We employ dedicated and passionate professionals who become part of our global Augustinian community; living our core values of Truth, Love and Community. We recognise, value and nurture the contribution of all staff at the College, as we strive to ensure the formation, wellbeing and success of our students.

Your Career with St Augustine’s College

"As long as I am a good teacher, I will continue being a student."

(Saint Augustine).

The College is situated on Sydney’s Northern Beaches and is an energetic and vibrant workplace, with engaging learning and work spaces. 

Staff are encouraged and supported to undertake opportunities for personal and professional growth, as we recognise the value of lifelong learning.  In our professional learning community, we celebrate the journey in the pursuit of truth through knowledge and understanding. We seek the fulfilment of mind and heart as we engage with the core values as part of our mission; Veritas, Caritas and Communitas.

Our employees are creative, reflective and critical thinkers who are role models to those in our community. Our staff are leaders who serve delivering best practices while modelling strong, positive relationships.

Our People

We employ staff who are committed to developing the academic, social and spiritual formation of our young men. We foster an environment where students feel secure, supported and encouraged to believe in themselves and the power of learning.  

The College attracts and develops high quality practitioners who nurture young men of competence, conscience and compassion. Our expert teachers adopt evidence based strategies and embrace continual professional learning. We are passionate about fostering a culture of continuous improvement and work collaboratively in the pursuit of excellence.  

Staff Benefits

We recognise that our staff are at the heart of the College and have a vital impact on student performance in collaboration with parents and guardians. Wellbeing, job satisfaction, career opportunities and professional learning are just some of the reasons why our teachers choose St Augustine’s College.

Some of our staff benefits include:

  • Diverse Professional Learning opportunities
  • Staff scholarships
  • Induction support
  • Access to Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • Weekly staff lunch
  • Weekly Mass
  • Access to College activities including gym, boxing and yoga
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Positions Available:

Teacher of TAS

Full Time, Temporary position

About the Role
• Commencing 24 January 2019
• Northern Beaches location
• Temporary, Full-time position 

Must have sound knowledge and understanding of the following stages of learning:
• Stage 4, 5 and 6

About You
• Dynamic and exemplary classroom practitioner.
• Demonstrated ability to lead teaching and learning.
• Ability to work effectively with an established team of successful practitioners.
• Required qualifications to teach in NSW schools.
• Work effectively with the Faculty Coordinator implementing the aims and practices of the faculty and College, and be willing to contribute to its academic, spiritual and co-curricular life.
• A commitment to the Augustinian and Catholic ethos of the College is a condition of employment.
• Child Protection legislation applies, including a current Working with Children Check.

If you require further information regarding this position, please contact: 

Danielle Stanway, Assistant Principal – Staff, on 02 9938 8254. 

Applications and curriculum vitae, including qualification transcripts and the name and contact details for three referees should be addressed to:

Jonathan Byrne
College Principal
St Augustine's College, Sydney

Applications should be submitted in PDF format via the application form below.

Teacher of Drama

Part- time position

About the Role
• Commencing 24 January 2019
• Northern Beaches location
• Part-time position, 3 days per week 


Must have sound knowledge and understanding of the following stages of learning:
• Stage 4, 5 and 6

About You
• Dynamic and exemplary classroom practitioner.
• Demonstrated ability to lead teaching and learning.
• Ability to work effectively with an established team of successful practitioners.
• Required qualifications to teach in NSW schools.
• Work effectively with the Faculty Coordinator implementing the aims and practices of the faculty and College, and be willing to contribute to its academic, spiritual and co-curricular life.
• A commitment to the Augustinian and Catholic ethos of the College is a condition of employment.
• Child Protection legislation applies, including a current Working with Children Check.


If you require further information regarding this position, please contact: 

Danielle Stanway, Assistant Principal – Staff, on 02 9938 8254. 


