51Сʪ

Employment

Employment philosophy

Criteria for selection of teaching staff:

  • Evidence of Christian commitment
  • Pastor’s written testimony to Christian commitment
  • Other testimony to character
  • Appropriate academic qualifications
  • Practicum Reports or Professional Records
  • Indication of Biblical philosophy of life and practice
  • Queensland College of Teachers Registration (or evidence of eligibility)

Further criteria for selection of senior teaching staff:

  • Clear evidence of a successful career
  • Evidence of organisational competence
  • Familiarity with position requirements
  • Collegiality – ability to accept responsibility within a team situation
  • Leadership qualities – ability to assist staff at a lower level or responsibility

Criteria for selection of teacher aide/ admin staff:

  • Evidence of Christian commitment
  • Pastor’s written testimony to Christian commitment
  • Other testimony to character
  • Appropriate qualifications
  • Professional Records as applicable
  • Indication of Biblical philosophy of life and practice

 


Vacancies at 51Сʪ

Applications for employment at the College are welcome at any time during the academic year. General enquiries can be submitted by completing the application form below, including any relevant attachments. 

Employment Information Collection Notice

At 51Сʪ, we collect personal information from job applicants to assess their suitability for roles within the College. This includes details from resumes and relevant background checks. We handle your information with utmost confidentiality.

Please review out Employment Personal Information Collection Notice for more details on our privacy practices and your rights.

 


 

Primary School

Lower Primary Classroom Teacher 

Description

The Lower Primary classroom teacher should be able to demonstrate effective and inclusive teaching practices, strong organization as well as clear oral and written communication with staff and students. This position will require a professional manner, excellent interpersonal skills, the ability to work effectively as a part of a team as well as individually whilst maintaining flexibility in navigating daily events that might present themselves in the classroom.  Experience using iPads and technology in a primary setting is desirable. All applicants should be able to demonstrate a Christian commitment in their personal lives.

Requirements include:

  • Queensland College of Teachers current registration
  • Written, current Pastor’s reference

Selection criteria includes:

  • Profess a Christian belief and regularly attend a church fellowship
  • Model Christian living and character
  • Ability to integrate faith and learning in an authentic and engaging manner
  • Effective teaching practices
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • High degree of technological literacy
  • Prior experience teaching using iPads preferable
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Ability to work effectively in a team
  • Effective organisation and time management skills.

How to apply:

Applications are to include a detailed Curriculum Vitae and written Pastor’s reference. 

Contract commencing Term 3 2024.

Applications can be emailed directly to:
ATTN: Primary Staffing Coordinator
Email: mail@citipointe.qld.edu.au 

Or sent via the Application Form at the bottom of this page.

Student Support Department Teacher – Case Manager

Description

This full time position deals directly with students, colleagues and parents about student support matters. The objective of the role is to provide students with support and strategies that allow them to access the curriculum and operate effectively at school. It requires liaising with external professionals and includes completing formal applications in consultation with staff and parents to government departments for funding allocations which are reviewed on a regular basis.

In addition to case managing student needs, small group student support lessons in general literacy, writing, social skills or executive functioning will be included in the responsibilities of this position.

The applicant should be able to effectively multi-task and self-manage their time, whilst also demonstrating the ability to follow directives and work collaboratively as part of a functional team. They should possess clear oral and written communication skills and be willing to adapt to new and changing technologies utilised within the primary school. All applicants should be able to demonstrate a Christian commitment in their personal lives.

Requirements include:

  • Queensland College of Teachers current registration
  • Post graduate studies in Learning Support or inclusive education would be desirable
  • A written pastoral reference from the church you currently attend

Selection criteria includes:

  • Profess a Christian belief and regularly attend a church fellowship
  • Model Christian living and character
  • Effective teaching practices
  • Ability to integrate faith and learning in an authentic and engaging manner
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • High degree of technological literacy
  • Experience in integrating assistive technologies and advantage
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Ability to work effectively in a team
  • Effective organisation and time management skills.

How to apply:

Applications are to include a detailed Curriculum Vitae and Pastor’s reference.

Position commences by negotiation 2024.

Applications can be emailed directly to:
ATTN: Primary Staffing Coordinator
Email: mail@citipointe.qld.edu.au 

Or sent via the Application Form at the bottom of this page.

Primary Classroom Teacher Supply

Description

The classroom supply teacher should be able to demonstrate effective and inclusive teaching practices, strong organisation as well as clear oral and written communication with staff and students. This position will require a professional manner, excellent interpersonal skills, the ability to work effectively as a part of a team as well as individually whilst maintaining flexibility in navigating daily events that might present themselves in the classroom.  Experience using iPads and technology in a primary setting is desirable. All applicants should be able to demonstrate a Christian commitment in their personal lives.

Requirements include:

  • Queensland College of Teachers current registration
  • A written pastoral reference from the church you currently attend

Selection criteria includes:

  • Profess a Christian belief and regularly attend a church fellowship
  • Model Christian living and character
  • Ability to integrate faith and learning in an authentic and engaging manner
  • Effective teaching practices
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • High degree of technological literacy
  • Prior experience teaching using iPads preferable
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Ability to work effectively in a team
  • Effective organisation and time management skills.

Primary Teacher Aide Supply  

Description

This casual supply position provide teacher aide support at various levels within the primary school.  The role is to assist staff by undertaking tasks that support the classroom teacher or students in the delivery of learning. Tasks will vary and may be administrative in nature or may include working directly with small groups of students or individual children.  The applicant should be able to effectively multi-task and self-manage their time, whilst also demonstrating the ability to follow teacher directives. They should possess clear oral and written communication skills and be willing to adapt to new and changing technologies utilised within the primary school. All applicants should be able to demonstrate a Christian commitment in their personal lives.

Requirements include:

  • Suitable certification in Education Support or equivalent experience
  • A written pastoral reference from the church you currently attend

Selection criteria includes:

  • Profess a Christian belief and regularly attend a church fellowship
  • Model Christian living and character
  • Ability to integrate faith and learning in an authentic and engaging manner
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • High degree of technological literacy
  • Prior experience teaching using iPads preferable
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Ability to work effectively in a team
  • Effective organisation and time management skills.


Secondary School

Science Technician (Relief) 

Description

This is a support position located in the secondary Science department. The Science Technician will assist the Head of Science and teachers to ensure the smooth and efficient operation of the Science laboratories. The Science Technician’s prime function is to support the achievement of improved student learning outcomes in Science by assisting the teaching staff and college students in their use of the Science laboratories.

Academic Qualifications: Minimum of a relevant Certificate IV in Laboratory Techniques or equivalent. A bus driver’s licence would be an advantage.

