Mercedes College offers young women in Years 7-12 an outstanding Catholic education based on the Mercy values of compassion, justice, excellence, integrity and service. Established in 1846 by the Sisters of Mercy, the College continues the long and proud Mercy tradition of service to others and the pursuit of academic, cultural and sporting excellence.
The College currently employs 127 staff in diverse areas including teaching, administration, community relations and development, finance, grounds and maintenance, information and communications technology and technical support.
Mercedes College is a Catholic community committed to providing an environment in which students and staff can excel and achieve. Whether teaching or non-teaching, all staff have a major role to play in our mission to offer quality Catholic education and to live out the Mercy values.
Staff development is a significant and valuable undertaking and through our staff development process we strive to ensure all members of Mercedes College are challenged and engaged in life-long learning.
Vacancies for teaching staff are currently advertised in the education section of The West Australian, Seek www.seek.com.au, the Catholic Education Office www.ceo.wa.edu.au and on the College website. The ability to teach Religious Education will be an advantage.
Vacancies for non-teaching staff are advertised in The West Australian and on the College website.
Applicants must be prepared to support the Catholic ethos of the College and contribute to the faith life of the College.
On appointment successful applicants will be required to provide Teachers Registration Board of WA Registration, a Working with Children Check, available from Australia Post offices or www.austpost.com.au/workingwithchildren, and details of completed Accreditation.
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