Sacred Heart Girls' College was founded by the Sisters of Our Lady of the Missions (RNDMs) in 1957, built on the wonderful traditions of their founder, Euphrasie Barbier. It was she who had a dream "that all people would be loved, honoured and respected for the wonderful gifts of their difference and the amazing gifts of our oneness".
Sacred Heart Girls' College is a school within the Catholic ethos, educating young women for life and always striving upwards for excellence in learning and growth of faith. We are committed to providing an environment which enables the development of strong, articulate women, faithful to Gospel values, with respect for themselves and compassion for others - discerning, confident, prepared and willing to embrace life's challenges. Students and staff are encouraged and supported to aim high, to pursue their dreams and to excel in all that they do.
Sacred Heart Girls’ College holds the care, safety and wellbeing of young people as a central and fundamental responsibility. The commitment is drawn from and inherent to the teaching and mission of Jesus Christ, with love, justice and the sanctity of each human person at the heart of the Gospel.
A commitment to the ethos, values and mission of Catholic Education and to the safety and wellbeing of children, along with a willingness to be involved in the life of Sacred Heart Girls’ College is required.
Applications including cover letter, CV and College Application Form together with the name of three referees should be forwarded to:
The Principal at:
Applying for a Role at Sacred Heart Girls' College
Staff at Sacred Heart Girls’ College play a vital role in the education of all girls. It is expected that all staff:
Support the Catholic ethos of the College through word and action
Be committed to regular ongoing professional learning
In teaching positions, be qualified as required by state authorities, hold a current VIT Registration and reflect shared principles about practice, conduct and ethics to be applied to promote the highest standards of professional practice as reflected in the VIT Code of Conduct.
In non-teaching positions, hold a current Police Check and Working with Children Check
VCE Mathematical Methods (Units 3/4), VCE Specialist Mathematics (Units 1/2), Years 9 & 10 Mathematics (full time ongoing)