Toorak College Enterprise Agreement

Toorak College is committed to promoting a learning and working environment that promotes well-being, is positive and supportive of all members of the learning community and is committed to ensuring that the environment is free from discrimination, harassment (including sexual harassment), denigration, victimization and harassment. Through our recruitment processes, we encourage as many candidates as possible to apply for positions within the school, regardless of gender, cultural background or the existence of a disability. The candidate`s skills, competencies and experience are fundamental in all hiring decisions. As part of our recruitment process, all staff and volunteers will be screened (including reference, Victorian Institute of Teaching and Working with Children Checks). “I love living the spirit of work here – which I do every day as I walk through these splendid facilities and buildings. I feel very privileged to work here because I know that I am part of the Toorak community and that I contribute to the history of this amazing school. Ms. Emma Jensen, Head of Performing Arts As a collaborator of Toorak College, you will be delighted: all Toorak College employees are expected to play an active role and be well informed about their commitments to child safety. The Toorak College Statement of Child Safety Commitment is integrated into The Toorak College`s employment cycle, from recruitment and benchmark exam to introduction, 3- and 6-month probationary exams, and regular staff training and career development. Employment at Toorak College is subject to school guidelines, including the Child Safety Directive, the Code of Conduct and the Statement of Understanding of Professional Expectations.

To refer to toorak College Statement of Child Safety Commitment, click here. “We are very progressive in what we do and I am fortunate to have the freedom to take risks. We encourage and implement digital technology skills to increase students` digital engagement and open new doors to their future careers. Phil Carew, Head of Digital Technologies &eLearning “Some of my favorite memories have certainly come up during the various Beyond Boundaries trips I`ve undertaken over the years; Meet the girls outside the walls of the classroom and watch them grow through the challenges these adventures offer. Lisa Hamilton-Smith, Grade 7 Director View our job openings and learn more about our recruitment process. Toorak College is a thriving independent school on the Mornington Peninsula. All our employees, whether in training or in companies, strive to achieve the best possible results for our students. Through collaboration, professional development and the search for continuous improvement, our employees play a crucial role in encouraging and inspiring students, now and in the future, who expect them to be the best versions of themselves.. . .