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Positions at St Patrick's 鶹Ƶý

St Patrick’s 鶹Ƶý is committed to employing first-rate teaching and ancillary staff to deliver and support the delivery of quality Catholic education. Vacancies at St Patrick’s 鶹Ƶý are generally advertised on the 鶹Ƶý website, the , and .

Better than a thousand days of diligent study is one day with a great teacher

— Japanese Proverb

In order to apply for an advertised position applicants are generally required to submit the following before the nominated application close date:

  • Introductory cover letter stating why you wish to work at St Patrick 鶹Ƶý and what you can bring to the role
  • Current resume
  • Completed St Patrick’s 鶹Ƶý Employment Application Form

Applicants for teaching positions must be registered as a teacher with the Teachers Registration Board of Tasmania or be able to obtain this registration before their employment commencement date. Applicants for all other positions must have or be eligible for registration to hold a child-related position within the Tasmanian Catholic Education System (involving a National police record check).

Applicants for all other positions must have or be eligible for registration to hold a child-related position within the Tasmanian Catholic Education System (involving Registration to Work with Vulnerable People and a national polic record check).

For more information on any advertised vacancy, please contact the Director of Human Resources & Work Health and Safety, by phone on 03 6341 9988 or email to hr@stpatricks.tas.edu.au.


Vacancies

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT MANAGER | Full time | Commencement November

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT MANAGER | Full time | Commencement November

Full time Ongoing Position
76 hours per fortnight
Business Services Level 4 or Business Services Level 5
Commencing, November 2023

St Patrick’s 鶹Ƶý is seeking an enthusiastic, highly organised and talented individual to join our team as a full time Community Engagement Manager. As the Community Engagement Manager, you will play a crucial role in enhancing our communication and community functions and leading our communications, admission and archive team (currently 4 staff totalling 3.24 FTEs).

You will be responsible for developing and executing communication strategies to ensure clear and consistent messaging to our stakeholders, manage publications that showcase the achievements and values of the 鶹Ƶý, and fostering positive relationships with media outlets. You will plan, coordinate, and oversee community events and functions, ensuring they align with our values and mission, safeguarding and enhancing the 鶹Ƶý’s brand image, and ensuring it reflects our commitment to Catholic Education excellence.

Applications Close 9:00am Tuesday, 7 November 2023

Further information on the position can be found in the documents below.



TEACHER | Design & Technology | Full Time - Limited Tenure

TEACHER | Design & Technology | Full Time - Limited Tenure

Full time, Term 1, (31/01/24 – 12/04/24)
Limited Tenure (leave replacement)

First rate educators strongly committed to the ethos and practices of Catholic education are invited to apply for this limited tenure teaching opportunity during Term 1, 2024, teaching Design & Technology (wood, metal & food) and Design and Production (Wood) Level 2 TASC.

Applications Close 9:00am Monday, 13 November 2023

Further information on the positions can be found in the documents below.

PSYCHOLOGIST | Full time | Commencement January 2024

PSYCHOLOGIST | Full time | Commencement January 2024

Full time Ongoing Position
76 hours per fortnight
Wellbeing Level 4 or Wellbeing Level 5
Commencing, Term 1 January 2024

Appropriately qualified, experienced and passionate Psychologists, motivated to help shape young minds, empower growth, and foster positive change are encouraged to join our Student Wellbeing Support Services (SWSS) team as a full time, permanent Psychologist. In this position, you will be providing high quality psychological services to students, to enable them to achieve academic success, psychological health and social and emotional wellbeing. This role includes the provision of assessments, brief as well as substantial therapeutic intervention, counselling and collaboration with all stakeholders, thus contributing to the holistic wellbeing of students through improving engagement, achievement and inclusion by addressing learning, psychosocial and mental health needs of students who are challenged and struggling with their circumstances. You will work in a consultative, resourceful and supportive manner with parents/guardians, teachers, school executive and external health services providers.

Applications Close 9:00am Monday 27 November 2023

Further information on the position can be found in the documents below.