Secondary boys college Est. in 1950



"If you want to teach young people, first you must love them and love them all equally" St Marcellin Champagnat

Employment opportunities

Lead With Us

Marcellin College staff are passionate about the education of our young men. They also share a commitment to the Marist and Catholic ethos. We seek to employ people who share these beliefs, are enthusiastic learners, prepared to think outside the box and can contribute positively and generously to the College.

We are proud of our positive, personalised learning culture which presents staff and students with wonderful opportunities for growth and success.

The College offers a wide range of co-curricular activities and seeks staff who can motivate and support our students. Staff share in the wider life of the College including attendance at official functions, interacting with students on the grounds, at sport, on camps and during community action.

Marcellin College offers a lively and rewarding environment, excellent facilities, professional development opportunities and a reputation for providing high quality education. Marcellin College is also an Equal Opportunity Employer.

To view current vacancies or to submit an application, please click the link below.

Child Protection Requirements

It is our policy that all applicants for child-connected work at Marcellin College are informed about the College’s child protection policies and practices prior to employment

Marcellin is committed to creating and maintaining a child safe environment in which students not only feel safe, but are safe.  A condition of employment is that staff are deemed to be a person suitable to work with children. Marcellin College has a Child Safe Policy and a Child Safe Code of Conduct. All staff at the College are subject to, and expected to comply with the aforementioned documents.

All applicants are required to read and understand these documents. A signed statement of understanding of these policies forms part of the application process. To read these documents, please click on their titles.

The College also undertakes a vigorous screening process of potential staff in order to meet Child Protection requirements. These may include (but not be limited to):

  • Relevant qualifications and registrations
  • Working with Children Check clearance
  • National Police Records Check
  • Personal identity verification and background check
  • Reference Checks
Application Requirements

Please ensure you read the advertisement and position description carefully. In preparing an application it is important you be able to demonstrate your ability to meet the position requirements and have a good understanding of the role.

Please ensure you read and confirm your understanding of the above Child Protection information.

Applications must include:

  • A completed Application Form
  • A Covering Letter
  • A resume
  • A separate statement addressing the Key Selection Criteria

For all employment enquiries please contact Human Resources via email at or by contacting the College on +61 3 9851 1589

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