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Employment at Our Lady of Sion College

Employment

Our Lady of Sion College adheres to the Statement of Principles regarding Catholic Education as set out by Catholic Education Melbourne. All staff in a Catholic school have a vital role to play in supporting the full flourishing of students.

It is expected of all employed in a Catholic school that they:

  • accept and support the Catholic education philosophy of the school
  • develop and maintain an adequate understanding of those aspects of Catholic teaching that touch upon their subject areas and other aspects of their work
  • strive to help students to understand, accept and appreciate Catholic teaching and values, through their teaching and other work, and by personal example
  • avoid, through word, action or lifestyle, influence upon students that is contrary to the teaching and values of the Church community in whose name they act
  • be committed to regular on-going professional development
  • have and maintain any qualifications required for their employment.

All staff of Our Lady of Sion College are expected to:

  • actively co-operate with members of the Sion College community to create an atmosphere, structures and curriculum which enact the special charism of Our Lady of Sion College
  • implement the aims of Our Lady of Sion College
  • strive to help students to understand, accept and appreciate Catholic teaching and values, through their teaching and other work and by personal example
  • be committed to the shared Vision of the College as contained in the College Handbook.
  • understand and support the College’s Learning and Teaching Charter
  • act proactively in ensuring the highest standards of Child Safety are met and maintained.

Our Lady of Sion College is a child safe employer and promotes the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all students. All potential employees and volunteers will be required to comply with the School's Child Safety Policy and Code of Conduct. Applicants will be required to provide a current Working With Children Check and National Criminal History Check.

To view our Staff Recruitment Policy, please click here.

If you have any questions about employment at Our Lady of Sion College, please contact HR@sion.catholic.edu.au

Vacancies:

Technologies Support Officer - Undergraduate Opportunity! (ongoing, part time .50 FTE)

The ICT Department within the College is a busy and pivotal hub that services both staff as well as over 950 students. An opportunity now exists for either one or two undergraduate students to come onboard to gain exposure within the ICT Department as well as gain invaluable hands-on experience whilst completing their tertiary degree.

The Technology Support Officer will report directly to the ICT Manager and provide essential day to day support and service to the College community. The ability to adapt to change within a dynamic technical landscape is essential to the success of the Technology Support Officer role. With a strong focus on IT and AV support, the role will be a key component of day-to-day operations, championing client excellence while delivering first class support. The ability to confidently communicate, collaborate and appropriately prioritise support is fundamental to this role. The role demands a high level of attention to detail and a strong work ethic.

Responsibilities may include but not limited to:

  • Lead and take overall responsibility of the IT Service Desk system by tracking tickets, escalating issues and incidents and adhering to SLA's
  • Support the Helpdesk and respond to Level 1 and 2 support requests in person, via phone and/or electronically for staff and students
  • Manage, oversee and provide effective support for the College's iPad and BYOD programs
  • Manage the repair and support process for the College's iPad program
  • Provide effective and timely classroom assistance and support to staff and students
  • Provide support to the various IT systems within the College
  • Identify and escalate issues or incidents requiring urgent attention to the Systems Administrator
  • Liaise with vendors with regards to support, repairs and maintenance
  • Assist in the implementation of IT projects as advised by the ICT Manager

If this sounds like an opportunity you are interested in, apply now! We would like to work with you to ensure you have a balanced week when juggling both university and work commitments. Ideally we would like to take two students on board that could commit to an .50 FTE (2.5 days per week) with our core business hours being 8.00 am to 4.00 pm.  

Application process:

Please submit Application online and include a current resume, a cover letter and a completed Application for Employment Form. Applications to be sent to HR@sion.catholic.edu.au.

Applications close 9.00 am Friday 14 October 2022.

ICT Systems Administrator (ongoing, full time)

A unique and exciting full time opportunity exists for an accomplished and experienced ICT Systems Administrator to join the College. TheCollege is in a period of growth and development in its ICT provisions and theICT Systems Administrator will play a significant role in supporting the ICTManager during this period of advancement.

The ICT Systems Administrator will assist on a variety of projects relating to ICT strategy, technology, information and data services, data bases, network infrastructure, maintenance, and future developments.

With a strong focus on System and Network Administration, a key component of day-to-day operations is to support the key software applications and infrastructure. The ability to confidently communicate, collaborate and appropriately prioritise support, maintenance and improvement works are fundamental to this role.  A high level of attention to detail, a strong work ethic and the ability to adapt to change within a dynamic technical landscape is essential to the success of the ICT Systems Administrator Role.

The ICT Systems Administrator will be responsible for (but not limited to):

  • Supporting and actively promoting the College Mission, the Sionian Charism and the Catholic ethos of the College
  • Supporting the Helpdesk and responding to level 1, 2 and 3 support requests in person, via phone and/or electronically for staff and students
  • Providing effective support to the College's iPad and BYOD programs
  • Providing application support and maintenance to the various systems within the College
  • Maintaining asset information of computer hardware and software
  • Assisting in the development and maintenance of system, process and instructional documentation
  • Providing effective advice and recommendations to the ICT Manager on system and infrastructure improvements
  • Providing assistance with the maintenance of OSX Server, Profile Manager, MDM software,Active Directory, VMware, DNS and internet technologies.
  • Providing assistance with the SAN storage management (including Veeam Backup andReplication) as well as working with HP switching configuration and VLAN management.
  • Design, installation, configuration, and management of monitoring management, automation and security tools.

Required experience and proficiency will include:

  • Tertiary qualification/s inInformation Technology or a related field. Experience within an education setting would be advantageous but not essential.
  • Genuine customer service ethos and ability to inspire the same in others
  • An in depth understanding of VMware, with design deployment and management experience
  • Excellent communication skills and ability to communicate complex concepts clearly and simply
  • Extensive experience in ICT including AC/Windows client and server, and administrative systems including recent technical certifications
  • Ability to work autonomously as well as within a team

For further information, please review the Role Description.

Mandatory requirements:

Current Victorian Working with Children Check

Application process:

Please submit Application online and include a current resume, a cover letter and a completed Application for Employment Form. Applications to be sent to HR@sion.catholic.edu.au.

Our Lady of Sion College is a child safe employer and promotes the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all students. All potential employees and volunteers will be required to comply with the School's Child Safety Policy and Code of Conduct.