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Melbourne Archdiocese Catholic Schools Ltd (MACS) is a dynamic educational governing authority and service provider to Catholic primary, secondary and special schools in the Archdiocese of Melbourne. More than 550 staff work across the head office in East Melbourne and four regional offices in the North, East, South and West. MACS provides services to schools in areas as diverse as Curriculum, RE, Leadership, Finance, ICT, Marketing and Communications, Student Wellbeing, Legal, Planning and Industrial Relations. MACS is committed to the safety, wellbeing and protection of all children in our care.

This is a two year fixed term opportunity for a Human Resources Project Officer to perform a pivotal role supporting MACS staff throughout the entire employee life cycle, coaching organisation leaders in effective people practices, and ensuring compliance with relevant legislation, industrial agreements and policies. Salary for this position will be $115,000 per annum, commensurate with the requisite skills and experience. Superannuation is in accordance with the Superannuation Guarantee legislation and is provided in addition to this salary payment.

As part of a collaborative, multidisciplinary team, this role presents strong professional development opportunities, and invites contributions to the continuous improvement of HR processes.


The successful must have proven, successful HR generalist experience. The Human Resources Project Officer must be able to seamlessly transition between matters, maintain high-level confidentiality and provide strong support to MACS staff on employee matters, particularly in periods of change. The ability to develop trusting working relationships with people at all levels of MACS and effective communication skills will also be vital.

The successful applicant will be subject to a Working with Children Check and a National Police Record Check. Applicants must hold full unrestricted working rights for Australia to be considered for this role.


Please refer to the relevant position description for the Key Selection Criteria.


  • Generous salary and conditions
  • professional development opportunities
  • work/Life balance
  • the opportunity for flexible working arrangements
  • enhancing the education of more than 150,000 students.


Apply for this position through our Careers Portal. Please find the Position Description attached above for further information and application requirements. All MACS vacancies can also be accessed via the Job Search tab on the MACS website at www.macs.vic.edu.au

To be considered, applicants MUST provide:

  • a separate statement addressing the Key Selection Criteria
  • a cover letter
  • an up-to-date Curriculum Vitae
  • the contact details for two employment referees (upon request).

All enquiries can be directed to Lynda Davies at ldavies@macs.vic.edu.au (03) 9267 0494

APPLICATIONS CLOSE: 4 pm 12 April 2021

***MACS endeavour to continue with our hiring activities this time, however we may alter our recruitment procedure to align with applicable social distancing guidelines. This may include the use virtual meeting platforms. This approach may change in future, subject to the advice of relevant health authorities.

Recruitment Agencies - thank you for thinking of us, however we do endeavour to fill our opportunities through direct channels wherever possible. If we find that we do need agency assistance, we'll be in touch.

In applying for a position with Melbourne Archdiocese Catholic Schools Ltd (MACS), you will be asked to provide certain personal information to enable your application to be considered. Any personal information that is provided to MACS in relation to an application for employment will be handled in accordance with MACS's obligations under the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth). To find out more about how MACS handles personal information, you are encouraged to read the MACS Privacy Policy which can be found on the website.

Application Procedures

Please apply via our Careers Portal