Key Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Prepare, distribute and set up samples/demonstrations, class sets of equipment and associated scientific materials for practical teaching laboratory us
  • Prepare chemical solutions of known concentration from bulk supplies including concentrated acids, stains and media and manufacture simple glassware/general equipment for preparation-laboratory and teaching-laboratory use.
  • Complete necessary curriculum related risk assessment documentation for teachers to review.
  • Work independently in a science laboratory, recognising, anticipating and safely managing chemical hazards.
  • Maintain scientific teaching resources, classrooms, storerooms, preparation rooms and laboratories in a clean, safe, orderly and secure manner.
  • Maintain a safe chemical/laboratory waste storage/handling/preparation/disposal system including labelling, secure storage, calibration and control of equipment and apparatus.
  • Collect off campus scientific materials, science resources and field samples and collect and care for flora and fauna within the science department, in accordance with current handling and prevention of cruelty regulations.
  • Maintain a system for recording allocation and usage of materials and equipment, establishing a priority system where necessary.
  • Organise and prioritise daily variation of tasks to flexibly support student learning outcomes.
  • Operate laboratory equipment/apparatus and perform routine operator maintenance/instrument calibrations as required, in compliance with the manufacturer specifications.
  • Assist science teaching staff with demonstrations, instruction of students on use/care of equipment during science experiments and field trips and the application of safety measures.
  • Demonstrate innovative thinking by solving problems and assisting to identify learning opportunities, in conjunction with teachers and the Head of Science.
  • Provide and promote quality advice to Science teaching staff on their needs for practical work, focusing on the technical components of the curriculum, including STEM initiatives.
  • Assist in promoting and implementing various STEM initiatives, to increase student engagement and STEM pathways.
  • Develop maintenance procedures, and carry out maintenance of science equipment, materials, and buildings. Report loss and damage to equipment and arrange repairs and replacements.
  • Complete Workplace Health and Safety audits of the college laboratories as required.
  • Assist with field trip preparations that may include arranging bookings and preparing appropriate materials.
  • Assist with bus driving for field trips and group work.
  • Assist with record keeping, stocktaking of equipment/materials within the Science department.
  • Assist with databases and asset register maintenance – annual stock take, hazardous substances register, dangerous goods register, dissection register, or any other relevant registers as required by legislation.
  • Assist with preparing and managing the Science budget and maintaining petty cash.
  • Collect and/or receive deliveries of stock, unpack, check invoices, store appropriately. 
  • Maintain accurate records of inventory, purchases/incoming orders, arrange collection and/or receipting, unpacking, checking invoices and storage of stock, a chemical stock register and monitor chemicals and ensure provision of current Safety Data Sheets.
  • Establish, maintain, review and update laboratory protocols and methods.
  • Liaise and network with organisations, industries and other schools, Science teaching staff and other laboratory staff under the direction of the Head of Science.
  • Acquire relevant catalogues and price lists, obtain quotes and prepare orders for equipment, chemicals and services.
  • Assist with the data entry of student results and the provision of student data to the Head of Science.
  • Assist with management of the filing system in the Science department and the formatting of exams and assessments items for Science teachers.
  • Assist with the organisation of Science competitions for students.
  • Assist with Central departmental notices and Variations of Duty for Science staff.

Qualifications & Essential Criteria includes:

  • Be cognisant of the Workplace Health and Safety requirements in Science laboratories.
  • Profess a Christian belief and regularly attend a church fellowship.
  • Model Christian character and living in the community, accepting 51Сʪ’s Statement of Faith.
  • Demonstrate excellent laboratory technician’s skills in regard to the preparation for and pack up after students’ practical science assignments and the safe operation of the college Science laboratories.
  • Demonstrate an excellent understanding of the handling of chemicals and other hazardous substances in the college Science laboratories.
  • Demonstrate an excellent understanding of the Workplace Health and Safety requirements pertaining to a laboratory environment.
  • Demonstrate strong written and oral communication skills, and a high degree of computer literacy.
  • Demonstrate excellent interpersonal skills and an ability to contribute to team effectiveness.
  • Demonstrate a high level of effective organisation and time management skills.
  • Demonstrate high levels of confidentiality pertaining to sensitive college in formation.

How to apply:
Applications for this role can be submitted to the Head of Secondary and sent through secondary@citipointe.qld.edu.au, with the subject line of SECONDARY SCIENCE TECHNICIAN APPLICATION.
Please ensure your application includes the following information:

  • cover letter addressed to the attention of Mrs Natasha Parsons – Secondary Head of Science.
  • Your current resume including qualifications and your previous working experience.
  • A written pastoral reference from the church you currently attend.

Secondary Teacher   

Description

The following positions are available as full time or part time:

  • English
  • English as an Additional Language
  • Expressions of Interest in other teaching areas

Position Summary:

Secondary teachers at 51Сʪ are supportive of the Educational Philosophy of the College and are focused on developing a culture of excellence. They take responsibility for the teaching, learning, assessment and reporting within the subject class and facilitate positive and productive community relationships. They play a role in student pastoral care, contributing to the well-being culture within the secondary context. Secondary teachers are committed to the holistic education of all students and continually improve their teaching techniques and practices.

Requirements include:

  • Queensland College of Teachers current registration (or evidence of eligibility)
  • Written, current Pastor’s reference.

