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Diocese of Toowoomba Catholic Schools

Career Support Officer | St Joseph's College, Toowoomba

Term time (plus 3 weeks per year) 

Full and part time hours available

Continuing | From 17 January 2022

School Officer Level 5 | $33.5342 - $35.1658 per hour plus super

St Joseph's College, Toowoomba | 7-12 

St Joseph’s College offers a dynamic and vibrant learning atmosphere with a spirit of faith, hope, compassion and excellence. The College calls on all staff to use their talents to their full whilst working in partnership with parents to provide a quality education.

Be a part of something special, follow the link for further information on working at St Joseph's College, Toowoomba. 

The Career Support Officer works collaboratively with school communities to promote and foster the achievement, participation, career development, and employability of all students. This role supports the school based Career Development Practitioner (CDP) and delivery of the Career Development program that enables students to make informed choices to navigate their current and future careers.

Further details can be obtained from the Role Description.

Live outside Toowoomba? We encourage you to visit the Live Toowoomba website to discover what living in Toowoomba has to offer.

Please submit your application via SEEK and include

  • a cover letter, of no more than two pages highlighting your demonstrated experience and qualifications
  • your resume, to include the names of two referees (one must be your current or most recent manager)
  • supporting application documents.

To discuss this role, or any difficulties in applying, please contact Principal, Kort Goodman by email kgoodman@sjc.qld.edu.au.

Employment will be in accordance with Catholic Employing Authorities Single Enterprise Collective Agreement – Diocesan Schools of Queensland 2019 – 2023

School Officer | Assisting Student Learning | St Mary's School, Charleville

Applications close Wednesday, 24 November 2021
Applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible; applications will be reviewed prior to the closing date.

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Term time | 25 hours per week

Fixed term | 17 January 2022 to 15 January 2023

School Officer Level 2 | $28.16 - $28.83 per hour plus super

Position arising from short term funding 

St Mary's School, Charleville | P-6

St Mary’s, Charleville, offers dynamic learning opportunities to spark the imagination. With a commitment to nurture and communicate the Catholic faith, staff use contemporary teaching practices and partner with parents in developing each child. As a rural school, family and community ties are strong and the key to our success.

The successful candidate will be well organised, an effective communicator, passionate about service delivery and flexible within a Catholic educational environment.

Live outside of Charleville? We encourage you to visit the Murweh Shire Council website (www.murweh.qld.gov.au) to discover what living in Charleville has to offer and welcome you to contact Principal, Katrina Dunne for any assistance. 

Please submit your application via SEEK and include

  • a cover letter, including a response to the experience and qualifications located within the Role Description
  • your resume
  • the names of two referees (one must be your current or most recent principal/manager)
  • supporting application documents.

To discuss this role, or any difficulties in applying, please contact Principal, Katrina Dunne by email katrina.dunne@twb.catholic.edu.au or by phone (07) 4654 1638.

 

Employment will be in accordance with Catholic Employing Authorities Single Enterprise Collective Agreement – Diocesan Schools of Queensland 2019 – 2023.

School Officer | Marketing and Communications | St Joseph's College, Toowoomba

Applications close Friday, 26 November 2021

Applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible; applications will be reviewed prior to the closing date.

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Full time | Continuing | From 10 January 2022

School Officer Level 5 | $68,155 - $71,468 per annum plus super

St Joseph's College, Toowoomba | 7-12

St Joseph’s College offers a dynamic and vibrant learning atmosphere with a spirit of faith, hope, compassion, and excellence. The college calls on all staff to make full use of their talents, and work in partnership with parents to provide a quality education for students.

Further details can be obtained from the Role Description. 

Be a part of something special, follow the link for further information on working at St Joseph's College, Toowoomba. 

We encourage you to visit the Live Toowoomba website to discover what living in Toowoomba has to offer.

Please submit your application via SEEK and include

  • a cover letter, of no more than two pages highlighting your demonstrated skills and experience
  • your resume, to include the names of two referees (one must be your current or most recent manager)
  • supporting application documents.

To discuss this role, or any difficulties submitting your application, please contact the Principal, Kort Goodman by email kgoodman@sjc.qld.edu.au or phone 4631 8500.

Employment will be in accordance with Catholic Employing Authorities Single Enterprise Collective Agreement – Diocesan Schools of Queensland 2019 – 2023

Primary Teacher | Physical Education | Our Lady of Lourdes Primary School, Toowoomba

Applications close Friday, 10 December 2021
Applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible; applications will be reviewed prior to the closing date.

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Part time | 14 hours per week (across 3 days per week) 

Fixed term | 17 January 2022 to 15 January 2023

$48.21 - $69.43 per hour plus super 

Position arising from a staff member taking leave 

Our Lady of Lourdes Primary School, Toowoomba | P-6

Our Lady of Lourdes Primary School is committed to working hand in hand with parents to educate their children to be open to learning and life.  The school is focused on opportunity, living spirit and optimism in a safe and nurturing, quality learning environment.

Further details can be obtained from the Role Description.

Applications from experienced and graduate teachers seeking a career with us are also encouraged to submit their expressions of interest.

Live outside Toowoomba? We encourage you to visit the Live Toowoomba website to discover what living in Toowoomba has to offer. 

If you would like to be considered for this role, please submit your application via SEEK and include

  • a cover letter, of no more than two pages highlighting your demonstrated skills and experience
  • your resume, to include the names of two referees (one must be your current principal)
  • supporting application documents.

To discuss this role or future opportunities, please contact Principal, Chris Golightly, by email Chris.Golightly@twb.catholic.edu.au

Employment will be in accordance with Catholic Employing Authorities Single Enterprise Collective Agreement – Diocesan Schools of Queensland 2019 – 2023.

Primary Teacher | Music | Our Lady of Lourdes Primary School, Toowoomba

Applications close Friday, 10 December 2021
Applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible; applications will be reviewed prior to the closing date.

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Part time | 6 hours per week

Fixed term | 17 January 2022 to 15 January 2023

$48.21 - $69.43 per hour plus super 

Position arising from an enhanced curriculum offering 

Our Lady of Lourdes Primary School, Toowoomba | P-6

Our Lady of Lourdes Primary School is committed to working hand in hand with parents to educate their children to be open to learning and life.  The school is focused on opportunity, living spirit and optimism in a safe and nurturing, quality learning environment.

