SEDA College (Victoria) is an Independent Senior Secondary School and the leader of hands on education for Year 11 & 12 students. What sets us apart are our relationships with Australia’s leading sport, recreation, community and trade organisations.
SEDA College is proud of the level of engagement our staff have with the College. Our externally run staff engagement surveys show our staff have higher levels of engagement compared to the comparator groups. Our staff are passionate about providing an environment where every student can flourish and discover the place where ambition meets opportunity.
SEDA College encourages people from different backgrounds to apply, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and people with disability.
Please read the position description if you are interested in applying for any of the current vacancies listed on this site. Selection will be based on assessment against the key selection criteria.
What you need to do:
Your full application must be received by the specified closing date as late applications may not be accepted. SEDA College prefers to receive applications via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Acknowledgement: After you have submitted your application you will receive an automatic email advising you that your application has been received.
Interviews: The interview process may consist of a phone interview and one or two face to face interviews. Interviews usually involve a panel of three, including the hiring Manager. During the interview you will be asked a range of behavioural based questions where you will be able to demonstrate the skills and experience you have that qualifies you for the role. The interview process is also an opportunity for you to obtain a detailed understanding of the role and SEDA College.
Background Screening: Prior to any offers of employment, at least two references will be obtained from recent managers or supervisors. All non-teaching roles will also undergo police checks. In addition, all staff will be required to provide proof of identity and academic qualifications.
Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT) and Working with Children Checks (WWCC): All teaching staff must be registered with the Victorian Institute of Teaching. All non-teaching staff must hold either a current Working with Children Check or hold a current VIT registration. Applicants for Teaching positions must not be a disallowed person as per the 2018-19 Standard VET Funding Contract – Skills First Contract.
Unsuccessful Applicants: You will be advised if you are unsuccessful in your application and encouraged to apply again for any other role in the future in which you may be interested.