We are currently inviting applications for the role of DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY TECHNICIAN
Our Lady of Mercy College Australind is a nurturing co-educational secondary College for students from Year 7 to Year 12.
Our Lady of Mercy College is a new and vibrant College, located in Australind which is locally referred to as an aquatic paradise. Surrounded by water with the Brunswick and Collie Rivers to the east and south and the Leschenault Estuary to the west, it's a great place for boating, sailing, windsurfing, fishing and raising a family. Just 11 kilometres north of Bunbury, you can reach Perth in one and a half hours along the Forrest Highway, making Australind an ideal sea change location.
The Catholic faith, in the Mercy tradition, is at the heart of the College. The guiding philosophy is centred in ‘Embracing Life, Nurturing Faith and Inspiring Learning’. We encourage our students to embrace all aspects of life, to nurture their spirituality and to let their natural curiosity inspire deep learning.
The College invites applications for the role of Design and Technology Technician. The position is part time (0.6 full time equivalent) and is currently structured as three full days per week.
This role assists the Technology Department by overseeing the operation and maintenance of the workshop tools and machines and ensuring Occupational Health and Safety processes are followed. In addition, the role will involve tasks such as materials preparation required for classes, conducting stocktakes and reordering of materials, pickups and deliveries, maintaining a clean workshop, troubleshooting and modifying machines as required.
We are looking for a highly organised individual, who has the ability to occasionally assist the Property Service Team with building maintenance tasks and physical support when required at the College.
This position commences mid-January 2021.
Essential Selection Criteria
The successful person will have;
A Catholic background or the ability to demonstrate empathy with the Catholic ethos of the College
Well-developed knowledge of Occupational Health and Safety in the workshop and/or construction industry
Knowledge of machine and tool maintenance associated with a workshop
Willingness to learn to operate new machines and to adapt to using new technology
High level organisation and planning skills
Flexible and adaptable approach to work
Ability to show initiative within a team context
Desirable Selection Criteria
Fabricating experience producing wood items and metal items
Well-developed hand skills
Well-developed computer skills
Western Australia Department of Education National Coordinated Criminal History Check (NCCHC)
Working with Children Screen Check
Have completed, working towards, or be willing to work towards completing to CEWA Accreditation requirements. Additional information can be found here: CEWA Limited Accreditation Framework
Part time, three days per week 8.00am – 4.00pm (specific days are negotiable).
0.6 FTE (48 weeks per year).
Some afterhours work may be required from time to time.
$53,798 - $63,119 (Full time equivalent)
Award: Administrative and Technical Officers EBA
How to Apply
All applicants must complete an Application Form including the relevant attachments required to be considered for any position.
Applications are to be addressed to The Principal, Mr Rob Crothers and submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Download the Application Form here.
Applications must be submitted before 1.00pm (WST) on Monday 16 November 2020.
Please ensure that you allow sufficient time to submit your application, as late applications will not be accepted.