Alumni Opportunities

Alumni Opportunities

Campion College is regularly approached by institutions and employers from various industries who seek to advertise jobs and opportunities to our liberal arts graduates.

If you would like further information about the opportunities or if you would like to advertise opportunities to our graduates, please contact Tony Mattar, Alumni Relations Officer on (02) 9896 9314 or via alumniofficer@campion.edu.au


Angelorum College is an Independent College located in the heart of Brisbane, offering P-10 education either onsite or via distance education. We provide Catholic families education that is Australian curriculum compliant with a Liberal Arts flavour wherever possible.

We are seeking mature, flexible teachers who are willing to use their initiative to develop and implement learning in a multi age class setting. You will be part of a highly skilled team of professionals who seek to live out the school motto to ‘Serve Him in Holiness’ (Luke 1:75). This may include opportunities to teach Latin across all year levels.

We are currently seeking expressions of interest for our 2022 and 2023 academic years. Applicants can be considered whilst still completing their Master of Teaching or final year of their Bachelor of Education via applying to the Qld College of Teachers for a ‘Permission to Teach’ exemption.https://www.qct.edu.au/registration/other-approval-permission-to-teach

Please contact the Principal, Lucy Robinson via email.lucy.robinson@angelorum.qld.edu.au to register your expression of interest and attach a current cv which includes a member of the clergy as a referee.

Aid to the Church in Need is an international Catholic foundation that provides spiritual and pastoral charity. The organisation is not funded by Church or Government but is completely reliant on its 500,000 benefactors worldwide who collectively raise $200 million each year for over 5000 projects in 150 countries.

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Job opportunity: Diocesan Outreach Assistants

The role of the Diocesan Outreach Assistant is to share the work of Aid to the Church in Need across Australia through the delivery of ten parish presentations across the course of a year (an average of one per month).

The primary tasks of the Diocesan Outreach Assistant are:

  • To Raise awareness of the suffering and persecuted Church by sharing the stories of our brothers and sisters who suffer or are persecuted for their faith. The DOA will encourage parishioners to sign up to receive the ACN’s Newsletter.
  • To invite parishioners to pray for the persecuted and suffering Church.
  • To inspire parishioners to take action to support the suffering Church and to join ACN in its journey to keep the faith alive.

The Diocesan Outreach Assistant is offered a stipend per weekend of presentations which involve talk preparation, stock ordering, data processing, liaising with parishes to arrange presentations, travel time and the delivery of the talk.

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To apply for the position of Diocesan Outreach Assistant please email your CV with a cover letter outlining:

  • The reason you are applying for this role
  • Any relevant experience, whether paid or voluntary
  • Any facts about yourself that might assist your application

Email your application directly to:

Cecilia Figueroa
Outreach Coordinator
Aid to the Church in Need Australia


Please note there is no formal closing date for this position. Early applications are encouraged and suitable candidates may be shortlisted as applications are received.

For more information on the position, contact Cecilia via email or by phoning 1800 101 201.


Job opportunity: Benefactor Support Officer

Aid to the Church in Need is advertising for a full-time position to work out of their national office in Penrith. The role assists with the processing of donations and communicating with donors. Part-time positions may be considered for students who demonstrate potential to succeed in the role.

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The Archdiocese of Canberra and Goulburn ministers to 163,000 Catholics across 55 parishes. The fruits of the Archdiocesan mission can be seen throughout various ministries and services. Many are serving in education, with 1,700 teachers reaching 21,000 school children in 56 Catholic schools.

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Job opportunity: Journalist 

The Catholic Archdiocese of Canberra and Goulburn are currently recruiting for a Journalist. The position is full-time and based in Canberra; however, the Archdiocese is open to employing several part-timers to make up the hours. They are after an energetic and effective team player who has a keen eye for detail and can put a story together with speed and style.

Key Duties:

  • Research and conduct interviews that engage and interest readers.
  • Write original stories and take photos for print and online platforms.
  • Work with the Editorial Team to develop interesting content.
  • Develop contacts in a bid to find stories and engage across the Archdiocese and beyond
  • Attend out-of-hours functions as required

Campion College Graduates are highly recommended to apply.

