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Current opportunities

Trinity Anglican College regularly advertises for staff to join our community in both teaching and support roles. All positions vacant are advertised here on our website, these will appear below as they become available.

Music Teacher - Years 7 to 12
Junior School Teacher - Kindergarten / Year 1 or Year 2 (Fixed Term)
Casual Replacement Teacher (CRT)

Music Teacher - Years 7 to 12

The role 

Teachers are responsible for providing quality content and continuity of learning experiences for students; the delivery of best quality programs, teaching and learning activities and the achievement of student outcomes for all students within the subject area. 

The Music Teacher at Trinity Anglican College is a passionate and proficient educator with the ability to teach Music across all stages, including HSC Music. 

A love of teaching and learning, initiative, an optimistic outlook, great organisational skills, excellent interpersonal skills and a commitment to professional learning are all pre-requisites for the position.


  • A recognised teaching qualification with a specialisation in Music or related field.  

  • Current NESA Accreditation or ability to obtain accreditation (if applying from interstate). 

  • Current Working with Children Check (WWCC) and National Coordinated Criminal History Check (NCCHC)

  • Current First Aid certificate is desirable. 


  • Teaching qualifications and experience with a specialisation in Music. 

  • Post-graduate studies in Music is highly desirable .

  • Experience teaching Music to a wide variety of year groups, including Stage 6. 

  • Experience in a faith-based school setting and a willingness to support and contribute to the Anglican ethos and values of Trinity Anglican College.

  • Attendance at appropriate professional development activities relating to teaching.

  • Experience and knowledge of current practices in Music education and trends.

  • Awareness of NESA syllabus documents and proposed changes in Music.

Key Selection Criteria   

The Key Selection Criteria used to select the Music Teacher – Senior School (Years 7-12) and to be addressed in the application are:

  • Qualifications in, and experience teaching, Music up to and including Stage 6. 

  • Evidence of effective and engaging teaching strategies, with demonstrated ability to cater teaching to the individual needs of students. 

  • Knowledge of current educational issues, particularly in Music education. 

  • Demonstrated ability to lead ensemble groups and/or productions in a school setting. 

  • Ability to make a positive contribution to a team in a school environment. 

  • Ability to plan, implement and review academic programs. 

  • Ability to communicate clearly and effectively. 

  • Demonstrated ability to work positively with staff and parents of the College.

How to apply

Your application must include a CV and cover letter addressing the Key Selection Criteria. These responses should outline how you meet the selection criteria, and each response should be no more than 150 words.

Please send your application to Applications for this position close on Friday 21 June at 5.00pm or sooner if a suitable candidate is identified

Junior School Teacher - Kindergarten / Year 1 or Year 2 (Fixed Term)

The role

The role of classroom teacher at Trinity Anglican College is a highly valued and rewarding position. Teachers in all year levels will work on growing the spiritual, academic, social, and emotional well-being of our greatest asset, our students.  

Classroom teachers in lower primary (Kindergarten or Year 1) classrooms will help students navigate their transition into a primary school setting, and ensure students and families are supported academically, socially, pastorally and spiritual.  

Our philosophy regarding successful reading instruction is that phonics is a key element in learning to read. The delivery of systematic, synthetic phonics through effective teaching methods will be integral to your teaching of reading. The College uses a structured literacy approach to support our delivery of English skills in classrooms. 

Contributing to the on-going development of teaching instruction by being involved in a shared learning culture of using research and evidence-based best practice pedagogies to inform growth in practice, is a rewarding part of a teacher at Trinity’s journey.  

The role of classroom teacher will see you deliver lessons across all NESA Key Learning Areas of English, Mathematics, Science and HSIE. There are also opportunities for teachers to deliver lessons in other domains including STEM, PDHPE, Visual Art, Music and Religious and Values Education.  

Teachers will work closely as a year level team, however, also forming part of the Stage Team. This team collaborates with colleagues across their stage as well as our specialist teachers for PDHPE, Visual Art, Music, STEM and RAVE. 

How to apply

Your application must include a CV and cover letter addressing five of the Key Selection Criteria. These responses should outline how you meet the selection criteria, and each response should be no more than 150 words.

Applications close 5.00pm Friday 28 June 2024 or earlier if a suitable candidate is identified.


Casual Replacement Teacher (CRT)

The role 

A Casual Replacement Teacher (CRT) will have similar responsibilities to a Teacher. They will have the qualifications and experience to deliver curriculum material provided for a class, facilitate a positive learning environment and will provide a duty of care to students in the absence of the regular Teacher. CRTs are engaged throughout the year on a casual basis to cover teacher absences.  The length of engagement may range from half a day through to periods up to 6 weeks, depending on the absence to be covered. 

Responsibilities and duties  

The key responsibilities of the role include (but are not limited to):  

  • Ability to deliver curriculum material to students, as provided by the absent Teacher  

  • Provide a duty of care for students whilst the regular Teacher is absent  

  • Create a learning environment that fosters a love of learning, encouraging each student to engage in the learning process  

  • Ensure standards in learning and behaviour are maintained by students both inside and outside the classroom  

  • Demonstrate the ability to work within and contribute effectively to a team  

  • Support the College’s mission, vision and values  

  • Undertake yard duty and other supervision duties as required 


  • Relevant Teaching Qualification  

  • Registration with NESA

  • First Aid Certificate 

How to apply

Send your CV and a cover letter to to join our team!

How to Apply

If you are interested in one of our current vacancies and would like to apply, please follow these simple steps:

  1. Take the time to thoroughly read the position description to gain a clear understanding of the role.

  2. Email your up-to-date resume and a well-crafted cover letter. In your cover letter, kindly explain why you believe you are suitable for the position, highlighting your relevant skills and experience. Please ensure that your resume includes current referee information, with at least two referees who can serve as your current or previous direct supervisors. Additionally, complete the required personnel documentation. Applications must be submitted by the closing date.

  3. Once we receive your electronic application, we will acknowledge receipt within 48 hours.

  4. Should we require any additional information to support your application, we will contact you directly. If you are short-listed, we will reach out to schedule an interview at a convenient time for both parties. It is our policy at Trinity Anglican College to provide notification to all applicants regarding the status of their application, whether they are successful in gaining an interview or not.

We appreciate your interest in joining our college community and look forward to receiving your application.