 Further details can be obtained from the Role Description.

Applications from experienced and graduate teachers seeking a career with us are also encouraged to submit their expressions of interest.

Live outside Toowoomba? We encourage you to visit the Live Toowoomba website to discover what living in Toowoomba has to offer. 

If you would like to be considered for this role, please submit your application via SEEK and include

  • a cover letter, of no more than two pages highlighting your demonstrated skills and experience
  • your resume, to include the names of two referees (one must be your current principal)
  • supporting application documents.

To discuss this role or future opportunities, please contact Principal, Chris Golightly, by email Chris.Golightly@twb.catholic.edu.au

Employment will be in accordance with Catholic Employing Authorities Single Enterprise Collective Agreement – Diocesan Schools of Queensland 2019 – 2023.

Primary Teacher | Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) | Our Lady of Lourdes Primary School, Toowoomba

Applications close Friday, 10 December 2021
Applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible; applications will be reviewed prior to the closing date.

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Part time | 14 hours per week (across 3 days per week) 

Fixed term | 17 January 2022 to 15 January 2023

$48.21 - $69.43 per hour plus super 

Position arising from an enhanced curriculum offering 

Our Lady of Lourdes Primary School, Toowoomba | P-6

Our Lady of Lourdes Primary School is committed to working hand in hand with parents to educate their children to be open to learning and life.  The school is focused on opportunity, living spirit and optimism in a safe and nurturing, quality learning environment.

Further details can be obtained from the Role Description.

Applications from experienced and graduate teachers seeking a career with us are also encouraged to submit their expressions of interest.

Live outside Toowoomba? We encourage you to visit the Live Toowoomba website to discover what living in Toowoomba has to offer. 

If you would like to be considered for this role, please submit your application via SEEK and include

  • a cover letter, of no more than two pages highlighting your demonstrated skills and experience
  • your resume, to include the names of two referees (one must be your current principal)
  • supporting application documents.

To discuss this role or future opportunities, please contact Principal, Chris Golightly, by email Chris.Golightly@twb.catholic.edu.au

Employment will be in accordance with Catholic Employing Authorities Single Enterprise Collective Agreement – Diocesan Schools of Queensland 2019 – 2023.

Primary Teacher | Visual Arts or LOTE | Our Lady of Lourdes Primary School, Toowoomba

Applications close Friday, 10 December 2021
Applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible; applications will be reviewed prior to the closing date.

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Part time | 10 hours per week

Fixed term | 17 January 2022 to 15 January 2023

$48.21 - $69.43 per hour plus super 

Position arising from an enhanced curriculum offering 

Our Lady of Lourdes Primary School, Toowoomba | P-6

Our Lady of Lourdes Primary School is committed to working hand in hand with parents to educate their children to be open to learning and life.  The school is focused on opportunity, living spirit and optimism in a safe and nurturing, quality learning environment.

Further details can be obtained from the Role Description.

Applications are welcomed from candidates with the ability to teach either of the following subject areas:

  • Visual Arts
  • LOTE  

Live outside Toowoomba? We encourage you to visit the Live Toowoomba website to discover what living in Toowoomba has to offer. 

If you would like to be considered for this role, please submit your application via SEEK and include

  • a cover letter, of no more than two pages highlighting your demonstrated skills and experience
  • your resume, to include the names of two referees (one must be your current principal)
  • supporting application documents.

To discuss this role or future opportunities, please contact Principal, Chris Golightly, by email Chris.Golightly@twb.catholic.edu.au

Employment will be in accordance with Catholic Employing Authorities Single Enterprise Collective Agreement – Diocesan Schools of Queensland 2019 – 2023.

Manager: Employee Services | Toowoomba Catholic Schools Office

Applications close Monday, 29 November 2021

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Full time | Continuing | From 3 January 2022 (negotiable)

Professional Officer Level 6 | $135,380 - $150,419 per annum plus super

New Position

Diocese of Toowoomba Catholic Schools

The Diocese of Toowoomba Catholic Schools (TCS) provides quality Catholic education and care to families across south-western Queensland through its 31 schools and Toowoomba Catholic Schools Office (TSCO). With quality student outcomes at the core of TCS’s purpose, the organisation continues to innovate in its leadership and operations of schools across the regional area of Toowoomba including Charleville, Quilpie, Goondiwindi and more.

The Role

The Manager: Employee Services leads the high-quality delivery of recruitment and payroll services within the People and Engagement Services Directorate (PES) of Toowoomba Catholic Schools Office (TCSO). The role holder works collaboratively with the Employee Engagement Team Leader and Payroll Team Leader to implement accurate, effective and timely services.

The role holder has a focus on excellence in customer service; ensuring that recruitment and payroll services are delivered in accordance with legislation, policies and procedures for all staff of Diocese of Toowoomba Catholic Schools (TCS).

Your Experience

  • relevant tertiary qualifications in human resources or a related field, or a minimum of 5 years’ experience in a similar senior role
  • extensive payroll knowledge and experience
  • demonstrated experience with recruitment systems and employment contract development
  • demonstrated management experience
  • intermediate to advanced Microsoft Excel skills
  • demonstrated experience working with the Microsoft suite of products, including Office 365
  • demonstrated skills in data management and analytics
  • a current Class C driver licence
  • a current blue card for working with children issued by Blue Card Services

Please note this role may require some travel to a range of schools across the Diocese.

This is an opportunity to lead a most experienced, capable, and accomplished team within an educational context. We encourage our people, at all levels, to develop their skills and expertise by providing exciting experiences. Our people have an ongoing commitment to look for new and innovative ways to improve the delivery of our employee services.

Further position information can be obtained from the Role Description.

Live outside Toowoomba? We encourage you to visit the Live Toowoomba website (https://www.livetoowoomba.com.au/) to discover what living in Toowoomba has to offer.

If you are a dynamic leader and are excited by this challenge and want to be part of a progressive and growing system of 31 schools please submit your application through SEEK and include

  • a cover letter, of no more than two pages highlighting your demonstrated experience and qualifications
  • your resume, to include the names of two current referees (one must be your current manager)
  • supporting application documents.

To discuss this role, or any difficulties in applying, please contact the Director: People and Engagement Services, Peter Simpson by email peter.simpson@twb.catholic.edu.au or by phone 07 4687 4303.

