, these positions will commence at the start of Term 2 2018.

Applications close at mid-day on Monday 19 March 2018.

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