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Library Technician (P/T or F/T on-going)

Plenty Valley Christian College (PVCC) is a kindergarten to year 12, coeducational Christian college of approximately 820 students. We are one College with four sub-schools, Early Years, Junior Years, Middle Years and Senior Years.

The College has a position available for a Library Technician. See the attached for further information.

Teacher Librarian (0.6 FTE)

We have an exciting opportunity commencing in January 2022 for an ongoing part time (0.6 FTE) Teacher Librarian seeking work at a reputable College that celebrates diversity and delivers a balanced approach to learning and growth, from ELC right through to Year 12. This opportunity will immerse educators in a supportive culture of excellence that allows students and teacher to flourish. Outstanding educators are invited to apply.

Genazzano FCJ College is a high performing Catholic day and boarding school beginning with the Early Learning Centre (co-educational 3 and 4-year-old kindergarten) and girls only education from Preparatory to Year 12.

For further information and a position description, visit the college website.

Applications close 30th September, 2021

Teacher Librarian

Antonine College in Pascoe Vale South is seeking an inspiring Teacher Librarian for 2022 with a view to ongoing in the secondary school campus. Full time with some teaching is preferred but part time will be considered. Graduates are also encouraged to apply. Please see advertisement in link below:


Applications close Monday, 4th October, 2021

Head of Library & Digital Resourcing

Huntingtower has a long tradition of educational excellence and consistently performs academically among the top schools in Victoria. We are seeking a suitably qualified, enthusiastic and knowledgeable Head of Library & Digital Resourcing for a full-time ongoing teaching position commencing in January 2022.

As the Head of Library & Digital Resourcing, you have an integral role leading the library team in the support and delivery of high-quality library services that supports the learning and teaching activities at Huntingtower.

At all times, the library aims to deliver a continuously improving program, focussed on reading and information literacy, across the curriculum and all year levels.  This is achieved through the provision of carefully curated print and digital resources promoted within a welcoming and positive library environment that fully supports learning.

The successful candidate will have:

  • Proven excellence as a classroom specialist, employing strategies that engage all students, deploying group and individual learning opportunities to sustain a literacy-rich curriculum with technology as a tool to enhance learning outcomes
  • Demonstrated a deep and broad subject knowledge base, supported by academic excellence and continuing commitment to lifelong learning
  • Experience in teaching other subject areas desirable
  • Demonstrated ability to apply the planning, learning and assessing principles of effective teaching and learning
The Head of Library & Digital Resourcing must be a qualified teacher with proven leadership experience. An additional qualification in Teacher Librarianship and/or Information Services is desirable.

Applicants must have an awareness of the expectations of an Independent School, appropriate VIT Registration, and a commitment to working in an environment where Christian spiritual values underpin true education. An awareness of ‘Teaching for Understanding’ and other educational approaches would be an advantage.

A position description is available on the Huntingtower employment website.

If you are a dedicated, warm, supportive, and professional person who would like to become involved in a caring environment, please submit your application by Thursday 23 September 2021 together with the names, addresses and telephone numbers of three referees.

Library Technician - Ongoing 0.4 FTE

The Mac.Robertson Girls’ High School is seeking a Library Technician.

For information, see Recruitment Online

Applications close 3rd October, 2021

To excel in the provision of education for girls in an intellectually vibrant community.
We are an inclusive community built on positive relationships and a strong sense of belonging. We value diversity and appreciate those around us for their similarities and differences. We are internationally-minded and value our place in our local and global context.
We seek challenges in order to grow, and are resilient in the face of adversity. We are curious, collaborative and passionate about learning. We celebrate success and aspire to be our best selves in all aspects of life.
We are agents in our own learning, and we foster leadership through action. We take responsibility for ourselves and each other, and we contribute to school life and our broader communities.
We are interested in the lives and perspectives of others. We value every member of our school and wider communities. We treat people with respect, and offer support to those who need it.
Unique in its status as a state-wide provider for girls in Years 9 to 12, The Mac.Robertson Girls’ High School is a selective entry school which seeks to remain at the forefront of education for girls in Australia.

Situated in a central city location adjacent to the Albert Park Lake, the school offers outstanding facilities for the delivery of its programs and is attended by students from metropolitan Melbourne and beyond. The selective nature of entry results in a broad socio-economic and cultural mix of students with a strong commitment to academic excellence. The school provides an educational experience that equips girls for tertiary study and leadership roles in a range of fields and industries, and develops interests and skills to enhance their personal lives.

At The Mac.Robertson Girls’ High School we have an emphasis on student leadership and agency, encouraging our students to develop a deep and enduring passion for learning and a strong sense of self. We welcome applications to join our team from positive, forward-thinking professionals who have a genuine desire to support our students to excel in all aspects of their education.

Head of E-Learning and Resources Innovation

Bialik College is a leading Independent Co-Educational Kinder-12 faith-based school in Hawthorn East. It is well known for its academic excellence, a close nurturing community and educational innovation. The College caters to the educational needs of approximately 1,046 students and employs approximately 240 full-time and part-time staff and 160 casual staff. It was the leading school in VCE results in 2020.

Bialik College's workforce is comprised of employees from a diverse range of faiths and backgrounds. Applications of any faith (or no faith) are encouraged to apply.

Reporting to the Director of Learning, the Head of E-Learning and Resources Innovation (HERI) is responsible for leading and developing an educational technology strategy, information and on-line services.

Additionally, the role encompasses supporting innovative programs that help build, within students, a knowledge of the inquiry research process, technology skills, digital citizenship and a love of literature and reading. The incumbent will also be required to assist teaching staff in improving their technology skills within a teaching environment.

This is a key role responsible for managing the strategy and operation of the Learning Management System (LMS), the Libraries and the Library Team.The key responsibilities for this role include:

•    E-Learning leadership
•    Library leadership
•    Collection management

The successful candidate will benefit from:
•    Working school term time only
•    Flexible work arrangements (during school closures/lockdowns)
•    Free onsite car park
•    Access to school fee discount for enrolled from Kindergarten – Year 12
•    Discounted gym membership for on-site gym
•    Access to local store discounts
•    Salary Packaging Options (External Service Provider – Maxxia)
•    Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

The ideal candidate must have:
•    Tertiary level qualification in Teaching
•    Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT) qualification
•    Teaching experience – minimum 4 years
•    E-Learning experience essential
•    Librarian experience (desirable)

How to apply for this job

Please contact Brittany Marlow for an Information Pack via brittany@marlowrecruitment.com.au using the subject line: Head of E-Learning and Resources Innovation. This pack provides a lot more detail about the role and how to apply. All applications must comply with the Information Pack requirements.

Applications close: Sunday, 26 September 2021. However, we note that applicants may be interviewed prior, so applicants should not delay to apply on this closing date.

Marlow Recruitment has been appointed exclusively to assist our client for this position. All applications will be passed onto Marlow Recruitment. A search is being conducted concurrently to advertising.

FYI: the journal for the information professional. FYI is the quarterly print publication from the School Library Association of Victoria.
Synergy (ISSN 1448-5716) is published twice annually (May and October) by the School Library Association of Victoria (SLAV).

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