Waverley Christian College is a Christian co-educational school seeking to offer students a quality Christian educational experience. With campuses in Wantirna South and Narre Warren South, Waverley has an enrolment of over 1950 students across both campuses in 2017. The Narre Warren South campus requires a part time (FTE 0.633) Student Wellbeing Coordinator. This role will be 3 days per week (8:15am to 5:00pm, Monday, Tuesday, Friday) and is only required to work during the school term.As the Student Wellbeing Coordinator, your primary responsibility is the spiritual, emotional and mental wellbeing of students attending the College. You will work in collaboration with the Student Wellbeing team, Campus Leadership team, Learning Support team, Coordinators, and Teachers.Due to the nature of this role, it is essential that you have appropriate counselling qualification and experience which will enable you to effectively support and pastorally care for the students. A Working with Children Check is mandatory.Applicants will need to attach a Cover Letter, Resume, and Written Pastoral Reference during the application process, please prepare these documents before applying.Applications close: Friday, 16th February 2018Enquiries: (03) 9871 8600Quoting job number: 201806Waverley Christian College has a zero tolerance to child abuse.Position Description

Student Wellbeing Coordinator

  • Commencing immediately
  • Part time (FTE 0.633)
  • Only required to work during school terms

Waverley Christian College is a Christian co-educational school seeking to offer students a quality Christian educational experience. With campuses in Wantirna South and Narre Warren South, Waverley has an enrolment of over 1950 students across both campuses in 2017. The Narre Warren South campus requires a part time (FTE 0.633) Student Wellbeing Coordinator. This role will be 3 days per week (8:15am to 5:00pm, Monday, Tuesday, Friday) and is only required to work during the school term.

As the Student Wellbeing Coordinator, your primary responsibility is the spiritual, emotional and mental wellbeing of students attending the College. You will work in collaboration with the Student Wellbeing team, Campus Leadership team, Learning Support team, Coordinators, and Teachers.

Due to the nature of this role, it is essential that you have appropriate counselling qualification and experience which will enable you to effectively support and pastorally care for the students. A Working with Children Check is mandatory.

Applicants will need to attach a Cover Letter, Resume, and Written Pastoral Reference during the application process, please prepare these documents before applying.

Applications close: Friday, 16th February 2018
Enquiries: (03) 9871 8600
Quoting job number: 201806

Waverley Christian College has a zero tolerance to child abuse.

To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Sue Smith on 03 9871 8600, quoting Ref No. 201806.







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