Beacon Private School


School Wide

Student Welfare Officer


A Student Welfare Officer plays a vital role in providing emotional, and practical support to learners within the school. We are looking to appoint a multilingual individual who will be responsible for nurturing learners in an enthusiastic and professional environment.

Pastoral Counselling: Provide confidential counselling sessions to individuals and families dealing with personal and emotional. Offer compassionate listening, guidance, and support tailored to each learner’s needs.

 Advocacy: Advocate for the spiritual and emotional well-being of individuals within the organization or community. Collaborate with leadership to ensure that pastoral care services are integrated into the overall care plan.

Crisis Intervention: Offer immediate support and counselling to individuals and families facing crisis situations such as illness, death, trauma, or loss. Collaborate with the counsellor to provide holistic care.

Community Outreach: Develop and maintain relationships with community members, including families, staff, PTLA, and volunteers. Organize and facilitate support groups, educational workshops, and community events to address needs.

Coordination: Coordinate pastoral care services within the organization or community, ensuring that individuals receive timely and appropriate support.

Documentation: Maintain accurate and confidential records of pastoral care interactions, including counselling sessions, referrals, and follow-up actions. Adhere to professional and ethical standards of confidentiality.

Training and Education: Provide training and education to staff, volunteers, and community members on topics related to pastoral care, including active listening, empathy, and crisis intervention. Stay updated on best practices in pastoral care and counselling.

  • Bachelor's degree in theology, pastoral counselling, psychology, social work, or a related field
  • At least 3 years’ Experience working in a similar role.
ICT Department

ICT Systems Administrator and Integration Specialist

The ICT Systems Administrator and Integration Specialist is responsible for overseeing the installation, configuration, maintenance, and security of the school's computer systems, servers, network devices, and other IT infrastructure components. Additionally, this role involves collaborating with educators to integrate technology tools and resources that enhance teaching and learning experiences. The position requires a strong technical background, excellent problem-solving skills, and the ability to provide guidance and training to end-users.

  • Ensure implementation of technology-infused curriculum and instructional strategies in the classroom.
  • Train end-users on software applications and hardware devices.
  • Ensure teachers are integrating educational technology in the classroom.
  • Install, maintain, and secure computer systems, servers, and network devices.
  • Monitor system performance, troubleshoot issues, and ensure optimal functionality.
  • Implement backup and disaster recovery solutions for data protection.
  • Provide timely and professional technical support to faculty, staff, and students.
  • Diagnose and resolve hardware, software, and network issues.
  • Monitor network traffic, implement security measures, and address performance issues.
  • Collaborate with educators to identify technology tools that enhance teaching and learning.
  • Maintain accurate records of IT assets, licenses, and network configurations.
  • Generate reports on system performance and IT metrics.
  • Document IT procedures and troubleshooting steps for reference.
  • Prepare written reports on IT-related activities.
  • Develop and maintain quality assurance of the IT experience for all users.
  • Establish and monitor department objectives and procedures.
  • Manage subject-related resources and facilities.
  • Contribute to the development of school management policies.
  • Timetable classes, exams, and events; synchronize systems.
  • Configure tools and standards for subjects and assessments.
  • Design reports based on assessment results and school data.
  • Conduct exams and analyze assessment outcomes.
  • Stay updated on all current trends.
  • Share reports with the Principal and the Head of School regularly to ensure the above KPIs are met.
  • Bachelor’s degree in IT 
  • At least 3 years’ experience working with learners and teachers.
  • Ability to effectively manage a classroom and supervise large groups of students.