Working at Hills Grammar 

Hills Grammar seeks to appoint teaching and support staff who demonstrate the highest professional skills and the ability to passionately support the ethos of the School. Every member of staff actively contributes to the culture of the School and contributes towards the success of the core student learning programs: academic, student wellbeing and co-curricular.

Ongoing strategic professional development is a crucial component of achieving high quality teaching and learning. At Hills Grammar, all teachers engage in managed and meaningful professional learning opportunities and are able to set professional goals through our teacher performance and development program. 

Current Positions

The Hills Grammar School is a contemporary independent school located in the Hills District of Sydney. As a non-denominational, co-educational Pre K to Year 12 school it offers exceptional opportunities for professional advancement. 

Applications are invited from suitably qualified and experienced professionals for the following position for Term 1 2018:

Cert III Early Childhood Educators

  • Temporary / Permanent Full Time
  • The Early Childhood Education Centre is a 79 place centre with operating hours of 7.30am – 6:00pm, 48 weeks / year.
  • View Role Statement

Mandarin Teacher – K to 6

  • Temporary/Permanent Part Time
  • Proficiency in Mandarin is essential to this role
  • View Role Statement

Junior School Teacher(s) – Years K to 6

English Teacher – Years 7 to 12

Literacy Leader – K to 6

Numeracy Leader – K to 6

Please Note:

  • Applications must include a completed "Employment Application Form", the names and telephone numbers of two professional referees; and

  • Please send applications to: humanresources@hillsgrammar.nsw.edu.au by Friday 17 November 2017

  • Short Listed applicants will have their Working With Children status verified by the School prior to appointments being finalised.

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