Trinity College grounds

Work at Trinity

Trinity College believes that outstanding staff are a vital key to its success as an educational community and is committed to providing a rewarding and challenging environment.

When employment opportunities arise, Trinity seeks those who are committed to our goal of delivering a world-class education that encompasses excellence, community and diversity.

The value we place in our staff is shown in the excellent remuneration packages we offer within a fair and transparent framework, plentiful professional development opportunities, along with a range of other benefits and wellbeing programs. Read more about our staff in our Annual Reports.

Jobs and Vacancies

Applicants for positions at Trinity must be Australian citizens, permanent residents, or hold a valid work permit or visa. If you are called for an interview, you will need to show evidence of your status and qualifications.

To view our current vacancies, please visit our Career Centre by clicking here.

Trinity College is committed to the safety of all students, including those from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds.

Staff Benefits

Trinity believes that employing outstanding staff is a vital key to its success as an educational community. To support this belief, the College is committed to providing a safe, pleasant, intellectually challenging and rewarding work environment. 

Trinity offers staff a range of benefits in professional development, occupational health and safety, its physical environment, and a vibrant and inclusive culture.

Salary package and rewards

  • job evaluation ensuring equity and fair pay for work

  • transparent salary band ranges

  • performance management-linked salary

  • 10 percent employer superannuation contribution 

  • 17.5 percent leave loading 

  • green practices rebates for staff

  • 'Outstanding Contribution' awards for employees each year.

Professional development

  • a variety of in-house training workshops 

  • financial support for approved, individual, job-related training

  • study leave

  • leadership programs.

Occupational health and safety

  • optional annual flu vaccine 

  • manual handling training

  • smoke-free work environment.

Wellbeing programs

  • work-life balance and flexible fair work arrangements

  • employee assistance program for personal and career counselling

  • regular all-staff morning teas and functions

  • pastoral care

  • yoga, pilates and tai-chi sessions at various times of the year.

Work environment

  • spacious and beautifully maintained grounds and gardens

  • historic buildings dating back to 1872

  • close access to University of Melbourne facilities

  • practice of sustainability in all areas of work environment.

Facilities

  • the Leeper Library

  • the Chapel

  • the Dining Hall and Cafe - staff can purchase meals, with a variety of options

  • located next to the University of Melbourne's main campus

  • Discount membership and access to Melbourne University Sports Centre, including gymnasium, fitness classes and swimming pool

  • limited car parking.