Marist College Bendigo is a co-educational Catholic college proudly providing dynamic learning experiences from Foundation to Year 12. In 2022, we have 1170 students across thirteen-year levels.

Employment is in accordance with terms and conditions as outlined in the Victorian Catholic Education Multi Enterprise Agreement (VCEMEA 2018)

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

Instrumental Music Educators

We want to hear from you!

Marist College Bendigo is calling for expressions of interest to work as part of our rapidly expanding Specialist Music Program. Work would include teaching individual lessons, and group lessons and supporting our ensemble program that includes concert bands.

Multi-instrumentalists are particularly encouraged to contact us. We have a primary school instrumental program in which students rotate through three or four instruments over the course of a year.

To express interest please email a cover letter and your resume to Mr Matthew Pankhurst, Learning Area Facilitator - Performance Arts via email: mpankhurst@marist.vic.edu.au

Casual Relief Teachers (CRT)

To be considered for general CRT work, please register your interest by sending your resume, covering letter, copy of your VIT card and photo ID to:

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

A child safe school

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 full current Working With Children Check (WWCC). More details click here.

Refer to our Child Safety and Protection page for full details on our commitment to Child Safety.

Employment in Catholic Education: Diocese of Sandhurst

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.


The accreditation process aims to support leaders and teachers entering and continuing service in Catholic education to develop the knowledge and skills that will support authentic witness in and across all Victorian Catholic schools.

Leaders and teachers entering Catholic education without being accredited to teach in a Catholic school are granted a five-year period from the commencement of employment to secure their accreditation.

There are two levels of accreditation in recognition of the different roles that leaders and teachers undertake:

1. Accreditation to Teach in a Catholic School (gain and maintain)

2. Accreditation to Teach Religious Education or Lead in a Catholic School (gain and maintain).

All teachers are required to gain and maintain Accreditation to Teach in a Catholic School.

The new CECV accreditation policy will come into effect in January 2020, replacing the current policies. Click HERE to view the new Accreditation Policy.