|Title||Campus||Closure date||Position description||Link to apply|
|Early Learning Co-Educators||Little Beacons||Monday 30 January||View PDF||Apply Now|
|Early Learning Leading Coordinator||Little Beacons||Monday 30 January||View PDF||Apply Now|
|English/Humanities Teacher||Berwick||Monday 30 January||View PDF||Apply Now|
|English Teacher||Pakenham||Wednesday 25 January||View PDF||Apply Now|
|Food Studies Teacher||Pakenham||Wednesday 25 January||View PDF||Apply Now|
|Residential Supervisor Assistants||Pakenham||Monday 30 January||View PDF||Apply Now|
|Bus Driver||Multi Campus||Thursday 2 February||View PDF||Apply now|
|Beacon Explorer Group Leader||Multi Campus||Monday 6 February||View PDF||Apply now|
|Commerce/Humanities Teacher||Berwick Campus||Friday 3 February||View PDF||Apply now|
At Beaconhills there are a wide range of leadership opportunities that exist both within and outside formal positions of responsibility.
A strong community
Would you like to help shape a holistic, contemporary education for students? Where innovation is valued? Then Beaconhills College is for you. Discover the benefits of working with us.
Supportive, collaborative working environment. Free and confidential Employee Assistance Program to all staff and their families. Access to well-equipped gyms and sporting facilities, onsite barista at both campuses.
Salary packaging available. Staff also receive 9.5 per cent superannuation
Formal and informal leadership roles for staff of all levels of expertise. Internal and external professional development opportunities.
Be part of school where sustainability is a major focus. Beaconhills is one of the largest solar-powered schools in Australia and has a number of awards for its outstanding environmental initiatives. An electric car charging station is available at the Pakenham Campus.
Free onsite parking at both Pakenham and Berwick campuses. Both campuses are located close to the Monash Freeway and the Pakenham train line.
Beaconhills has a strong focus on service to the community, locally and globally. There are many ways that staff enjoy giving back, from volunteering on the staff-run Vinnies Soup Van to taking part in the annual Relay For Life.
If you want to be part of a school community actively delivering holistic education you’ve come to the right place.
An inspiring place to teach
Teach, learn and grow
Finding a school where you can grow and develop your professional skills is critical to job satisfaction.
Year 1 teacher Markus Munday has found his inspiration at Beaconhills College. As a graduate teacher, he looked for a school which valued the education and wellbeing of students. And where there were opportunities for professional growth and development.
I have worked alongside some of the most inspiring colleagues that are truly caring and supportive. Joining the College is to join an innovative and contemporary learning community. It’s a school that collaborates and uses research to ensure that our students are getting the best quality of education.
Voted number 1
Parents and students have voted Markus Munday as the winner of the Casey Cardinia Outstanding Teacher Competition.
Parents described Mr Munday as a warm and caring teacher who made learning exciting for his students.
One parent wrote: “My only wish is that every child gets to have a ‘Mr Munday’ during their schooling years. He really is an extraordinary teacher.”
Learning That Matters
Learning That Matters highlights to our community six pillars that we believe underpin a holistic education for our students.
We have a number of professional learning days over the course of the year, both for Beaconhills staff and educators across the sector.
The Beaconhills College CEAD (Continuous Engagement And Development) program aims to foster leadership and innovation in education practices. There are opportunities throughout the year for educators across the sector to connect and develop leading curriculum initiatives.