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Employment

Our Lady of Sion College adheres to the Statement of Principles regarding Catholic Education as set out by Catholic Education Melbourne. All staff in a Catholic school have a vital role to play in supporting the full flourishing of students.

It is expected of all employed in a Catholic school that they:

  • accept and support the Catholic education philosophy of the school
  • develop and maintain an adequate understanding of those aspects of Catholic teaching that touch upon their subject areas and other aspects of their work
  • strive to help students to understand, accept and appreciate Catholic teaching and values, through their teaching and other work, and by personal example
  • avoid, through word, action or lifestyle, influence upon students that is contrary to the teaching and values of the Church community in whose name they act
  • be committed to regular on-going professional development
  • have and maintain any qualifications required for their employment.

All staff of Our Lady of Sion College are expected to:

  • actively co-operate with members of the Sion College community to create an atmosphere, structures and curriculum which enact the special charism of Our Lady of Sion College
  • implement the aims of Our Lady of Sion College
  • strive to help students to understand, accept and appreciate Catholic teaching and values, through their teaching and other work and by personal example
  • be committed to the shared Vision of the College as contained in the College Handbook.
  • understand and support the College’s Learning and Teaching Charter
  • act proactively in ensuring the highest standards of Child Safety are met and maintained.

Our Lady of Sion College is a child safe employer and promotes the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all students. All potential employees and volunteers will be required to comply with the School's Child Safety Policy and Code of Conduct. Applicants will be required to provide a current Working With Children Check and National Criminal History Check.

To view our Staff Recruitment Policy, please click here.

If you have any questions about employment at Our Lady of Sion College, please contact HR@sion.catholic.edu.au

Vacancies:

Our Lady of Sion College, located in the heart of Box Hill, is a Catholic College for girls that holds a deep commitment to nurturing both academic excellence and the spiritual growth of our students. Inspired by the teachings of the Church and the Sisters of Our Lady of Sion, we encourage our students to know God, inherit the traditions of the Church, and actively seek to transform the world.

Teaching

There currently are no teaching vacancies.

Casual Relief Teachers (CRT's)

Our Lady of Sion College regularly engages Casual Relief Teachers (CRT’s) to support the day to day operations of the College.

If you are a qualified, VIT registered teacher and would like to be considered for casual relief teaching at the College, please complete the Application for Employment form and email it with a copy of your current resume, VIT card and qualifications/ academic transcripts to HR@sion.catholic.edu.au.

Non Teaching

College Receptionist  

Our Lady of Sion College, located in the heart of Box Hill, is a Catholic College for girls that holds a deep commitment to nurturing both academic excellence and the spiritual growth of our students.  Inspired by the teachings of the Church and the Sisters of Our Lady of Sion, we encourage our students to know God, inherit the traditions of the Church, and actively seek to transform the world.

Position Overview:

We seek a suitably experienced College Receptionist, preferably within an education setting, for this part time (0.8 FTE), fixed term position until 13 December 2024. This position attracts one week of paid school holidays each term. A current Working with Children Check card and a police check are requirements for this role.

For further information regarding this position, please see the attached Role Description

Application Instructions:

Applicants are required to:

Please email your application to hr@sion.catholic.edu.au

Applications close Monday, 24 June 2024 at 9.00 am.

Our Lady of Sion College promotes the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all students.