Employment opportunities

Thank you for considering a career at Kilvington Grammar School. 

We are a smaller, co-educational independent school in Ormond, Melbourne, catering to the educational needs of approximately 800 ELC through to Year 12 students.

Our close-knit family-oriented community offers our employees a supportive environment in which to develop professionally and flourish personally.

EMPLOYMENT PHILOSOPHY AND CONDITIONS

Kilvington is committed to providing a child safe environment. We want our students to be safe, happy and empowered as we support and respect all students, as well as our staff and volunteers. This includes the safety of students from a culturally and/or linguistically diverse background and students with a disability.

All staff at Kilvington Grammar School are required to complete the School’s Child Safety and Protection training program. The staff intranet contains copies of the School’s Child Safety Policies which all staff are required to read and comply with.

Employment at the School is subject to the following compliance requirements:

• Applicants for teaching positions must hold registration (or permission to teach) with the Victorian Institute of Teaching.
• General staff (non-teaching staff, including music tutors) must hold, or be prepared to undergo, a Working with Children Check.

Kilvington Grammar School is committed to non-discriminatory recruitment by providing equal employment opportunity to all, and maintains strict privacy and confidentiality regarding your application.

SENIOR SCHOOL LEARNING SUPPORT ASSISTANT

Kilvington Grammar School is an outstanding independent co-educational school currently experiencing significant growth. We are now seeking an enthusiastic and experienced Learning Support Assistant for students in Years 7 to 12.

The successful candidate will will work with students, staff and parents across Years 7 to 12 as required, with an emphasis on the targeted support of an individual student within a classroom setting.  The Learning Support Assistant will work closely with the Senior School Learning Support Coordinators, classroom teachers and other supporting staff in establishing appropriate and relevant individual education programs. 

This position is full-time and will be a 12 month fixed-term contract. Previous experience in a similar role is preferred.

Applications will be accepted via Seek and will close at 5:00 pm on Friday 16 December, unless vacancy is filled prior.


JUNIOR SCHOOL LEARNING SUPPORT ASSISTANT

Kilvington Grammar School is an outstanding independent co-educational school currently experiencing significant growth. We are now seeking an enthusiastic and experienced Learning Support Assistant for students in Prep to Year 6.

The successful candidate will work with students, staff and parents across Prep to Year 6 as required, with an emphasis on the targeted support of an individual student within a classroom setting.  The Learning Support Assistant will work closely with the Junior School Learning Support Coordinator, classroom teachers and other supporting staff in establishing appropriate and relevant individual education programs. 

This position is part-time, 0.60FTE over four days and will be a 12 month fixed-term contract.  Hours and days will be confirmed with the successful applicant.  Previous experience in a similar role is preferred.

Kilvington Grammar School is committed to providing a child safe environment.  We want our students to be safe, happy and empowered as we support and respect all students, as well as our staff and volunteers. This includes the safety of students from a culturally and/or linguistically diverse background and students with a disability.

All staff at Kilvington Grammar School are required to complete the School’s Child Safety and Protection training program.

Applications will be accepted via seek and will close at 5:00 pm on Friday 16 December, unless vacancy is filled prior.

HEAD OF SPORT

The Head of Sport is responsible for the planning, development, implementation and review of the sport program, including the organisation and administration of weekly sport training, weekly sport fixtures (EISM) House Carnivals and association Carnivals.

The Head of Sport will oversee the Junior School District Sport Coordinator to ensure that Junior School sporting events run smoothly. The Head of Sport will work in close collaboration with other relevant staff, including the Junior School House Activities Coordinator, Deans of Wellbeing and Heads of School to ensure that a dynamic and inclusive program is in place across the whole school.

The Head of Sport will participate in School activities and parent meetings as required. Some of these meetings may be scheduled in the evening. The position also holds a teaching component.

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