Employment

Kilbreda College is a Catholic school for girls in the Brigidine Tradition. Students and staff are encouraged and supported to aim high, to pursue their dreams and to excel in all that they do. We hold the care, safety and wellbeing of young people as a central and fundamental responsibility. All employees will be expected to read, sign and commit to our Child Safety Code of Conduct when commencing their employment.

Please note that it is a condition of employment that all staff are fully vaccinated for COVID-19 unless a medical exemption exists.

Positions Vacant

Applications are invited from suitably qualified, experienced and committed professionals to join our staff at Kilbreda College in the following roles:

Student Counsellor / Psychologist

Applications are sought from appropriately qualified and experienced counsellors / psychologists to join our Counselling Team in. This is an ongoing, part-time (four days per week) position.

This role is integral to supporting the health and wellbeing of students of the College. The College Counsellors are part of the Wellbeing Team and therefore contribute to the overall pastoral care of students in the College.

Please click on the position title above for the role description.

This is an ongoing, part-time (0.8 FTE, four days per week) position, with paid school holidays (Category B Education Support Employee).

Applications close: Friday 4 February 2022 at 5pm

Administrative Assistant - Learning Diversity

The Administrative Assistant - Learning Diversity provides administrative and clerical assistance to the Head of Learning Diversity and supports the Learning Diversity Assistant in carrying out their role. Key to the role is the provision of highly effective administrative assistance to facilitate the smooth operation of the Learning Diversity Department.

Please click on the position title above for the role description.

This is a part-time (0.8FTE, four days per week), fixed-term position for the 2022 school year, with paid school holidays (Category B Education Support Employee).

Applications close: Thursday 27 January 2022 at 5pm

Administrative Assistant - Wellbeing and Compliance

The Administrative Assistant – Wellbeing and Compliance plays a key role is supporting the wellbeing programs and services offered at the College. They also play a key role in ensuring that the College is compliant with relevant legislation and support the Past Pupils’ Network Committee. In addition, they work collaboratively with members of the Office Administration Team to ensure effective and efficient administration services across the College.

Please click on the position title above for the role description.

This is a full-time, ongoing position, with 7 weeks paid school holidays per year (Category C Education Support Employee).

Applications close: Thursday 27 January 2022 at 5pm

Application Details:

Please email your application, with the position title in the subject line of your email, to: principal@kilbreda.vic.edu.au

It is expected that your application includes the following:

  1. An introductory letter outlining your suitability and interest in the position
  2. Curriculum Vitae
  3. A fully completed Application for Employment form (can be found in the EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION LINKS AND FORMS section below)
  4. Copy of qualifications and academic transcripts
  5. Copy of current VIT registration (teaching roles) / WWCC (non-teaching roles)
  6. Casual Relief Teachers

    If you would like to apply for Casual Relief Teaching at Kilbreda College please complete the form below and email it to Carole Downie, Daily Organizer along with your curriculum vitae, transcripts of qualifications and the names of three referees.

    Applying for a Role at Kilbreda College

    All staff at Kilbreda College have an essential role to play. It is expected that all staff:

    Teachers

    • Demonstrate alignment and support for the Catholic, Kildare Ministries and Brigidine ethos of the College
    • Support and enact the Vision, Mission and Values of the College
    • Demonstrate duty of care to students in relation to their physical and mental wellbeing
    • Be well informed and comply with the College’s obligations in relation to Child Safe Standards and processes for reporting suspected abuse
    • Be familiar with and comply with all College policies and procedures
    • Contribute to the best possible educational outcomes for all students, enhance the community’s strengths and ensure careful stewardship of the College’s resources.
    • In relation to teachers, comply with the Accreditation Policy of the Catholic Education Commission of Victoria (CECV) to teach in a Catholic school, and other CECV policies, and uphold the professional standards expected of a teacher
    • In teaching positions, they be qualified as required by state authorities and hold a current VIT Registration
    • In non-teaching positions, hold a current Police Check and Working with Children Check

    Employment Application Links and Forms