Employment

Kilbreda College has been named as an Employer of Choice for 2024

Kilbreda College has once again been awarded a 5-Star Employer of Choice Award by The Educator, recognising our commitment towards creating a positive and inspiring workplace for all our staff.

Our highly skilled and dedicated teaching and support staff create and enjoy a vibrant and supportive environment and are committed to providing an innovative, future focused and inclusive educational experience for all students.

Kilbreda College offers:

  • A welcoming, contemporary and resource-rich environment
  • Many opportunities for teachers to collaborate, share and develop their practice
  • Extensive professional learning opportunities
  • Opportunities for internal career progression
  • Employee Assistance Program – a complimentary wellbeing program, including confidential counselling and career coaching.

Kilbreda College is one of only three Catholic secondary schools in Victoria to be named as an Employer of Choice. To find out more about our Employer of Choice Award please click HERE.

We hold the care, safety and wellbeing of young people as a central and fundamental responsibility. All employees will be expected to read, sign and commit to our Child Safety Code of Conduct when commencing their employment.


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Casual Relief Teachers (CRTs)

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Applying for a Role at Kilbreda College

All staff at Kilbreda College have an essential role to play. It is expected that all staff:

• Demonstrate alignment and support for the Catholic, Kildare Ministries and Brigidine ethos of the College
• Support and enact the Vision, Mission and Values of the College
• Demonstrate duty of care to students in relation to their physical and mental wellbeing
• Be well informed and comply with the College’s obligations in relation to Child Safe Standards and processes for reporting suspected abuse
• Be familiar with and comply with all College policies and procedures
• Contribute to the best possible educational outcomes for all students, enhance the community’s strengths and ensure careful stewardship of the College’s resources.
• In relation to teachers, comply with the Accreditation Policy of the Victorian College of Education (VCEA) to teach in a Catholic school, and other VCEA policies, and uphold the professional standards expected of a teacher
• In teaching positions, they be qualified as required by state authorities and hold a current VIT Registration
• In non-teaching positions, hold a current Police Check and Working with Children Check

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