Marist College Bendigo is a co-education Catholic college proudly providing dynamic learning experiences from Foundation to Year 12.

The staff at Marist College Bendigo the College’s most valuable resource. Every aspect of the learning community depends on the quality of the staff and the Colleges effective daily operations and administration depend on the efforts of all staff. Staff are selected on the basis of their professional competence and their potential to contribute actively to the life of a Catholic college.

The College is committed to furthering staff professional learning and encouraging career opportunities and promotion for all staff.

It is expected that all staff of Marist College Bendigo endeavor to uphold the College mission statement and to live out its vision.

In practice this involves:

  • An acceptance of the Catholic educational philosophy of the College.
  • A commitment to strive to help students to understand, accept and appreciate Catholic teaching and Marist values through their teaching and other work and by personal example.
  • Comply with the accreditation policy of the CECV to teach in a Catholic school and other CECV and Marist Schools Australia policies.
  • Comply with the Child Protection Policy and Mandatory Reporting process.

Marist College Bendigo community promotes the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all children.


To be considered for general CRT work, please register your interest by sending your resume and a covering letter to:

Mr Michael Flaherty, Deputy Principal Learning Enabler  |  Email:  mflaherty@marist.vic.edu.au 


Marist College Bendigo is committed to a safe and nurturing culture for all young people. Staff who are employed at our College must have current Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT) Teacher Registration or VIT Permission To Teach Registration.  All general staff are required to have a Working With Children Check (WWCC).  More details click here.

Refer to http://www.marist.vic.edu.au/wp/child-safety-and-protection/ for full details on our commitment to Child Safety.

Employment in Catholic Education: Diocese of Sandhurst

Pages from FINAL Employment in Catholic Education 13JUNE2018

Employment in Catholic Education is a statement of our key understandings and commitment as professionals to each other and to the families whose children we teach and serve.   This document is intentional in celebrating all roles within Catholic education and embraces all roles within our schools and is informed by contemporary professional expectations as well as visionary and sound theology.