 

Manager: Professional Learning | Toowoomba Catholic Schools Office

Applications close Monday, 29 November 2021

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Full time | Continuing | From 3 January 2022 (negotiable)

Professional Officer Level 6 | $135,380 - $150,419 per annum plus super

New Position

Diocese of Toowoomba Catholic Schools

The Diocese of Toowoomba Catholic Schools (TCS) provides quality Catholic education and care to families across south-western Queensland through its 31 schools and Toowoomba Catholic Schools Office (TSCO). With quality student outcomes at the core of TCS’s purpose, the organisation continues to innovate in its leadership and operations of schools across the regional area of Toowoomba including Charleville, Quilpie, Goondiwindi and more.

The Role

The Manager: Professional Learning leads the professional development of staff across Diocese of Toowoomba Catholic Schools (TCS), to achieve excellence in educational service delivery within schools and the Toowoomba Catholic Schools Office (TCSO).

The role holder draws upon contemporary best practice in andragogy to develop and deliver high quality, asynchronous and synchronous professional learning using a variety of online and direct engagement tools. In collaboration with key stakeholders, the role holder ensures the effective coordination, prioritisation and delivery of all professional learning activities across TCS.

We are seeking a dynamic, engaging leader in professional learning who will work collaboratively to build the capability of the organisation.

Your Experience

  • Masters level qualifications in education or another relevant discipline
  • strong experience in the development, delivery, and coordination of professional learning
  • minimum of 5 years’ relevant experience in a similar role
  • demonstrated experience working with Learning Management Systems
  • demonstrated experience working with the Microsoft suite of products, including Office 365 
  • effective relationship building and influencing skills
  • a current Class C driver licence
  • a current blue card for working with children issued by Blue Card Services

Please note this role may require travel to a range of schools across the Diocese, including overnight stays.

Further position information can be obtained from the Role Description.

Live outside Toowoomba? We encourage you to visit the Live Toowoomba website (https://www.livetoowoomba.com.au/) to discover what living in Toowoomba has to offer.

If you are excited by this challenge and want to be part of a progressive and growing system of 31 schools please submit your application through SEEK and include

  • a cover letter, of no more than two pages highlighting your demonstrated experience and qualifications
  • your resume, to include the names of two current referees (one must be your current manager)
  • supporting application documents.

To discuss this role, or any difficulties in applying, please contact the Director: People and Engagement Services, Peter Simpson by email peter.simpson@twb.catholic.edu.au or by phone 07 4687 4303.

Teacher | Secondary English | Humanities Teacher | Our Lady of the Southern Cross College, Dalby

Applications close Monday, 29 November 2021

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Full time | Fixed term | 17 January 2022 to 15 January 2023 (possibility of extension)

$75,470 - $108,695 per annum plus super

Position arising from an employee taking leave

Our Lady of the Southern Cross College, Dalby | P-12

Our Lady of the Southern Cross College (OLSCC) aspires to grow great people throughout the 13 years we formally educate our students, and the decades of connection thereafter. As a hub of our community, we take pride in developing the Learning Dispositions and Catholic Social Teachings of our students so they may excel in academia, spirituality, sport, and culture. Our OLSCC family is both welcoming and diverse, valuing the contribution that every staff member can bring to the table.  We maintain high standards and expectations to ensure that what we do, we do well. This aspiration for excellence is developing across many areas and it is an exciting time to join the OLSCC team to make a valued change for the young people and families in our care.

For more information on Our Lady of the Southern Cross College visit this link.

The successful candidate will be required to teach across the following areas:

  • Years 7-10 English
  • Years 7-10 Humanities
  • Pastoral and religious aspects of the College

Further details can be obtained from the Role Description.

The college is committed to recruiting long term staff members. Applications from experienced teachers seeking a career with us are welcomed.

Live outside Dalby? We encourage you to visit the Western Downs Regional Council website (https://www.wdrc.qld.gov.au/) to discover what living in Dalby has to offer.

If you would like to be considered for this role, please submit your application via SEEK and include

  • a cover letter, of no more than two pages highlighting your demonstrated skills and experience
  • your resume, to include the names of two referees (one must be your current principal)
  • supporting application documents.

To discuss this role or future opportunities, please contact Principal, Peter Cuskelly by email Peter.Cuskelly@twb.catholic.edu.au.

Employment will be in accordance with Catholic Employing Authorities Single Enterprise Collective Agreement – Diocesan Schools of Queensland 2019 – 2023.

Career Support Officer | St Joseph's College, Toowoomba

Applications close Wednesday, 24 November 2021

Applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible; applications will be reviewed prior to the closing date.

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Term time (plus 3 weeks per year) 

Full and part time hours available

Continuing | From 17 January 2022

School Officer Level 5 | $33.5342 - $35.1658 per hour plus super

St Joseph's College, Toowoomba | 7-12 

St Joseph’s College offers a dynamic and vibrant learning atmosphere with a spirit of faith, hope, compassion and excellence. The College calls on all staff to use their talents to their full whilst working in partnership with parents to provide a quality education.

Be a part of something special, follow the link for further information on working at St Joseph's College, Toowoomba. 

The Career Support Officer works collaboratively with school communities to promote and foster the achievement, participation, career development, and employability of all students. This role supports the school based Career Development Practitioner (CDP) and delivery of the Career Development program that enables students to make informed choices to navigate their current and future careers.

Further details can be obtained from the Role Description.

Live outside Toowoomba? We encourage you to visit the Live Toowoomba website to discover what living in Toowoomba has to offer.

Please submit your application via SEEK and include

  • a cover letter, of no more than two pages highlighting your demonstrated experience and qualifications
  • your resume, to include the names of two referees (one must be your current or most recent manager)
  • supporting application documents.

To discuss this role, or any difficulties in applying, please contact Principal, Kort Goodman by email kgoodman@sjc.qld.edu.au.

Employment will be in accordance with Catholic Employing Authorities Single Enterprise Collective Agreement – Diocesan Schools of Queensland 2019 – 2023

Curriculum Middle Leader | Science and HPE | St John's School, Roma

Applications close Thursday, 2 December 2021

Applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible; applications will be reviewed prior to the closing date.

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Full time | Fixed term | 2 year contract | From 17 January 2022

Middle Management | Tier 2 + Complexity Loading | $89,655 - $122,880 per annum plus benefits plus super

This role holds an underlying full time, continuing teaching position

St John's School, Roma | P-12

St John's offers a vibrant, exciting, and balanced learning environment within a safe and caring community. Together with the formal academic programs, there is an extensive program of co-curricular opportunities including active community service.

Applications are invited from accomplished and experienced teachers who are looking for a Middle Leadership role and have the ability to teach Science and Health and Physical Education.

Further details can be obtained from the Role Description and TCS Leadership Framework.

If you take up a teaching appointment in Roma, you may be eligible for financial benefits

Live outside Roma? We encourage you to visit the Maranoa Regional Council to discover what living in Roma has to offer.

If you would like to be considered for this role, please submit your application via SEEK and include

  • a cover letter, of no more than two pages highlighting your demonstrated skills and experience
  • your resume, to include the names of two current referees (one must be your current principal)
  • supporting application documents.

To discuss this role or future opportunities, please contact Principal, Jim Brennan by email Jim.Brennan@twb.catholic.edu.au or by phone 07 4622 1842.

Employment will be in accordance with the Catholic Employing Authorities Single Enterprise Collective Agreement – Diocesan Schools of Queensland 2019 – 2023.

Boarding Assistant Supervisor | McAuley House | St Saviour's Boarding, Toowoomba

Applications close Thursday, 2 December 2021

Applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible, applications will be reviewed prior to the closing date

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Term Time | 25 hours per week

Continuing | From 24 January 2022

Assistant Supervisor | $27 per hour plus super

St Saviour's College | Toowoomba | 7-12

St Saviour’s College is a proud Mercy college with a commitment to life-long learning, an attitude of excellence, and a strong sense of compassion and justice. It is a place where young women are encouraged to make a difference in the community. Enthusiastic and experienced staff provide learning opportunities that draw faith, culture, and life into harmony within a hospitable, compassionate, and supportive environment.

McAuley House, the Residential section of St Saviour’s College provides a unique experience of residential community living for girls in the Mercy tradition. It is an experience that is based on care, respect, mutual trust, and a positive partnership between the student’s family and the College.

Boarding House positions involve responsibility for the care of female boarders between the ages of 12 and 18.

Further details can be obtained from the Role Description.

Applications from relief teachers or experienced candidates seeking casual hours are also encouraged to submit their expressions of interest.

Live outside Toowoomba? We encourage you to visit the Live Toowoomba website to discover what living in Toowoomba has to offer.

If you would like to be considered for this role, please submit your application via SEEK and include 

  • a cover letter, of no more than two pages highlighting your demonstrated skills and experience
  • your resume, to include the names of two referees (one must be your current manager)
  • supporting application documents.

To discuss this role or future opportunities, please contact the Acting Boarding Manager, Tanya Brown by email tanya.brown@twb.catholic.edu.au or by phone 07 4637 1699.

Employment will be in accordance with the Catholic Employing Authorities Single Enterprise Collective Agreement – Diocesan Schools of Queensland 2019 – 2023.

Boarding Supervisor | McAuley House | St Saviour's College, Toowoomba

Applications close Thursday, 2 December 2021

Applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible; applications will be reviewed prior to the closing date.

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Term Time | 38 hours per week

Continuing | 24 January 2022

Boarding Supervisor | $28.1974 per hour plus super

St Saviour's College | Toowoomba | 7-12

St Saviour’s College is a proud Mercy college with a commitment to life-long learning, an attitude of excellence, and a strong sense of compassion and justice. It is a place where young women are encouraged to make a difference in the community. Enthusiastic and experienced staff provide learning opportunities that draw faith, culture, and life into harmony within a hospitable, compassionate, and supportive environment.

McAuley House, the Residential section of St Saviour’s College provides a unique experience of residential community living for girls in the Mercy tradition. It is an experience that is based on care, respect, mutual trust, and a positive partnership between the student’s family and the College.

Boarding House positions involve responsibility for the care of female boarders between the ages of 12 and 18.

Further details can be obtained from the Role Description.

Applications from relief teachers or experienced candidates seeking casual hours are also encouraged to submit their expressions of interest.

Live outside Toowoomba? We encourage you to visit the Live Toowoomba website to discover what living in Toowoomba has to offer. 

If you would like to be considered for this role, please submit your application via SEEK and include 

  • a cover letter, of no more than two pages highlighting your demonstrated skills and experience
  • your resume, to include the names of two current referees (one must be your current manager)
  • supporting application documents

To discuss this role or future opportunities, please contact the Acting Boarding Manager, Tanya Brown by email tanya.brown@twb.catholic.edu.au or by phone 07 4637 1699.

Employment will be in accordance with the Catholic Employing Authorities Single Enterprise Collective Agreement – Diocesan Schools of Queensland 2019 – 2023.

Boarding Laundry Assistant | McAuley House | St Saviour's Boarding, Toowoomba

Applications close Thursday, 2 December 2021

Applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible, applications will be reviewed prior to the closing date

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Term Time | 20-25 hours per week

Continuing | From 24 January 2022

Services Staff Level 1 | $26.87 to 27.83 per hour plus super

St Saviour's College | Toowoomba | 7-12

St Saviour’s College is a proud Mercy college with a commitment to life-long learning, an attitude of excellence, and a strong sense of compassion and justice. It is a place where young women are encouraged to make a difference in the community. Enthusiastic and experienced staff provide learning opportunities that draw faith, culture, and life into harmony within a hospitable, compassionate, and supportive environment.

McAuley House, the Residential section of St Saviour’s College provides a unique experience of residential community living for girls in the Mercy tradition. It is an experience that is based on care, respect, mutual trust, and a positive partnership between the student’s family and the College.

Boarding House positions involve responsibility for the care of female boarders between the ages of 12 and 18.

As the Laundry Assistant, you will be working with Boarding staff and students to coordinate the laundry service for the house, ensuring all linen needs are met and student personal clothing is laundered. The Laundry Assistant will also perform some minor repairs to student uniforms.

Further details can be obtained from the Role Description.

Applications from relief staff or experienced candidates seeking casual hours are also encouraged to submit their expressions of interest.

Live outside Toowoomba? We encourage you to visit the Live Toowoomba website to discover what living in Toowoomba has to offer.

