Aquinas College is a dynamic and diverse community of nearly 200 educators, administrative, finance and property staff who all support the mission of the College. Inspired by Catholic tradition, our vision is to be an excellent school.

Our mission is to promote quality learning in our students while developing an awareness of God in their lives, the value of human relationships, a sense of justice, a hopeful spirit and a love of learning.

As a member school of the Council of International Schools, Aquinas has a particular focus on international mindedness in all its activities. Applicants will need to be supportive of the mission and ethos of the school, be enthusiastic and have a genuine love of learning and thinking. Practical support and commitment to the College’s co-curricular program is a clear requirement.

Aquinas College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Current Positions Available

Pathways Coordinator

Aquinas College wishes to employ a Coordinator for its alternative Pathways Program. We are looking for a person who has relevant teaching or industry related experience. This person will provide advice and guidanceto students and their families on Vocational and other transition to work options and will help to develop programs that encourage continued success at school.  

This is a new role and the time allocation and duty statement will be negotiated with the successful candidate. 

The successful applicant will:

  • have an in-depth and comprehensive knowledge of subject areas
  • will have a demonstrated commitment to Catholic education and to the safety and wellbeing of children
  • have a proven ability to use ICT 
  • have current VIT Registration or Working With Children Check
  • have the ability to work successfully within a team.

Applications close 4.00pm Monday 7 November and will only be accepted through the Aquinas College Employment Page link . Please address your application to:

Mr Darren Atkinson
Aquinas College
Ringwood 3134