Applications and curriculum vitae, including qualification transcripts and the name and contact details for three referees should be addressed to:

Jonathan Byrne
College Principal
St Augustine's College, Sydney

Applications should be submitted in PDF format via the application form below.

Closing Date: Monday 15 October 2018

Professional Learning Co-ordinator

Full-time position

About the role

• Full time, permanent position
• 4 Point Co-ordinator 
• Commencing Term 1, 2019

The role of the Professional Learning Co-ordinator is to provide effective leadership in all aspects of professional learning within the College. This is a pivotal role in delivering the vision and mission of the College to improve the educational outcomes of students. The successful applicant will be responsible for the creation and implementation of a vision for contemporary learning that aligns student learning needs and staff professional development. 

About You

The successful applicant will: 

• Have demonstrated ability to drive whole school learning.
• Be a strong leader of teachers and an excellent leader and role model for all teaching staff.
• Have an extensive pedagogical knowledge base and understanding of what affects students’ opportunities to learn, as well as how learning and teaching can be enhanced.
• Understand how to differentiate learning to cater for the diverse range of learners.
• Understand learning frameworks, teaching practices and the delivery of assessment and feedback.
• Promote the importance of authentic learning and teaching in context of the Australian Curriculum.
• Facilitate an effective culture of collaboration for growth in best practice teaching. 
• Be committed to the continual improvement of teacher practice, including their own.
• Work creatively and constructively within a range of 'communities' both inside and beyond the College.

The successful applicant will also possess the following skills and/or experience: 

• Capacity to identify, implement, support and manage the professional learning needs of staff.
• Ability to identify the need for change and initiate and manage it effectively in accordance with the College vision and mission.
• Demonstrated depth of knowledge of contemporary pedagogy as it relates to curriculum, assessment and reporting. 
• Ability to engage in data-based, research driven decision making.
• Ability to work collaboratively in support of the College Leadership Team.
• High level organisational and communication skills.
• Be willing to contribute to the College’s academic, spiritual and co-curricular life.
• Ability to commit to the Augustinian and Catholic ethos of the College.
• The required qualifications to teach in NSW schools.

A Master of Education degree would be advantageous.
Child Protection legislation applies, including a current Working with Children Check.

For more information about this position please contact Danielle Stanway on 9938 8254.

Applications and curriculum vitae, including qualification transcripts and the name and contact details for three referees should be addressed to:

Jonathan Byrne
College Principal
St Augustine's College, Sydney

Applications should be submitted in PDF format via the online application form below.

Closing Date: Monday 8 October 2018

Teacher of Mathematics

Full-time position

About the Role
• Commencing 24 January 2019
• Northern Beaches location
• Full-time position 
Must have sound knowledge and understanding of the following stages of learning:
• Stage 4, 5 and 6

About You
• Dynamic and exemplary classroom practitioner.
• Demonstrated ability to lead teaching and learning.
• Ability to work effectively with an established team of successful practitioners.
• Required qualifications to teach in NSW schools.
• Work effectively with the Faculty Coordinator implementing the aims and practices of the faculty and College, and be willing to contribute to its academic, spiritual and co-curricular life.
• A commitment to the Augustinian and Catholic ethos of the College is a condition of employment.
• Child Protection legislation applies, including a current Working with Children Check.

If you require further information regarding this position, please contact: 

Danielle Stanway, Assistant Principal – Staff, on 02 9938 8254. 

Applications and curriculum vitae, including qualification transcripts and the name and contact details for three referees should be addressed to:

Jonathan Byrne
College Principal
St Augustine's College, Sydney

Applications should be submitted in PDF format via the online application form below.