If you would like to be considered for this role, please submit your application via SEEK and include 

  • a cover letter, of no more than two pages highlighting your demonstrated skills and experience
  • your resume, to include the names of two referees (one must be your current manager)
  • supporting application documents.

To discuss this role or future opportunities, please contact the Acting Boarding Manager, Tanya Brown by email tanya.brown@twb.catholic.edu.au or by phone 07 4637 1699.

Employment will be in accordance with the Catholic Employing Authorities Single Enterprise Collective Agreement – Diocesan Schools of Queensland 2019 – 2023.

School Officer | Administration | St Saviour's College, Toowoomba

Applications close Thursday, 2 December 2021

Applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible; applications will be reviewed prior to the closing date.

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Term time | 38 hours per week

Fixed term | 17 January 2022 to 15 January 2023

School Officer Level 3 | $29.77 - $31.04 per hour plus super

The position is reliant on designated funding

St Saviour's College, Toowoomba | 7-12

St Saviour’s College is a proud Mercy college with a commitment to life-long learning, an attitude of excellence, and a strong sense of compassion and justice. It is a place where young women are encouraged to make a difference in the community. Enthusiastic and experienced staff provide learning opportunities that draw faith, culture, and life into harmony within a hospitable, compassionate, and supportive environment.

The School Officer provides a range of administrative, receptionist, secretarial support services, financial administration services to the Business Manager, Principal, and teaching staff. This role will see you provide reception and administrative support.

Further details can be obtained from the Role Description.

Live outside Toowoomba? We encourage you to visit the Live Toowoomba website to discover what living in Toowoomba has to offer. 

If you would like to be considered for this role, please submit your application via SEEK and include

  • a cover letter, of no more than two pages highlighting your demonstrated skills and experience
  • your resume, to include the names of two referees (one must be your current manager)
  • supporting application documents.

To discuss this role or future opportunities, please contact the Principal, Sharon Collins by email sharon.collins@twb.catholic.edu.au or by phone 07 4637 1600.

Employment will be in accordance with the Catholic Employing Authorities Single Enterprise Collective Agreement – Diocesan Schools of Queensland 2019 – 2023.

Education Officer | Numeracy (Primary) | Toowoomba Catholic Schools Office

Applications close Thursday, 2 December 2021.

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Full time | 38 hours per week

Continuing | From 10 January 2022 

PO5 | $119,876 – $135,380 + super

Toowoomba Catholic Schools (TCS) is a system of 31 primary, secondary, and P-12 schools located in Toowoomba, and across the Darling Downs and South West Queensland.

The Role

You will work collaboratively, as part of the Teaching and Learning Directorate, to support the implementation of key strategies that enhance leadership and teaching in the area of numeracy. The role will see you provide expert advice in numeracy across Teaching and Learning and schools, as well as bring a primary focus to the Diocesan Maths Improvement Strategy.

This opportunity will provide you with a well rounded experience of Teaching and Learning across all of our primary schools. You will further develop a diverse skill set relevant to various leadership positions across Toowoomba Catholic Schools. 

This role requires work over school holiday periods and has annual leave entitlements. 

Applications are invited from accomplished and experienced teachers and leaders. 

Please note, travel is a requirement of this role. 

Your Experience

Essential

  • empathy with the values and ethos of the Catholic faith
  • tertiary qualification in education and a minimum of 5 years’ experience in primary teaching or 3 years’ experience in a similar role
  • hold, or be eligible to hold, registration as a teacher in Queensland
  • desire and willingness to provide services in rural and remote school communities
  • demonstrated ability to model effective classroom practice, observe teachers and provide feedback
  • effective relationship building and influencing skills
  • demonstrated experience working with the Microsoft suite of products
  • advanced interpersonal and communication skills

 Desirable 

  • coaching and/or leadership experience in a primary educational setting
  • experience in implementation of the 21st Century skills in Australian Curriculum Mathematics and Numeracy General Capability
  • masters in the relevant area

Further position information can be obtained from the Role Description.

If you are excited by this challenge, please submit your application via SEEK and include

  • a cover letter demonstrating your suitability for this role in no more than 2 pages
  • your resume
  • the names and contact details of two referees (one must be your current Principal)
  • supporting application documents.

To discuss this role, or any difficulties in applying, please contact the Director: Teaching and Learning, Jim Midgley by email Jim.Midgley@twb.catholic.edu.au or by phone 07 4637 1471.

College Chaplain | St Saviour's College, Toowoomba

Applications close Thursday, 2 December 2021

Applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible; applications will be reviewed prior to the closing date.

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Term time | 15 hours per week

Fixed term | 18 January 2022 to 15 January 2023

School Officer Level 5 | $33.5342 - $35.1658 per hour

The position is reliant on designated funding

St Saviour's College, Toowoomba | 7-12

St Saviour’s College is a proud Mercy college with a commitment to life-long learning, an attitude of excellence, and a strong sense of compassion and justice. It is a place where young women are encouraged to make a difference in the community. Enthusiastic and experienced staff provide learning opportunities that draw faith, culture, and life into harmony within a hospitable, compassionate, and supportive environment.

The role of the College Chaplain is to provide social, emotional, and spiritual support to students and staff. The role will assist in meeting the needs of students, families, and staff in ways that will enhance the wellbeing and development of the school community. In order to achieve this, the College Chaplain will work closely with those in key roles of pastoral care and learning support, teachers, and the leadership team. 

Further details can be obtained from the Role Description

Live outside Toowoomba? We encourage you to visit the Live Toowoomba website to discover what living in Toowoomba has to offer. 

If you would like to be considered for this role, please submit your application via SEEK and include

  • a cover letter, of no more than two pages highlighting your demonstrated skills and experience
  • your resume, to include the names of two referees (one must be your current manager)
  • supporting application documents.

To discuss this role or future opportunities, please contact the Principal, Sharon Collins by email sharon.collins@twb.catholic.edu.au or by phone 07 4637 1600.

Employment will be in accordance with the Catholic Employing Authorities Single Enterprise Collective Agreement – Diocesan Schools of Queensland 2019 – 2023.

Senior Education Leader | Toowoomba Catholic Schools Office

Applications close Friday, 10 December 2021

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Full time | Commencing January to March 2021 (negotiable)

Fixed term | 5 year contract

Position arising from a resignation

Senior Leadership Scale Level 2

Toowoomba Catholic Schools (TCS) is a system of 31 primary, secondary, and P-12 schools located across Toowoomba, the Darling Downs and South West Queensland. This is an exciting time to be joining our organisation and an ideal opportunity to demonstrate your full potential - leading an ambitious improvement agenda in student performance, teaching and leadership capability building and enrolment growth.

