Teachers employed by the College are paid base salaries in accordance with the St Aloysius' College, Milsons Point (Teachers) Enterprise Agreement 2011 - 2014. The base salaries in this agreement are determined by a teacher's qualifications and years of teaching service.
Teaching and General Staff
With each position, the College seeks to appoint an enthusiastic and dedicated teacher. Successful applicants will be dynamic classroom teachers able to actively engage boys in their learning. The ability to work collaboratively in respective faculty areas is also essential.
The College also seeks the following attributes of its teaching staff:-
- Acceptance of Catholic and Jesuit ethos and values
- Familiarity with relevant NSW syllabus documentation and Institute’s professional standards
- Sound ICT skills for both teaching and learning
- Participation in the College's co-curricular and pastoral programmes
Applicants must complete the appropriate Application Form above and submit it along with copies of all documentation requested by the College or provided by you.
Applications, addressed to the Rector, must be received VIA EMAIL ONLY by the closing date specified in the advertisement. Email applications to email@example.com
Activity Coaches, Managers, Tutors, Others
Persons who perform an Activity as a "Recreational Pursuit" or "Hobby"
Activity Coaches, Tutors, Others
Persons who perform an Activity as a business and present an "ABN" and Tax Invoices
Visiting Instrumental Tutors
Preferred applicants will be subject to background screening as required by law and determined by the College. This process is standard practice for the engagement of all new persons who work with the College.
The College is an equal opportunity employer.
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
The College reserves the right to fill roles by invitation.
If you are unsuccessful, information that you provide the College in your application will be kept confidential and held for up to six months after which it will be destroyed.