CLAREMONT COLLEGE

Employment

Claremont College is a great place to work. We promote a respectful and positive work environment and culture. Our goal is to attract and retain outstanding, dedicated and passionate employees characterised by professionalism, teamwork, creativity, loyalty, humour, Christian values and a commitment to caring for students and each other.

Claremont College employs approximately 55 full-time and part-time members of staff. Our teachers are supported by Teaching and Learning Assistants, support and administrative staff, an IT team and a Property Manager.

About Claremont College and the opportunities for you:

  • Architect award winning open learning spaces 
  • Exceptional teaching facilities and resources 
  • Well researched methods of co-teaching pedagogy 
  • An Eastern Suburbs location, close to Coogee Beach, where some learning spaces have ocean views 
  • A short distance from the CBD 
  • Professional growth through substantial professional learning 
  • Our school’s Strategic Plan focusses on Staff Well-being, supporting leadership development at all levels, teacher accreditation and career pathways 
  • Innovative workplace that seeks to provide you with opportunities for your professional learning 
  • An exceptional school culture where you are valued and made to feel welcome from day 1 
  • You will engage with parents and students who are passionate about education and their school community 
  • Your contribution as a member of a dedicated and inspiring team will be valued as we make a difference in children’s lives and in our community. 

All applications should be accompanied by the applicable Employment Form below:

Current Positions

Description of the job can be found here.

Casual Positions

We welcome applications for Casual Teachers for day to day employment.

In line with recent changes to legislation, all applicants will be required to provide a Working With Children Check (WWCC) number as part of the application process.  If you haven’t already applied for a WWCC number, please visit http://www.kids.nsw.gov.au/Working-with-children/New-Working-with-Children-Check for information regarding the procedure to apply for one.

100 Point Identification Check Information

Please click on the above links for further information regarding the job description and application requirements.

To apply for the any positions at Claremont College, applications including a full CV and the names of three confidential referees (one being the minister of the church you attend) should be forwarded to:

The Principal, Claremont College
30 Coogee Bay Road, Randwick NSW 2031

Please contact the office on (02) 9399 3217 for further information, or submit your CV if you are interested in other employment opportunities.