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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


this is a casual role to commence from 1 February 2024.Casual Strength and Conditioning coaches are members of the Hills Grammar Sports Department which is inspired at all times by the schools values. Each staff member participates in the effective management of the sports program of the school as an integral part of the Hills Grammar community. 

As a Casual Strength and Conditioning Coach, you have responsibility for coaching and implementing strength and conditioning programs for teams and individuals at the school.  Through a strong understanding of school policy and process, you will contribute to the Strength and Conditioning program in line with the strategic intent of the Sport Department. 

The logistical responsibilities of the role include the following core functions:

  • Assistance and contribution to the Strength and Conditioning Program.
  • Practical, face to face instruction for teams and individuals.
  • Utilisation of technology and software solutions for the Strength and Conditioning Program.
  • Implementation of school policy and process through the program 
  • Pastoral care & student welfare management. 

Skills and Experience Essential to the role:

  • Relevant Tertiary Education and professional experience
  • High level of organisational skill.
  • Capacity to work collaboratively as a member of a team.
  • Ability to learn and use a range of applications and School related software.
  • Highly refined communication skills, both written and oral Commitment to the School’s Mission, Vision and Values.

APPLICATIONS | Closing Date – 8 December 2023

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

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

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

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted 


We are inviting applications for an ongoing Full Time HSIE Teacher, with a speciality in Economics to join our team in Term 1 2024. This role will involve Stage 6 Economics along with Stage 5 Commerce and potential for another HSIE subject area, such as Geography or Legal Studies. Be part of the diverse and friendly team of teachers and support staff at our Hills community where you will be engaged to teach:

Key Responsiblities

  • Experience and / or qualifications to teach Stage 6 Economics
  • Desirable experience / qualifications in another HSIE area, such as Geography or Legal Studies
  • Work effectively as part of the faculty team.
  • Differentiate learning to meet diverse learning needs.
  • Sound understanding of the learning environments, lesson plans, use of technology, teaching practices and delivery of assessment and learning feedback.
  • Use effective pedagogies, a range of differentiated approaches and a variety of stimulating and interactive resources to enhance student engagement and learning outcomes.
  • Show an ability to develop, implement and monitor quality personalised learning plans, including quality literacy and numeracy practices, that will enhance students’ ability to access the general curriculum.
  • Be committed to ongoing personal and professional learning, formation and growth.

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.
  • Teacher Accreditation support.
  • 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.

APPLICATIONS | Closing Date – EXTENDED UNTIL 30 November 2023

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 


Hills Grammar is seeking the following Music Tutors to join our school’s outstanding faculty based in Kenthurst. 

  • Woodwind – Clarinet/Saxophone
  • Voice 
  • String – Violin, Viola, Cello, Double Bass

Key Priorities

  • Teaching weekly lessons to individual students from Junior to Senior School age
  • Junior classroom instrumental groups (Woodwind classes each Thursday)
  • Potential for conducting and preparing a weekly music ensemble
  • Before school, during and after-school teaching times, available depending on both tutor availability and allocation of students.

Education and Experience

  • Qualifications and experience in teaching individual lessons, ensembles and small group teaching to both Junior and Senior school students (experience from Kindergarten to Year 12 is desirable)
  • Strong working knowledge of music curricula
  • An understanding of and commitment to the educational needs of a wide range of students
  • An ability to use ICT to facilitate and enrich student learning and engagement beyond the classroom.

Personal Attributes

  • A commitment to pastoral care and meeting the social and emotional wellbeing needs of students.
  • A sense of humour.
  • An ongoing commitment to professional learning, including making a contribution to the broader education community.
  • A willingness to contribute to the broader life of the school community.

General Conditions of the Role

Award: Educational Services (Schools) General Staff Award 2020

Classification: Instructional Services
Hours of work: Casual. Teaching load dictated by availability of Tutor against allocation of students. 

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

  • be an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident 
  • have a current Working with Children Check 

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

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted