Employment

We are willing to consider applications from both newly qualified and experienced teachers with an enthusiasm for the education of the whole person. Teachers who are keen to play a part in a dynamic and growing community will find a rewarding career here and benefit from a competitive remuneration package. All teachers are expected to play a full part in the pastoral and co-curricular life of the School, and be completely supportive of the School’s Christian tradition.

Interested applicants are invited to apply for the positions as they appear below.

All applications must include the completed EACS Employment Application Form (downloaded from the link below), a cover letter, curriculum vitae and the names of three referees.

Applications are to be marked “Confidential” and can be emailed to info@eacs.wa.edu.au or posted to:

The Principal
Esperance Anglican Community School
PO Box 400
Esperance WA 6450

EACS Employment Application Form

Current Opportunities

IT Trainee position for 12 months to complete a Certificate III Information technology (1 day per week at TAFE). This is a full-time position with a starting date of 10th January 2022.

POSITION CONTEXT & OBJECTIVE(S): To assist in the provision of first level helpdesk support service to the Information Technology Department and assist with training, hardware and software installation and maintenance requirements.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:

  • Assist with first level helpdesk support:
    • Provide basic support for software applications (Microsoft Office, SEQTA and other school-based applications/services)
    • Provide first response hardware support
  • Assist as training support for:
    • Microsoft Office, SEQTA, other school related software applications
    • Basic PC and peripheral hardware operation
  • Assist with hardware and software installations and maintenance.
  • Assist with general office duties.
  • To perform any other duties within the scope of the position as directed.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Good communication skills (written and verbal)
  • Valid Driver’s Licences
  • Working with Children Check
  • Police Clearance
  • Certificate II of IT Completed (Desirable)

Esperance Anglican Community School is committed to safeguarding children, and all staff are required to follow our Child Safe Policy and Procedures and our Code of Conduct; all staff will be vetted via checks on references, a federal police check and a Working with Children check.

Full details of the School can be found on our website http://www.eacs.wa.edu.au

For further information about this position please contact Nathan Abbott on 08 9083 2444 or email nabbott@eacs.wa.edu.au

Closing date for applications: Monday 29th November 2021
Interviews will take place in person or via Zoom and successful applicants will be contacted to arrange these interviews.

We are willing to consider applications from both newly qualified and experienced teachers with an enthusiasm for the education of the whole person in mind, body and spirit.

Applicants details will be kept on file and accessed and called upon as required.

Teachers who are keen to play a part in a dynamic and growing community will find a rewarding career at Esperance Anglican Community School. All teachers are expected to play a full part in the pastoral and co-curricular life of the School and be completely supportive of the School’s Anglican Christian tradition. Esperance Anglican Community School is committed to safeguarding children, and all staff are required to follow our Child Safe Policy and Procedures and our Code of Conduct; all staff will be vetted via checks on references, a federal police check and a Working with Children check.

Full details of the School can be found on our website http://www.eacs.wa.edu.au

For further information about this position please contact the School on 08 9083 2444 or email info@eacs.wa.edu.au

Closing date for applications:
Applications accepted throughout the year

GENERAL

The Resident House Supervisor plays a pivotal role in the day to day running of the House. It is vital that this position has a close and complementary working relationship with the Head of Boarding (HoB) and the House Mother. It is also important they can build up a good relationship with all those who live and work within the House.

The Resident House Supervisor’s involvement with the House must be proactive and they must be able to use their own initiative and be flexible as each new situation arises. A set of specific responsibilities is outlined below but the nature of the role is such that not all eventualities can be covered, and they may be asked to perform some duties not outlined.

SPECIFIC SHIFTS

A usual week will consist of the following shifts, but may be subject to change:

  • Tuesday – Friday: 7AM – 9AM
  • Wednesday – Thursday: 3PM – 9PM
  • Friday – 3PM – 11PM
  • Saturday – 7AM – 3PM

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES

Resident House Supervisor is responsible for:

  • Getting to know the individuals in McVay House and build a rapport with each individual
  • Encourage each individual to attain their potential
  • Ensuring that the daily routine is followed
  • Responding to boarders’ requests as required including dealing with immediate boarder concerns and pastoral care issues
  • Managing the Boarding House office as required including completing necessary forms
  • Administering medications as required
  • Communicating with parents/guardians as required while on duty
  • Supervising homework as required
  • Ensuring students have signed in and out
  • At dinner - supervise laying and cleaning of tables, calling students to dinner, announcements to students, monitoring student behaviour and attendance
  • Ensuring students are completing prep and liaise with Head of Boarding if academic assistance is required
  • Routinely checking on maintenance requirements
  • Completing any paperwork, filing, and duties as required by the Head of Boarding
  • Completing any duties as required by the Head of Boarding

As well as the above regular duties, overnight duties will include:

  • Turning on the final alarm and ensuring McVay House is locked
  • Attending to any medical emergency as required

PERSONAL REQUIREMENTS

  • Strong attention to detail
  • Ability to work as a member of a team
  • Proactive work ethic
  • Ability to work unsupervised
  • Friendly and professional manner
  • Able to work outside of normal hours on occasions

DESIRABLE REQUIREMENTS

  • PTD Authorisation (F Extension)
  • Community Surf Rescue Certificate

REPORTING PROTOCOLS

The Residential Supervisor directly reports to the Head of Boarding and should be consulted for all serious matters (missing boarder, suspected alcohol consumption, aggressive behaviour).
Pastoral care and minor behavioural issues should be discussed with the House Mother and/or Head of Boarding.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
It is a requirement that the Residential Supervisor has completed the ABSA Duty of Care course (Book 1 and 2) as part of their appointment. Other on-going relevant professional development opportunities may be required to be completed throughout the course of employment, examples of these could be, but are not limited to, Senior First Aid, Youth Mental Health and Community Surf Rescue. Any opportunities or requests for PD should be discussed with the Head of Boarding.


Esperance Anglican Community School is committed to safeguarding children, and all staff are required to follow our Child Safe Policy and Procedures and our Code of Conduct; all staff will be vetted via checks on references, a federal police check and a Working with Children check.

Full details of the School can be found on our website http://www.eacs.wa.edu.au
For further information about this position please contact Nathan Abbott on 08 9083 2444 or email nabbott@eacs.wa.edu.au

Closing date for applications:
Applications accepted throughout the year

We have an employment opportunity for a Casual Boarding House Cook commencing immediately. The position involves preparing and serving students and duty staff evening meals, cleanup and assistance with menu planning. Knowledge of Food handling procedures is required. Esperance Anglican Community School is committed to safeguarding children, and all staff are required to follow our Child Safe Policy and Procedures and our Code of Conduct; all staff will be vetted via checks on references, a federal police check and a Working with Children check. Applications open now.

For further information please contact Nathan Abbott at the school on 08 9080 2444 or email nabbott@eacs.wa.edu.au

Closing date for applications: Friday 29th October 2021

The role is one in supporting teachers with the provision of assistance in literacy and numeracy to students in Years 7 to 10 within the classroom. The school has a learning-support program in-place and this role will be an integral part of the on-going development of this provision. Full details of the school can be found on our website http://www.eacs.wa.edu.au

For further information about these positions please contact the school on 08 9083 2444 or info@eacs.wa.edu.au.

Closing date for applications: Friday 26th November 2021