Current Vacancies

Social Media and Digital Content Curator (permanent part time 0.4FTE)

Castlemaine Steiner School is committed to the care, safety and protection of all children attending the school. Our School is a place where children are nurtured and supported so that they can develop their capacities and grow into well-rounded human beings

The role of the Social Media and Digital Content Curator is to implement the School’s marketing and communications strategy.  The Social Media and Digital Content Curator engages with staff, students and parents at the school to curate stories relating to school activities and experiences to share on social media, newsletters, advertisements, news media and other internal and
external communications media.

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Key Selection Criteria 

• Relevant marketing, public relations or communications qualifications or equivalent experience
• Experience in a communications or marketing role, preferably a school or not-for-profit context
• High level of creativity to maximise engagement

• Working knowledge of Facebook (including Ads Manager, creating audiences, Facebook pixel and creating Facebook advertising campaigns); and familiarity with Instagram, YouTube, LinkedIn
• Substantial experience in creating and managing content for social media including photography, graphic design, writing and copy-editing of visual and journalistic editorials/articles for a range of digital and print media
• Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills
• Excellent organisational skills
• Competency with using IT applications including Office and Creative Development software.
• Experience in working collaboratively in a team setting as well as the ability to work independently.
• Excellent attention to detail and commitment to high quality outcomes.
• A clear understanding of confidentiality in dealing with individuals or whole school matters.
• First Aid qualifications (Level 2), or a willingness to undertake training
• An affinity with the values of Steiner education and the School, and a commitment to ethical work practices and sustainability
• Sound knowledge of legal obligations relating to child safety under Ministerial Order No. 870 Child Safe Standards

The selection process will be based on your written application, a panel interview, and reference checks.

Applications, including a Cover Letter, Curriculum Vitae with three  referees and a separate document addressing the Selection Criteria, should be marked ‘Private and Confidential’ and forwarded to: recruitment@cssk.vic.edu.au The closing date for applications is 9AM on Monday 8th August 2022.

For preliminary confidential enquiries or conversations about this position, please contact Neil Bowker ph: 54792000 or email: businessmanager@cssk.vic.edu.au

Sites & Grounds Assistant (permanent part time 0.6FTE)

Castlemaine Steiner School is committed to the care, safety and protection of all children attending the school. Our School is a place where children are nurtured and supported so that they can develop their capacities and grow into well-rounded human beings

The role of the Sites and Grounds Assistant is to assist in the maintenance and development of the School’s sites, grounds and gardens in accordance with the School’s policies and Master Plan, working closely with the Sites and Grounds Coordinator to ensure safety standards are met within an aesthetically pleasing and sustainable environment.

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Selection Criteria

· The successful applicant will have a commitment to performance development and professionalism in their work.

· A commitment to child safety

· Sound problem solving and time management skills

· Must be able to work independently and as part of a team

· Knowledge and skill including certificate level qualification or above in one or more of the following: horticulture and landscaping, irrigation, carpentry or general maintenance.

· An affinity with the values of Castlemaine Steiner School & Kindergarten, and a commitment to ethical work practices and sustainability;

· Driver’s license preferred but not essential as is experience and ability to tow a trailer and operate small machinery

· A current Working With Children Check and successful Police Check are mandatory requirements of this position as is proof of compliance with vaccination requirements for schools.

The selection process will be based on your written application, a panel interview, and reference checks.

Applications, including a Cover Letter, Curriculum Vitae with three education profession referees and a separate document addressing the Selection Criteria, should be marked ‘Private and Confidential’ and forwarded to: recruitment@cssk.vic.edu.au

For preliminary confidential enquiries or conversations about this position, please contact the Sites and Grounds Co-ordinator Kyle Murphy on (03) 5479 2000 or email kylem@cssk.vic.edu.au

 

Casual Relief Teachers

We are always on the look out for Casual Relief Teachers. If you are interested in CRT work at the school please email enquiries@cssk.vic.edu.au with your contact details, CV and a cover letter responding briefly to the following:

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