Employment

Mount Ridley P – 12 College prides itself on having dynamic teams of teachers and education support staff who are committed to the learning needs, care, wellbeing and protection of their students. As highly skilled educational practitioners, staff at the College utilise their broad range of academic and life experiences in each classroom so as to continually develop and improve the learning opportunities for each individual student.

Our teachers and education support staff are valued and outstanding professionals who enjoy a warm supportive and vibrant work environment. Along with this the College provides a variety of rich ongoing professional development programs focused on continually enhancing their already high levels of expertise. An array of strategic partnerships, including the use of highly skilled external educational consultants, support collaborative learning and focused professional dialogue.
For those seeking a range of leadership opportunities, a comprehensive middle and senior management structure is in place. It provides career progression in the areas of teaching and learning; student engagement and wellbeing and operations and resourcing.

Mount Ridley P – 12 College welcomes applications from innovative, flexible and enthusiastic individuals who possess a clear undertaking to provide productive learning experiences for students and a commitment to life-long learning. Applicants for teaching positions must possess Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT) registration, whilst those wishing to be considered for an education support position must have a Working With Children Check (WWCC) designated as Employee, not Volunteer.
Employment opportunities at the College are advertised through the Department of Education and Training’s (DET) Recruitment Online System which is the employment management program for Victorian Government School jobs.

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All applications must be submitted through the DET website.
Applications must include:
• A cover sheet providing your name, home address, email and telephone contact details;
• A specific response to the selection criteria with regard to the position advertised;
• A summary of experience and qualifications; and
• The names and contact details (including telephone number and email address) of three referees who can provide information regarding your application in relation to the key selection criteria.

Click here to access DET/Recruitment Online System

Please download our Staff Code of Practice

CASUAL EMPLOYMENT

Teachers interested in registering for possible Casual Relief Teaching (CRT) work should send their Curriculum Vitae (CV), clearly marked ‘CRT CV’, by post or email to the College. If you are interested in registering for possible casual work in the area of Education Support (administration, maintenance, teacher aide, etc.) a Curriculum Vitae (CV), clearly marked ‘CRT ES’ should be posted or emailed to the Business Manager. Curriculum Vitaes for casual employment must include:
• A cover sheet providing your name, home and email addresses and telephone contact details;
• A summary of experience and qualifications; and
• The names and contact details (including telephone number and email address) of three referees.

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