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Working at Hills Grammar 

Hills Grammar seeks to appoint staff who demonstrate the highest professional skills and the ability to passionately support the Ethos of the School. Every member of staff is expected to actively contribute toward the success of the core student learning programs: academic, student wellbeing, and co-curricular.

Ongoing strategic professional development is a crucial component of our culture and staff engage in managed and meaningful learning opportunities, set professional goals, and are supported in their career growth development. 

Staff Prospectus

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Current Positions


Professional Learning and Human Resources Administration Role | Full Time

In this full-time role (school Term- time), you will be able to work across the Human Resource (HR) and Professional Learning (PL) Departments, and other duties as determined by the Principal.  Alongside our PL Staff, you will represent the school within our Professional Learning programs and have the opportunity to assist new and existing staff. 

You will have a mature and collaborative style of communication that aligns with our school ethos and further enriches staff understanding of our core vision and values. You will also have a demonstrated capacity to design documents with excellent formatting, accuracy, and creative style.  An ability to be flexible, adaptable and solution focused and to improve administrative practices across HR and PL is an advantage

Job Description:

  • Working hours would normally be 8am – 4pm Monday to Friday but with the flexibility to work 8.30 to 4.30 pm, on Tuesdays and Thursdays if required. 
  • Administrating HR and PL New Staff Induction program. 
  • Administering PL Staff Development Framework Programs, including The Learning Centre Programs
  • Managing PL department social media and external communication
  • Attending and facilitating Staff and Parent PL sessions 
  • Onboarding new staff into the system and monitoring probationary periods
  • Follow up new employees for onboarding compliance of paperwork and compliance courses
  • Monitor attendance and staff completion of compliance and PL courses, as directed by the Principal
  • Managing the administration component of role changes, transfers, and changes to conditions of employment and the performance review lifecycle
  • Maintain shared HR and PL forms and templates 
  • General HR and PL duties
  • Utilise Outlook, Microsoft Office, Excel, Sharepoint, and Onedrive
  • Administrative duties across the school as directed by the Principal

The Successful Applicant should have: 

  • Ability to take initiative, prioritise and manage a high volume of work
  • Capacity for confidentiality and management of confidential information 
  • Warm and inviting communication skills and works well with others 
  • Attention to detail and accuracy with the ability to meet deadlines 
  • Demonstrated previous experience in an administrative role
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Initiative to identify work improvement opportunities
  • Problem analysis and problem-solving skills
  • Customer service skills 

The Hills Grammar Difference

Hills Grammar offers staff:

  • A vibrant learning and teaching climate where the mission is to strive for “Outstanding Teaching”
  • The opportunity to teach within a School with a rigorous, evidence-based whole school pedagogy - Deeper Water, Deeper Learning - that enables staff to provide an extraordinary education for our students based on a Guided Inquiry approach 
  • Best practice Professional Learning Model and Staff Development Framework that draws together bespoke learning programs across all career stages and facilitates deep learning, improved practice, collegiality, connection, and collaboration 
  • Personalised career planning, leadership development and professional learning opportunities
  • Contribution to staff professional learning across our Early Childhood to Year 12 school, regionally and globally within The Learning Centre
  • A staff profile that encourages “the original” and a valuing of your unique qualities and experiences 
  • A concerted focus on staff wellbeing through a range of initiatives to ensure that our staff are able to flourish
  • An amazing and beautiful, natural campus nestled within a sandstone escarpment that provides peace, tranquility, and a deep sense of community

APPLICATIONS | CLOSING DATE – 30 April 2024

all applications are to be sent to: humanresources@hillsgrammar.nsw.edu.au

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted 


GENERAL HAND | CASUAL 

Purpose  

Are you passionate about maintaining a clean and beautiful environment?

Hills Grammar School is seeking a dedicated General Hand to join our team. This role involves a variety of tasks to ensure the upkeep, maintenance, and enhancement of our school grounds.

Main duties will include: 

  • Undertake minor landscaping tasks to enhance the aesthetics of the school grounds.
  • Ensure the cleanliness and tidiness of the school premises on a regular basis.
  • Perform routine maintenance and repairs.
  • Assist in the setup of various School events.
  • Demonstrate physical fitness to handle manual labor tasks, such as furniture moving.
  • Adhere to safe work practices, recognising and mitigating potential hazards.\

The Hills Grammar Difference

Hills Grammar offers staff:

  • Parking onsite.
  • A concerted focus on staff wellbeing through a range of initiatives to ensure that our staff is able to flourish. We also have a dedicated staff wellbeing week in Term 4. 
  • Best practice Professional Learning Model and Staff Development Framework that draws together bespoke learning programs across all career stages and facilitates deep learning, improved practice, collegiality, connection, and collaboration. 
  • Personalised career planning, leadership development and professional learning opportunities.
  • An amazing and beautiful natural campus nestled within a sandstone escarpment that provides peace, tranquillity, and a deep sense of community.

