Parade College is a warm and friendly environment dedicated to the education of boys since 1871.

The College aims to help young men grow into well rounded individuals who will make a meaningful contribution to society. In a vibrant learning community, students are encouraged to explore and develop their talents to the fullest and aim for excellence in all endeavours.

Our young men are challenged to achieve as highly as possible in their academic studies as they discern the appropriate pathway to their future ambitions. They are also encouraged through the various co-curricular offerings to grow into people of good heart who have healthy self-respect, who value right relationships with other people, and who can offer themselves in service to the needy and marginalised people in our society.

We are keen to recruit staff of a high calibre who are passionate about the education of young men, who share a commitment to the College mission, who are enthusiastic learners, risk-takers, and are able to contribute positively and generously to the life and ethos of the College.

We offer a wide range of core and co-curricular activities and so we employ teachers and support staff with a variety of skills and experience.

Staff share in the wider life of the College including attendance at official functions and interacting with students in the grounds, at sport, on camps and during community action. Staff are also encouraged to participate in extra-curricular activities to help boys develop a wide range of skills.

Parade College offers a lively and rewarding environment, excellent facilities, professional development opportunities and a reputation for providing high quality education.

Child Protection Requirements
It is our policy that all applicants for child-connected work at Parade College are informed about the requirements and the College’s child protection practices before working here.

Parade College is committed to creating and maintaining a child safe environment in which students not only feel safe but are safe. A condition of employment is that staff are deemed to be a person suitable to work with children. Parade College has a Child Safe Policy and a Child Safety Code of Conduct. All staff members of the school are subject to, and expected to, comply with the Child Safe Policy and the Child Safety Code of Conduct.

All applicants must read and understand the College’s Child Protection Program. A signed statement of understanding of these policies forms part of the application process. To read these documents, please click on their titles above.

It is also our policy that all new staff undergo additional screening to meet Child Protection requirements which may include:

  • Relevant qualifications and registrations
  • Working with Children Check clearance
  • National Police Records Check
  • Personal identity verification and background check
  • Reference check will also address the person's suitability for the working with children check.
Application Requirements
In preparing an application, please read the advertisement and position description carefully to ensure that you can demonstrate your ability to meet the position requirements and have a good understanding of the role.

Please also ensure you read the above Child Protection information.

Applications must include:

  • a Covering Letter
  • a separate statement addressing the Key Selection Criteria addressing your skills, qualifications and experience relevant to the role; together with
  • the completed relevant Application Form provided below.

Applications should be emailed to, addressed to:

The Principal,
Parade College,
1436 Plenty Road,
Bundoora Vic., 3083.

For all employment enquiries please contact the Director of Human Resources.

All Teaching positions require the applicant to fill out the Application for Teaching Position.

All School Officer positions require the applicant to fill out the Application for School Officer.

All Sessional positions require the applicant to fill out the Application for Sessional Position.

All Leadership positions require the applicant to fill out the Application for Position of Leadership.


Leadership positions

Learning Area Leader, Mathematics

The Learning Area Leader provides vision, inspiration, encouragement and assistance to all members of their team, demonstrating excellence in the knowledge, understanding and research in the respective Learning Area. They will show leadership in their field and promote their Learning Area’s part of the holistic education offered at Parade College.
Ongoing teaching appointment is associated with this Leadership position. The leadership appointment attracts a Position of Leadership Allowance and generous time release per cycle.

Additional Needs Coordinator

The Additional Needs Coordinator is responsible for managing and providing support to students with additional needs including Indigenous students, Students with Refugee Status, students who are New Arrivals/EAL and students who require adjustments to their learning. A teaching load is associated with this position.
Two year fixed term teaching appointments are associated with this Leadership position. The leadership appointment attracts a Position of Leadership Allowance and generous time release per cycle.

Academic positions

Teaching Positions 2023: 

  • Business Management/Accounting (inc. VCE)
  • junior English/Intervention English/Humanities/Religious Education
  • Food Studies (Yrs 7-12)
  • Materials Design Technology
  • Science (with a combination of VCE Biology and/or Psychology)
  • Italian (Yrs 7-12)
  • French (Yrs 7-8) with one other teaching method considered an advantage
Applications are sought for the full-time ongoing teaching position commencing 27 January 2023.

    Teacher of VET Business

    This is a full-time ongoing position commencing 27 January 2023.

    Teacher of VET Sport and Recreation

    This is an ongoing position commencing 27 January 2023.  Full-time and part-time applications will be considered.

    Teacher of English and Humanities (Years 7-12)

    Teacher of French (Years 7-12)

    Teacher of junior English, Religious Education and Humanities

    Full-time leave replacement position 3 October to 9 December 2022.

    Non-teaching positions

    Compliance Officer

    Exciting opportunity to establish a new role at the College as the Compliance Officer coordinating and maintaining the College's risk and compliance systems, ensuring its framework complies with current legal and regulatory obligations .  This is a full-time ongoing position.

    RTO Administration Assistants

    Applications are invited for two exciting opportunities within the College RTO Administration team focusing on Student Enrolments or Reporting and Assessment Systems.
    Both positions are full-time ongoing positions

    First Aid Officer

    Applications are invited for an appropriately qualified and experienced First Aid Officer to join our administration team at the College.  This is a full-time ongoing position based at the Bundoora Campus of the College. This position attracts seven weeks' school holidays.