Student Admin Officer

Calderwood Christian School

Applications Close: 17 Jun 2024

Commencement Date: 15 Jul 2024


About our school

Calderwood Christian School is a non-denominational, Christian day-school seeking to offer an excellence in education within the context of a genuine biblical framework.  The school is situated in the beautiful growth corridor of the Calderwood Valley, at the foot of the Illawarra escarpment. Set amidst stunning rural land, the school boasts large open spaces, experienced teachers, and modern facilities.  Serving families as far south as Kiama, west to the Southern Highlands and north to Wollongong, it is the first choice for Christian education in the Southern Illawarra.  The rapidly growing school offers a seamless Prep to Year 12 educational experience on the one campus. Catering for more than 400 students, the highly experienced teachers offer a breadth of academic and extra-curricular activities, whilst maintaining a family feel.

About the role

The Student Officer reports to the Office Supervisor and manages all student-related services.  This is a very practical role, providing administrative support to staff by attending to student attendance, and their physical and pastoral wellbeing.  The Student Officer supports the Admin team to effectively implement the school’s Mission, Vision, Values and Educational Creed.  The incumbent shares the responsibility, with the rest of the Admin team, of projecting a positive and professional image of the school to families and the broader community. He or she will possess outstanding presentation and communication skills, strong organisational and coordination skills, and highly effective prioritisation skills.
This fixed term position works 5 days per week during term time, commencing Term 3, 2024.

The preferred candidate

  • Committed Christian of a reformed evangelical persuasion, actively involved in the life of a local church
  • Demonstrated Christian character that is expressed in thought, word, and deed
  • Demonstrated capacity to use initiative and problem solve
  • Capacity to sustain healthy, professional relationships across the school, advocating for shared understandings, equity, integrity, and honest clear communication
  • High-level administration and organisation skills, including an ability to manage competing deadlines and solve problems, showing flexibility and adaptability in a professional manner
  • Advanced IT skills and a willingness to initiate systems analysis and pursue perpetual improvement of administration and school systems
  • Experience with a School Management System (eg SEQTA) an advantage

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