Chisholm Catholic College is a co-educational secondary College located on Beaufort Street in Bedford, a short distance from central metropolitan Perth. It is part of the wider Catholic Education system of Western Australia, overseen by the Catholic Education Commission of Western Australia. With an enrolment of around 1750 students from Years 7 to 12, the College serves the surrounding community and Parishes and was established in 1989. An array of extensive educational programmes and opportunities, set among tremendous modern facilities, characterise this flourishing and vibrant educational community.
Applications for all advertised employment opportunities must include:
1. A covering letter
2. The appropriate Application Form
3. Supporting documentation (as required and stated in the position being advertised, including current Teacher Registration and Working with Children)
Enterprise Bargaining Agreements
The conditions and entitlements of staff working in Catholic schools are specified in the appropriate and current Enterprise Bargaining Agreement (EBA). These EBAs and further information may be sourced from the Catholic Education Office and their website “Employment” section.
Interest in RELIEF TEACHING:
CLICK HERE for a RELIEF TEACHER application form, if you wish to be considered for Relief Teaching at Chisholm. The completed form must be submitted with background teacher registration documentation as detailed on the form and a Curriculum Vitae. Please note – To ensure that we are compliant with registration requirements, applicants for Relief teaching are requested to re submit the application form and evidence of current registration documentation at the beginning of each new year.
A vacancy has emerged for the College Psychologist position to join two other team members in our College counselling team from the commencement of 2019.
This ongoing role seeks to complement this strong team in working across the large coeducational 7 to 12 secondary enrolment of Chisholm. Qualified, registered, psychologists with demonstrated strengths in working with adolescents and a clear passion in this field, should submit a covering letter and detailed CV addressed directly to the Principal at firstname.lastname@example.org by no later than Monday 3rd December. A role description is available upon request.
Some flexibility exists for the most suitable applicant in regard to the possibility of part time versus full time however a minimum of three days would apply.
Aboriginal Liaison Officer
Applications are being called to fill an ALO position from the beginning of 2019 as the College continues to enhance and develop its Transforming Lives strategy in Aboriginal Education.
Whilst the ALO role is currently 0.5 fte, consideration would be given to extending this to a full time role with a further 0.5 fte given over to Aboriginal Teaching Assistance with students, to a suitable, appropriate, applicant. The position currently works closely with the Deputy Principal – Community and pastoral team leaders in this growing role.
Interested applicants should seek to make contact directly with the Principal with covering letter and CV or source further information from Mr Norman Brahim or Ms Kylie Agale from within Aboriginal Education at Catholic Education Western Australia. Applications should be forwarded to email@example.com and be received by close of business, Monday 3rd December