Application Process

Please read and consider the following information when preparing your application.

Submitting applications

To be considered for positions at the College, applications must be submitted electronically via the College employment page, be received by the nominated closing time and date, and include the following documents:

  • A cover letter, specifically addressing the criteria for success where applicable. It is important that you demonstrate clear links between these criteria and your skills, knowledge and qualifications
  • A resume
  • An application for employment form

Applications can be addressed to Mrs Loretta Wholley, Principal.


The contact details of two work related referees must be included with your application. Written references are not required.

Timeframes for the recruitment process

We will usually contact those shortlisted for an interview by phone, and those not shortlisted will receive an email within four weeks of the application closing date. On request short listed candidates can receive feedback regarding their interview.

Pre-employment Checks

Successful applicants will be required to verify and submit the following prior to commencement:

Qualifications - original or certified copies.

Identification – original or certified copies of a passport, drivers licence or birth certificate.

Eligibility to work in Australia - presentation of visa information and passports where required.

VIT – teachers will need to advise of their VIT number.

Working with Children Check – all non teaching staff are required to hold an Employee WWCC. Employment cannot commence until a person has passed an Employee Check.

Police Check – all non teaching staff are required to pass a police check (no more than 3 months old). A new check is required every 5 years.

Further information

In applying for a position at Genazzano FCJ College, you agree to the following:

  • Accept the Catholic education philosophy of the College
  • Develop and maintain an adequate understanding of those aspects of Catholic teaching that touch upon aspects of his or her work
  • Through your work and by personal example, strive to help students to understand, accept and appreciate Catholic teaching and values
  • Comply with the accreditation policy of the CECV to teach in a Catholic school
  • Be committed to regular and ongoing professional development, and participate in an appraisal process
  • Be appropriately qualified as required by State Authorities including the VIT (teaching staff) and hold a current Working with Children check and Police Check (non-teaching staff).
  • Uphold a zero tolerance attitude towards child abuse, and maintain a culture of child safety.
  • Uphold a commitment to ensure cultural safety for Aboriginal children and children from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds, and to providing a safe environment for children with a disability.
  • Comply with the College's policies and procedures including the Child Safe Policy and Staff Code of Conduct.
  • Demonstrating commitment to Catholic education and to the safety and wellbeing of children.
  • That you possess the skills and abilities necessary to fulfil the relevant position.
  • All applications are stored in accordance with the College’s Employment Collection Notice