CLOSING DATE: 25 MAY 2022 STARTING DATE: TERM 2 or Term 1 2023

Description of School:

Kardinia International College is a K-12 non-denominational independent school located in Geelong, Victoria, with a student enrolment of approximately 1900 students.

As an International Baccalaureate (IB) World School, the College offers the IB Primary Years Programme to students in Years K-6, a vertical curriculum in Years 7-10 and both the IB Diploma Programme and the Victorian Certificate of Education in Years 11 and 12.

Description of Position:

  • Full-time, 5 year tenure

  • Commencement in Semester 2 (2022) or Term 1 2023 by negotiation

The Head of Student Wellbeing is a qualified classroom teacher and member of the Junior School Leadership Team, reporting directly to the Head of Junior School.

This position comprises a Foundation Year (Prep) – Year 6 student wellbeing leadership role and a global coordination role within the Junior School. The holder of this position will primarily support, mentor and model exemplary practice within the teaching and learning environment.

Applicants will be expected to meet the following requirements:

  • Current VIT registration.

  • Adherence to the College's Student Wellbeing (Child Safe) Policy and practices.

  • Evidence of Covid-19 vaccination (including 3rd dose) or approved exemption.

APPLICATION PROCESS: Please do not apply via Seek

The position description for the Head of Student Wellbeing can be accessed via the College website: http://www.kardinia.vic.edu.au

Applications should be emailed directly to employment@kardinia.vic.edu.au and must include a covering letter and resume. Please add REF: www.ibschooljobs.com - Application for Position as Head of Student Wellbeing in the subject of your email.

Shortlisted candidates will be asked to provide contact details for 3 professional referees.

Kardinia International College welcomes applications from people with a disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and people from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds.