Our reputation as one of Australia’s top independent schools is built upon the excellence of our teachers and support staff, and their unwavering commitment to providing our students with the highest quality education.
Trinity Grammar School is strongly committed to the safety and well-being of its students and has a zero tolerance of child abuse. All applicants, if successful, will be expected to follow the Trinity Child Protection Policy and to adhere to the Staff Code of Conduct.
All applicants will undergo appropriate reference and background checks and must be either VIT registered or hold a current Working with Children Check card.
Successful candidates will be expected to participate in the School’s extensive co-curricular and sporting program and to demonstrate a commitment to the service of others. An empathy with the values and ethos of an independent Anglican school is highly desirable.
We currently invite applications for the following positions:
Director of Community Engagement
The Director of Community Engagement is responsible for the development and implementation of marketing, communications, fundraising and engagement strategies. Reporting to the Principal, the Director will focus on positioning Trinity Grammar School and its values in a compelling manner.
With a natural ability to establish meaningful and credible relationships the Director will strengthen connections with all stakeholders through a positive and proactive community engagement strategy.
The Property Manager is responsible for the holistic management of all School facilities across multiple campus sites including maintenance, grounds, safety, security and cleaning functions.
This position will provide comprehensive facilities management, contract and contractor management services while ensuring a consistent and safe system of work. Reporting to the Director of Business, the Property Manager will ensure the School is secure and that the highest level of safety is achieved at all times.
Director of Human Resources
Reporting to the Principal, the Director of Human Resources is responsible for the entire human resources function including the development and maintenance of the human resources framework and management system encompassing end-to-end recruitment, learning and development, payroll, workforce planning, employee retention, employee entitlements and benefits, employee wellness and strategy.
The Director will lead a team of professionals to develop and implement the Human Resources Management System in accordance with the School’s Strategy.
This role is offered as a fixed term contract until January 2022.