Employment Opportunities

We offer a calm and structured education where all members of our community are respected and valued.

Bacchus Marsh Grammar is an independent, co-educational non-denominational, Prep to Year 12 School with three vibrant campuses in Melbourne’s west. The school has a proud history in high-quality education, celebrating student achievement, endeavour, wellbeing and community spirit.

The school is well known for its impressive academic results and its high standing in the broader education community. Bacchus Marsh Grammar stridently seeks to develop in every child a culture of achievement, endeavour and service, where they learn to flourish in their studies, work, lives and family.

As one of the fastest growing schools in the country, Bacchus Marsh Grammar is proud of its innovative and expansive curriculum, excellence in teaching, and its supportive and inclusive community. The school prides itself as being an employer of choice and in the professionalism, diligence and quality of its staff.

All children and young people who come to Bacchus Marsh Grammar have a right to feel and be safe. We are committed to the safety and wellbeing of all children and young people. We are committed to providing a child safe and child friendly environment. The school regards its child safe responsibilities with the utmost importance. Further information is available on the school’s website.


Current Teaching Vacancies

We are seeking passionate and dedicated Teachers to join our school community. We have a large range of positions available at both the Maddingley Campus (located in Bacchus Marsh) and the Woodlea Campus (located in Rockbank, Aintree estate).  Positions available include:

  • Primary Teacher
  • English Teacher
  • French Teacher
  • Science Teacher
  • Mathematics Teacher
  • Humanities Teachers
  • Geography Teacher

Applicants interested in full time and/or part time employment are encouraged to apply.

Salary ranges between $80,241 to $120,321 per annum plus superannuation, depending on the successful applicant’s skills, qualifications, and years of teaching experience, as per the Bacchus Marsh Grammar Enterprise Agreement 2022.

Key Selection Criteria

Successful applicants will meet the following criteria:

  • Appropriate teaching qualifications.
  • Victorian Institute of Teacher (VIT) registration or the ability to become registered in Victoria as a Teacher.
  • Demonstrated teacher experience within the relevant discipline.
  • First aid certificate (or willingness to obtain).
  • Valid driver’s licence.

How to Apply

If this looks like the opportunity you have been looking for, please submit your application via email to hr_manager@bmg.vic.edu.au.

Addressed to Mr. Andrew Neal, Principal, applications must include a current curriculum vitae listing contact details of two professional referees, together with a one-page cover letter, stipulating the position you are applying for.

A copy of the position description for these opportunities can be obtained below:

Applications close 11 June 2023. 

Other Vacancies

As a member of the Senior Leadership Group, the Head of Faculty: Music and Performing Arts position is responsible for leading curriculum and teaching practices within the Music area, from year prep to 12. This position reports directly to the Deputy Principal Teaching and Learning, with a secondary reporting line to the Deputy Principal, Head of Maddingley Campus and leads the development of a guaranteed, viable and sequential curriculum, by integrating modern curriculum developments within teaching and learning practices and the management of staff within the faculty.

This role provides formative feedback and guidance to teaching staff within the discipline area regarding effective teaching practices, aligned with Bacchus Marsh Grammar’s Teaching and Learning Framework. Leading the instructional practice of a specific learning area requires effective communication with staff, students and parents, in relation to the learning area’s teaching practices and curriculum content, consistent with Bacchus Marsh Grammars Strategic Plan and policies.

Key accountabilities of this position include:

  • To lead the learning area in a manner that is reflective of the Schools Strategic Plan and policies.
  • To develop high-quality and consistent teaching practices through modelling and feedback.
  • To interpret the Australian Curriculum and lead its implementation within the music and performing arts discipline area.
  • To develop short and long-term goals for the music and performing arts discipline area, which reflect the sequential learning of students.
  • To provide guidance to teaching staff to ensure scope and sequence is appropriate between Middle and Senior School.
  • To maintain high standards of learning and teaching, assessment and reporting that is relevant, collaborative and future focused.
  • To ensure appropriate monitoring of new staff, including implementation of employment probationary processes as per the Probation and Confirmation Policy (Human Resources).
  • To be involved in the recruitment of staff within the music and performing arts discipline area, as required.
  • To foster and maintain collegial working relationships in a professional and safe environment.
  • Monitor and provide quantitative and qualitative assessments of Teaching and Learning in the discipline area.
  • To ensure all administrative tasks, such as documentation of curriculum, assessment schedules, and reports are completed by required dates.

Key Selection Criteria


  • VIT registration.
  • Tertiary teaching qualifications relevant to the learning area.

Demonstrated Experience and Skills

  • Teaching experience relevant to the learning area.
  • Ability to drive strategic direction, innovation and continuous improvement in the delivery of music and performing arts programs across P-12.
  • A sound knowledge of the teaching pedagogies and practices relevant to the learning area.
  • Demonstrated experience leading and managing a team.
  • A proven record of monitoring, analysing and using data to improved student achievement.
  • Active engagement with current pedagogical research.
  • A proven record of implementing education programs.
  • Experience leading and managing a range of curriculum processes.
  • Highly developed interpersonal and skills, good negotiation and influencing skills, with the ability to communicate effectively with senior management, staff and parents.
  • Strong organisational stills and attention to detail.
  • Planning and event management skills.
  • Ability to confidently direct orchestra, ensembles, bands and choirs across a range of genres including taking a leadership role within the delivery of school musicals.
  • Computer literacy and a degree of competency in the use of learning technologies.
  • Proven experience in a similar position within a school environment preferable.

How to Apply

A position description will be made available in due course.

Addressed to Mr. Kevin Richardson, Acting Principal, applications must include a current curriculum vitae listing contact details of two professional referees, together with a one-page cover letter articulating your strengths and attributes in line with the key selection criteria and your suitability to the position.

Please submit your application to hr_manager@bmg.edu.au.

Applications close 9:00 am, Monday 5 June 2023.

We are seeking a passionate and dedicated Teacher Librarian to join our school community. The Teacher Librarian at Bacchus Marsh Grammar is responsible for the development and implementation of a stimulating and engaging learner cantered library program and the provision of a range of support services to staff and students in areas such as teaching and learning and promotion of a reading culture.

The Teacher Librarian will promote all aspects of the library to the school community and evaluate their success to create an environment of continuous improvement.

This position is a full-time, ongoing role based at the Woodlea Campus, located in Aintree (Rockbank).

A copy of the position description can be located here.

Key Selection Criteria


  • Current Victorian Institute of Teaching Registration (VIT).
  • Appropriate Teaching qualifications.
  • Appropriate Library qualifications desirable.
  • Valid drivers’ licence.

Demonstrated Experience and Skills

  • Demonstrated experience teaching in a classroom and working as a teacher librarian.
  • Strong knowledge and understanding of library management systems and digital resources.
  • The ability to work collaboratively and communicate effectively with colleagues.
  • A passion for lifelong learning and a demonstrated commitment to ongoing professional development.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Proven ability to build and maintain positive relationships with members of a community.
  • Acts professionally and maintains appropriate confidentiality.
  • Demonstrated ability to work both collaboratively as a member of a team and independently without supervision.

How to Apply

If this looks like the opportunity you have been looking for, please click here to commence the application process.

Addressed to Mrs. Danielle Copeman, Deputy Principal Head of the Woodlea Campus, applications must include a current curriculum vitae listing contact details of two professional referees, together with a one-page cover letter articulating your strengths and attributes in line with the key selection criteria and your suitability to the position.

Applications close 9:00 am, Friday 2 June 2023.

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