Essential attributes include:

  • Profess a Christian belief and regularly attend a church fellowship
  • Model Christian living and character
  • Ability to integrate faith and learning in an authentic and engaging manner
  • Have a minimum of a Bachelor of Education or equivalent and/or qualifications in specialist teaching areas.
  • Effective teaching practices
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • High degree of technological literacy
  • Prior experience teaching using iPads preferable
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Ability to work effectively in a team
  • Effective organisation and time management skills.

How to Apply:

Applications for these roles can be submitted to the Head of Secondary and sent through mail@citipointe.qld.edu.au, with the subject line of SECONDARY TEACHER APPLICATION.

Please ensure your application includes the following information:

  • cover letter addressed to the attention of Mr Cameron Ivers – Head of Secondary.
  • Your current resume including qualifications and your previous working experience.
  • Practicum reports and/ professional records (academic transcript not certificate)
  • A written pastoral reference from the church you currently attend.
  • Two referees

Positions commencing January 2024

Interviews may occur before the closing date and the College reserves the right to change the closing date.

Secondary Relief Teacher Aide

Description

This position is responsible for collaboratively assisting with all aspects of the planning, preparation and delivery of effective learning and teaching programs across the key learning areas for every student in the allocated classes, as directed. In addition, the teacher aide has a duty of care to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all students within their care.

Key Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Assist the class teacher in carrying out academic programs.
  • Monitor the students’ progress when requested.
  • Support and assist the students with their social and emotional progress.
  • Preparation of resources for learning activities e.g. administration tasks for teacher and self, library-based work, photocopying, development of resources etc.
  • Classroom-based support and direction of students involving standing or seated presentation of information to students, monitoring verbal and non-verbal responses of students, providing answers to questions and supervision of group and individual learning activities.
  • Excursion-based support of students; involving supervision of small or large groups of students outside the school premises, monitoring student completion of excursion-related learning activities, constant surveillance of surroundings to ensure student safety etc.

Qualifications & Essential Criteria includes:

  • Profess a Christian belief and regularly attend a church fellowship
  • Model Christian living and character
  • Effective communication and displaying a high level of interpersonal skills to function as an effective team member
  • Level of understanding of the issues regarding students with diverse needs.
  • Holder of Certificate III or IV in Education Support (or be willing to obtain)
  • Hold a current Blue card
  • Hold a current First Aid certificate (Preferred)

How to apply:
Applications for this role can be submitted to the Head of Secondary and sent through mail@citipointe.qld.edu.au, with the subject line of SECONDARY RELIEF TEACHER AIDE APPLICATION.
Please ensure your application includes the following information:

  • cover letter addressed to the attention of Mr Cameron Ivers – Head of Secondary.
  • Your current resume including qualifications and your previous working experience.
  • A written pastoral reference from the church you currently attend.

Sports Assistant (Term Time)

Description

Permanent for 3-4 days per week

Description

51Сʪ recognises and celebrates the profound importance of sports in the holistic development of our students as our students learn the value of fair play, dedication, and the pursuit of excellence.

The Sports Assistant is responsible for working closely with the Head of HPE and Focus Sport Coordinator to ensure that all curriculum sport, extra curricular and representative sport is well organised, administered and communicated to students, staff and parents is clear and effective. This includes assisting with the setup of equipment, attending sporting events and completing related administration.

Skills

  • Ability to adapt to changing circumstances and embrace new ideas with enthusiasm
  • Strong computer literacy skills with the ability to operate a variety of platforms and programs including Microsoft Office (especially excel spreadsheets)
  • Organisational planning and coordination skills including the ability to demonstrate flexibility and manage demanding or competing deadlines.

Attributes

  • Enthusiastic, energetic, with a proactive can do attitude
  • Confident, well-presented and engaging with a personal warmth that engenders mutual respect with staff, parents and visitors
  • Flexible and responsive to the needs of the school community and driven to achieve the best outcomes
  • Willingness to learn and develop in a supported environment
  • Motivated with a “can do” attitude.

