About the School
Peninsula Grammar has an outstanding reputation for being a school which offers world class educational opportunities to its students and enviable workplace conditions for its employees. A willingness to embrace best practice and deliver exceptional customer service is fundamental to the culture of the School.
All employees are required to abide by the Core Values of the School and the School's Positive Psychology imperative. Details of these can be found under Our School.
Peninsula Grammar, Private Bag No 3, PO Mount Eliza, VIC 3930.
Tel: (03) 9788 7777 Fax: (03) 9787 7646.
Peninsula Grammar has zero tolerance for child abuse and is committed to the protection of all children from all forms of child abuse. Every staff member at Peninsula Grammar is responsible for the care and protection of the students in our care and the reporting of information about suspected child abuse.
The following employment opportunities currently exist:
- two positions available
We are seeking two School Psychologists/Counsellors to provide psychological counselling for a range of mental health, emotional, social and behavioural issues at Peninsula Grammar. The successful candidates will support the welfare, wellbeing and pastoral care needs of students across the School (Kindergarten to Year-12).
These positions also offer an exciting opportunity for the incumbents to play a significant role in the further development of pro-active programs and activities that assist to promote positive student wellbeing.
The successful applicants must be aligned with the School’s ethos, vision and values and supportive of the School's approach to Positive Psychology, details of which can be found on our website under Our School.
There are two positions available - one to start as soon as possible, the other at the commencement of Term 3 2017. Both roles permanent appointments – one full-time and one part-time (0.8 FTE).
The successful applicants will:
• Be registered psychologists/counsellors with AHPRA.
• Demonstrate highly developed counselling skills with capacity to interact with students, parents and staff.
• Ideally have experience in primary and/or secondary school settings.
• Not be required to administer cognitive assessments.
• Have a strong focus on proactive programs.
• Be able to create and present professional development to a range of audiences.
• Be able to develop and implement a range of preventative programs for students.
• Display empathy, commitment, resilience and be highly motivated to contribute.
• Have a strong moral and ethical compass and cultivate credibility & honesty.
• Possess a positive outlook, exceptional interpersonal skills and high emotional intelligence with demonstrated ability to build authentic, collaborative relationships.
More details of these roles
are attached. Information relating to the terms and conditions of these appointments will be discussed at interview.
Applications should be addressed to The Principal and emailed to email@example.com by 5pm on 21 April 2017.
Queries relating to this position should be directed to:
Head of Wellbeing
P: 9788 7823
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Initial enquiries should be directed to Carol Leach
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or by calling +61 3 9788 7734