The Role

The Senior Education Leader (SEL) supports and leads the work of principals, senior leaders and staff in a secondary and P-12 cluster of schools. Specifically, the SEL oversees and supervises the effective implementation of the school strategic plan, paying particular attention to student progress and performance. The SEL is accountable for and reports regularly on the progress of key performance areas in each school and provides advice and recommendations to the Director: Teaching and Learning on resource allocation, service delivery, and staffing.

Your Experience

  • a strong commitment to the Catholic faith and the Church’s work in education
  • current registration through the Queensland College of Teachers
  • relevant Masters degree qualification in Education, Leadership or a related field
  • successful experience in a leadership role/s in a secondary educational setting/s
  • demonstrated ability to work with and lead teams, building capacity through effective processes and relational skills
  • knowledge and skills in leading and successfully implementing a contemporary secondary education program

Further details can be obtained from the Role Description. 

If you are excited by this challenge, please submit your application via SEEK and include

  • a cover letter demonstrating your suitability for this role in no more than 2 pages
  • your resume
  • the names and contact details of two referees (one must be your current Principal)
  • supporting application documents.

To discuss this role, or any difficulties in submitting an application, please contact Director: Teaching and Learning, Jim Midgley, by email Jim.Midgley@twb.catholic.edu.au or by phone (07) 4637 1471.

Curriculum Coordinator | St Francis De Sales School, Clifton

Applications close Thursday, 2 December 2021

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Full time | Permanent | From 17 January 2022

$75,471 - $108,695 per annum plus super

Position arising from an employee resignation 

St Francis De Sales School, Clifton | P-6

St Francis de Sales, Clifton, is dedicated to the total education and development of each child in a caring atmosphere created through Christian values. Staff are committed to working alongside parents to nurture all students to achieve high academic standards and grow in their awareness of God.

Please note this position involves a teaching load. 

Full details are provided in the Role Description. 

Please submit your application via SEEK and include

  • a response to the selection criteria, located within the Role Description
  • your resume
  • contact details of two referees (one must be from your current Principal)
  • supporting application documents

To discuss this role, please contact Senior Education Leader, Marty Savage by email Marty.Savage@twb.catholic.edu.au or by phone 07 4637 1409.

Any difficulties submitting your application, please email recruitment@twb.catholic.edu.au before the posting closure.

Employment will be in accordance with the Catholic Employing Authorities Single Enterprise Collective Agreement – Diocesan Schools of Queensland 2019 – 2023

Teacher | Learning Support (P-12) | St Joseph's School, Stanthorpe

Applications close Thursday, 2 December 2021

Applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible; applications will be reviewed prior to the closing date.

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Full time | Continuing | from 17 January 2022 

$75,470 - $108,695 per annum plus financial benefits and super

The position is reliant on designated funding

St Joseph's School, Stanthorpe | P-12

St Joseph’s, Stanthorpe, has been meeting the spiritual and educational needs of young people of the Stanthorpe district for more than 140 years. Our school focuses on the holistic development of every child through a unique pastoral care structure, a diverse curriculum, and contemporary facilities and resources. St Joseph’s has been recongnised as the first P-12 Visible Learning+ certified school in Australia and the first Visible Learning+ certified school in Queensland.

The Learning Support Teacher provides direct and indirect support to students, teachers, and parents​/carers.

The role will see you

  • provide support to the classroom/subject teacher(s) in the form of Planning for Personalised Learning: appropriate assessment, planning, implementation, evaluation, resourcing, and recording of programs for students either individually, in small groups, on a withdrawal basis or in class settings
  • provide support through consultancy to school personnel, parents, and other agencies
  • advise the Principal concerning the acquisition, development, and provision of suitable resources and programs
  • liaise with relevant colleagues and other members across the Diocese at periods of transition in students’ education
  • ensure your professional skills and knowledge are abreast of curriculum developments, current teaching practices, and education.

Candidates with proven experience in a similar learning support role will be highly regarded. Desirable for the candidate to have qualifications in Special Education.

Further details can be obtained from the Role Description

If you take up a teaching appointment in Stanthorpe, you may be eligible for financial benefits

Applications from candidates seeking an opportunity to return to the teaching profession in a part or full time capacity are encouraged to apply.

Live outside Stanthorpe? We encourage you to visit the Southern Downs Regional Council website (https://www.sdrc.qld.gov.au/living-here) to discover what living in Stanthorpe has to offer and welcome you to contact Principal, Andrew Kendall for any assistance. 

If you would like to be considered for this role, please submit your expression of interest via SEEK and include

  • a cover letter, of no more than two pages highlighting your demonstrated skills and experience
  • your resume, to include the names of two current referees (one must be your current principal)
  • supporting application documents.

To discuss this role or future opportunities, please contact Principal, Andrew Kendall by email Andrew.Kendall@twb.catholic.edu.au or by phone 07 4681 5900.

Employment will be in accordance with the Catholic Employing Authorities Single Enterprise Collective Agreement – Diocesan Schools of Queensland 2019 – 2023.

Speech Language Pathology Advisor | Toowoomba Catholic Schools Office

Applications close Monday, 6 December 2021

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Full time | 38 hours per week

Continuing | From 10 January 2022

Professional Officer Level 4 | $106,508 - $117,758 per annum plus super

Toowoomba Catholic Schools (TCS) is a system of 31 primary, secondary, and P-12 schools located in Toowoomba, and across the Darling Downs and South West Queensland.

The Role

This is an exciting time to be joining our organisation.   Speech Pathology Advisors work within the educational setting to provide support for schools, school staff and students through assessment, intervention, implementation of strategies and recommendations, collaboration with school-based teams for goal setting and planning for personalised learning.  This role presents an opportunity to contribute to enhancing service delivery across the Diocese.  The role will see you:

  • Provide speech language pathology support to school students and consult with families
  • Work side by side with school staff to build capacity within a response to intervention framework
  • Identify the speech/language/communication skills of students
  • Work collaboratively with school learning support teams to develop appropriate intervention responses which are able to be contextualised within an educational setting
  • Design and develop a range of professional learning resources, to support schools in speech language pathology services and practice 

Your Experience

  • tertiary qualification in speech language pathology
  • hold, or be eligible to hold, registration for Speech Pathology Australia
  • familiarity and competency with assessment and intervention in the area of paediatrics
  • effective relationship building and influencing skills
  • demonstrated experience working with the Microsoft suite of products
  • advanced interpersonal and communication skills
  • empathy with the values and ethos of the Catholic faith

Come and work with some of the most experienced, capable, and accomplished people in education. We encourage our people, at all levels, to develop their skills and expertise through providing exciting opportunities and experiences including access to professional development opportunities.

