The Genazzano FCJ College Boarding House is a Catholic Boarding House that embodies the charism of our founders, the sisters Faithful Companions of Jesus and is inspired by Ignatian spirituality. The College shares with their community a future-oriented and distinctive learning culture guided by reflection, wisdom, and service and empowers young children to transform the world with hope and care. Each person's dignity is an essential element in how the College lives out its vision and promotes the safety, wellbeing, and inclusion of all children and young people.
EXPECTATIONS OF STAFF IN A CHILD SAFE SCHOOL
Genazzano FCJ College is committed to creating and maintaining a child safe environment in which all students, including Indigenous students, International students and students with special needs, feel safe and are safe. Our College actively promotes the safety and wellbeing of all students and all staff members are committed to protecting students from abuse or harm in the College environment, in accordance with their legal obligations including child safe standards. A condition of employment is that staff are deemed to be persons suitable to work with children. Genazzano FCJ College has a Child Safe Policy and a Child Safety Code of Conduct. All staff members of the school are subject to and expected to comply with the Child Safe Policy and the Child Safety Code of Conduct.
The Boarding House Supervisor will demonstrate a commitment to the values, mission and vision of Genazzano FCJ College, as well as the skills and knowledge to facilitate their achievement.
This is a permanent ongoing position with approximately 36 hours of work per fortnight on a rotating roster, comprising mostly evening and weekend shifts.
Meals will be provided whilst supervising. Hours of duty are worked during term time only. Some out of hours work may be required, generally at the commencement and the end of terms or for special events.
Please see the attached Position Description for more information.
Applications close on Friday 2 June at 4.00pm.