APPLICATIONS | CLOSING DATE – 3 May 2024

Please note, to be eligible for this role you must have:

  • The right to work in Australia. 
  • A current Working with Children Check. 

Interested candidates are invited to submit their resume and cover letter to: humanresources@hillsgrammar.nsw.edu.au

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.


Junior School Teacher | Temporary Full Time | Commencing Term 2

As a key member will be working in Junior School, you will be able to deliver a vibrant academic and wellbeing curriculum to your class and possess a strong knowledge of content and pedagogy in these areas. You will be using teaching strategies that cater to the needs of a diverse student group and a willingness to differentiate curriculum to the needs of the students. You will bring your passion to the school and above all, have a willingness to engage, connect and care for our students. 

ESSENTIAL

  • Possess an excellent understanding of the learning needs of primary aged children with a proven ability to engage children in a vibrant School education program at all levels.
  • An ability to utilise appropriate technologies to enhance student learning.
  • A genuine willingness to be engaged in the Co-curricular life of the School, and participate in and help develop, innovative teaching programs and interdisciplinary projects.
  • An adventurous and energetic educator to influence and inspire in a future focused, dynamic environment.
  • An innovative classroom practitioner who will take a creative approach to learning within our unique environment. 
  • A lifelong learner who will embrace the School’s ethos, vision and value. 
  • High level of pedagogical understanding in both inquiry and explicit teaching and independent and collaborative work.
  • Ability to encourage and motivate your students.
  • You will have a desire to work collaboratively with other teachers and actively engage in the broader life of the School.

The Hills Grammar Difference

Hills Grammar offers staff:

  • Parking onsite.
  • A concerted focus on staff wellbeing through a range of initiatives to ensure that our staff is able to flourish. We also have a dedicated staff wellbeing week in Term 4. 
  • Pay Above the Industry Award.
  • Best practice Professional Learning Model and Staff Development Framework that draws together bespoke learning programs across all career stages and facilitates deep learning, improved practice, collegiality, connection, and collaboration. 
  • Aspiring middle and senior leader programs that feature shadowing in other schools and access to resources and great speakers.
  • A vibrant learning and teaching climate where the mission is to strive for “Outstanding Teaching”.
  • The opportunity to teach within a School with a rigorous, evidence-based whole school pedagogy - Deeper Water, Deeper Learning - that enables staff to provide an extraordinary education for our students based on a Guided Inquiry approach. 
  • Personalised career planning, leadership development and professional learning opportunities.
  • Contribution to staff professional learning across our Early Childhood to Year 12 school, regionally and globally within our Hills Institute for Deeper Learning and Leadership.
  • An amazing and beautiful, natural campus nestled within a sandstone escarpment that provides peace, tranquility, and a deep sense of community.
  • Teacher Accreditation support.
  • Personalised career planning, leadership development and professional learning 

APPLICATIONS | Closing Date - 27 March 2024

Please note, to be eligible for this role you must have:

  • The right to work in Australia. 
  • A current Working with Children Check. 
  • An active Teacher Accreditation with NESA.

All applications are to be sent to: humanresources@hillsgrammar.nsw.edu.au

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted 


TECHNOLOGY & APPLIED STUDIES TECH ASSISTANT | PERMANENT PART TIME (4 DAYS PER WEEK) | Immediate start but with flexibility

We are currently seeking a part time dedicated Technology & applied Studies Tech Assistant to join our Design and Innovation Department. Are you a hands-on individual with trades experience, craving a flexible work environment? This role is tailored for you! We require someone adaptable to a dynamic, fast-paced setting, eager to collaborate with teachers and empower students. As our assistant, you'll bring practical skills to the table, supporting students in their creative endeavors. If you thrive in a constantly evolving atmosphere and enjoy working alongside educators to inspire young minds, apply today! Join our team and be part of a stimulating environment where innovation and creativity flourish.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Prepare lesson materials and assist teachers in the delivery of practical lessons, within the focus areas of industrial technology.
  • Collaborate with students on their projects, providing technical guidance and support.
  • Assist teachers in the classroom as necessary to facilitate the learning process.
  • Complete compliance checks on machinery and materials to ensure adherence to safety regulations.
  • Raise purchase orders based on instructions from the Head of Department (HOD).
  • Pick up materials from various stores as needed for departmental projects.
  • Service and repair workshop machinery to ensure optimal functionality.
  • Maintain cleanliness and organisation in industrial workshops to provide a safe and efficient working environment.
  • Ensure the proper maintenance of the dust extraction units to uphold WHS standards.

Skills and Experience Essential to the role:

  • Previous experience in a technical role, preferably in an educational or workshop/trade setting.
  • Strong organisational skills with the ability to prioritise tasks effectively.
  • Proficiency in using workshop machinery and tools for servicing and repairs.
  • Excellent communication skills and the ability to work collaboratively with staff and students.
  • Attention to detail and a commitment to upholding WHS standards.
  • Ability to multitask and adapt to changing priorities in a fast-paced environment.

