Employment Opportunities

Employment Opportunities

Notre Dame College often have teaching and non-teaching positions become available throughout various times of the year. Any employment opportunities that are available will appear below. For all applications, please ensure that you download a copy of the Application Form and Key Selection Criteria and also read through the College’s Employment Application Collection Notice.

Emergency Teachers

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If you are interested in undertaking emergency teaching at Notre Dame College, please complete a covering letter and the application form below and forward it to the Daily Organiser, together with a copy of your Victorian Institute of Teaching Registration. Successful applicants will join our roster of emergency teachers.

Daily Organiser
Notre Dame College139 Knight Street
Shepparton, 3630

Positions Available

Applications are sought from suitably qualified persons with a commitment to the values and ethos of Catholic Education for the following fulltime position, to commence as soon as possible:

Administration Assistant to the Heads of House
(Education Support Officer)

This is an exciting opportunity for a professional and experienced person to work as part of a dynamic team in a busy College environment. The successful candidate will work to provide support to the Heads of House on the Knight Street Campus of the College.

Please refer to documents below for further details about these positions. Applicants are asked to download an Application Form, relevant Key Selection Criteria and Position Description or contact the Principal’s Executive Assistant.

Applications, together with a covering letter which addresses the Key Selection Criteria, must reach the Principal of the College by no later than Thursday, 5th July, 2018.

 

In 2019, Notre Dame College will commence a new leadership structure. Consequently, opportunities exist for highly motivated, committed and suitably qualified teachers to make an application for the following Positions of Leadership (POL’s) commencing in 2019.

POL Level 4
Director of Learning and Teaching
Director of the McAuley Champagnat Programme
Director of the Year 9 Programme

POL Level 3
Head of House (Years 7 and 8) (6 Positions)
Head of House (Years 10 – 12) (6 Positions)
Learning and Teaching Coach (4 Positions)
Learning Area Convenor (For each of the following: Arts, English, Health/PE,
Humanities, Languages, Mathematics, Project Based Learning, Religious Education, Science, Technology)

POL Level 2
Learning Enrichment Leader
Learning Community Leaders Year 9 Programme (3 positions)
Literacy Leader
Numeracy Leader
VCAL Leader
VET Leader

POL Level 1
Careers Manager
Educational Resource Centre Leader
Curriculum Coordinator McAuley Champagnat Programme
E Learning Leader

 

Acting Deputy Principal – Catholic Identity
(Long Service Leave Replacement – Terms 1 and 2, 2019)
This is an exciting opportunity for an exceptional and dynamic educator aspiring to senior leadership in a Catholic secondary school.

The successful applicant for the Acting Deputy Principal position will:
- Have a demonstrated commitment to Catholic praxis and wide experience in Catholic education.
- Be an active member of the Catholic Church.
- Support staff and students to understand, value and demonstrate Catholic ideals.
- Model the guiding principles of our Marist and Mercy Charisms to staff, students and the wider community.
- Have an Accreditation to Teach Religious Education in a Catholic School.

Please refer to documents below for further details about these positions. Applicants are asked to download an Application Form, relevant Key Selection Criteria and Position Description or contact the Principal’s Executive Assistant.

The closing date for these positions is Thursday, 19th July, 2018 at 4.00pm. Please ensure that a covering letter addressing the Key Selection Criteria and the completed Application Form are submitted to the Principal by this date.

 The College community promotes the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all children.

 

Documents

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document Acting Deputy Principal Catholic Identity Role Description Download (docx, 71 KB)
document Acting Deputy Principal Catholic Identity Application Process and Key Selection Criteria Download (docx, 60 KB)
document Acting Deputy Principal Catholic Identity Task List Download (docx, 68 KB)
document Administrative Assistant to the Heads of House New Download (docx, 69 KB)
document Administrative Assistant to the Heads of House Position Details and Key Selection Criteria New Download (docx, 64 KB)
document Application Form Popular Download (doc, 318 KB)
document Careers Manager POL 1 Download (doc, 148 KB)
document Curriculum Coordinator McAuley Champagnat Programme POL 1 Download (doc, 145 KB)
document Director of Learning and Teaching POL 4 Download (docx, 75 KB)
document Director of McAuley Champagnat Programme POL 4 Download (docx, 71 KB)
document Director of Year 9 Programme POL 4 Download (docx, 71 KB)
document Education Resource Centre Leader POL 1 Download (docx, 71 KB)
document ELearning Leader POL 1 Download (doc, 136 KB)
pdf Employment Application Collection Notice Popular Download (pdf, 115 KB)
document Head of House POL 3 Download (doc, 137 KB)
document Learning and Teaching Coach POL 3 Download (doc, 153 KB)
document Learning Area Convenor POL 3 Download (doc, 151 KB)
document Learning Community Leader POL 2 Download (docx, 70 KB)
document Learning Enrichment Leader POL 2 Download (doc, 139 KB)
document Literacy Leader POL 2 Download (doc, 137 KB)
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