Employment at St Aloysius' College

The quality relationship between the student and teacher is fundamental to teaching and learning at St Aloysius’. The College provides an environment that encourages and nurtures the development of both staff and students, and seeks dynamic, high quality and dedicated teachers and support staff, committed individuals who support the Ignatian vision of education which seeks to form young men for others, educated in Jesuit principles, academically sound, with a rounded social and physical development.

Each one of our employees is valued by the College as it is their knowledge, commitment and service that ensures the College succeeds in its mission.

Staff have access to a range of benefits which include:

  • Opportunities for personalised professional learning;
  • Collaborative Learning Enquiry Teams;
  • Mentoring and support towards Teacher Accreditation;
  • Post graduate study support;
  • Health and wellbeing programs supporting physical, social and spiritual wellbeing;
  • Employee Assistance Program;
  • Salary packaging options;
  • Voluntary superannuation contributions;
  • Superannuation and financial planning seminars;
  • Central location with good transport options.

The St Aloysius’ teaching staff are a professional, experienced and talented team with a commitment to the creation of exciting and rigorous learning opportunities for the individual development and motivation of each student.

With each position, the College seeks to appoint a passionate and dedicated teacher with expertise in their relevant discipline. Successful applicants will be dynamic classroom teachers able to actively engage boys in their learning. The ability to work collaboratively in respective faculty areas is also essential.

The College seeks the following attributes of its teaching staff:

  • Commitment to the Catholic and Jesuit ethos and values:
  • Dynamic and creative problem solver;
  • Knowledge and skills which equip them to flourish as outstanding educators;
  • ICT literacy;
  • Capacity to contribute to the College's co-curricular and pastoral programs;
  • Outstanding communication skills;
  • Generosity of spirit and genuine commitment to supporting students in the achievement of their potential.