Please contact Communications Manager Mrs Jeanine Doyle either via mobile (0409498382) or email (Jeanine.Doyle@cg.org.au) for more information on the application process.


In 2022, we’re looking to add to our team of staff members. If you find the rural life attractive, as well as the opportunity to inspire young people to love truth, goodness and beauty, then apply by emailing Ben McCabe at:

benmccabe@augustineacademy.com.au, 0450 729 077
Roles that are available include residential assistance, administrative work, cooking and teaching.

Campus location: 1757 Goobarragandra Road, Goobarragandra.
Accommodation and meals will be provided.

Ben McCabe

Augustine Academy Director

Miriam Makowiecki (Class of 2013) is establishing a database of classically educated tutors for homeschooling families. Please get in touch if you have a passion for classical education, want to work from home with flexible hours and have an interested in teaching one or many subjects to a range of age levels. For all questions and details, please contact 0418 498 542 or email magistra.miriam@gmail.com

Consulting firms solve the problems of the future faced by business, governments and not-for-profit clients through advising and implementing policy, business transformations and integrating technology into solutions. Liberal arts graduates are best placed to bring human experience perspectives to existing and emerging challenges faced across industry and government.

A number of Campion alumni are either currently working in consulting firms or have connections who may be able to provide referral opportunities. Our Alumni Relations Officer would be happy to connect you with these alumni.

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KPMG | Deloitte | EY | PwC | Accenture

Thinking about starting your own business? The Entrepreneurship Facilitator Service is a free service funded by the Australian Government. Receive tailored mentoring and assistance including help developing your business idea, access to small business services and networking, support with business registration/licences and invitations to local workshops and events.

Contact Nicole Kavadias, Sydney South-West on 0447 307 589. Nicole works across two Sydney offices and is happy to connect via Zoom for those living further afield.

Sky News Australia is an Australian 24-hour cable and satellite channel available on the Foxtel and Optus Television subscription platforms. The platform is owned by News Corp Australia.

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Job opportunity: Digital News Producer

Sky News is currently looking to fill three Digital News Producer roles. Six Campion Alumni have successfully commenced at Sky News within the past year.

Resumes and cover letters should be emailed directly to Jack.Houghton@skynews.com.au. The positions will commence on 1 June 2021.

Job Description:

The Digital News Producer role would suit someone who is entrenched in political news and has the ability to multi-task to ensure Sky News is breaking news stories across the significant and high-reaching suite of platforms that the Digital News Producer is responsible for.

We are looking for someone who is digitally savvy and passionate about video being an ideal way to consume engaging online news.

Your responsibilities:

  • Understands the immediacy of the digital and television news environments and how best to leverage broadcast content for digital assets.
  • Be able to identify newsworthy opinion and interview content from our television channels and ensure this is delivered to our online audience quickly and accurately to drive this content into the news cycle
  • Has a keen and broad news sense, being able to identify stories which will travel well online and quickly convert broadcast content into digital-ready video for online and social media, leveraging all of the platforms at their disposal to turn a Sky News interview or exclusive into a national news story.
  • A news-junkie, obsessed with news and politics – and has a strong understanding of the current global landscape and national issues.

The candidate is able to take initiative and work autonomously, as well as take direction on priorities and editorial style, closely following strict network guidelines on style.

While experience in a fast-paced newsroom or video based media company is advantageous, the most important attribute is a keen interest in high quality journalism and the drive to grow Sky News output in terms of quantity and quality.

St Mary MacKillop College is an independent Catholic school based in Wagga. The school has a strong Catholic ethos and members of the Conventual Sisters of St Dominic have taught at the school since its opening in 2006. Please contact Sr M Luka for further details.

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St Philomena School is an independent traditional Catholic School in Brisbane, run by the Fathers of the Society of St Pius X. St Philomena School is constantly seeking to make contact with good teachers who want to lead students to a knowledge and love Jesus Christ and academic excellence. Teachers who are familiar with a classical curriculum, or who are ready to commit to implementing such a curriculum, are necessary to help the school fulfil its vision of education. If you are such a teacher, you are invited to submit an expression of interest, including a cover letter and resume to deputy.principal@stphilomena.qld.edu.au

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Toowoomba Christian College is an independent Christian school in the liberal arts tradition. Please contact Sr M Luka for further details.

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