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.
Communications and Marketing Officer:
A specialist Communications and Marketing Officer is being sought to fulfil a new role being established to commence in second semester 2017.
This specialised position will require that prospective applicants satisfy a number of essential and highly desirable criteria. The essential criteria include –
• recently attained University qualifications in Communications and Marketing
• a strong background and demonstrated connection to Catholic education
• demonstrated experience and high level skills in video production, editing and camera work
• examples of documentary or marketing production work surrounding historical and contemporary projects
Other desirable criteria in relation to a strong understanding of Catholic ethos and background in education; the ability to communicate well with varied community sectors and multicultural groups and a good understanding of community engagement and public relations.
Further details for this position are only available directly from the Principal via the Principal’s Executive Officer at email@example.com
Applications close 4pm Monday 20th March.