After School Study Supervisor

Campus location

Various Haileybury Campuses: Berwick, Brighton, City, Keysborough

Reports to

Head of Library, Director of Library

Manages others




Salary range

$27.56 – 30.40 per hour + 11% super


The primary responsibility of this role is to provide after school study supervision to students. Your day-to-day activities will consist of:

  • Actively supervise students in the Library
  • Ensure all students sign in and sign out of the Library
  • Encourage students to complete homework, assisting where appropriate. If students do not have homework, encourage quiet activities such as reading
  • Ensure a safe, welcoming and respectful Library environment for all
  • Complete handover of tasks with Library Technician
  • Shelve books on trolley and tidy shelves ensuring Library is neat
  • Shelf reading for perfect order
  • Process books including covering books as required
  • Ensure photocopier, staplers are filled ready for usage
  • Complete Library closing tasks including ensuring chairs under tables, lights and TVs switched off and doors locked
  • Be aware of any relevant medical information for students as provided
  • Attend School PD requirements as requested
  • Other duties that are commensurate with the classification of this role.

While the primary responsibilities of the position are articulated, it is expected that the incumbent will engage with the School community and participate fully in a range of events and activities.

Key selection criteria

  • Good verbal and interpersonal skills
  • Enjoy interacting with adolescent boys and girls
  • Have the ability to work as part of a team
  • Experience and/or qualifications appropriate to the position

Personal qualities

  • Enthusiastic and conscientious
  • Attention to detail
  • Well organised


  • A childcare qualification, while not essential, would be helpful
  • Current First Aid and Anaphylaxis Certificate

Inherent qualities

Cognitive demands

  • Ability to work with individuals and groups of staff and to handle multiple (sometimes competing) demands from them and from colleagues in a semi-structured environment.
  • Ability to carry out high-level responsibilities, and effectively interact and communicate with students.
  • Ability to make high-level decisions and/or be involved in high-level decision making.
  • Ability to be resilient when dealing with staff and students.

Physical demands

  • Ability to sit at a desk or computer terminal for long periods which could lead to headaches or eyestrain.
  • Ability to lift/carry parcels of up to 5 kgs for short distances.

Environmental demands

  • Ability to work in environments of variable noise levels, temperatures and weather conditions
  • Ability to assess whether Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is required for particular activities and wear as appropriate.

General information

  • All general staff need to hold a current Working With Children Check.
  • All staff are recommended to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 and any other viruses where possible.
  • The successful candidate will be expected to support the vision and ethos of the School.
  • Haileybury promotes the safety and well-being of children from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds.
  • The successful candidate will be expected to support the vision and ethos of the School.
  • Staff must ensure that all decisions, pertaining to their role at Haileybury, are made in line with legislation and Haileybury’s Policies and Procedures as set out in the Staff Manual.

Commitment to child safety

Haileybury is committed to the safety and wellbeing of all children, including those under the care and supervision of the School. The School recognises the importance of, and its responsibility for, ensuring a safe and supportive environment which respects the rights of children and fosters their enrichment and wellbeing.

Haileybury’s approach to creating and maintaining a child safe environment is guided by the core belief that every student matters every day. The School’s mission ‘to develop high-achieving students who are connected globally, to each other and to the communities in which they live and serve’, can only be achieved if its students are safe, feel safe and are empowered to participate in decisions which affect their lives.

Haileybury’s robust human resources, recruitment and vetting practices are strictly adhered to during the application and interviewing process. Applicants should be aware that we carry out Working With Children, police records and reference checks to ensure that we are recruiting the right people. Applicants must familiarise themselves with Haileybury’s Code of Conduct and Policy on Relationships between Staff and Students available on our website.

Haileybury has zero tolerance for child abuse in any form.

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