Employment at St Aloysius College is subject to the following requirements:

Staff at St Aloysius College belong to a close-knit community and passionate team committed to student-centred learning and collaborative practice.

Applicants for teaching positions must hold current registration with the Victorian Institute of Teaching. Other staff (non-academic staff, including sessional music staff, sports coaches and other casuals) must hold, or be prepared to undergo, a Working with Children Clearance and/or a National Police Record Check. St Aloysius College is a Child Safe School. We commit to ensuring the safety and wellbeing of the children and young people in our care.

All applicants should review the below documentation:

What our staff say...

Having recently joined the St Aloysius College community after fifteen years in education and across four schools, I have been amazed at the vibrancy and collegiality of the College community as it embarks on its bold new direction towards co-education. Working at St Aloysius College is highly rewarding. The leadership team of the school has a clear vision, purpose and plan for the future which, for me, this makes it an employer of choice and a fantastic place to work. Being a Mercy school, the College values are lived each day in the important work that all staff members have in forming our students to become people of integrity, compassion, courage and faith within the Mercy charism. Ad Altiora.
Tom Crowle
I joined the staff here at St Aloysius at the beginning of the 2023. The highlight for me is the warmth and goodwill of both the staff and students. I have felt accepted and appreciated since the very first day. The business of teaching and learning does not prevent people from generous, welcoming behaviour. I am very happy to have made the move to St Aloysius.
Adam Valladares
St Aloysius College is a vibrant and inclusive community which fosters a culture of excellence and innovation. I value working alongside supportive colleagues and being in an environment with ample professional growth and development opportunities. I have thoroughly enjoyed the dynamic and fulfilling career prospects here within this high-performing environment.
Kareena Martis
As I reflect on my time as a teacher at St Aloysius College, I am filled with immense gratitude for the rewarding opportunities this school has provided me. I have had the privilege of attending numerous professional development sessions, allowing me to strengthen my teaching repertoire with the latest pedagogical advancements. I enjoy working at St Aloysius because of the unwavering support and collaborative culture, where diversity, levels of experience and growth of teachers is embraced. The teaching and learning environment are supported through the wide range of facilities and resources that the College has to offer, fostering an atmosphere that celebrates success and achievement for students and staff. This also encompasses a collective vision of demonstrating the Mercy Values of Courage, Compassion, Justice, Hospitality, Respect and Service and walking in the steps of Catherine McAuley.
Emma Turner
What I get from working at St Aloysius is a wonderful sense of community. Whilst the school is expanding, as a staff member, I still get that great sense of camaraderie here, with everyone working with best interests of the students in mind. The transition to co-ed has been a great success and I am lucky enough to have witnessed this through the coaching opportunities I have with both the Year 7 Boys' and Year 7 Girls' ACS Soccer Teams – it’s amazing to see how talented and passionate both teams are, showing how much they love the school, really showing where the school is heading. As a new staff member, to already feel like I fit in, means the world to me.
Stefan Odachowski
It has been a great pleasure teaching our dedicated students Mathematics at St Aloysius College. Seeing them trying their personal best and striving is the biggest reward as a teaching member at the college. I feel fortunate to work among incredible colleagues who want to collaborate and are always looking to learn and grow as educators. Being able to teach with and from your peers is an invaluable opportunity. As a leading teacher, I am supported by the senior leadership in taking varies professional development opportunities, for which enhanced my own teaching pedagogy enormously.
Cynne Yang
Since arriving at St Aloysius College almost 12 months ago, I have been lucky enough to experience the close relationships teachers have with each other and their students. I enjoy the professional discourse around pedagogy, High Impact Teaching Strategies (HITS) and thinking of new ways to provide an innovative and challenging curriculum to our students. Holistic discussion at Learning Leader level and above, is very refreshing and provides new and exciting ways to evolve the product St Aloysius College can provide in the future. One of my personal highlights so far, is being accepted onto the Teaching Excellence Program (TEP) created by the Victorian Academy of Teaching and Leadership.
Through this program, teachers are expected to analyse their practice, based on dispositions to deepen content and pedagogical content knowledge in and across the key discipline areas. We are able to access and complete contemporary, evidence-informed research and apply this learning to our students’ learning needs. We are supported by Supported by a team of Master Teachers-in-Residence and work with national and international expert educators in a diverse range of learning activities, including Conference Days, Discipline Days, Teaching Excellence Learning Community (TELC) Days. I thank Principal Mary Farah for her support and encouragement to apply and participate in this course and to Chris Needle Director of Learning 7-9 and Alize Bourgault Teacher of French for their professional dialogue as they completed the program 2022.
Mark Smith

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