Employment

Casual

We regularly look to update our register of casual relief staff, including teaching, administration and exam supervision. If you are interested in working casually within our school please download and email principal@ccw.vic.edu.au an Application for Employment. 

Please note by completing an Application for Employment, it is not an offer of employment and does not constitute a contract of employment with the college.

Teaching  |  Non Teaching

TEACHING NON – TEACHING

TEACHER 2021

Due to an increase in enrolments, applications are invited from suitably experienced Teachers for positions to commence in 2021. Loads may be made up of the following subject areas in any year level:

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Religious Education
  • Humanities
  • Science/Psychology
  • Food Technology
  • Technology/Systems Engineering

Every teaching position is also aligned to a Learning Mentor. Please read the Learning Mentor Position Description in conjunction with the Teacher Position Description.

The successful applicant will have a demonstrated commitment to Catholic education and to the safety and wellbeing of children.

The successful applicant will possess the skills and abilities necessary to provide students with a rich and rewarding educational experience and will embrace a collegial, team-based approach to teaching and learning.

The successful candidate will be appropriately qualified, demonstrate enthusiasm and ability to deliver the appropriate curriculum to a range of educational abilities, and be able to provide care and support for students whilst supporting and respecting the ethos of the school and its environment.

The successful applicant will hold Victorian Institute of Teaching Registration.

Please note that the interviews will be held via Zoom.

CEW PROJECT OFFICER

Catholic College Wodonga on behalf of Catholic Education Wodonga are seeking applications from suitably experienced persons for the part time, maternity leave replacement of CEW Project Officer to commence as soon as possible until 27 August 2021. Time fraction may be between 0.4FTE – 0.6FTE – negotiable.

Salary will range between the full time equivalent of $53,302 – 72,893 gross, based on skills and expertise. This role incorporates all Victorian school holidays.

The successful applicant will have a demonstrated commitment to Catholic education and to the safety and wellbeing of children.

The successful applicant will possess the skills and abilities necessary to provide thorough and efficient support to the college via community publications

The successful candidate will be appropriately qualified, demonstrate enthusiasm and ability to deliver the requirements of the position description.

The successful applicant will be subject to a Working with Children Check and a National Police Record Check.

Applications close: Monday 21 September 9.00am Applications close: Friday 2 October 3.00pm

How to apply:

Please complete a cover letter highlighting the key selection criteria which can be found in the position description. Attach your resume and a completed Application for Employment and email all documents to principal@ccw.vic.edu.au

 This school community promotes the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all children.

How to apply:

Please complete a cover letter highlighting the key selection criteria which can be found in the position description. Attach your resume and a completed Application for Employment and email all documents to principal@ccw.vic.edu.au

 This school community promotes the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all children.

 

Please note the Application for Employment is a writable PDF and you need Adobe Acrobat to download it. Please note the Application for Employment is a writable PDF and you need Adobe Acrobat to download it.

Other information or documentation that we ask you to be cognisant of is linked below:

Our intention as an employer

We aim to employ and develop a staff committed to the vision and mission of the College, show a professional, innovative approach to the teaching and learning process and who share the school’s aim of developing the whole person.

Our employment policy follows CECV guidelines and is in keeping with the Mercy tradition, which underpins our identity as a Catholic school. We seek staff that are supportive of our Catholic ethos and who value mutual respect and faith within a community environment. As a community we value the strengths and individuality of our staff members. We strive to support all staff members to develop and enhance their skills through focused and targeted professional learning that is either school-based or external.

We endeavour to make the experience of working at Catholic College Wodonga a positive and rewarding one. As a College we seek people that have a passion for learning, a clear sense of responsibility for the students in their care and a collaborative, team oriented approach.

Explore our website to find out more about us.