Employment

A great place to work! St Paul's College is a welcoming and supportive community of families and teachers who guide students as they grow into compassionate, respectful and faithful young adults. In joining this community, staff are required to actively support the co-curricular program and Catholic ethos of St Paul's College.


Positions Available

EMPLOYMENT STATUS

Permanent

YEAR LEVELS

R-12

SUBJECT(S) GRADE

Grade 2

Role Details

St Paul's College is seeking applicants for a part-time ICT Help Desk Support Officer commencing ASAP.

This position is a set roster of 30 hours per week.

The successful applicant needs to:

  • Actively support and contribute to the Catholic Identity and Edmund Rice Tradition of our College using the FRED values of Faith, Relationships, Excellence and Diversity
  • A demonstrated ability to collaborate in a dynamic and flexible learning environment
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  • Have experience in providing a help desk service
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  • Have knowledge and experience with Microsoft products
  • Possess highly effective communication and interpersonal skills in developing positive and collaborative relationships with students, parents, colleagues and the broader community
  • Demonstrate pastoral care of all students and support them in developing personal responsibility

How to Apply

Your application is an opportunity to demonstrate your skills, experience and abilities to a selection panel. 

All applications must include a:

  • cover letter (1 page)
  • statement demonstrating how your skills and experience meet each of the responsibilities and essential skills and knowledge detailed in the role description of the position information document (maximum 3 pages), 
  • Resume stating the names of three current referees, including your current Manager

Please see the Position Information Document below. Applications close Monday 3 June 4:00pm.

 ICT Help Desk Support Officer.pdf

Registered teachers seeking casual relief teaching opportunities are invited to apply via email to the HR Manager, Mrs Jenny Allan via email HR@stpauls.sa.edu.au, or direct to the College. Applications should include:

  • Completed Application for Employment form
  • Resume
  • Certificate of Teachers Registration
  • RRHAN-EC (Fundamentals & Masterclass certificates), First Aid, And Working With Children Check
 Application for Employment Declaration Form

How to Apply

Address applications to the Principal, Mr Paul Belton.

Your application is an opportunity to demonstrate your skills, experience and abilities to a selection panel. 

All applications must include a:

  • cover letter (1 page)
  • statement addressing the role description in the position information document (maximum 3 pages)
    • Early Years and Primary Years applications must provide a statement addressing the dot points supplied in the position information. 
  • Resume stating the names of three current referees, including your current manager
  • completed Application for Employment form (linked below).

Your cover letter should briefly introduce yourself and advise why you are interested in the role. 

Your statement addressing the criteria relevant to the position should demonstrate how your skills and experience meet each of the responsibilities and essential skills and knowledge detailed in the position information document by providing relevant examples for each. 

Click the below button to submit your application.

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Why work at St Paul's? Here's what our staff have to say...

"It is a place where your strengths and passions are encouraged, and where you can improve things you want to work on. Where support from leadership is active and ongoing and staff are kind and considerate of each other."

"St Paul's is a place where you can develop your skills, work with knowledgeable staff and be a part of a team that can support your growth."

"That it's a wonderful, welcoming and supportive place to work. We are heading in a great direction and the growth that I can see in the future is a really exciting thing to be a part of. Staff are friendly and have created an extremely supportive culture."

"It is an extremely welcoming community that is brimming with positivity."

"We are a highly welcoming, supportive and inclusive community. You get a great sense of purpose and belonging here."

"A fantastic school that is growing from strength to strength. Fast tracked capital program is changing physical resources dramatically. A wonderfully diverse community with an incredibly supportive staff."

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All applicants will be subject to EREA and legislative screening procedures. These checks are consistent with EREA’s commitment to child safeguarding policies and procedures. Edmund Rice Education is committed to ensuring the safety, wellbeing and dignity of all children and young people.

St Paul’s College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.