Contract Type: Permanent/Ongoing Position Full Time
Applications Close: 11 November 2020
Trinity College Gladstone is looking to employ two part-time School Chaplains/Counsellors commencing 2021.
<p>Trinity College Gladstone is seeking School Chaplains/Counsellors for two permanent positions commencing 2021. Each role will be three days per week.</p><p>About our College:
</p><p>Trinity College Gladstone is a growing, independent, co-educational Christian College centrally located in the port city of Gladstone, Queensland. Trinity has grown to offer a seamless educational program from Kindergarten to Year 12, all on one innovative campus, with 570 students.
</p><p>Trinity is committed to driving 21st Century skills, as well as providing unique learning opportunities for students and a student wellbeing team of qualified chaplains. We strive to make school a great place to be and be a part of, not just a place to be educated.
</p><p>Being a regional city, Trinity College also prioritises the importance of developing and maintaining strong links with the community - both within and outside of the College. The staff are a team of wonderfully committed Christian people working for one purpose - to deliver quality Christian education. Staff wellbeing is important, and we are committed to partnering with you on this journey, as we develop you professionally and ensure your wellbeing is of highest priority, as you make the student's wellbeing your priority.
</p><p>Advantages of working at Trinity College:
</p><p>• A contribution towards relocation if needed.
</p><p>• Opportunities for professional growth.
</p><p>• Pastoral support in a community which values staff and student wellbeing.
</p><p>• The opportunity to mentor students who love learning.
</p><p>• An Apple MacBook for work use.
</p><p>• Full tech support (by our amazing IT team) as and when needed.
</p><p>• Opportunity to develop and support young people making a powerful difference in a Christian setting.
</p><p>• A proven ability to work effectively with young people and a broad understanding of youth/children and issues affecting them.
</p><p>• A demonstrated understanding of the boundaries and practicalities involved in providing pastoral care to a school community.
</p><p>• Possess excellent interpersonal skills and are able to communicate sensitively and confidentially with parents, students and other staff.
</p><p>• Able to build and maintain quality working relationships and student rapport.
</p><p>• Highly organised and take pride in the planning and preparation of your day.
</p><p>• Embrace opportunities to present professional practice and further develop wellbeing programs across the College.
</p><p>• Committed Christian, active in your church and can subscribe to the College’s Statement of Faith found on our website: Confession of Faith
</p><p>• Qualified to work as a chaplain, counsellor or psychologist in a school setting.
</p><p>• Working with Children - Bluecard clearance.
</p><p>• Entitled to work in Australia.
</p><p>How to Apply
</p><p>To submit your expression of interest, please send your CV, cover letter, Trinity College Employment Application - Non-Teaching and a pastor's reference to the Executive Assistant by email: email@example.com
</p><p>Applications close: Wednesday, 11 November 2020.