Plenty Valley Christian College

Posted in VIC

Description

About the role

The OHS Administration Officer will assist the Business Manager and school staff members to develop and maintain best practice programs and policies to support a positive Safety Management culture and assist the School in meeting regulatory, legal and operational obligations with respect to Safety.

The position is 2 days per week, start and finish time flexible around school hours

The Position Objectives

To provide a high standard of service at Plenty Valley Christian College in accordance with College policies and procedures.  As part of the Administration team, the Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) Administration Officer plays a pivotal role in improving and overseeing and reporting risk and compliance across the College.

The OH&S Administration Officer works closely with staff across the College, including Maintenance and the Principal.

 

Requirements:

Key Selection Criteria

Staff at Plenty Valley are selected on the basis of outstanding professional and personal qualities.  

Expectations include:

  • a commitment to a relationship of faith and obedience to God, lived out both in personal and communal aspects of life – this would be evidenced by a clear understanding and acceptance of the redemptive work of Christ, a commitment to private and corporate prayer and Bible study, and regular involvement with a Christian church, community or fellowship group
  • the ability to model the values and character qualities of biblical Christianity within the school community
  • a demonstration of high standards of personal presentation, organisation, communication with other staff and parents, and in respecting the ethos and protocols of the College
  • a clear sense of calling and desire to work within a Christian Environment
  • demonstrated customer focus attributes, including the ability to respond promptly and courteously to a diverse range of service needs
  • ability to manage time and prioritise tasks to achieve set outcomes.
  • demonstrated knowledge of computer skills, including basic Windows, Microsoft Office, internet and email
  • ability to provide basic information to a culturally diverse public
  • advanced capability in the operation and use of office equipment
  • compliance with the College’s Child Safe Policies and Staff Code of Conduct (available on the College website)
  • experience working in a school environment
  • experience working within an Administration team and strong computer skills is mandatory
  • experience with OHS practices or a compliance type role would be highly desirable
  • general understanding of OHS
  • current working with children check is mandatory.

 

Apply now via the College Website – https://www.pvcc.vic.edu.au/employment-opportunities

Applications should include:

  • Completed PVCC Application Form including: Academic Qualifications; Professional Experience and Professional and Personal Referees; and
  • Cover letter addressing requirements of the Position Description.

Closing date for applications: 5pm Monday 23rd September 2019.

Further questions can be directed to the Business Manager Matt Duke on (03) 9717 7400

PVCC is a child safe environment. Our College actively promotes the safety and wellbeing of children and school staff are committed to protecting students from abuse or harm in the school environment, in accordance with all legal obligations including child safe standards. PVCC employees are required to comply with a Child Safe Code of Conduct which is available on the College website.

Details

Job Commencement Date
30 September 2019 12:00 am
Contact person
Matthew Duke
Contact phone
03 9717 7400
Application Closing date
23 September 2019 12:00 am
Contact email
employment@pvcc.vic.edu.au
School webpage
https://www.pvcc.vic.edu.au/ohs-administration-officer
Location
Doreen, VIC

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