Tuesday, 27 July 2021 11:01


Midrand High School
~ Midrand, Gauteng ~

Founded in 1994, Midrand High School is a well-established secondary school which has a proud heritage, and has established a sound reputation for:

  • Maintaining high standards
  • The pursuit of excellence
  • The development of the intellectual, physical, social and cultural interests of our learners
  • Learners who have self-discipline and accept responsibility.

Facilities and Maintenance Manager

We are looking for a knowledgeable and competent manager to oversee the operations and upkeep of the school. You will be required to manage budgets, train, and supervise staff, and oversee the daily operations of the school. You will be required to efficiently manage multiple projects


  • Meeting with the Deputy Principal and Principal to discuss general requirements.
  • Managing budgets.
  • Managing the daily operations of the estate including staff schedules and upkeep.
  • Supervising all ground staff and providing training, daily feedback, and performance reviews.
  • Managing all maintenance, repairs, and renovations to buildings and grounds (general maintenance, plumbing and electrical functions).
  • Liaising with companies that hire the facilities to ensure that all functions run smoothly.
  • Managing all administrative tasks.


  • Strong background in property management, business administration, or similar.
  • A minimum of 5 years’ experience in construction and project management, or similar.
  • Experience in property management including the coordination of maintenance and renovations.
  • Sound knowledge of groundskeeping management and operations.
  • Great leadership and project management abilities.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Exceptional time management and multitasking abilities.
  • The availability to be on call at all times, including evenings, weekends, and holidays

The school and the SGB reserve the right not to fill this position. An application does not necessarily entitle the applicant to an interview. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.


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~ Cape Town, Western Cape ~

Tafelberg School is located in one of the most beautiful cities in the world: Cape Town. We take pride in creating the ideal environment for our learners to thrive, do what they’re passionate about and experience success in all areas of academics. Through the provision of support and assistance, we are able to develop each learner; shaping them into the best possible version of themselves. Tafelberg School welcomes learners from all backgrounds and abilities with open arms.

± 26 August 2021 – 1 March 2022 (Dates to be confirmed)

To render psychological counseling and support within a special school/resource center environment, including full-service and inclusive schools, within an inclusive education and whole school development framework, in conjunction with the School-Based Support Team(SBSTs). To assist school management to make the school efficient and effective as a teaching and learning institution.


  • Masters-level degree in Psychology
  • registration as a PSYCHOLOGIST (Educational, Clinical or Counselling) with the Professional Board for Psychology of the Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA) (must provide proof of current registration)
  • recognized post-graduate qualification [REQV 14] which must include appropriate training as an educator
  • registration as an EDUCATOR with the South African Council for Educators (SACE) (must provide proof of registration)
  • at least 1 or 2 years relevant psycho-educational and/or psycho-social experience
  • a certified copy of a valid drivers’ license
  • proficiency in English and at least 1 other official language of the Western Cape.


  • provision of psychological support to learners as a member of a trans-disciplinary team
  • promote and support the implementation of inclusive education policy and guideline documents
  • knowledge and experience in the early identification, assessment and support of learners experiencing barriers to learning
  • knowledge of the Screening, Identification, Assessment and Support (SIAS) policy
  • assist within the School-Based Support Team (SBST) to develop and monitor Individual Support Plans (ISP) for learners experiencing barriers to learning
  • provision of psycho-educational and psycho-social support to learners, educators and parents
  • capacity-building of educators and parents within the inclusive education framework
  • administration of psychological and educational assessments
  • provision of short-term psycho-therapeutic support for learners
  • assist the school with the development of networks for support
  • adhere to the Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA) ethical code for psychology, scope of practice and other guideline documents
  • undertake Continuous Professional Development (CPD) and professional supervision as a personal responsibility
  • maintain a record of all psychological and educational interventions
  • draft professional psycho-educational and psycho-social reports
  • maintain a sound administrative system ensuring confidentiality of records


  • basic counselling skills
  • child development
  • computer literacy
  • crisis management
  • diagnostic assessment
  • inclusive education policy & guideline documents
  • learning strategies
  • multi-disciplinary teamwork
  • national curriculum policy statements
  • presentation skills 
  • preventative programmes
  • professional ethics
  • psycho-educational assessment
  • psycho-social support
  • psycho-therapeutic techniques
  • psychological research methodology
  • report writing
  • teaching styles
  • sound administration
  • trauma de-briefing
  • whole school development
  • Abuse no more protocol

All applications will be treated in strict confidence. The school reserves the right not to proceed with the filling of the post. An application in itself does not entitle the applicant to an interview. Applicants who do not hear from the school within two weeks should consider their application unsuccessful.