The Hills Grammar Difference

Hills Grammar offers staff:

  • Parking onsite.
  • A concerted focus on staff wellbeing through a range of initiatives to ensure that our staff is able to flourish. We also have a dedicated staff wellbeing week in Term 4. 
  • Best practice Professional Learning Model and Staff Development Framework that draws together bespoke learning programs across all career stages and facilitates deep learning, improved practice, collegiality, connection, and collaboration. 
  • Aspiring middle and senior leader programs that feature shadowing in other schools and access to resources and great speakers.
  • A vibrant learning and teaching climate where the mission is to strive for “Outstanding Teaching”.
  • The opportunity to teach within a School with a rigorous, evidence-based whole school pedagogy - Deeper Water, Deeper Learning - that enables staff to provide an extraordinary education for our students based on a Guided Inquiry approach. 
  • Personalised career planning, leadership development and professional learning opportunities.
  • Contribution to staff professional learning across our Early Childhood to Year 12 school, regionally and globally within our Hills Institute for Deeper Learning and Leadership.
  • An amazing and beautiful, natural campus nestled within a sandstone escarpment that provides peace, tranquillity, and a deep sense of community.
  • Teacher Accreditation support.
  • Personalised career planning, leadership development and professional learning.

APPLICATIONS | Extended Closing Date – 19 April 2024

Please note, to be eligible for this role you must have:

  • The right to work in Australia. 
  • A current Working with Children Check. 
  • Previous trade experience is desirable.

Interested candidates are invited to submit their resume and cover letter to: humanresources@hillsgrammar.nsw.edu.au

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted 


Diploma Qualified | Permanent Full Time | Immediate start but with flexibility

We are seeking a highly self-motivated Diploma Qualified to join our Early Childhood Education Centre. Our Centre holds an exceeding rating and our staff enjoy salary and conditions (including leave) well in excess of industry standards. 

This is a full-time position but the School may consider part time options for the right candidate. 

This role is suited to a new graduate or an experienced educator. 

ESSENTIAL

  • ACECQA approved Diploma level in education and care qualification.
  • A first aid qualification that is approved by ACECQA includes applying first aid, emergency asthma management, and anaphylaxis.
  • Valid Working with Children Clearance.

EXPERIENCE

  • Knowledge and understanding of the National Quality Standards and the Early Years Learning Framework.
  • Demonstrated skills in supporting curriculum development and documenting children's learning.
  • Note recently qualified graduates of diploma programs are encouraged to apply and will be provided with extensive professional support from experienced staff. 

CAPABILITIES

  • Work collaboratively and professionally in a team to provide high quality early childhood education and care. 
  • A commitment to work as a proactive and positive team member. 
  • Develop positive relationships with children, families, educators and staff within the ECEC and Hills Grammar community.   
  • Respond to the emotional needs of all children.
  • Create a stimulating, positive and engaging environment to foster and support the development of all children.
  • Actively contribute to the ECEC curriculum. 
  • Ability and willingness to implement the ECEC philosophy. 
  • Understand and implement the centers policies and procedures.

The Hills Grammar Difference

Hills Grammar offers staff:

  • Parking onsite.
  • A concerted focus on staff wellbeing through a range of initiatives to ensure that our staff is able to flourish. We also have a dedicated staff wellbeing week in Term 4. 
  • Pay Above the Industry Award.
  • Best practice Professional Learning Model and Staff Development Framework that draws together bespoke learning programs across all career stages and facilitates deep learning, improved practice, collegiality, connection, and collaboration. 
  • Aspiring middle and senior leader programs that feature shadowing in other schools and access to resources and great speakers.
  • A vibrant learning and teaching climate where the mission is to strive for “Outstanding Teaching”.
  • The opportunity to teach within a School with a rigorous, evidence-based whole school pedagogy - Deeper Water, Deeper Learning - that enables staff to provide an extraordinary education for our students based on a Guided Inquiry approach. 
  • Personalised career planning, leadership development and professional learning opportunities.
  • Contribution to staff professional learning across our Early Childhood to Year 12 school, regionally and globally within our Hills Institute for Deeper Learning and Leadership.
  • An amazing and beautiful, natural campus nestled within a sandstone escarpment that provides peace, tranquility, and a deep sense of community.
  • Teacher Accreditation support.
  • Personalised career planning, leadership development and professional learning 

APPLICATIONS

Please note, to be eligible for this role you must have:

  •  A current Working with Children Check.
  • Hold ACECQA recognised Early Childhood Diploma.
  • The right to work in Australia before applying for this role.

All applications are to be sent to: humanresources@hillsgrammar.nsw.edu.au

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted