Vacancy Details

Heathdale Christian College is a thriving Biblical learning community committed to empowering both staff and students to develop their unique God-given potential. 

About the Culture and Team: 

At Heathdale, we cherish the shared trust that has been built within our growing community through 40 + years of glorifying God in our work. Providing staff freedom to live out their Christian faith is central to the health of our thriving community, and we seek to ensure our staff feel cared for, supported and secure in this Christ-centred environment.

Every day, we strive to see our students and community flourish in their God-given potential. Committing to personal growth, investing in others, and seeking ways to collaborate, improve, innovate, and implement changes that benefit the mission of the College – ultimately, growing together as we fulfil God's call for our careers. 

As devoted followers of Jesus, the statement 'To God be the glory' is not just a phrase, but a reflection of our staff's hearts as they strive to serve God through their daily work. 


The Position: 

The Risk and Compliance Manager position is to provide oversight and advice on the risk, compliance management requirements and responsibilities of the College and on the quality management framework within the College. 

The Person: 

Education and Experience: 

The suitable candidate will tertiary qualification in Risk/Compliance or has relevant management experience, with sounds knowledge of current WHS legislation and ISO31000 Risk Management. 

Ability to lead, inspire, support, and encourage staff in Risk & Compliance. 

Professional Attributes:

Actively contributes to Heathdale Christian College's team culture by the means of displaying humility, a desire for excellence, a strong sense of self-awareness, and collaboration.

Demonstrate a high level of communication, professional and interpersonal skills when relating to teachers, students, parents, and colleagues.

Participate in the understanding of the College's Christian philosophy of education and its practical outworking through the professional development of staff. 

For more information, please access the detailed Position Description Below. 

How to Apply

If you have the relevant skills, abilities, and qualifications, please click Apply and submit your application. If you have any further questions, please contact People & Development via email

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