The Department is one of the biggest employers in Victoria with more than 60,000 people employed in more than 1800 work locations. To attract and retain the best possible staff, the Department promotes innovative and supportive human resources practices in its workplaces.
The Department website HRweb provides easy access to comprehensive human resources information and support services for managers, employees and other people interested in finding out about the Department's human resources policies and practices.
Other HR and employment resources
Merit Protection Boards - provide an independent mechanism to hear appeals and grievances for employees of the department and associated statutory authorities. Appeals and grievances include transfer and promotion, sexual harassment and discrimination, incapacity, grievances of a general personal nature, and grievances in relation to police record checks.
Find a Job - information about finding a job in education and early childhood sector. Covers school jobs, allied health professional jobs, sessional employment, Victorian Public Service jobs, graduate recruits, TAFE jobs and university and advice on seeking employment in early childhood.
Career in Education and Early Childhood Development - information on career opportunities in education and early childhood development, including how to establish a teaching career and scholarship and professional career opportunities.
Victorian Institute of Teaching - the independent statutory authority for the regulation and promotion of the teaching profession in Victoria. All practising Victorian school teachers must be registered by the Institute.