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Working at Trinity

At Trinity Anglican College, we deeply value our staff, both teaching and non-teaching, as our most precious resource. We foster a dynamic professional learning community that celebrates creativity, engagement, and critical thinking. Our core beliefs revolve around the power of diversity, inclusion, mutual respect, and trust.

Within our college, we collaborate to cultivate a nurturing work environment that provides opportunities for growth, development, and success. We are dedicated to attracting and retaining talented individuals who are passionate about leading and supporting our students on their educational journey. Every staff member, whether in a teaching or non-teaching role, actively participates in the academic, pastoral, and co-curricular life of our students.

We encourage our staff to strive for excellence and empower them to make a genuine impact on our community. Our shared goal is to educate, inspire, and prepare the next generation for their future endeavours.

Trinity offers a diverse, challenging, and rewarding professional environment. As an Employer of Choice, we provide the following benefits:

  • A vibrant and fulfilling workplace

  • Excellent grounds and resources

  • Employee Assistance Program

  • Guided Professional Learning to maintain teaching staff's professional registration standards

  • Opportunities for internal career progression

  • Professional Learning financial support for both teaching and non-teaching staff

  • Salary Sacrificing

  • Complimentary on-site car parking

  • Fee concessions for members of staff with children at our school

We are committed to the principles of Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) and ensure that all employment practices are conducted fairly and equitably, without any form of discrimination, patronage, or favouritism.

All staff are employed under the Anglican Schools Commission Inc. NSW Enterprise Agreement 2023.

Requirements for working at Trinity include eligibility to work in Australia, either as an Australian or New Zealand citizen or holding an appropriate work visa. Teaching staff must possess a teaching qualification recognised by the NSW Department of Education, such as a Diploma of Teaching, Diploma of Education, or Bachelor of Education, along with current registration with NESA. We also require teaching staff to hold a current First Aid qualification.

At Trinity, we are a home for those who care. Join our compassionate and dedicated team as we make a difference in the lives of our students and community.

Our Location

Trinity Anglican College is situated in the vibrant suburb of Thurgoona, which is located on the border of New South Wales and Victoria, near Albury. Our College is nestled in a thriving, culturally rich, diverse, and active community.

Our region is blessed with a picturesque natural environment, surrounded by the stunning Murray River and just a short distance from the impressive Lake Hume. Both Albury and Wodonga offer an array of tracks and trails for walking, running, or cycling, as well as trendy cafes, restaurants, galleries, museums, and charming historic towns and wineries within a short drive.

If you're seeking a tree-change, with fresh air and a positive work environment that provides professional development opportunities, we invite you to join our team and become a valued member of our welcoming and supportive community.

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