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Catholic Education in the Diocese of Sale is a vital expression of the mission of the Church and is owned and operated by Diocese of Sale Catholic Education Limited (DOSCEL).

The Diocese covers thirty-eight primary and seven secondary schools from Cranbourne and Narre Warren in the west of the Diocese, to Wonthaggi in the south and Orbost in the east. Through the partnership of schools with families, parishes, religious institutes and DOSCEL, our schools play a leading role in nurturing the faith of children and youth and developing their intellectual, physical, emotional and social knowledge, skills and attributes.

Principal - St Joseph's Primary School, Korumburra

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St Joseph's Primary School – Korumburra

Current Enrolment: 99 (February 2021)

Classification: Principal Level 2 (1-199 students)

Commencement Date: Term 1, 2022 (for a period of eight years)


St Joseph’s Primary School, Korumburra is proud of its rich Catholic heritage, founded by the Good Samaritan Sisters in 1914. The school actively seeks to develop a sense of belonging between the school, parish and wider community.

St Joseph’s Primary School provides educational programs which cater for the faith, academic, social and emotional needs of all students in a contemporary learning environment. The school is a vibrant and engaging learning community where each person feels a sense of worth and belonging. At St Joseph’s all children are known, challenged and supported by expert teachers who support all students to high quality outcomes and the achievement of their aspirations and their goals.


St Joseph’s Primary School is seeking a Principal who is committed to delivering a high-quality Catholic education with a focus on:

  • Catholic Identity and Religious Education

  • Expert Teacher Practice and Improved Student Learning Outcomes

  • Leadership for Learning

  • Child Safety


For a detailed Principal Application Package please contact:

Mr Richard Wans

Manager: Leadership and Professional Culture

Email: rwans@doscel.catholic.edu.au


Closing date for applications: Wednesday, 27 October 2021

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DOSCEL is a child safe organisation. Schools in the Diocese of Sale are committed to promoting the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all children.

Education Officer: Catholic Identity and Religious Education (F-12)

Permanent, full-time role based in historic Sion House in Warragul, a short walk from the Warragul Railway Station and a commutable distance from Melbourne. Flexible working arrangements, including working from home arrangements available.


Join a not-for-profit organisation and meaningfully contribute to excellence in the education of children and young people.

Extremely competitive base salary of $108,160 per annum.

Numerous other benefits, including salary packaging, flexible workplace and working from home arrangements.


About Us

Diocese of Sale Catholic Education Limited (DOSCEL) manages and operates 38 primary schools and 7 secondary schools in the Diocese of Sale. Catholic education in the Diocese is a vital expression of the mission of the Church. Our aim is to deliver the highest quality educational opportunities and outcomes for every student in every school in the Diocese.


At DOSCEL, you will enjoy a compassionate and supportive workplace, where you will be genuinely valued and respected as a person. With this and our friendly and collegial culture, you will feel a sense of real belonging, which will motivate you to perform your best work. The rewarding nature of the work and the opportunities for both personal and professional growth will ensure that you remain stimulated and engaged in your role.


About the Role

DOSCEL is seeking an Education Officer: Catholic Identity and Religious Education (F-12) who is passionate about working for continuous improvement in Catholic Identity in schools.


Reporting to the Director of Catholic Education through the Deputy Director and the Manager: Catholic Identity and Religious Education, as the Education Officer: Catholic Identity and Religious Education (F-12), you will contribute to: building and strengthening schools’ Catholic Identity; the implementation of a high quality Religious Education Program; building the instructional capacity of principals and school leaders; and supporting schools in ensuring leaders and teachers are appropriately qualified and accredited.


About You

As the Education Officer: Catholic Identity and Religious Education (F-12), you will demonstrate the key selection criteria outlined in the Position Description, including but not limited to:

A deep understanding of and commitment to Catholic Education as a mission of the Catholic Church in Australia.

A commitment to and understanding of child protection and child safety issues in schools.

Expert knowledge in the area of Catholic Identity and Religious Education.

Advanced skills in the development and application of innovative Religious Education learning and teaching strategies.

The ability to facilitate professional learning in the areas of Catholic Identity and Religious Education.

A highly developed capacity to work with leadership to support schools to identify and address areas for improvement in the context of Catholic Identity and Religious Education.

The ability to analyse and interpret Enhancing Catholic School Identity (ECSI) data sets that may support school improvement and strategic planning.

Well-developed interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to work effectively in a team environment.


How to Apply

For further information regarding this exciting opportunity, please forward your queries to Industrial Relations/Human Resources via email hr@doscel.catholic.edu.au

For a copy of the position description and to apply, please see below documentation. Applications must include a completed Cover Letter, Application Form, current resume and response to the key selection criteria outlined in the position description.

