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Why join the St Joseph’s College Catholic learning community?

To work at St Joseph’s is to join a committed, compassionate, and collaborative team whose task is to ‘challenge and empower students to be creative and critical thinkers who act with strength and kindliness in the Gospel tradition’.


Why join the St Joseph’s College Catholic learning community?

Our College motto ‘Strength and Kindliness’ comes to life in each staff member as they demonstrate the strength to do their job well and the kindliness to undertake it with compassion.

As such, all staff members at St Joseph’s are committed to being open, honest and robust in exploring challenging and innovative possibilities that lead to school improvement.

We work hard to develop students not only academically but also physically, emotionally and morally. It is rewarding to observe these young adults moving on to the next phase of their lives as well-rounded individuals who possess the necessary skills to achieve goals and make good choices.

St Joseph’s College is constantly striving to improve educational opportunities and outcomes for the students entrusted to our care.

Our subject teachers are inspirational people, who plan for and implement programs to encourage and support students to learn and to grow in the various subject disciplines. Our allied support staff are critical to the success of our educational programs by providing support to staff and students as well as vital stewardship of our resources.


Employer of Choice

St Joseph’s College is a vibrant community of people and personalities. We currently have over 960 students and 140 staff but significant population growth in the region and increased demand for Catholic education predicts significant growth in these figures over the coming years. Of those 140 staff, 91 hold teaching positions and 50 are allied staff, in a mixture of full-time and part-time roles.


We pride ourselves on being an employer of choice, and we have the data to back that up, as 50% of our staff have been with the school for more than five years and 25% have been with the school for more than a decade.

We may be a large school, but we think of St Joseph’s College as a big family and that is true in more ways than one, with 34% of staff related to another staff member or at least one student, and 14% of staff who are former students. Not only are our staff members loyal, but they are also some of the most highly qualified in the sector with 26% holding a Masters Degree or above, and 30% holding a Graduate Certificate or above.


Collaboration & Community


  • Kildare Education Ministries (Employer group) has a commitment to the core causes of Environmental Sustainability, Reconciliation & Asylum Seeker/Refugee support

  • When you choose St Joseph’s College, you are joining a long-established school experiencing a rapid growth phase with multi campus establishment, and a five (5) year continuous build program with new facilities

  • Our staff participate in an active Staff Wellbeing Committee that includes regular after work functions and mental health programs to get to know each other on a personal level

  • Our staff have access to a spiritual director/counsellor for individual sessions each term

  • Our staff are actively involved in collective sporting activities such as teams in Murray River Paddle, Johnos Run, Sweat v Steam, Run for the Kids

  • We host Wellbeing Week each term with a focus on socialisation and health-based activities for staff

  • Our staff have access to mentoring & coaching

  • Our staff have opportunities for participating in coaching & co-curricula activities with students – with many teams at state level

  • Our staff have the opportunity to participate in camps & excursions – including overseas travel & study tours

  • Our staff have the opportunity to engage with community organisations, schools and Parish for the benefit of student development and whole of community health (eg collaborations with Neighborhood House, Echuca South Kindergarten, Echuca Regional Health)

Remuneration & Support


  • Attractive salaries and salary packaging (Smart Salary/Smart Leasing) options

  • Extensive POL/Middle Leader structure & opportunities to lead

  • Relocation support (where appropriate/required)

  • Macbook Apple Air for all staff

  • Annual First Aid Certification

  • Anaphylaxis Training Certification

  • Free access to Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) and wellbeing programs

  • Library Access

  • Discounted Movie Tix for Paramount Theatre


Teaching & Leadership Excellence


  • Working in collaboration with educational thought leaders on whole school capacity building including:

    • Dan Haesler – Cut Through Education

    • Berry St Education

    • Amy Green – The Wellness Strategy (Staff focused)

    • Brown Collective

    • Janine Stratford – Coaching focus

  • Ongoing professional learning, generous allowance for sponsored study and staff scholarships

  • Emerging Leaders Development Program (micro-credentialled course offered to all aspirant leaders annually)

  • Access to subject based professional development to lead existing and new initiatives

Positions Vacant

Positions Vacant

Looking for a fantastic place to work in Echuca Moama? St Joseph’s College may just be your dream destination! With 950 students, and more than 100 staff we are an exciting, vibrant learning community, with an ever growing team.

Our transition to a multi campus College in 2023 means that we are adding to our staff numbers on an almost continuous basis over the next few years. If you are relocating or looking for a change, please reach out and make contact – we would love to hear from you!

Current employment opportunities are listed below, along with relevant role descriptions. 

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College Leader - Student Wellbeing

We are seeking a passionate and collaborative leader to provide a vision for, and direction in, the provision of quality student pastoral wellbeing.

This position is to commence in Term 1 2025 or earlier by negotiation.

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Director of Campus - Brigidine (Years 10-12)

We are seeking a passionate and collaborative leader to join our team to guide our staff, students and community.


Commencing in Term 1 2025 this leader will be responsible for the day to day running of our Brigidine Campus.

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2025 Expressions of Interest

To meet the growing demands of our
multi-campus college, we are currently seeking expressions of interest for teaching positions in 2025 across all subject areas.

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