Schools Officer, Grounds and Facilities - Camp Hill State Infants and Primary School

Location Queensland


In 2006 Camp Hill State School (established 1926) and Camp Hill State Infants School (established 1951) merged into Camp Hill State Infants and Primary School. Our campus provides a safe, supportive and caring environment for high quality learning for student from preparatory to year 6. The school offers a wide range of academic, sporting, musical and cultural programmes as well as extra-curricular program of excellence.

You will have responsibility for leading the following activities and undertaking the following key tasks: Responsible for a range of day to day activities that may include delivering and collecting mail, parcels and documents; recording and delivering of messages; printing and photocopying; preparing classrooms for examinations and preparing activity/assembly halls, including moving/arranging furniture and seating; removing and relocating furniture from room to room; general store duties including receipting, opening up, checking, storing and distributing school supplies and stocks; maintaining various registers; and stocktaking and recording/engraving of school equipment/furniture and assets. Assist with a range of duties that include clearing and hosing of drains and gutters; collection of waste, food and paper on school grounds as agreed by relevant staff and the Principal, Business Manager and/or nominated delegate; undertaking immediate action cleaning duties (outside the normal operating hours of the school's cleaning staff); coordinating the removal and/or disposal of rubbish as required (does not include emptying of bins in agreed eating areas); assist with requirements for significant events such as fetes, plays and major sporting events. Support with a variety of security duties at the school that involve using and maintaining the school security systems; banking of school funds (this does not refer to the collection, receipt, or reconciliation of funds, but rather to the transport and deposition of funds at the appropriate bank institution); and locking and unlocking buildings (within core hours).

Ensure compliance with workplace health and safety requirements including maintenance of a safe work environment; safe storage and handling of chemicals, fertilisers and fuels; bring to appropriate attention any safety hazards; manage equipment records; and maintain tools and equipment for repair services (as per manufacturer's service manual). This is a OO2 progressional position as per the Role Description. The successful applicant will be appointed to the OO2 classification with eligibility for progression to the OO3 level (as per QLD Public Service Award 2015) once specific criteria have been met.

Salary rate shown is reflective of OO2 to OO3 classification range. To apply please provide the following information: a brief resume including contact details for 2 referees (one of whom should be your current supervisor) a maximum 2 page written response outlining your suitability for the role referring to the key capab.

Queensland Government
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8 Jun 2018


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