Career Opportunities

Advertising career opportunities on our website is complimentary for Alliance members. Please CLICK HERE to submit a job description. It may take up to 48 hours for your ad to appear live on the website.

Roles are listed in order of application closing date.

Featured role opportunity 

Each month from February to November the Alliance is has an opportunity for you to feature your chosen role in our members digital newsletter allowing you to reach each our entire membership across 185 girls’ schools.

For just $99 (AUD inc GST) for members and $200 (AUD inc GST) for non members you can secure this position.

Contact us at [email protected] if you would like to showcase your career opportunity in our newsletter, or if you are not a member and would like to list a role on this page.

The College is seeking mature, positive and proactive individuals to join the College as Assistant Head of Year (Boarding) on a permanent, part-time basis. Three roles are available working 30 hours per week for 40 weeks per year (term time plus 2 weeks).

The Assistant Head of Year (Boarding) is responsible for providing support for the operational aspects of the Boarding House , ensuring that students are safe and supported in a strong and caring environment. The successful candidate will be assigned to a specific year group and will work collaboratively with the Head of Year (Boarding) and the leadership team. There is also the requirement to sleep overnight in the Boarding House while on duty.

Responsibilities of the position include:
• Provide exemplary care to facilitate the holistic wellbeing of Boarders
• Effective administrative support to Head of Year (Boarding) in running a Boarding House.
• Develop positive and productive relationships with Boarders and their families.

Applications close 3.00 pm Monday 24 January 

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Presbyterian Ladies’ College (PLC) Melbourne is a leading ELC-Year 12 Christian independent school for girls offering both the VCE and International Baccalaureate.

PLC has an outstanding academic tradition, an international focus and strong pastoral and co-curricular programs focusing on encouraging leadership, service and life-long personal development and learning.

The Role

PLC invites applications from qualified, passionate and proficient English Teachers, for a fixed-term, part-time opportunity (0.4 – 0.6 FTE).

This position is for Term 1 and 2 2022, however this may be extended.

Teaching across Years 7-9 and with a possible Year 11 VCE class, the incumbent will work closely with an accomplished, highly collaborative team of educators who are focused on creative, reflective development of curriculum and outcomes for our students.

About You

You will be an experienced English teacher who thrives working in a collaborative, high performing, forward-thinking school culture.

High quality graduate applications will also be considered.

The English Teacher will have excellent knowledge of current practice through AITSL standards, and the ability to teach the subject creatively and with academic rigour.

In your teaching and learning practice, you will encourage a culture of success and enjoyment of learning, and be committed to ensuring each student has access to a positive and enriching educational experience. Outstanding classroom teaching skills and the capacity to set challenging and achievable learning goals for your students will be critical to your success in the role.

All staff must commit to a culture that supports and embraces Child Safe Standards. The successful applicant will be required to hold and maintain a valid Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT) registration.

Position Description

Download the complete job description from plc.vic.edu.au/about/employment

How To Apply

Download and complete the application form Application for Employment from the PLC website
Prepare a comprehensive letter outlining your suitability for the role, as well as your resume and university transcripts
Email all of these documents to the Principal at [email protected]
Applications close 9am, Friday 21 January 2022

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The College is seeking an experienced Religion and Ethics Teacher to join our progressive learning environment on a temporary (maternity leave cover), full-time basis. This role is to commence from 2 February 2022 – Term 2, 2023.

You will:
• Be a suitably qualified teacher of Religion and Ethics and Stage 4 History
• Have an understanding of the importance of spiritual/religious growth and critical reflection
• Be a positive and collaborative contributor to a successful department committed to improving educational outcomes
• Be confident in differentiating the curriculum in the classroom
• Have a strong understanding of the application of technology to enhance learning
• Be a reflective professional engaged in ongoing development and research in relation to your practice
• Be committed to supporting student wellbeing.

Applications close 3.00 pm Friday 21 January 

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Part time position (0.6 FTE) contract for Semester One
Term 1, 2022 start
Experience in teaching in Senior School library setting and IB desirable
Supportive department and commitment to Professional Development

We are seeking an enthusiastic, talented teacher to join our Library Team.

Preference will be given to applicants with qualifications and experience in successfully teaching in a senior school library setting. Knowledge of the IB Diploma would be an advantage.

All applications must include a current Working With Children Check, three references (two professional), covering letter and an up to date curriculum vitae.

