Why work with us

Trinity offers a varied, challenging and rewarding professional environment.

Working at Trinity Anglican College

Trinity Anglican College believes that its staff, both teaching and non-teaching, are its most valuable resource. The College nurtures a dynamic professional learning community that celebrates creativity, engagement, and critical thinking. We believe in the power of diversity and inclusion, in addition to mutual respect and trust.

At the College, we work together to create a nurturing workplace with opportunity for growth, development, and success, which is dedicated to attracting and retaining talented and motivated people, chosen to lead and support our students on their educational journey.
All teachers are fully involved in the academic, pastoral and co-curricular life of the students, as are many of the non-teaching staff.

Our staff are encouraged to strive to be their best and have the opportunity to make a real difference in our community. Everyone who works at Trinity shares the same goal: to educate, inspire and prepare the next generation for their future.

Trinity offers a varied, challenging and rewarding professional environment.

Trinity Anglican College strives to be an Employer of Choice and as such offers the following:

  • A vibrant and rewarding place in which to work
  • Excellent grounds and resources
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Guided Professional Learning for teaching staff to maintain professional registration standards
  • opportunities for internal career progression
  • Professional Learning financial support for teaching and non-teaching staff
  • Salary Sacrificing
  • Complimentary on-site car parking

Trinity Anglican College supports the principles of Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) and we are committed to ensuring that all people practices are conducted in a manner that secures fair and equal treatment for all employees and all potential employees. This is done without discrimination, patronage, or favouritism.

  • Teachers are employed under the Independent School NSW/ACT Standards Model (Teachers) Multi-Enterprise Agreement 2017
  • Non-Teachers are employed under the Independent School NSW (Support and Operational Staff) Multi-Enterprise Agreement 2017

Requirements to work at Trinity

All applicants must be eligible to work in Australia – i.e. hold an appropriate Australian or New Zealand work visa, if you are not a citizen.

All teaching staff must hold a teaching qualification recognised by the NSW Department of Education, e.g. Diploma of Teaching, Diploma of Education or Bachelor of Education, and have current registration with NESSA. We require teaching staff to have a Current First Aid qualification.

Trinity is the home for those who care.

Our location

Trinity Anglican College is located in Thurgoona (a suburb of Albury) on the NSW and Victoria border. It is a thriving, culturally rich, diverse and active community.

Our region is blessed with a beautiful natural environment located on the Murray River and a short distance from the impressive Lake Hume. Both Albury and Wodonga have extensive tracks and trails for walking, running or cycling, chic cafes and restaurants, galleries and museums, plus we are a short-drive to many charming historic towns and wineries.

If you’re looking for a tree-change with fresh air, a positive work environment with professional development opportunities - come join our team and become a member of our welcoming and supportive community.

How to apply

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

Step 1
Please read the position description

Step 2.

  • Email your current resume and a cover letter detailing why you believe you are suitable for the position, outlining your skills and experience relevant to the role.
  • Please ensure your resume is up to date and includes current referee information. We require at least two referees who are your current or previous direct supervisors.
  • Complete the personnel documentation
  • Applications close at 4pm on the closing date.

Step 3.
Receipt of electronic applications will be acknowledged within 48 hours.

Step 4.
We will contact you should we require additional information in support of your application. If you are short-listed we will contact you directly to arrange an interview time.
It is Trinity Anglican College's policy to notify all applicants on the status of an application whether you are successful in gaining an interview or not.