Mandatory Criteria

  • Active and committed to Christian faith and 51Сʪ statement of faith.
  • Characteristics that provide a positive role model to students at the school
  • Understanding of and adherence to Child Safe Standards and Student Duty of Care.
  • Current Working with Children Suitability Card – The successful candidate will require a paid Blue Card before commencement.
  • First Aid Certificate or the ability to attain one.
  • Ability to perform the physical requirements of the role in a safe manner.

How to apply:

Applications are to include a detailed Curriculum Vitae and Pastor’s reference with position commencing ASAP.

Applications can be emailed directly to:
ATTN: Human Resources

Email: peoplerelations@citipointe.qld.edu.au


IT Department

IT Technical Support Officer

Description

Permanent
Full-Time

Description

The IT Technical Support Officer (TSO) is responsible for assisting in the efficient planning, installation, administration, maintenance, and performance of the College computer network and specifically the effective running of the IT Help Desk.

Qualifications & Essential Criteria includes:

Profess a Christian belief and regularly attend a church fellowship.
Model Christian character and living within the community.
Certificate III in IT (studying or completion of IT degree would be desirable).
Demonstrate excellent interpersonal skills.
Demonstrate an excellent ability to liaise and communicate with staff, parents/carers, students and external professionals.
Demonstrate strong written and oral communication skills, and a high degree of computer literacy.
Demonstrate an ability to work in a team contributing to team effectiveness.  
Demonstrate a high level of effective organisational and time management skills.
Demonstrate a willingness to continue to develop professionally.
Demonstrate ability to adapt to new and changing environments.
IT Help Desk proficient – incident and service management.
Troubleshooting / Problem solving.
Knowledge of Audio/Visual device connection/operation.
Hold a current Child Related Employment Positive Notice Blue Card.

Key Responsibilities:

Help Desk support to teaching, administration staff and students.
Remote software imaging of PCs / Macs / iPads.
Operation and management of network printers.
A/V operation and repair lodgement.
Video editing, if required.
 
Help Desk Support

The TSO is located strategically to support walk-in, phone and email queries from teaching staff. Ancillary staff may also phone and/or email requests for assistance to the TSO directly. These requests are to be attended to in a timely and professional manner. Teaching and Ancillary staff requests may require the TSO to visit them in their classroom or office to fulfil the request. The Help Desk position involves giving assistance in rectifying PC / Mac / iPad related issues such as getting a computer to turn on, boot, login or shutdown correctly.  Other issues could require diagnosis of hardware failure, software installation or configuration errors, printer-related problems, email communication, Internet connectivity, and advice on how to get the best from their PC / Mac / iPad. Frequently, the TSO will be required to work in classrooms to rectify problems, involving interaction with staff and students. Priorities will need to be evaluated. The TSO will require a reasonably high level of administrative ability when deciding what jobs are to be carried out and in what time frame. For clarification of daily job priorities, the TSO will refer to the Director of IT for direction.

Attending to other duties as required from time to time.
Ability to work additional hours as required.

How to apply:

Applications are to include a detailed Curriculum Vitae and Pastor’s reference with position commencing ASAP. 
Applications can be emailed directly to:
ATTN: Human Resources
Email: peoplerelations@citipointe.qld.edu.au 


Academy of the Arts

Instrumental Music Tutors – Percussion, Flute, Strings (Upper and Lower), Bass Guitar

Description

51Сʪ is a co-educational school, Prep to Year 12, which provides high quality education for students. The College focuses on providing a strong Christian and academic foundation that will serve students throughout life.

Our staff are committed to service, quality and innovation and this has contributed to the high quality of Christian education we have provided for more than 40 years.

51Сʪ’s commitment to the arts is demonstrated not just through curriculum subjects, but through various co-curricular activities and opportunities. All these take place through our esteemed Academy of the Arts. These positions support aspects of the Academy of the Arts, including music tuition, ensembles and beginner programs.

