Working at SPC

Working at St Patrick’s College Strathfield means joining a proudly Catholic school in the Edmund Rice Tradition. We are a community of highly motivated, passionate, professional and experienced individuals who are known for our exclusivity, expertise, and dedication to our students, education and each other.

The College is committed to creating exciting and stimulating learning opportunities for both staff and students, centered on the development of the whole person. Through staff participation in pastoral care, co-curricular, professional learning and formation experiences, we seek to foster and nurture our staff in their professional and personal development.


Positions Vacant

The College has the following positions available: 

Administration Coordinator

Applications are invited from suitably qualified people for the following permanent full-time position commencing January 2018.

The Administration Coordinator has responsibility for the effective daily organisation of the College.

Work within the role of Administration Coordinator will be consistent with the vision of Edmund Rice Education Australia (EREA), the Mission Statement of the College and with Catholic teachings, principles and values. Loyalty to the Principal and the Executive Team is an essential element of this role.

The Administration Coordinator, together with the Principal and Deputy Principal, is responsible for the implementation of processes and procedures that enable an effective management, operation and organisation of the College. Liaison with all members of the College is an essential feature of this role. Key responsibilities include: working collaboratively with staff, organisation of replacement teachers for absent staff, allocating room changes, organising rosters and being a presence for staff and students around the College.

For a full role description, essential criteria and application details please click here.

Closing Date: Sunday 16 July 2017

Religious education coordinator

Applications are invited from suitably qualified people for the following permanent full-time position commencing January 2018.

The position of Studies Coordinator – Religious Education is a Middle Management position of responsibility within the College. The Studies Coordinator is a member of the Curriculum Team. The appointment of a person to this position within St Patrick’s College is made by the College Principal.

The Studies Coordinator, as a pre-eminent teacher, leads a delegated group of teachers in the pursuit of excellence in all areas of teaching and learning including content knowledge, teaching methodology, classroom management, assessment and reporting and professional development.

Work within the role of Studies Coordinator will be consistent with the vision of Edmund Rice Education Australia (EREA), the Mission and Vision of the College and with Catholic teachings, principles and values.

For a full role description, essential criteria and application details please click here.

Closing Date: Sunday 16 July 2017

TAS Teacher

Temporary Full-Time Position commencing Monday 9 October to Friday 7 December 2017.

A commitment to the Catholic ethos of the College and involvement in the co-curricular program are essential conditions of employment.

Applicants for these positions are asked to ensure the following documentation is submitted by the due date:

  1. A one page letter addressed to the Principal, outlining reasons for your interest in the position.
  2. A current Curriculum Vitae including Working with Children Check number, date of birth for Working with Children Check verification, qualifications, experience, academic transcripts and three referees, including current employer to:

The Principal

St Patrick’s College

Private Mail Bag 1

STRATHFIELD

Or employment@spc.nsw.edu.au – MS Word and PDF attachments are preferred.

In accordance with Child Protection legislation, all people seeking child-related employment are required to complete a Working with Children Check clearance prior to employment at the College.

Closing Date: Sunday 16 July 2017

PDHPE TEACHER

Temporary Full-Time Position commencing Monday 9 October to Friday 7 December 2017.

A commitment to the Catholic ethos of the College and involvement in the co-curricular program are essential conditions of employment.

Applicants for these positions are asked to ensure the following documentation is submitted by the due date:

  1. A one page letter addressed to the Principal, outlining reasons for your interest in the position.
  2. A current Curriculum Vitae including Working with Children Check number, date of birth for Working with Children Check verification, qualifications, experience, academic transcripts and three referees, including current employer to:

The Principal

St Patrick’s College

Private Mail Bag 1

STRATHFIELD

Or employment@spc.nsw.edu.au – MS Word and PDF attachments are preferred.

In accordance with Child Protection legislation, all people seeking child-related employment are required to complete a Working with Children Check clearance prior to employment at the College.

Closing Date: Sunday 16 July 2017

Stage 3 Casual Teachers
STAGE 4-6 CASUAL TEACHERS

Suitably qualified teachers are required to teach in the Junior School.

A commitment to the Catholic ethos of the College is an essential conditions of employment.

Apply in writing, including experience, qualifications, academic transcripts and at least 3 referees, including current employer to:

The Principal

St Patrick’s College

Private Mail Bag 1

STRATHFIELD

or employment@spc.nsw.edu.au – MS Word and PDF attachments are preferred.

Closing Date: Friday 4 August 2017

 

It is an offence under the NSW Child Protection (Prohibited Employment) Act 1998 for a person convicted of a serious sex offence to apply for these positions.

In accordance with new Child Protection legislation, all people seeking child-related employment are required to complete a Working with Children Check clearance prior to employment at the College. For information on the mandatory NSW Working With Children Check click here.