Boarding House Administrator

PLC is a leading ELC to Year 12 Christian independent day and boarding school with a focus on the development of the whole person that includes an outstanding academic tradition, an international outlook and strong pastoral and co-curricular programs.

The Role

This is a wonderful opportunity for a competent administrator with a positive customer service approach, to be the ‘face of’ PLC’s Boarding House. 

This is a part-time (0.8 FTE) permanent role, working across 5 days a week – perfect for someone seeking regular work, with added flexibility.

As the Boarding House Administrator, your main duties will be to ensure the Boarding House Office and Reception is run in an efficient, professional and friendly manner, whilst working closely with the Head of Boarding, Boarding staff and the School Nurse to ensure our boarders are well cared for.

About You

This role will appeal to someone who has sound administrative and front office experience, great multitasking and organisational skills, and a positive work ethic.

You will thrive in an environment where the focus is on the safety and wellbeing of students, and you enjoy building and nurturing relationships with students and those connected to them (parents, staff and members of the wider community).

Given the diversity of our boarder cohort, we seek someone who has good cultural awareness and sensitivity to the needs of all students.

If this sounds like you, please introduce yourself to us.

PLC seeks to appoint staff who can support the Christian teachings and ethos of the College. All staff must commit to a culture that supports and embraces Child Safe Standards. 

Position Description

Download the complete position description here: Boarding House Administrator

How To Apply

  • Download and complete the Application for Employment from the PLC website
  • Prepare a comprehensive letter outlining your suitability for the role, as well as your resume and relevant academic transcripts
  • Email all of these documents to the Principal at by 5pm, Thursday 2 June 2022