College Operations and Compliance Officer

Lakeside College (see more jobs from this school)


Admin / SSO / Non-Teaching

Contract Type: Permanent/Ongoing Position Full Time

Applications Close: 4 October 2021

The College Operations and Compliance Officer undertakes a range of key tasks which ensure smooth College operations and compliance against key obligations.

<p><b>Position: </b>College Operations and Compliance Officer </p><p><b>Organisational Relationship:</b> Responsible to the Business Manager </p><p><b>Employment Basis: </b>Full-time, ongoing, 6 weeks leave, commencing as soon as possible. </p><p><b>Location: </b>Pakenham, VIC 3810 </p><p><b>Classification: </b>Class C-5, Lutheran Education Victoria, New South Wales, Tasmania Multi-Enterprise Agreement 2018 and the National Employment Standards. </p><p><b>Job Description: </b><a href=";sharing" rel="nofollow">May be downloaded here.</a> </p><p>Lakeside College is a Prep to 12 co-educational Christian school in the Lutheran tradition. Situated in Pakenham, a picturesque suburb and easy drive to the south-east of the Melbourne CBD, the College campus boasts excellent facilities in pleasant surrounds. Partnerships with local organisations give access to impressive arts and sports venues. </p><p>Serving a growing and vibrant community, Lakeside College has a current enrolment of 460 students split across Primary, Middle and Senior Schools. Students, staff and parents are committed to supporting each child to learn, care and achieve – in doing so, giving glory to God and serving the world in love. </p><p>The College Operations and Compliance Officer undertakes a range of key tasks which ensure smooth College operations and compliance against key obligations. </p><p><b>Key Selection Criteria </b></p><p>The applicant for the position is required to provide evidence of skills and experience that demonstrate the following: </p><ul><li>An active Christian faith and willingness to uphold the ethos of the Lutheran Church of Australia. </li><li>Capacity to establish and develop positive and constructive relationships with students, staff, parents and members of the wider community. </li><li>Experience and capacity to monitor College compliance in the areas of Risk and Occupational Health and Safety </li><li>Well organized and analytical with a focus on accuracy and completion of tasks </li><li>Ability to work efficiently and independently </li><li>Sound knowledge and experience with information databases and IT systems </li><li>Committed to time management and prioritising workload to achieve results </li><li>A natural problem solver with the ability to multi-task </li><li>A valid Working with Children&#39;s Check or ability to gain one </li><li>Previous experience in a school environment is highly desirable </li></ul><p>Application process </p><p>Applicants should submit an application containing: </p><ul><li>A resume of no more than 3 pages including details of 3 referees, including one who must attest to the applicant’s faith and/or ability to support the Christian ethos of the school. Applicants that cannot provide such a reference should not apply. </li><li>A statement addressing the selection criteria of no more than 2 pages. </li><li>Applications should be submitted electronically to <a href="mailto:recruitment&#64;" rel="nofollow">recruitment&#64;</a>. </li><li>Questions can be addressed to the College Principal, Mr Tom Brennen, <a href="mailto:principal&#64;" rel="nofollow">principal&#64;</a>. </li><li>Applications open 9am Friday 17th September </li><li>Application close 5pm Monday 4th October</li></ul><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p>
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