Principal - St Margaret Mary's School, Brunswick North

Melbourne Archdiocese Catholic Schools

Executive Director:  


Applications Close: 04/10/2021

Position: Principal

Type: Fixed Term

Hours per Week: Full-time

Role Description/Criteria

Applicants are required to:

• demonstrate a commitment to Catholic education and an understanding of the leadership

role in Catholic education

• demonstrate a commitment to the safety and wellbeing of children

• have experience in a formally appointed leadership role within a Catholic primary school (e.g. Principal, Deputy Principal, Religious Education Coordinator, Curriculum Coordinator, Acting Principal)

• have current registration with the Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT)

• have academic qualifications additional to initial teacher education (master’s degree or five-year equivalent)

• have relevant, appropriate and substantial educational experience, including classroom teaching and leadership positions, in a variety of educational settings

• have relevant experience within the last five years in Catholic primary schools,

or currently in a role associated with and supporting Catholic primary schools

• be accredited to teach Religious Education in a Catholic school.

Note: Applicants teaching in Catholic primary schools prior to 1977 are exempt from this last requirement.

Application Procedures

To obtain further details, including an application form, a package of information about the school and a list of criteria on which the application should be based, interested persons who fulfil the above criteria are asked to contact the Northern Regional Office on 03 8387 3200 or


Address: 228 Victoria Parade
East Melbourne

Phone: 9267 0228


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