Working at SFX

St Francis Xavier College seeks to employ experienced and enthusiastic staff with courageous and innovative approaches to provide authentic learning and leadership based on the values of the Gospel.

It is expected that you will accept the basic requirements of the school as conditional to your employment at our College. These include:

  • acceptance and support of the Catholic educational philosophy of the school;
  • development and maintenance of an adequate understanding of those aspects of the Catholic teaching that touch upon your areas;
  • by teaching and personal example strive to help students to understand, accept and appreciate Catholic teaching and values;
  • avoid, whether by word, action of known lifestyle, influence upon students that is contrary to the teaching and values of the Church community in whose name you will act;
  • be committed to regular on-going professional development;
  • have and will continue to have the qualifications and registration required by state authorities (i.e. Victorian Institute of Teaching);
  • agree to attend staff meetings as required, and
  • comply with College’s Staff Dress Code.

St Francis Xavier College is an Equal Opportunity employer.

Staff appointed to our College are covered by the Victorian Catholic Schools and Catholic Education Offices Award and may, during their term of employment, be required to work at either the Berwick, Beaconsfield or Officer Campus.   It is a requirement of the College to undertake a National Police Check and/or a Working with Children Check for all successful applicants prior to employment.

SFX Job Applicant Collection Notice 2016

SFX Contractor Volunteer Collection Notice 2016

CECV Commitment Statement to Child Safety 

Positions Vacant

Positions of Leadership


  • Head of House Team Leader – Officer Campus (Combined POL 3), 2018 – 2019

Role Description – Head of House Team Leader

  • Religious Education Coordinator – Berwick Campus (POL 2), 2018 – 2020

Role Description – Religious Education Coordinator

  • Learning Enhancement Coordinator – Officer Campus (POL 2), 2018 – 2019

Role Description – Learning Enhancement Coordinator

  • eLearning Coordinator – Beaconsfield Campus (POL 2), 2018 – 2019

Role Description – eLearning Coordinator

  • Head of House – Beaconsfield, Berwick & Officer Campuses (POL 2), 2018 – 2019

Role Description – Head of House

  • Learning Culture Leader – Berwick & Beaconsfield Campuses (POL 2), 2018 – 2019

Role Description – Learning Culture Leader – Beaconsfield and Berwick

  • Curriculum Leader – Officer & Beaconsfield Campuses (POL 1), 2018 – 2019

Role Description – Curriculum Leader

  • Sport and Recreation Coordinator – Berwick Campus (POL 1), 2018 – 2019

Role Description – Sport and Recreation Coordinator

Teaching Positions

Full-time and part-time ongoing teaching positions are available for 2018 for teachers with a combination of the following methods:

  • Years 7 – 12 Religious Education
  • Years 7 – 12 English
  • Years 7 – 12 Food Technology/Studies
  • Years 7 – 12 Japanese
  • VCE Computing Informatics
  • VCE Computing Software Development
  • VCE Mathematical Methods
  • VCE Psychology
  • VCE Specialist Mathematics
  • Certificate III Digital and Media Technology
  • Years 7 – 10 Digital Technology
  • Years 7 – 10 Health and Physical Education
  • Years 7 – 10 Humanities
  • Years 7 – 10 Mathematics
  • Years 7 – 10 Music
  • Years 7 – 10 Science
  • Years 7 – 10 Visual Art

Role Description Teaching Positions

Application Details

Please complete the below application form and submit it with your CV and cover letter addressed to:

The Principal, Vincent Feeney, and forward to

Applications for Positions of Leadership

If applying for a position of leadership, please include the following in your cover letter (1-2 pages):

  • Your view on what is distinctive about the nature of leading in a Catholic school
  • A description of your approach to leadership
  • How it is that you possess the skills, experience and qualifications to perform the leadership role to improve student achievement

Applications for teaching positions

Please be mindful to include in your cover letter (1-2 pages) how it is that you meet the following criteria:

  • Possess the skills, experience and qualifications to perform the role to improve student achievement
  • Ability to follow Child Safety requirements
  • Ability to contribute to the Catholic identity of the College
  • Ability to teach Religious Education
  • Ability to design and facilitate a highly differentiated learning program for students
  • Ability to implement the Positive Learning Partnerships Program of the College (outline attached)
  • Ability to support and realise the positive education culture of the College
  • Potential for future leadership

Application Form Teaching Positions 2018

Positive Learning Partnerships

Applications close: Monday 28 August 2017 at 4.00pm






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