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Employment at Sacred Heart College is an opportunity to work in a vibrant, dynamic and progressive teaching and learning environment. Positions are generally advertised in the Melbourne AGE, The Geelong Advertiser, SEEK and on this website.

Employees at Sacred Heart College agree to:

  • Accept the Catholic education philosophy of the College
  • Develop and maintain an adequate understanding of those aspects of Catholic teaching that touch upon each employees subject areas and other aspects of his or her work
  • By their counselling, teaching and other work, and by personal example, strive to help students to understand, accept and appreciate Catholic teaching and values
  • Comply with the accreditation policy of the CECV to teach in a Catholic school
  • Be committed to regular and ongoing professional development, and participate in an appraisal process
  • Be qualified as required by State Authorities including the VIT and hold a current Working with Children check.
  • Uphold a zero tolerance attitude towards child abuse, and maintain a culture of child safety.
  • Uphold a commitment to ensure cultural safety for Aboriginal children and children from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds, and to providing a safe environment for children with a disability.
  • Comply with the College's policies and procedures including the Mercy Education Code of Conduct and Safeguarding Children and Young People Code of Conduct.


Successful applicants will have a demonstrated commitment to Catholic education and to the safety and wellbeing of children.

Successful applicants will possess the skills and abilities necessary to fulfil the relevant position. Additionally, successful candidates will be appropriately qualified, demonstrate enthusiasm and where required, be able to provide care and support for students and its environment. In the case of teaching roles, candidates must have the ability to deliver the appropriate curriculum to a range of educational abilities whilst supporting and respecting the ethos of the College.

Teaching staff are required to hold Victorian Institute of Teaching Registration; non-teaching staff are required to hold or be willing to obtain a Working with Children Check and undergo a National Police Record Check.

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