Closing date: Wednesday 24 October 2018

Teacher of Business Studies/Economics (re-advertised)

Full-time position

About the Role
• Commencing 24 January 2019
• Northern Beaches location
• Full-time position 
Must have sound knowledge and understanding of the following stages of learning:
• Stage 4, 5 and 6

About You
• Dynamic and exemplary classroom practitioner.
• Demonstrated ability to lead teaching and learning.
• Ability to work effectively with an established team of successful practitioners.
• Required qualifications to teach in NSW schools.
• Work effectively with the Faculty Coordinator implementing the aims and practices of the faculty and College, and be willing to contribute to its academic, spiritual and co-curricular life.
• A commitment to the Augustinian and Catholic ethos of the College is a condition of employment.
• Child Protection legislation applies, including a current Working with Children Check.

If you require further information regarding this position, please contact: 

Danielle Stanway, Assistant Principal – Staff, on 02 9938 8254. 

Applications and curriculum vitae, including qualification transcripts and the name and contact details for three referees should be addressed to:

Jonathan Byrne
College Principal
St Augustine's College, Sydney


Applications should be submitted in PDF format via the online application form below.

Assistant ICT Manager

Full-time position

We are seeking a highly motivated and enthusiastic Assistant ICT Manager to join our ICT Team. The position is suited to someone who has an excellent track record and significant experience in providing ICT technical support in ICT, preferably within a school environment. This position combines network oversight and management of back-end systems with day-to-day support of students and staff. We are seeking someone with a passion and enthusiasm for innovative ICT developments in order to meet the challenge of continuous improvement across the College. This is a new position within the ICT Team and is considered pivotal in reaching the College’s strategic goals.

About the Role
• Assist in co-ordinating ICT infrastructure projects to ensure that the College is at the forefront of technological developments.
• Assist the ICT Manager in the leadership of ICT within the College.
• Supervise the ICT Services team to ensure efficiency in technology support.
• Recommend changes in the College’s ICT hardware, software and/or systems.
• Collaborate with ICT Manager and key vendor(s) to ensure smooth operation of all College ICT Systems.
• Manage the initiation, design and implementation of system changes.
• Assist in the provision of objective and accurate feedback and reports as required.
• Support and develop the IT skills for all staff including the provision of informal training.

Essential Qualifications
• Current MCSE, MCTS or MCITP or equivalent demonstrated experience.
• 3-5 years’ experience in IT Technical Management.

Knowledge & Skills
• Demonstrated knowledge of server and client hardware and software, including Windows server, PC & MacOS X operating systems.
• Excellent fault diagnosis skills.
• Microsoft Level 3 (SCCM, Exchange, Office365).
• Infrastructure backup and disaster recovery.
• Firewalls.
• Security (Active Directory, group policy management).
• Linux and OSX and iOS.
• Virtualisation technologies.
• VOIP deployment and management.
• Implementation of cloud hosting services (Azure or AWS).

The successful applicant will demonstrate a commitment to the Augustinian and Catholic ethos of the College as a condition of employment. Child Protection legislation applies, including a current Working with Children Check. 

For further information regarding this position, please contact: Danielle Stanway, Assistant Principal - Staff on (02) 9938 8254.

Applications and curriculum vitae, including qualification transcripts and the name and contact details for three referees should be addressed to: 

Jonathan Byrne
College Principal
St Augustine's College, Sydney

Applications should be submitted in PDF format via the online application form below.

Apply:

To apply for a position, please complete and submit via the online form below:

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Further information...

Working With Children Check
Privacy Policy / Obligations
Ability to Work in Australia
Additional Contact Information

Working With Children Check

A current Working with Children Check clearance is a prerequisite for all new employees and eligible volunteers prior to commencing child-related employment. Ongoing employment also requires that a WWCC is maintained.

Further information can be found at the Office of the Children’s Guardian.

Privacy Policy / Obligations

Our privacy policy details how we comply with the requirements of the Privacy Act in the handling of personal information during the recruitment process.

By submitting an application to the College, you are consenting to the collection, use and disclosure of your information as set out in our Privacy Policy

Ability to Work in Australia

Applicants must be legally able to work in Australia.

Additional Contact Information

For further information regarding any of the above positions or the application process, please email recruitment@saintaug.nsw.edu.au 

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