Whitefriars College aims to develop and maintain a staff that is committed to the ethos of the College, professional in its approach to teaching and learning, and is diverse in the range and scope of the skills and experiences it provides.
Our employment policy has been developed in the light of the Mission and Values Statement of Whitefriars College, in which we seek to live by and teach those values which the Catholic church upholds and to celebrate our Catholic identity in the Carmelite Tradition. The College seeks staff who will be supportive of our faith community and be involved in the celebration of that community. It promotes a spirit of mutual trust and respects the gifts of others. It honours the contributions which each individual makes to enriching the community. The College also values a diverse community in which the contribution of each individual is encouraged, valued and respected.
We endeavour to make being a staff member at Whitefriars College an enjoyable and rewarding experience. Staff are supported in their Professional Development through access to school-based and external PD opportunities. Financial support is available for staff who are involved in relevant further studies and we provide extensive access to technology through a subsidised Tablet Computer scheme.
Positions currently available at the College
We are currently seeking an Executive Assistant to the Principal commencing Term 1, 2019. Please click here for the Position Description. Applications close 4pm Friday 1 February.
We are also seeking teachers of the following subjects:
Casual Relief Teachers
Whitefriars College regularly needs Casual Relief Teachers to support the College program and welcomes expressions of interest from suitably qualified registered secondary teachers.
A commitment to the ethos of Catholic Schools is required. Applications should include the names of three referees and can be forwarded to firstname.lastname@example.org
“At Whitefriars College we were taught ‘believe in yourself – trust yourself and have the courage to be true to yourself’. It isn’t always easy, but wherever you are, you are not alone. There’s a place waiting for you to become who you are.”Mr Matthew Zammit – Disability Advocate and Bachelor of Nursing Student, LaTrobe University (Class of 1995)