Map of the Diocese of Lismore (Map of the Diocese – Cluster information) 

The Diocese of Lismore extends along the coastal strip of New South Wales, from Tweed Heads in the north to Laurieton in the south and west to the foothills of the Great Dividing Range (Dorrigo).  The Catholic Education system currently includes 34 primary schools and 11 secondary schools with a total enrolment of approximately 17,500 students.

This following procedure is common to all prospective staff whether you are applying for casual or permanent position, as a teacher or in an ancillary position.

Before you begin, please make sure you have the following documentation available for uploading. Please make sure all documents are scanned in and uploaded as PDF document not jpeg.

Teachers need: (each one together in one upload e.g one upload for qualifications, one upload for Statements of Service, one upload for ID documents) 
1) Teaching Qualifications (degrees, diplomas or academic transcripts, at least 2 practicum reports for Graduate teachers.), Religious Education Qualifications (if applicable);
2) Official Employer Statement of Service and must include Commencement date / termination date, Workload, Casual Days per year worked and LWOP taken;
3) NESA Accreditation;
4) Identification documents; including evidence of change of name, including visa information if required
5) other certificates such as anaphylaxis, first aide etc;
6) NSW Working with Children Check for an employee (not volunteer)
7) Completion of SALT Modules

Information for applicants
Salary Progression
Process for Applying for Credit for Service

Superannuation Information for Employees covered by the NSW and ACT Systemic Schools Enterprise Agreement
Section 27.1 (b) in the above EA gives the employer the option to approve which funds employees can make contributions to. The Catholic Schools Office Lismore has elected to approve NGS Super and Australian Catholic Super and Retirement Fund

Ancillary /Outside School Hours Care positions must include:
1) Qualifications in specified field if applicable and Resume
2) Certificates such as anaphylaxis, first aide etc, if applicable
3) NSW Working with Children Check for an employee (not volunteer)
4) Identification documents; including evidence of change of name including Visa information if required.
5) Completion of SALT modules

For your registration of employment to be complete you must provide the documentation listed above, and you must complete SALT Compliance modules.
Please allow 5 working days after you have completed the SALT Compliance training for HR processes to be completed.

If you have not heard from the office after 5 working days please contact the office 0266220422.

The Compliance Modules SALT (Self Administered Legal Training) include:
> Child Protection
> Discrimination Bullying and Harassment and
> Accreditation To Work Teach and Lead

The Compliance Training Modules are an annual requirement of all staff employed in the Lismore Diocese.

 Please begin by creating a “My Profile”
To create a  “My Profile” click here

Privacy Act – Employment Collection Notice
Personal information collected from you will only be disclosed to appropriate schools within the Lismore Diocesan system. It will not be disclosed to any other party without your consent.
To view / log in to your Profile after it has been created to check you status click here
To log into SALT Compliance Training Click after you have created you profile and received your username and password click here
Once you have completed the registration process you will need to apply directly to a school in your area as they keep their own casual lists. Make sure you have nominated the schools with the above procedure.
OSHC registrants should take care to select the nominated OSHC service not the primary school
Please allow 5 working days after you have completed the SALT Compliance training for HR processes to be completed.
Applicants should log in to My Profile and click on casual application to add Schools and your key learning area so that the school is able to view your information.
For enquiries about this process please email hr@lism.catholic.edu.au or phone 02 66 220422 and select HR from the menu.
For enquiries about an advertised position please contact the school direct.
 All positions currently being advertised are available on the POSITIONS VACANT PAGE
Should you wish to apply for an advertised position by the closing date, please do but please note that the above must be completed well before any work can commence.
  Interstate applicants must visit the NESA website to view requirements of having your interstate qualifications recognised in NSW

FRAMEWORK - learning_teachingIt is essential that all staff moving to NSW from another State or Territory are provisionally or conditionally accredited by NESA. Interstate teachers must apply to NESA within 60 days for accreditation to be eligible to teach in a NSW school/service. https://educationstandards.nsw.edu.au/wps/portal/nesa/teacher-accreditation/how-accreditation-works/your-accreditation/interstate-teachers
 Links  Frequently asked Questions
 NESA _ Teacher Accreditation