Expressions of Interest
Rockhampton, Central Coast
Expressions of interest now open!
Rockhampton Flexible Learning Centre is a coeducational Catholic school in the Edmund Rice tradition (EREA). It has a clear commitment to social justice and stands in solidarity with disadvantaged people of all social, cultural and religious backgrounds with a particular sensitivity to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture. The school provides holistic learning experiences that address the social needs of students, and promotes their emotional, cognitive, spiritual and academic development.
EREA provides a supportive, flexible working environment where we are committed to supporting the ongoing professional learning of all staff members including specific targeting programs as identified. We endeavour to employ people that have the drive and motivation to work towards successful outcomes for our young people.
Our team consists of Teachers, Youth Workers, Administrators and Kitchen Coordinators.
For more information about our school, please visit us on our website: www.ereafsn.edu.au/rockhampton-flc/
If you are interested in an opportunity to work with us in any of the above positions, then please submit your interest via the application form below and we will be in touch if a suitable opportunity arises.
Edmund Rice Education Australia (EREA) is a child safe organisation committed to the protection of children and has a zero tolerance of abuse of children. Rockhampton Flexible Learning Centre being a subsidiary of EREA is also committed to ensuring the safety, wellbeing and dignity of all children and young people therefore, all applicants will be subject to EREA and legislative screening procedures. These checks are consistent with EREA’s commitment to child safeguarding policies and procedures. This includes complying with our Child Safeguarding policy and code of conduct.
Rockhampton Flexible Learning Centre is an equal opportunity employer that promotes the safety and wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.