Working with Catholic Education
Interested in being part of the team?
Catholic Education, Diocese of Rockhampton, is a large, dynamic and growing organisation with a current enrolment of approximately 16,000 students and a staff of approximately 3,400 in Kindergartens, Early Learning Centres, 31 Catholic Primary Schools and 8 Catholic Secondary Colleges. Catholic Education in the Diocese of Rockhampton serves communities from Bundaberg in the south to Mackay in the north and west to Longreach.
With a vibrant working environment, we provide excellent benefits for staff including professional and career development opportunities that build personal and organisational capability. We celebrate diversity in our workforce, and value the knowledge and skills that a diverse range of employees bring to the workplace. Our staff are recognised as being central to achieving our mission and we have an emphasis on caring and supporting teachers in both their vocation in working with students and other aspects of their lives.
We look forward to receiving your application and are sure that you will find a career with Catholic Education in the Diocese of Rockhampton very rewarding.
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Information for teachers
Anyone who wishes to teach in Queensland schools must be registered with the Queensland College of Teachers. Registration ensures that a high standard of preparation, conduct and practice is upheld. Standards which must be met relate to qualifications and suitability to teach. To satisfy the requirements of the Education (Teacher Registration) Act 1988, criminal record checks are conducted on all applicants prior to admission to the QCT Register. Further information can be found at www.qct.edu.au
Appointment of Staff
All Principals and Teachers are appointed by the Diocesan Director of Catholic Education. Secondary Colleges recruit their own teaching staff. Applications for these positions should be made directly to the college of your choice. Non-teaching positions in Catholic schools are appointed by the school Principal who is delegated this authority.
Working with Children Check (Blue Card)
Information for non-teachers
All new employees, other than registered teachers, cannot commence their duties in a Catholic school in the Diocese of Rockhampton until they are issued with or have applied for a Blue Card. As Blue Cards are issued to individuals and are transferable between employers, employees are responsible for paying the application fee. Further information can be found at www.qfcc.qld.gov.au
Catholic Education is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to best practice in student protection policies and procedures.