Employment

Catholic College Sale is a co-educational Secondary College for Years 7 to 12. The College is located on two Campuses with an enrolment of 850 students in 2020. Built on the Marist and Sion traditions, the College provides a comprehensive curriculum which challenges students at all educational levels and desired pathways. A strong pastoral system supports students, families and staff, ensuring each member of the Community has an opportunity to reach their full potential, in a faith-filled environment. Sale is located two hours east of Melbourne in rich farmland with ocean, lakes and mountains in close proximity.

In anticipation of the 2021 amalgamation on to one campus the College has undertaken a full Position Of Leadership (POL) review. The review has established a number of new positions for which we invite both internal and external applicants.

If you are interested in applying please complete a covering letter addressing any previous experience as outlined in the relevant role description. Please also complete a covering letter and the application form together with a copy of your curriculum vitae and your Victorian Institute of Teaching Registration and forward to principal@ccsale.catholic.edu.au or PO Box 594, Sale 3850.

Application Form

Role Description: Teacher

Vacancies: POL 4

Role Description: CCS Director of Engagement Years 7 -9 (POL 4)

Role Description: CCS Director of Engagement Years 10 - 12 (POL 4)

Role Description: CCS Director of Senior Studies (POL 4)

Vacancies: POL 3

Role Description: CCS Leader of Innovation Coach (POL 3)

Role Description: CCS Leader of Teacher Development Coach (POL 3)

Role Description: CCS College Timetabler (POL 3)

Role Description: CCS Leader of College Operations (POL 3)

Role Description: CCS House Leader (POL 3)

Role Description: CCS Learning Area Leader (POL 1 - 3)

Vacancies: POL 2 & 1

Role Description: CCS Learning Adjustment Leader (POL 2)

Role Description: CCS Year 9 Community Project Coordinator (POL 1)

Role Description: CCS Coordinator of Whole School Approach to Supporting Positive Student Behaviour and Personal Development (POL 1)