Our people have an ongoing commitment to look for new and innovative ways to improve in the delivery of education, other services and fostering our 'communities of care'.

Please note this role will require regular travel to a range of schools across the Diocese. 

Further details can be obtained from the Role Description. 

Live outside Toowoomba? We encourage you to visit the Live Toowoomba website to discover what living in Toowoomba has to offer.

If you would like to be considered for this role, please submit your application via SEEK and include 

  • a cover letter, of no more than two pages highlighting your demonstrated skills and experience
  • your resume
  • the names and contact details of two referees (one must be your current / most recent manager or director)
  • supporting application documents

To discuss this role, or any difficulties in applying, please contact Loretta McGill, Manager Learning Support, by phone (07) 4637 1475 or by email Loretta.McGill@twb.catholic.edu.au.

School Officer | Assisting Student Learning | St Stephen's School Pittsworth | P-6

Applications close Wednesday, 1 December 2021

Applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible; applications will be reviewed prior to the closing date.

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Term time | 4 hours per week

Fixed term | 17 January 2022 to 15 January 2023

School Officer Level 2 | $28.16 - $28.83 per hour plus super

Position arising from enrolment growth

St Stephen's Catholic School, Pittsworth | P-6

For over 100 years, St Stephen’s has been proudly providing quality Catholic education to the community of Pittsworth and surrounding areas. The vision for St Stephen’s students is that they become highly literate and numerate, open to and excited by the prospect of learning, and contribute to their community.

The ideal candidate will demonstrate the following:

  • ability to work in a vibrant community and a willingness to adapt to a variety of learning environments
  • readiness to assist with aspects of preparation and delivery of effective learning and teaching programs across the key learning areas for every student

Further details can be obtained from the Role Description.

Live outside Pittsworth? We encourage you to visit the Pittsworth region information page via the Toowoomba Regional Council website to discover what living in Pittsworth has to offer.

If you would like to be considered for this role, please submit your application via SEEK and include 

  • a cover letter, of no more than two pages highlighting your demonstrated skills and experience
  • your resume, to include the names of two referees (one must be your current principal)
  • supporting application documents

To discuss this role or future opportunities, please contact the Principal, Janine Butlin by email janine.butlin@twb.catholic.edu.au

Employment will be in accordance with the Catholic Employing Authorities Single Enterprise Collective Agreement – Diocesan Schools of Queensland 2019 – 2023.

 

School Officer | ICT Support | Our Lady of the Southern Cross College, Dalby

Applications close Monday, 29 November 2021
Applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible; applications will be reviewed prior to the closing date.

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Term time | 30 hours per week

25 hours | Permanent | From 17 January 2022

5 hours (additional) | Fixed Term | From 17 January 2022 to 15 January 2023

School Officer Level 3 | $29.77 - $31.04 per hour plus super

Our Lady of the Southern Cross College, Dalby | P-12

Our Lady of the Southern Cross College (OLSCC) aspires to grow great people throughout the 13 years we formally educate our students, and the decades of connection thereafter. As a hub of our community, we take pride in developing the Learning Dispositions and Catholic Social Teachings of our students so they may excel in academia, spirituality, sport, and culture. Our OLSCC family is both welcoming and diverse, valuing the contribution that every staff member can bring to the table.  We maintain high standards and expectations to ensure that what we do, we do well. This aspiration for excellence is developing across many areas and it is an exciting time to join the OLSCC team to make a valued change for the young people and families in our care.

The College is seeking an Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Officer to provide support and services to staff, students, and systems at the College.

Further details can be obtained from the Role Description.

Live outside Dalby? We encourage you to visit the Western Downs Regional Council website (https://www.wdrc.qld.gov.au/) to discover what living in Dalby has to offer.

Please submit your application via SEEK and include

  • a cover letter, of no more than two pages highlighting your demonstrated skills and experience
  • your resume, to include the names of two referees (one must be your current or most recent manager)
  • supporting application documents.

To discuss this role or future opportunities, please contact Principal, Peter Cuskelly by email Peter.Cuskelly@twb.catholic.edu.au.

Employment will be in accordance with Catholic Employing Authorities Single Enterprise Collective Agreement – Diocesan Schools of Queensland 2019 – 2023.

Secondary Teacher | Basketball coach | St Mary's College, Toowoomba

Applications close Thursday, 2 December 2021

Applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible; applications will be reviewed prior to the closing date.

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Full time | Permanent | from 17 January 2022 

$75,470 - $108,695 per annum plus super

Filling the position from a resignation

St Mary's College, Toowoomba | 5-12

Founded in 1899, St Mary’s College has a specialised focus on boys’ education, providing a variety of relevant and modern learning experiences and extra-curricular opportunities. All boys are encouraged to strive for excellence and realise their potential in all areas of their holistic education.

 Teachers with speciality in the following areas are encouraged to apply:-

  • an ability to coach Basketball is essential

Further details can be obtained from the Role Description.

Live outside Toowoomba? We encourage you to visit the Live Toowoomba website to discover what living in Toowoomba has to offer and welcome you to contact Principal, Brendan Stewart for any assistance. 

If you would like to be considered for this role, please submit your application via SEEK and include

  • a cover letter, of no more than two pages highlighting your demonstrated skills and experience
  • your resume, to include the names of two referees (one must be your current principal or manager)
  • supporting application documents.

To discuss this role or future opportunities, please contact the Principal, Brendan Stewart, by email stewartb@stmaryscollege.com or by phone 4631 7333.

Employment will be in accordance with the Catholic Employing Authorities Single Enterprise Collective Agreement – Diocesan Schools of Queensland 2019 – 2023.

