When positions become available they may be advertised in the Saturday Age, Seek.com.au and through CEVN.
Teachers interested in short term replacement positions or casual relief teaching (CRT) are invited to submit their curriculum vitae and a brief letter of introduction to the Deputy Principal.
The following documents should be read before applying for Employment at Mercy College (click to view);
Appointees are expected to show understanding of and commitment to the Catholic ethos of the College. This school community is committed to the safety, wellbeing and protection of all children in our care.
School Psychologist Commencing Term 3, 2020
Mercy College is a Catholic Secondary College for young women conducted in the Mercy tradition of compassion and caring for students and their families.
We are seeking a School Psychologist available to commence during Term 3. This is a full time, ongoing position.
The School Psychologist provides confidential individual and group counselling intervention to students, and also works proactively with the student body to promote mental health awareness and psychoeducation. The School Psychologist also provides advice and assistance to teaching staff in developing strategies for working with students to help students academically, socially, behaviourally and emotionally.
Appointees are expected to show understanding of and commitment to the Catholic ethos of the College. Mercy College is committed to creating and maintaining a child safe environment in which students feel safe and are safe. A condition of employment is that teachers are deemed to be suitable to work with children.
Applications are due no later than 12pm Tuesday 9 June and will be processed upon receipt.
Please provide a letter of application and a current CV, as well as the application form – non-teaching available from the College website to: email@example.com