Our College

Employment Opportunities

Successful applicants will have a demonstrated commitment to Catholic education and is committed to creating and maintaining a child safe environment. It is a condition of employment that all employees of the college are suitable to work with children and adhere to the Child Safety Code of Conduct and Child Protection Policy.

For all applications, please ensure that you download a copy of the Application Form and any Key Selection Criteria.

If you are interested in applying for a position at Lavalla Catholic College, please complete a covering letter, the application form together with a copy of your curriculum vitae and your Victorian Institute of Teaching Registration and forward onto pa@lavalla.vic.edu.au.

Casual Relief Teachers

If you are interested in undertaking casual relief teaching at Lavalla Catholic College, please complete a covering letter, the application form together with a copy of your curriculum vitae and your Victorian Institute of Teaching Registration and forward onto pa@lavalla.vic.edu.au

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Child Protection Requirements

It is our policy that all applicants who work at Lavalla Catholic College are informed about the College’s child protection policies and practices before working here. All applicants must read and understand our Child Safety and Protection Policy and Child Safety Code of Conduct.  To read these documents, please refer to our Child Protection Policies under ‘Wellbeing’.

It is also our policy that new staff undergoes additional screening to meet Child Safety requirements, including:

  • Working with Children Check clearance
  • Relevant qualifications and registration
  • Personal identity verification and background checks
  • Information about child-connected work

These Reference checks will address the person's suitability for working with children

 

2020 Employment Opportunities

Deputy Principal – Learning and Teaching

Lavalla Catholic College is governed by Marist Schools Australia and appointments to the role of Principal and Deputy Principal are made by the National Director.

Accordingly, Marist Schools Australia is seeking applications for a Deputy Principal – Learning and Teaching at Lavalla Catholic College.  

Marist Schools Australia welcomes interest from leaders who understand and are committed to promoting Marist Education.

We have high expectations of our Leaders and form them to be collaborative and courageous in serving the needs of our students.

You can expect high trust and high accountability for the development of the learning environment that support students, families and staff.

Please find below the Role Description for Deputy Principal - Learning and Teaching and the Information form. The complete application package, including application and referee forms, can be obtained from Kellyann Armstrong, PA to John Freeman, the Principal of Lavalla Catholic College via pa@lavalla.vic.edu.au

The appointment commences in 2020 and is a five-year tenure (with option for a second five years).

Assistance with reasonable relocation costs will be offered to the successful applicant if required.

Applicants will also be required to forward three (3) completed referee forms with current Principal being one of these.

The Deputy Principal - Learning and Teaching is appointed by The National Director of Marist Schools Australia and is responsible to the Principal for all aspects of learning and teaching within the College as outlined in the strategic plan and the role description. Accordingly, applications should be addressed to:

 

Dr Frank Malloy

National Director of Marist Schools Australia

Care of - Eva Brennan, eva.brennan@marists.org.au

 

Applications are due no later than 4.00pm on Friday 26 July 2019

 

Useful Links

Marist Schools Australia 

Marist Association of St Marcellin Champagnat 

Documents


Assistant Principal – Staff Wellbeing and Development

Lavalla Catholic College is seeking applications for an Assistant Principal – Staff Wellbeing and Development.

Lavalla Catholic College welcomes interest from leaders who understand and are committed to promoting Marist Education.

We have high expectations of our Leaders and form them to be collaborative and courageous in serving the needs of our students.

You can expect high trust and high accountability for the development of the wellbeing and development structures that support staff to best serve students, families and the College.

Please find below the Role Description for Assistant Principal – Staff Wellbeing and Development and the Information form. The complete application package, including application and referee forms, can be obtained from Kellyann Armstrong, PA to John Freeman, the Principal of Lavalla Catholic College via pa@lavalla.vic.edu.au

The appointment commences in 2020 and is a five-year tenure (with option for a second five years).

Applicants will also be required to forward three (3) completed referee forms with current Principal being one of these.

The Assistant Principal - Staff Wellbeing and Development is appointed by the Principal and is responsible to the Principal for all aspects of staff wellbeing, professional standards and learning within the College as outlined in the strategic plan and the role description. Accordingly, applictions should be addressed to:

 

Mr John M Freeman

Principal of Lavalla Catholic College

Care of – Kellyann Armstrong, pa@lavalla.vic.edu.au

 

Applications are due no later than 4.00pm on Friday 26 July 2019

 

Useful Links

Marist Schools Australia 

Marist Association of St Marcellin Champagnat 

Documents


2019 Employment Opportunities

Teaching Position

Teacher - Position Description

All required documents are to be directed to the Principal's PA by email principal@lavalla.vic.edu.au for attention of the Principal, Mr John M Freeman.


1 x Finance Accountant

Ongoing Full-Time

Lavalla Catholic College is currently seeking a Financial Accountant to join our Finance Team.

Consideration will be given to a highly motivated individual with excellent communication skills, highly driven and committed to getting tasks completed in an accurate and timely manner.

They should also have strong IT skills, be able to work independently and act with initiative. A high level of attention to detail is also required.

Applicants should have completed a Bachelor of Business and have completed or plans to commence their CPA.

Under the Working with Children Act 2005 the successful applicant must hold a Working with Children Card.

Successful applicant should be prepared to support the ethos of the College.

Applications, including full curriculum vitae and names and phone numbers of three (3) referees are to be directed to the Principals PA by email pa@lavalla.vic.edu.au for attention of the Principal, Mr John M Freeman by no later than 4pm Tuesday, 16th July 2019.

Further information please contact Mr Rob Tarraran Business Manager on 5174 5272 or email: tarrrob1@lavalla.vic.edu.au

The Lavalla Catholic College community promotes the safety, well-being and inclusion of all children.


Short Term Replacement Positions


1x 0.8 - 1.0 FTE (Negotiable) English and Science Teacher

Teaching Year 8 English, Year 8 & 9 Science

4 weeks 26/8/19 - 20/9/19


Expressions of Interest for the following positions:
  • Casual Relief Teachers (Provisionally/VIT registered)

  • Casual Relief Educational Support Officers

All required documents are to be directed to the Principal's PA by email principal@lavalla.vic.edu.au for attention of the Principal, Mr John M Freeman.