Science Lab Assistant

Marist Sisters' College, Woolwich


Laboratory Technician

Contract Type: Permanent/Ongoing Position Part Time (0.85 FTE)

Applications Close: 1 July 2024

<p><strong>About you</strong></p><p>The successful applicant will support the administrative &amp; practical functions of the College Science Faculty working 65 hours per fortnight: 5 days -  8:30am to 3:30pm. </p><p><strong>This is a permanent, Level 4, position, commencing Term 3, Monday 19 August 2024.</strong> </p><p><strong>Is this you?</strong></p><ul><li>Energetic, inspired approach in supporting the areas of the Science Faculty.</li><li>Outstanding collaboration and communication skills.</li><li>Professional approach to teamwork.</li></ul><p><strong>To be successful for this role, you must demonstrate;</strong></p><ul><li>A commitment to supporting the spiritual and cultural Catholic school environment for young women in the Marist tradition.</li><li>Strong organisation and time management skills.</li><li>Experience in preparation of practical work for use in the classroom, including general and complex laboratory experiments.</li><li>Experience in preparation of simple chemical solutions and, under instruction, more complicated solutions.</li><li>Develop and use appropriate storage systems, including those for dangerous and toxic substances consistent with material safety data sheets.</li><li>Competence and confidence in using a variety of ICT including Microsoft Office Applications.</li><li>Demonstrated ability to follow direction, prioritise and meet set deadlines.</li><li>Effective communication skills both written and verbal.</li><li>Professional presentation.</li><li>Demonstrated ability to work effectively both autonomously and as part of a team. </li><li>Flexible, adaptive, and willing to assist with a diverse range of support roles across the College.</li></ul><p><strong>You will have attained:</strong></p><ul><li>Familiarity with the Mac OSX, COMPASS, Risk Assess and Google Applications </li><li>Previous laboratory experience or working knowledge of laboratory processes</li><li>Current First Aid qualifications</li><li>Possess a sound knowledge of current WH&amp;S legislation and guidelines</li><li>SCS Employee ID number or a commitment to<a href="" rel="nofollow"> </a><a href="" rel="nofollow">Register to Work</a> in SCS.</li></ul><p><strong>Application Process</strong></p><p>Please click on &#34;Apply for Job&#34; and submit the following documentation, addressed to the Principal: Dr Anne Ireland.</p><ul><li>a cover letter</li><li>an application addressing each of the selection criteria</li><li>a current resume</li><li>referees, including name and contact details</li><li>certified copies of qualifications</li><li>completed <a href="" rel="nofollow">Employment Application Form for Support Staff </a></li></ul><p><strong>Please note candidates may be interviewed and appointed prior to the closing date.</strong></p><p><i><strong>Statement of Commitment to Child Safety</strong></i></p><p>Click <a href="" rel="nofollow">here</a> to access SCS&#39; Statement of Commitment to Child Safety and join us in creating a culture of child safety and wellbeing.<br /> </p><p><i><strong>Working With Children Check (WWCC)</strong></i></p><p><i>This role is classified as child-related work and therefore requires a WWCC clearance prior to commencement of employment.</i></p><p><i>SCS welcomes and encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and candidates with diverse backgrounds</i></p>
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