Join our Quest for Excellence with a team of committed professionals at one of Australia's oldest and most respected Colleges for boys. Great schools need great teachers and support staff with a desire to shape the lives of our future leaders.
All applicants must demonstrate positive support for our Christian values and for being a part of the Presbyterian GPS (Great Public Schools) community. It is compulsory that all applicants for child-related work complete a Prohibited Person Declaration and consent to the Working with Children check.
|Title||Job Description||Closing Date|
|Preparatory School Teacher (Brighton campus)||Job Descripton||Interviews ongoing.|
|Preparatory School Science Facilitator||Job Description||Interviews ongoing.|
|Administrative Assistant (Music Department)||Job Description||Interviews ongoing.|
|Casual Relief Teacher (Glengarry campus)||Job Description||Interviews ongoing.|
|TAS Assistant||Job Description||Interviews ongoing.|
|Science Teacher - Biology or Chemistry||Job Description||Sunday 6 August|
|Senior Agriculture Teacher||Job Description||Tuesday 8 August|
|French Teacher||Job Description||Tuesday 8 August|
|Outdoor Educator (Glengarry campus) - Term 4 start, two positions available||Job Description||Monday 14 August|
To apply for a position at The Scots College, complete the online job application form.
The Scots College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
For all enquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gap Staff Opportunities
The Scots College offers two gap placements for each semester:
- Two positions in Term 1 from the end of January until the end of Term 2 in June
- Two positions in Term 3 from July until the end of Term 4 in December
We do not offer whole year placements.
We look for young men that have initiative, drive, maturity, an outgoing nature and are hard workers as well as reliable and self-motivated. The role involves coaching Sport for half the time, and in the remaining time, helping out in the Senior and Preparatory Schools. Some of this time will be in class, assisting in areas of particular interest to the individual in the role. This could involve Languages, Drama, Design and Technology or any other subject.
We aim for the role to be varied, interesting, rewarding and productive. Much time is spent with the students at the College, so being a confident 'people person' is a must.
If you are interested in applying for a position, please send your Curriculum Vitae and a covering letter to email@example.com. The letter should be 250 words and outline why you believe you have the qualities needed for the role.