Positions commencing Term 3 2024.
(may be opportunity for earlier commencement in some roles)

  • Percussion tutor (approx. 2 days/12 hours per week). This is inclusive of the following:
  • Private and small group tuition (approx. 10 hours).
  • Percussion Ensemble rehearsal(s) (approx. 2 hours)
  • Preferred availability of Monday and Tuesday however some flexibility.
  • String Bass tutor (approx. 3-4 hours)*^ This is inclusive of the following:
    • Beginner Strings Program. Friday afternoon required.
    • Private and small group tuition (approx. 1-2 hours)
  • Bass Guitar tutor (approx. 3-4 hours)* This is inclusive of the following:
    • Beginner Band Program. Thursday afternoon required.
    • Private and small group tuition (approx. 1-2 hours)
  • Flute tutor (approx. 3 hours per week). This is inclusive of the following:
    • Beginner Band Program (2 hours). Thursday afternoon required.
    • Private and small group tuition (approx. 1 hour)
  • Upper Strings (violin and viola) tutor (approx. 1 day/ 6-7 hours per week)^ This is inclusive of the following:
    • Private and small group tuition (approx. 6 hours)
    • String Ensemble rehearsal(s) (approx. 1 hour)
    • Preferred availability of Tuesday.

* String Bass and Bass Guitar tutor roles may be combined for the right applicant.
^ String Bass and Upper Strings tutor roles may be combined for the right applicant.

Requirements include:

  • Current Blue Card or Teachers Registration.
  • Qualifications and/or experience in relevant areas (Music, Arts, Education).
  • Professional and personal referees.
  • Current pastoral reference.

 

Selection criteria includes:

  • Profess a Christian belief and regularly attend a church fellowship.
  • Model Christian living and character.
  • Ability to integrate faith and learning in an authentic and engaging manner.
  • Effective instrumental teaching practices.
  • Strong written and oral communication skills.
  • High degree of technological literacy.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work effectively in a team.
  • Effective organisation and time management skills.
  • Experience in group lessons small to large group lessons preferable.
  • Experience and discernment in teaching and assessing instrumental music.
  • A knowledge of contemporary instrumental teaching and pedagogy.
  • Experience of preparation of students for internal and external exams (ie. AMEB).
  • Ensemble directing experience preferable.

 

How to Apply:

Applications for these roles can be submitted to the Head of Performance and sent through mail@citipointe.qld.edu.au, with the subject line of INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC TUTOR APPLICATION.

Please ensure your application includes the following information:

  • A cover letter addressed to the attention of Mr Jared Proellocks – Head of Performance.
  • Your current resume including qualifications and your previous working experience.
  • A current pastoral reference.

Positions commencing Term 3 2024
(may be opportunity for earlier commencement in some roles)

Interviews may occur before the closing date and the College reserves the right to change the closing date.


Bus Department

Bus Driver

Description

Join our College Bus Driver Team

If you have a current bus licence and would like to join the team, complete the application form below.

If you are interested in joining the team, but do not hold a current bus licence but are willing to do the training, please express your interest in the position via the application form, noting the absence of a bus licence on your CV.


Tutoring Academy

Qualified teachers for Tutoring Academy

Description

51Сʪ Tutoring Academy is seeking qualified teachers for tutoring positions in:

  • Primary, all year levels
  • Secondary in all QCAA secondary subjects, especially:
    • Physics and Chemistry
    • Maths all levels
    • English and Geography

The TUTORING ACADEMY runs after school, between 3.30pm and 5.30pm, weekdays. If you would like to tutor at the 51Сʪ Tutoring Academy, complete the application form below.


Dibble Swim School 

Swim Instructors

Description

WE ARE LOOKING FOR NEW STAFF to join our team of swim instructors in Carindale Brisbane. 

DIBBLE SWIM SCHOOL operates at CITIPOINTE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE pool in Carindale. We provide both school learn to swim lessons and after school swim lessons. Blue Card, CPR and AustSwim or Swim Australia swim teaching qualifications required. 

Additionally, if you feel becoming a swim instructor would be a career of interest to you, please also contact us as full training for the right person could be provided. 

Phone Gayle Dibble 0412 248 201