Full Advertisement

Position Description

Instructions for Applicants

Application for Employment

DOSCEL A Statement of Principles Regarding Catholic Education

DOSCEL Child Protection and Safety Policy

DOSCEL Code of Conduct


Applications close on Wednesday 20 October 2021 at 4.00 pm.


DOSCEL is an equal opportunity employer. We value a diverse and inclusive workplace and welcome applications from all qualified people. When required, we make reasonable adjustments to accommodate our people.

DOSCEL is a child safe organisation. We require successful applicants to obtain and maintain satisfactory National Police Certificates and Employee Working with Children Checks or Victorian Institute of Teaching registrations.


Principal - Lavalla Catholic College, Traralgon

The National Director of Marist Schools Australia, Dr Frank Malloy, invites suitably qualified applicants for the position of Principal, Lavalla Catholic College Traralgon.

Educating young women and men in the Marist tradition from Years 7 to 12, the College has a current enrolment of 1180 students. Situated on two campuses, the College enjoys a high profile in the beautiful Gippsland region of Victoria and is renowned as a welcoming and inclusive community with an unfailing commitment to the personalised educational development and spiritual formation of each student.

Applicants are to be outstanding Catholic educators with a proven record of highly successful school leadership. Demonstrated efficacy is essential in: leading a vibrant, prayerful faith community in which Jesus is known and loved; consistently manifesting a strong educational vision in a manner that engages the whole school community; promoting informed and contemporary understandings of innovative approaches to engaging pedagogy; and establishing processes to drive continuous improvement in learning and teaching.

Applications close 5.00pm on Monday 25 October 2021

For an Application Package or more information, contact Ms Patricia Bergin, Consultant, Energy Force: patricia.bergin@energyforce.com.au


Education Officer: Inclusive Education - English Additional Language (EAL)

Permanent, full-time role based in historic Sion House in Warragul, a short walk from the Warragul Railway Station and a commutable distance from Melbourne. Flexible working arrangements, including working from home arrangements available.

Join a not-for-profit organisation and meaningfully contribute to excellence in the education of children and young people.

Extremely competitive salary in the range of $108,160 to $126,695 per annum.

Numerous other benefits, including salary packaging, flexible workplace and working from home arrangements.


About Us

Diocese of Sale Catholic Education Limited (DOSCEL) manages and operates 38 primary schools and 7 secondary schools in the Diocese of Sale. Catholic education in the Diocese is a vital expression of the mission of the Church. Our aim is to deliver the highest quality educational opportunities and outcomes for every student in every school in the Diocese.

At DOSCEL, you will enjoy a compassionate and supportive workplace, where you will be genuinely valued and respected as a person. With this, and our friendly and collegial culture, you will feel a sense of real belonging, which will motivate you to perform your best work. The rewarding nature of the work and the opportunities for both personal and professional growth will ensure that you remain stimulated and engaged in your role.


About the Role

DOSCEL is seeking an Education Officer: Inclusive Education – English Additional Language (EAL) who is passionate about working for continuous improvement in English as an Additional Language.

Reporting to the Director of Catholic Education through the Deputy Director: Catholic Identity, Leadership, Learning and Teaching, and Manager: Learning and Teaching, you will contribute to improving the outcomes of EAL students in all schools in the Diocese of Sale through building the capacity of leaders and teachers for expert instructional leader and teacher practice in EAL.


About You

As the Education Officer: Inclusive Education – English Additional Language (EAL), you will demonstrate the key selection criteria outlined in the Position Description, including but not limited to:

A commitment to the ethos, values and mission of Catholic education.

A commitment to and understanding of child protection and child safety issues in schools.

Expert knowledge in the areas of:

  • English as an Additional Language

  • Inclusive Environments and cultures within schools.

Advanced skills in the development and application of innovative learning and teaching strategies to support EAL learners.

The ability to facilitate professional learning that supports teachers to accelerate growth in students learning.

A highly developed capacity to work with leadership to support schools to identify and address areas for improvement in EAL practice across the school site.

Well-developed interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to work effectively in a team environment.


How to Apply

For further information regarding this exciting opportunity, please forward your queries to Industrial Relations/Human Resources via email hr@doscel.catholic.edu.au

For a copy of the position description and to apply, please see below documentation. Applications must include a completed Cover Letter, Application Form, current resume and response to the key selection criteria outlined in the position description.


Full Advertisement

Position Description

Instructions for Applicants

Application for Employment

DOSCEL A Statement of Principles Regarding Catholic Education

DOSCEL Child Protection and Safety Policy

DOSCEL Code of Conduct


Applications close on Wednesday 3 November 2021 at 4.00 pm.


DOSCEL is an equal opportunity employer. We value a diverse and inclusive workplace and welcome applications from all qualified people. When required, we make reasonable adjustments to accommodate our people.


DOSCEL is a child safe organisation. We require successful applicants to obtain and maintain satisfactory National Police Certificates and Employee Working with Children Checks or Victorian Institute of Teaching registrations.