Employment

Sacred Heart Primary School deeply values the individuals who work here, and aims to ensure our employment relationship is professional, fair and consistent at all times.

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We welcome interest and applications from experienced teachers, graduates and support staff of the highest calibre to join our dedicated team. Our recruitment practices have been shaped to ensure child safety and include a rigorous screening process.

To apply for any positions listed below, please read through the application documentation and submit it as per the instructions.

Some important documentation related to working at our Catholic school is outlined below.

As part of our screening process, Sacred Heart Primary School will confirm your Victorian Institute of Teaching status, obtain proof of your personal identity and qualifications, verify your history of work involving children and obtain references that address your suitability for the job and working with children. 

All candidates will receive an acknowledgment of their application. Those who are not invited for an interview will be notified of the outcome of the process at the appropriate time.

Thank you for your interest in working at Sacred Heart Primary School.

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Current Advertised Positions

2023 Classroom Teacher Positions 

We look forward to welcoming dynamic and talented classroom teachers to our team in 2023. We are passionate about fostering successful relationships, attaining high academic outcomes and achieving overall life satisfaction for all who work at Sacred Heart Primary School.

We have available the following Classroom Teacher positions:

  • Position 1: Fixed Term Classroom Teacher  - FTE 1.0 (2023 School Year)
  • Position 2: Fixed Term Classroom Teacher - FTE 0.6 -  This work will be spread over three days. (2023 School Year)

Graduate and experienced teachers are encouraged to apply.

Key Selection Criteria

The successful applicant will have:

  • An understanding of the Child Safe Standards and commitment to the safety and well-being of all children,
  • A strong belief in relational pedagogy and a passion for believing in and working with students, families and colleagues,
  • A capacity to implement engaging and empowering learning activities for students understanding of the High Impact of Teaching Strategies,
  • An understanding of teacher impact and how to target successful learning experiences for students,
  • An understanding of contemporary educational practices and the Victorian Curriculum,
  • A willingness to work collaboratively and consistently with colleagues,
  • Strong communication and emotional intelligence awareness; self-awareness, emotional control, self-motivation, empathy and relationship skills.

Classroom Teacher Role Description

Application Process

Please submit your application before 4 pm on 2/12/22. You are welcome to email me, Mr. Mark Gibson, principal@shmildura.catholic.edu.au   

Applications must be made in writing and include:

  • Application Form (including two professional referees)
  • Application letter addressing interest in the role and any experience relating to the Key Selection Criteria
  • Personal resume (optional)     

To discuss these opportunities further, please contact:

Mr. Mark Gibson, Principal on 5023 1204 or via email principal@shmildura.catholic.edu.au   

Applications close: Friday 2nd December at 9am

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

Learning Support Officer (LSO)

We look forward to welcoming dynamic and talented Learning Support Officers to provide high quality educational support to classroom teachers and enhance the classroom learning experience for students.

We have available the following Learning Support Officer positions:

  • Position 1: Ongoing Learning Support Officer  - FTE 0.81 
  • Position 2: Fixed Term Learning Support Officer - FTE 0.81 (2023 School Year)

The employed staff will be required to work roughly the following days and times:

  • Monday: 8:45am - 3:15 pm
  • Tuesday 8:45 am - 4:30 pm
  • Wednesday: 8:45 am - 3:15 pm
  • Thursday: 8:45am - 3:15pm
  • Friday: 8:45am - 3:15pm

Terms and conditions are as per the Catholic Education Multi Enterprise Agreement 2018.

Experienced and inexperienced Learning Support Officers are encouraged to apply.

Key Selection Criteria

It is preferred that the successful applicant will have:

  • A demonstrated commitment to student well-being and child safety
  • A capability to work cooperatively within a team environment
  • A proven ability to build and maintain positive relationships
  • An ability to support students with specific learning needs including challenging behaviours,
  • Strategies to support children with a range of learning needs,
  • An ability to support/deliver learning programs and Individualised Learning plans (ILPs), as communicated by the classroom teacher,
  • A valid Working With Children Check (WWCC) and National Police Check.

Learning Support Officer Role Description

Application Process

Please submit your application before 4 pm on 2/12/22. You are welcome to email me, Mr. Mark Gibson, principal@shmildura.catholic.edu.au   

Applications must be made in writing and include:

  • Application Form (including two professional referees)
  • Application letter addressing interest in the role and any experience relating to the Key Selection Criteria
  • Personal resume (optional)     

To discuss these opportunities further, please contact:

Mr. Mark Gibson, Principal on 5023 1204 or via email principal@shmildura.catholic.edu.au   

Applications close: Friday 2nd December at 9am

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

Library Technician (2023 School Year)

We are seeking an experienced library technician capable of working effectively and independently. In this role, you will be responding to student and staff requests and implementing an effective running of the library.

The employed person will be required to work roughly the following days and times:

  • Monday: 8:15 am - 4 pm
  • Friday: 8:15 am - 4 pm

Terms and conditions are as per the Catholic Education Multi Enterprise Agreement 2018.

Those who have experience working in a Library are encouraged to apply.

Key Selection Criteria

It is preferred that the successful applicant will have:

  • Experience running or working in a library,
  • Experience working with students or young people,
  • Skills and experience in library procedures and practices e.g. cataloging, covering, purchasing etc.,
  • Experience in the use of contemporary Library management systems e.g. Oliver,
  • Knowledge and interest in children's literature,
  • Ability to supervise students in a measured and sensitive way,
  • A demonstrated commitment to student well-being and child safety,
  • A valid Working With Children Check (WWCC) and National Police Check.

Library Technician Role Description

Application Process

Please submit your application before 4 pm on 2/12/22. You are welcome to email me, Mr. Mark Gibson, principal@shmildura.catholic.edu.au   

Applications must be made in writing and include:

  • Application Form (including two professional referees),
  • Application letter addressing interest in the role and any experience relating to the Key Selection Criteria,
  • Personal resume (optional).     

To discuss this opportunity further, please contact:

Mr. Mark Gibson, Principal on 5023 1204 or via email principal@shmildura.catholic.edu.au   

Applications close: Friday 2nd December at 9am

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