Employment

Seymour employs over 200 staff members in the areas of teaching, boarding, wellbeing, administration and finance, ICT, and building and grounds staff. All staff, in each of these areas, play a key role in enabling the College to deliver on its commitment to its students across academic, co-curricular and student wellbeing. We encourage our staff to continue to develop the highest professional skills, through a diverse range of professional capabilities. Parents and students regularly pay tribute to the dedication and professionalism of the staff at Seymour College.

Risk and Compliance Officer

Full time, fixed term until end of December 2021

Applications close 5.00pm on Friday 24 September 2021

Responsibilities:

Reporting to the Director of People and Culture, the main purpose of this role is to administer the College’s compliance and risk management program.

Qualifications and skills:

  • Sound knowledge of compliance requirements for registration and accreditation of schools
  • A solid understanding of the general regulatory requirements affecting the education industry
  • Innovative and creative approach to risk management and solutions development
  • Relational person with an ability to work with and influence a broad range of stakeholders
  • Strong report writing skills and attention to detail
  • Experience with Complispace would be an advantage
  • Relevant qualifications for this role
  • Current WWC clearance 

For further information, including information on how to apply, please view the:

Candidate Information Pack
Position Description

 
Accounts Receivable Officer

Fixed-Term, 6 Months, Part-Time

Closing at 10am 17 September 2021

Responsibilities:

  • maintain the debtors database, including the creation of new debtors, closure of cleared debtor accounts and creating the new school year fees and charges
  • manage the processing and invoicing of school fees, other fees and charges, and concessions
  • maintain the scholarship and bursary database and assist with calculations, processing and correspondence
  • respond to enquiries from parents and other debtors in a timely manner
  • monitor and proactively manage debt collection priorities and processes
  • reconciliation of Debtors ledger and preparation of monthly debtors report
  • liaise with external Debt Collection agencies to maximise the recovery of outstanding debts

Qualifications and Skills:

  • experience in debtor processing
  • high level of accuracy
  • well developed computer skills using software and spreadsheets
  • ability to work to deadlines
  • ability to provide exceptional customer service
  • experience in debtor management
  • some accounts payable experience is desirable

Applicants must have a valid Working With Children’s Check (WWCC).

For further information please review the attached position description.

Applications via SEEK

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