Emmanuel Catholic College is a contemporary, progressive, and innovative 21st Century school situated in the suburb of Success. All staff are expected to complement this and are expected to apply a similar philosophy to their work.
The College opened its doors in 1999 and has now grown to a coeducational enrolment of approximately 1170 secondary students from Years 7-12.
The College name, derived from the Hebrew word Emmanuel, means “God is with us”. The campus is a modern and vibrant learning area, equally enhanced by the natural beauty of both Lake Kogalup and the natural bushland area of the Beeliar Regional Park.
All staff are expected to support the Principal and through authentic collaboration and promote and uphold the Catholic Values and the shared vision of the College. Staff are further expected to involve themselves as active members of the wider community in enhancing the welfare and development our community and thus the College. Staff at Emmanuel must conduct themselves with the highest level of professionalism and confidentiality at all times, with capacity to work with independent initiative.
Emmanuel Catholic College acknowledges and pays respect to the Traditional Owners and Elders, both past and present of the land on which our College is located, the Whadjuk people of the Nyungar Nation.
Emmanuel Catholic College is seeking relief Education Assistants.
An Education Assistant in a Catholic School supports the teaching and learning of students through assisting the teacher in delivering planned education programmes and encouraging a supportive and inclusive learning environment.
Emmanuel Catholic College is seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified teachers who would like to be added to the relief pool for 2023. The ability to teach in various learning areas and a willingness to teach outside their major learning area would be considered advantageous.
Emmanuel Catholic College uses the App ‘Relief Staff Maestro’ as the main form of filling positions at the College.
For any queries, please contact our Relief Coordinator 9414 4000 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
On 14 March 2014, a new Privacy Legislation called Australian Privacy Principals came into force. This legislation covers private sector organisations who hold or collect personal information or sensitive information.
The following Collection Notice outlines the collection, use and disclosure of personal information collected from applicants seeking employment at Emmanuel Catholic College.
1. In applying for a position you will be providing Emmanuel Catholic College with personal information.
2. If you provide us with personal information, for example your name and address or information contained on your resume, we will collect the information in order to assess your application.
3. You may seek access to your personal information that we hold about you if you are unsuccessful for the position. However, there may be occasions when access is denied. Such occasions would include where access would have an unreasonable impact on the privacy of others.
4. We will not disclose this information to a third party without your consent.
5. If you provide us with the personal information of others, we encourage you to inform them that you are disclosing that information to the School and why, that they can access that information if they wish, that the School does not usually disclose the information to third parties.
6. Once vacancies have been filled, all personal information regarding to applications will be destroyed.
The purpose of the Code of Conduct is to describe minimum standards of conduct in all behaviour and decision making to ensure the safety and well-being of students.
The Code applies to staff, students, volunteers, parents and guardians as applicable. The term ‘parents’ includes guardians.
You acknowledge the inherent vulnerability of the students in your care.
You recognise that the safety and well-being of students depends upon your vigilance and diligence and the vigilance and diligence of all adults.
The Code does not give you detailed professional advice on specific behaviour. Rather, it describes the minimum requirements expected of you.
The Guidelines are illustrative and not an exhaustive list of the behaviours covered by the Code.
If your behaviour varies from the standards described in this Code and Guidelines, you should be prepared to explain and justify your decisions and actions.
While mandatory language such as ‘must’, ‘shall’ and ‘will’ is not used throughout the Code, there is a presumption the conduct described is mandatory and therefore not discretionary.
Breaches of the Code must be notified to the Principal and it is a breach of the Code not to do so.
A breach of the Code may constitute a failure to follow a lawful direction from the Principal and therefore the Principal will have the discretion as to what action to take, which may include counselling, professional development or sanctions under any agreement between you and the Principal. If you are a parent, volunteer or visitor, the Principal may take such action as is appropriate in your circumstances to maintain the safety and well-being of students.
The Principal must notify the appropriate authorities of any breach of the Code that was deliberately undertaken with the aim of befriending and establishing an emotional connection with a student, to lower the student’s inhibitions in preparation for engaging in sexual activity with the student.
The Principal expects you to conduct yourself personally and professionally in a way that maintains public trust and confidence in your school and the Church.
You have a responsibility to students and their family, other members of the school community and the wider community to provide and support safe and competent education and care of students.
You will do your best to support other members of the school community to comply with the Code.
In cases of conflict between parts of the Code, between the Code and other school policies, or in any decision making choices, you give priority to the outcome that will be in the best interests of the safety and well-being of the child.
I will act safely and competently.
I will give priority to students’ safety and well-being in all my behaviour and decision making.
I will act in accordance with the values of the Gospel as defined in the Code of Ethical Conduct.
I will conduct myself in accordance with laws, agreements, policies and standards relevant to your relationship with the school community.
I will respect the dignity, culture, values and beliefs of each member of the school community.
I will treat personal information about members of the school community as private and confidential.
I will give impartial, honest and accurate information about the education, safety and well-being of students.
I will support all members of the school community in making informed decisions about students.
I will promote and preserve the trust and privilege inherent in my relationship with all members of the school community.
I will maintain and build on the community’s trust and confidence in Catholic schools and the Church.
I will act reflectively and ethically.
I will allow students to have a voice in their education, safety and well-being.
The Code of Conduct can be found on our Policies and Procedures pages on our website.
Any breaches of the Code of Conduct must be emailed to the Principal Mr Paul Watson at email@example.com