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Tuesday, 27 July 2021 08:53


The Diocesan School for Girls
~ Makhanda, Eastern Cape ~

The Diocesan School for Girls in Makhanda (Grahamstown), Eastern Cape, invites applications for: 


The Diocesan School for Girls, situated in Makhanda (formerly Grahamstown) in the Eastern Cape, offers a young woman with a calling and a passion for school chaplaincy, the opportunity to join our successful intern programme.

We are looking for a creative team player, an energy creator with a ‘can-do’ attitude who loves what they do, because they know it will make a difference in the lives of the people they serve.

To commence: January 2022

Our ideal candidate is a woman aged between 25 and 35 years who:

  • is an ordained Anglican priest and embraces the ethos and ideals of an Anglican church school. 
  • is a person of prayer and a pastor at heart. 
  • embraces and presents a biblically based understanding of the Christian faith.
  • has a maturity of faith to deal with the complex issues of school.
  • is willing to participate and engage fully in the life of the school.
  • enjoys, and is good at, working with, and relating to children of all ages.
  • share the values and vision of DSG around transformation, diversity and belonging.
  • willing to further their studies at the College of Transfiguration.
  • willing and committed to pursue the internship for one year.

The school offers: 

  • mentorship and guidance from DSG Chaplain and The College of Transfiguration. 
  • sufficient time for studies.
  • college fees and books.
  • board and lodging, as well as a small stipend.

Please refer to our website for further information and application form:

All applications will be treated in strict confidence. The school reserves the right not to proceed with the filling of the post. An application in itself does not entitle the applicant to an interview. Applicants who do not hear from the school within two weeks should consider their application unsuccessful. DSG is an equal opportunity employer and committed to achieving employment equity.

Under the Protection of Personal Information Act (POPIA) which came into effect on 1 July 2021, all organisations and schools alike have a legal obligation to manage the personal information it processes appropriately, by applying specific principles and conditions.
The Diocesan School for Girls is committed to ensuring the security and protection of your personal information and to provide a compliant and consistent approach to data protection. Should you have any questions related to the POPIA Act, please refer to our website.


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Monday, 12 July 2021 16:03


Bosmansdam Primary
~ Cape Town, Western Cape ~

Bosmansdam Primary was the first school established in Bothasig. The school, situated in Elbrecht Street in the heart of Bothasig, opened its doors on 19 January 1966.

The school seeks to offer quality education for learners from Grade R to Grade 7. Bosmansdam Primary School is a parallel medium institution. Both English and Afrikaans speaking learners receive tuition in their mother tongue. The school has always endeavoured to maintain an equitable balance between the two languages wherever possible.

As a multi-cultural school with a vision for the future, learners are taught to respect the beliefs, lifestyles and cultures of others.

Bosmansdam Primary School invites applications from suitably experienced and qualified persons for the following position:

Financial Officer

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Pastel accounting software essential.
  • Daily cash book reconciliation.
  • Debtors invoicing credit notes and reconciliation of numbers to CEMIS.
  • Monthly Creditors processing and payments and weekly cash payments.
  • Monthly salary processing and payment.
  • Processing via sage payroll
  • Documenting payments and signatures of employees
  • SARS efiling and EMP201 payments
  • UIF reporting
  • Bi-Annual and Annual EMP501 pâté reconciliation
  • Strong emphasis of debtors collections/statements and follow up on errant account.
  • Compliance within the department framework;
  • Grade R subsidy reconciliation and reporting
  • W043 quarter reporting
  • Full service school reconciliation and reporting.
  • Exemption processing and reporting.
  • Municipal payment reporting
  • Financial year end audit reporting

The school reserves the right not to fill this position. An application does not necessarily entitle the applicant to an interview. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

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