The College employs approximately 75 staff across Primary and Secondary College and provides opportunities for non-teaching staff in administration, teacher support and support services (canteen, maintenance, transport, grounds and cleaning).
Benefits of employment at Victory College:
Victory College is currently seeking an experienced and enthusiastic Casual Art and Japanese teacher to teach our Years 2 – 6 students.
Victory College welcomes expressions of interest in Supply Teaching (teachers and teacher aides) at any time during the year. See below to download information on the process.
Applicants will be subject to employment screening, including checks with the Queensland College of Teachers and the Commission for Children and Young People & Child Guardian. Applicants for academic positions must have current QCT registration and all non-teaching applicants must hold a current Blue Card or be eligible to obtain a Blue Card upon commencement.
The College welcomes and encourages parent volunteers to become involved in College life by assisting in various learning programs.
If you are interested in becoming part of the Victory College team in either administration or teaching or as a volunteer please send your CV to email@example.com.