Applications close 24 January 2022

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Full or part time role
Starting Term 1, 2022
Collaborative team with Professional development opportunities

The Learning Enrichment Teacher will:

Contribute to the care and wellbeing of Secondary School students with diverse needs
Be an accomplished classroom practitioner and encourage each student to reach their full potential
Assist and collaborate to develop, implement and evaluate Individual Educational Plans and other appropriate programs to support academic and behavioural needs of students with diverse needs.
Collaborate with teachers, parents and other professionals to meet the diverse needs of each student.

All applications should have a current Working With Children Check, three references (two professional), a covering letter and an up to date curriculum vitae.

Applications close 24 January 2022

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The College is seeking casual Drama Coaches to join the Co-Curricular Performing Arts program, leading students from Years 5 – 11 from Term 1, 2022.

Casual Drama Coaches primarily focus on our Drama Festival team classes, which encompass co-curricular students who work on performances for external festivals and competitions, as well as end of year showcases. This involves after school lessons throughout the year, taking place from 3.30pm – 5.00pm on various afternoons.

Casual Drama Coaches also instruct lessons/workshops and are also responsible for leading our students in the creation of both devised and scripted works for performance.

Applications close 3.00pm Friday 28 January 2022

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Part-time position (0.8 FTE) to start in Term 1, 2022

  • Teaching expertise in Timberwork, textiles, technology and excellent IT skills
  • Supportive department and commitment to Professional Development

Every classroom teacher at Kambala has a responsibility to espouse the School’s Vision and Values in and out of the classroom and, in partnership with their Head of Department and Director of Curriculum, to deliver the academic programs to ensure Kambala is a high functioning, high performing School, with our students’ individual success at the centre of our professionalism. The role of Classroom Teacher is central to the holistic development of all students and every teacher’s involvement in the academic, well being, co-curricular activities plays a vital role in the development of The Whole Girl.

All applications must include a current Working With Children Check, three references (two professional), a covering letter and an up to date curriculum vitae.

Applications close 31 January 2022

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We are seeking a talented Latin teaching professional to join our Languages department.

To be successful in the role, you will be:

Experienced teaching Latin at junior levels (HSC/IB experience highly regarded)
Enthusiastic with a positive outlook
Committed to working as part of a team
A NESA accredited Teacher
Familiar with the Australian National Curriculum
Experienced with planning, assessment and reporting

Every classroom teacher at Kambala has a responsibility to espouse the School’s Vision and Values in and out of the classroom and, in partnership with their Head of Department and Director of Curriculum, to deliver the academic programs to ensure Kambala is a high functioning, high performing School, with our students’ individual success at the centre of our professionalism. The role of Classroom Teacher is central to the holistic development of all students and every teacher’s involvement in the academic, well being, co-curricular activities plays a vital role in the development of The Whole Girl.

Term 1, 2022 start date, 0.4 FTE, initial 12 month contract with possibility of permanency.

Applications close 31 January 2022

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Toorak College is seeking a dynamic and energetic individual who would like to join a school community that strives for excellence in what is considered a highly competitive independent school environment on the Mornington Peninsula.

At Toorak College we encourage our students to be bold in their thinking, be brave in their decisions and dream big and for our staff it is no different. This junior role offers the right candidate the opportunity for professional growth and exposure to a broad cross section of marketing and communications work within a small but agile, professional team.

Drawing on the experience and expertise of our Head of Marketing and Communications, our Marketing Assistant will support the Community Office in the delivery of a high quality marketing and communications service to the School and its key stakeholders.

The successful candidate will possess:

– Genuine interest and developing skills in marketing and communications, specifically in advertising and local area marketing, the digital, SEO and social media space and running creative marketing campaigns.
– Capacity to build high quality relationships that engender trust and respect with key stakeholders.
– Understanding of the key functionalities of CRM systems, with experience in Hubspot preferred but not necessary.
– Proficiency in content creation, specifically across digital channels including but not limited to the school’s blog.
– Genuine desire to contribute to a collaborative and professional team environment with a positive attitude, sense of humour and flexibility.
– Demonstrated ability to manage time and workload to multitask and achieve goals in a deadline driven environment while maintaining a strong attention to detail and accuracy.

Written applications should be directed to Mrs Kristy Kendall, Principal, include a covering letter, and the name and contact details of two confidential referees.

Applications close 31 January 2022 

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