Working at Joeys
Founded in 1881, St Joseph’s is an independent Catholic boarding and day secondary school for boys, governed by Marist Schools Australia. In 2021, enrolment is approximately 1,100 boys from Years 7 to 12.
St Joseph’s College is a dynamic, vibrant workplace where staff are highly valued and respected for the gifts and talents they bring to the College community. Staff are offered many opportunities for professional learning and career development and are well supported when undertaking new learning experiences and acquiring new skills.
As a Catholic school in the Marist tradition, our staff are expected to demonstrate an understanding of and commitment to Catholic faith values and to set an example for the students at the College.
Current employment opportunities
To view our current employment opportunities, please click here.
To be considered, applicants must submit their cover letters and résumés/CVs through the above online application portal. Cover letters should be addressed to the Headmaster, care of Mr Magdy Habib, Director of People and Culture.
If you are interested in casual work at St Joseph’s College, please submit your résumé or CV to Mr Magdy Habib, Director of People and Culture, through the online application portal.
In their own words
“From my first day of work at Joeys, I have been treated with kindness and respect from fellow colleagues. Working in a warm, supportive environment has allowed me to grow personally and professionally. I have been consistently supported in my professional development and in the areas of teaching I love and have a particular passion for. In particular, teaching students with learning needs and student wellbeing. It is the honesty, good humour and respect of the boys here which has brought so much joy in my role as a teacher. I have had the privilege of working with boys in the classroom, in the dorms, on the sporting fields and even on an overseas immersion to Tanzania. In all of these areas, the students have been respectful and caring, and have displayed a sincere sense of family spirit.” – Michaela Meagher, English
- Accreditation Support and Professional Learning Program
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP) counselling service
- Mentoring Program for new academic staff
- Lunch and morning tea for staff and visitors on College business
- Professional Development workshops and seminars
- Annual research scholarships for academic and professional staff
- Regular seminars and keynote addresses by leading educators and other professional speakers
- Health and wellbeing program including weekly fitness classes and yoga practice during term time
- Free access to College gym/weights room with instruction from Strength and Conditioning coaches
- MacBook computer for academic staff whilst employed at the College
- IT support provided by ICT Learning and Teaching Facilitators
- Free influenza vaccinations administered by College nursing staff
- Certificates of recognition for staff who have served the Marist community
- Staff Association membership includes invitations to social occasions
- Salary packaging and novated leases available through preferred suppliers
- Voluntary superannuation contributions and the option to nominate your own superannuation fund
- All-day parking for staff and visitors to the College in neighboring streets
- Access for friends and family to the College’s outdoor education property on the Colo River
- Access to School Resources Centre (for borrowing books/DVDs/magazines)
- National Fleet discounts through Tynan Motors Fleet
- 20% discount on purchases by College employees at the Tennis Ranch, Gladesville.
St Joseph’s College (the College) has a Child Safeguarding Policy as an overarching statement that provides key elements of the College’s approach to the safeguarding of children and young people from abuse and harm. This policy is designed as the College’s public statement of commitment to the protection of children from abuse and grooming and a demonstration of the College’s commitment to ensure child safety in all College environments. Our Child Safe Adult Codes of Conduct Policy lists all acceptable and unacceptable behaviours. It provides a high-level statement of professional boundaries, ethical behaviour, acceptable and unacceptable relationships. College environments include both physical and online environments, as well as those outside its premises and grounds when College-related activities are occurring. Both the Child Safeguarding and Child Safe Adult Codes of Conduct Policy are available on the College website. You must familiarise and comply with these Policies. If you do not comply, the College may take disciplinary action, up to and including termination of your employment or engagement.
Magdy Habib, Director of People and Culture: +61 2 9816 0847 / firstname.lastname@example.org