Are you a passionate Christian educator?

Want to work with us?

We have staff from all walks of life in many different faculties.

Established in 1998, Penrith Anglican College seeks to nurture and develop empowered learners with strength of character who know and follow Christ and serve others. Throughout its history, the College has established itself as a place of academic rigour and care, producing graduates who reflect the College's values of compassion, integrity, courage, humility and perseverance. We are experiencing continued, strong enrolment growth across the College as we increase the number of streams in Primary and Secondary.

Requirements

All employment applications must include a reference from the applicant’s Minister of Religion. A valid Working with Children Check Number is also required and must be provided at the time of application.

In order to apply for a position with the College, please complete the relevant Employment Application Form and sign a Statement of Faith.

Technologies Teacher - Computing

Role includes Stage 6 Enterprise Computing, Software Engineering classes

Permanent Full Time commencing Term 3, 2024 or by negotiation

Role Summary

Technologies Teachers are responsible for designing and delivering innovative teaching programs aligned to Penrith Anglican College Learning Culture, policies, and practices. With a strong focus on a diverse range of practical experiences to develop knowledge and understanding of contemporary and advancing technologies and their impact on individuals, society and the environment, Technologies Teachers work as part of a team to nurture and develop learners who are relational, reflective, resilient, and resourceful. They are committed to continuous improvement and the pursuit of excellence.

Applications close Wednesday 3 July at 9am.

Mathematics Teacher

Permanent Full Time commencing Term 1, 2025

Role Summary

Mathematics Teachers are responsible for designing and delivering innovative teaching programs aligned with Penrith Anglican College Learning Culture, policies, and practices. They support students in developing their knowledge, understanding and skills in mathematics and working mathematically. Mathematics Teachers encourage mathematical thinking through questioning, communicating, reasoning, and reflecting and help students generalise, find connections, and think critically and creatively, using appropriate technology to support mathematical activity. Mathematics Teachers work as part of a team to nurture and develop learners who are relational, reflective, resilient, and resourceful. They are committed to continuous improvement and the pursuit of excellence.

Applications close 9am Friday 19 July 2024.

English Teacher

Full time permanent commencing Term 3 2024.

This role is available due to Maternity Leave but as the College is experiencing rapid growth, the position will be a permanent appointment.

Role Summary

English Teachers are responsible for designing and delivering innovative teaching programs aligned to Penrith Anglican College’s Learning Culture, policies, and practices. They develop student language and literature skills through activities involving speaking and listening, reading and writing, and viewing and representing. Through the teaching of English, teachers support students to learn about the power, value and art of the English language for communication, learning and enjoyment, as well as enable students to become confident communicators and critical and imaginative thinkers. English Teachers work as part of a team to nurture and develop learners who are relational, reflective, resilient, and resourceful. They are committed to continuous improvement and the pursuit of excellence.

Applications will be accepted until the role is filled.

Head of Library Services

Full time permanent commencement date by negotiation.

Role Summary

The Head of Library Services is an important role in supporting teaching and learning at Penrith Anglican College. Overseeing three Library collections, the Head of Library Services should be an innovative and enthusiastic Teacher Librarian with the experience and ability to creatively lead and manage the operations, resources and programs of both the Primary and Secondary Libraries to promote literature appreciation and research skills and ensure the effective delivery of information services. They will support staff to nurture and develop empowered learners who are reflective, relational, resilient and resourceful.

Applications close when the position is filled.

Technologies Teacher Engineering Studies – Stage 6, Industrial Technology (Engineering), iSTEM, Design and Technology – Stage 5

Full time permanent commencement by negotiation.

Role Summary

Technologies Teachers are responsible for designing and delivering innovative teaching programs aligned with Penrith Anglican College’s Learning Culture, policies, and practices. Technologies Teachers develop students' knowledge and understanding of a range of different skills and concepts.

This role will have both Stage 5 and 6 Electives, with an Engineering focus, and Technology Mandatory Stage 4 classes. Experience in teaching Engineering would be preferable.

Technologies Teachers work as part of a team to nurture and develop learners who are relational, reflective, resilient, and resourceful. They are committed to continuous improvement and the pursuit of excellence.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Casual Teaching

If you are interested in Primary or Secondary casual teaching at Penrith Anglican College, please complete the Application for Employment and Statement of Faith and send them together with your curriculum vitae, including three references (one must be from your Minister of Religion) and a valid Working with Children Check Number to applications@penrith.nsw.edu.au.