Founded in 1912, De La Salle is an independent Catholic College for boys in Years 4 – 12. Located on two adjacent campuses in Malvern, De La Salle College provides a respectful, encouraging and child safe environment where strong family values are reinforced.
Working at De La Salle College
By working at De La Salle College, you’ll become part of a strong community with a rich history. Teaching staff are supported by an extensive professional development program and there are opportunities for progression within the school. Staff also have the opportunity to participate in our numerous local and international activities and programs.
Our diverse learning community welcomes committed, passionate and inspirational educators who bring a range of life experiences and a belief in their ability to make a difference. Teachers and support staff appointed at De La Salle are expected to fully support the Catholic and Lasallian ethos of the College. Teachers are also expected to be competent users of ICT and actively participate in the College’s co-curricula program. Our teachers share our philosophy. They demonstrate a commitment to life-long learning, innovation in teaching practices and an enthusiasm for integrating technology in the delivery of learning. Teachers must be registered with the VIT.
De La Salle College is an equal opportunity employer that promotes the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all children.
VCE Legal Studies / English Teacher
Applications are invited for the above full-time ongoing position commencing Term 1, 2018. Please click here to be taken to the advertisement on SEEK.
The application period for this position will close on Friday 24 November at 4:00pm. Applications are to be submitted via SEEK.
Teachers looking for emergency teaching work at De La Salle College should submit a letter of request along with their CV and Victorian Institute of Teachers Registration details to:
Mrs Patricia D’Arcy
De La Salle College
1318 High Street
Malvern, Victoria, 3144
Or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are unsuccessful, information that you provide the College in your application will be kept confidential and held for up to two months, after which time it will be destroyed.