17.5 hours per week/42 weeks of the year
To commence on 18 January 2021
11:00 am – 2:30 pm Monday to Friday
Salary $61,346 pa FTE
Applications are invited from enthusiastic candidates for the role of School Receptionist. The position is responsible for providing friendly, welcoming and high-quality customer service to the College community. The role encompasses managing front desk enquiries, incoming phone calls, word processing, data entry, report generation, database management, photocopying, filing and other general administrative tasks. The School Receptionist is also required to provide first aid to students and staff.
The successful applicant will:
- Be very organised, flexible and enjoy administrative challenges
- Work well within a team
- Be proficient with technology
- Have a genuine interest and empathy when interacting with children
- Have a current Responding to Abuse and Neglect certificate (or be willing to obtain)
- Have a current South Australian Working with Children Check (or be willing to obtain before employment begins)
- Have first aid qualifications to a level of HLTAID004 (or be willing to obtain)
- Have communication and interpersonal skills appropriate to a school setting
- Have experience in a school environment (desirable but not essential)
- Be supportive of the Christian ethos of the College
Applications, including a cover letter and resume (including contact details for three referees) should be submitted in PDF format via email 13 December 2020.
Enquiries and applications to:
Ph: 08 8725 1430
TRT Relief Teachers
If you would like to join the College as a relief teacher please complete the form below.
To be appointed as a relief teacher you must hold a current SA Teacher’s Registration, Responding to Abuse and Neglect (RAN) Certificate and First Aid qualifications
St Martins values and encourages the active participation of a range of people from within the school community in the life of the College. We believe that volunteers can make a significant contribution to the College community by giving their time and sharing their skills and expertise. Volunteers often have a broad range of interests and abilities that complement school programs and so provide a wider range of interactions and experiences for students.