 

Primary Teacher | Physical Education | Mater Dei Primary School, Toowoomba

Applications close Wednesday, 21 November 2021

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Part time | 24 hours per week

Fixed term | 17 January 2022 to 15 January 2023

$48.21 - $69.43 per hour plus super 

Position arising from an employee taking parental leave

Mater Dei Primary School, Toowoomba | P-6

Located in East Toowoomba, Mater Dei Primary School is part of a living faith community and has a positive culture where parents, staff and students are accountable for all learning.  Mater Dei’s unique Illuminating Possibilities Learning requires creative, innovative and flexible educators committed to the growth of every learner.

Please submit your application via SEEK and include

Further details can be obtained by contacting recruitment@twb.catholic.edu.au

Employment will be in accordance with Catholic Employing Authorities Single Enterprise Collective Agreement – Diocesan Schools of Queensland 2019 – 2023.

Secondary Teacher | Religious Education | Mary MacKillop Catholic College, Highfields

Applications close Wednesday, 1 December 2021

Applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible; applications will be reviewed prior to the closing date

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Full time | Fixed term | 17 January 2022 to 15 January 2023

$75,470 - $108,695 per annum plus super

The position is reliant on designated funding

Mary MacKillop Catholic College, Highfields | P-12

Mary MacKillop Catholic College is a rapidly growing school in one of the fastest expanding regions in Australia. The college has grown from a greenfield site in January 2003 to having its first cohort of Year 12 students in 2020. With a vibrant and expanding state of the art primary and secondary facilities, the college is an exciting and rewarding place for staff, students, and their families.

We are seeking a passionate and engaging teacher who is committed to growing in this area of the College. 

Applications from experienced teachers seeking a career with us are also encouraged to submit their expressions of interest.

Further details can be obtained from the Role Description

Live outside Toowoomba? We encourage you to visit the Live Toowoomba website to discover what living in Toowoomba has to offer.

If you would like to be considered for this role, please submit your expression of interest via SEEK and include 

  • a cover letter, of no more than two pages highlighting your demonstrated skills and experience
  • your resume, to include the names of two current referees (one must be your current principal)
  • supporting application documents.

To discuss this role or future opportunities, please contact the Principal, Chris Gabbett by email Chris.Gabbett@twb.catholic.edu.au or phone 07 4698 7777.

Employment will be in accordance with the Catholic Employing Authorities Single Enterprise Collective Agreement – Diocesan Schools of Queensland 2019 – 2023.

Talent Acquisition Partner | Catholic Dioceses of Queensland

Applications close Friday, 17 December 2021

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Full time | 2 year initial appointment | From 17 January 2022

Professional Officer Level 6 | $135,380 - $150,420 per annum plus super

New Position | Location is negotiable with the successful applicant

The Queensland Catholic Careers Collaborative (QC3) is a shared initiative across the Dioceses in prioritising the attraction, recruitment, and retention of expert staff. The QC3 comprises key human resource professionals working collectively in developing workforce strategies and building the collective profile of Queensland Catholic Education.

In support of a state-wide workforce strategy, Catholic Education in Queensland is seeking to appoint a Talent Acquisition Partner from the commencement of 2022.

The Talent Acquisition Partner supports the collective Queensland Dioceses’ workforce strategies and ongoing efforts to improve capability by enabling both strategic and operational objectives. This position works collaboratively with the Diocesan representatives of QC3 to develop, implement and review strategies and initiatives that support workforce attraction, development, and retention.

The Talent Acquisition Partner is responsible for coordinating, developing, and facilitating the delivery of agreed state-wide initiatives that ensure a focus on the wellbeing and resilience of workforces and support the attraction and recruitment of education professionals; strengthening the future of the teaching profession and the retention of education professionals to meet local priorities and objectives.

The successful applicant will hold a tertiary qualification in Human Resource Management or other relevant discipline, a current Blue Card and have relevant experience supporting and leading organisational initiatives.

In return for your proven ability to influence and motivate a diverse range of stakeholders, we offer an attractive salary commencing at $135,380 and a range of employee benefits.  The successful applicant will be based in one of the five Queensland Dioceses.  Initially, this is a fixed-term 2-year contract, with the potential for extension based on demonstrated outcomes.

Key Selection Criteria

  • Demonstrated experience in the scoping and implementation of contemporary initiatives designed to improve talent attraction and retention within a complex organisation
  • Demonstrated experience in delivering on strategic objectives, leading transformational change and development, including implementation of innovative initiatives and platforms
  • Demonstrated expertise in building practical organisational capability through development and management of strategic methodologies, frameworks and human resource processes
  • Demonstrated skills in analysing and interpreting data, identifying issues and risks and developing appropriate strategies and evidence-based reports
  • Proven highly developed analytical and problem-solving ability including excellent judgement and the ability to manage a number of projects within a given time period.
  • Exceptional consultative, verbal communication and interpersonal skills, particularly as demonstrated in the successful development and management of relationships, with a significant capacity to negotiate with internal and external clients and stakeholders

Further details can be obtained from the Role Description

We invite suitable candidates to provide a cover letter, responses to the Key Selection Criteria, and a copy of your current resume to:

Dr Pat Coughlan

Qld Director’s Forum Chair

C/- Diocese of Toowoomba Catholic Schools

pat.coughlan@twb.catholic.edu.au

If you have any queries relating to this opportunity, please contact the Employee Services team, Toowoomba Catholic Schools Office, by email recruitment@twb.catholic.edu.au or by phone (07) 4637 1441.

Classroom Teacher | Mater Dei Primary School, Toowoomba

Applications close Friday, 3 December 2021

Applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible; applications will be reviewed prior to the closing date.

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Full time | 30 hours per week

Fixed term | 17 January 2022 to 15 January 2023

$75,471 - $108,695 per annum plus super 

Position arising from an employee taking leave 

Mater Dei Primary School, Toowoomba | P-6

Located in East Toowoomba, Mater Dei Primary School is part of a living faith community and has a positive culture where parents, staff and students are accountable for all learning.  Mater Dei’s unique Illuminating Possibilities Learning requires creative, innovative and flexible educators committed to the growth of every learner.

Please submit your application via SEEK and include

Further details can be obtained by contacting recruitment@twb.catholic.edu.au

Employment will be in accordance with Catholic Employing Authorities Single Enterprise Collective Agreement – Diocesan Schools of Queensland 2019 – 2023.