Working at Brigidine

Brigidine College inspires girls to value learning, to be true to themselves and to honour their spiritual heritage. It challenges young women to act in the world with strength and gentleness.

Brigidine College St Ives is a catholic independent girls’ school situated on Sydney’s North Shore. The College seeks innovative and energetic teachers whose classroom practice shows a commitment to excellence and who engage students in a process of learning that promotes curiosity, confidence, achievement and service. A dynamic and supportive staff with a strong focus on professional learning makes Brigidine a workplace of choice.

We currently have two positions available at the College.

English Teacher

This position is Permanent Full-time commencing Term 1, 2020.

The College seeks an innovative and energetic teacher whose practice shows a commitment to excellence. Experience teaching Stage 6 English Advanced is essential. The ability to teach Stage 6 English Extension 1 would be desirable.

A WWCC number and NESA accreditation is required.

A position description is available here and enquiries may be made to Liz May, Director Staff at lmay@brigidine.nsw.edu.au or on 9988 6200.

Applications including a covering letter, qualifications, detailed Curriculum Vitae, the names and contact details of three referees should be addressed to: The Principal, at  employment@brigidine.nsw.edu.au

Applications close 9am Friday 6 December 2019.

College Psychologist

This position is Temporary Part Time (2 days per week – Wednesday and Friday) for Terms 1 – 4  2020, commencing 28 January 2020.

The College is seeking to appoint a Psychologist who is committed to supporting and improving the welfare of young people. As a member of the Pastoral team the Psychologist will have responsibility for the wellbeing of students and will assist staff and parents in their care.

The successful applicant must be registered as a Psychologist with AHPRA and be eligible for membership of the Australian Psychological Society. Knowledge of the responsibilities and legislation connected with this field of care is essential. Experience working with young people is desirable.

A Working With Children Check is required.

A position description is available here and enquiries may be made to Brian Loughland, Deputy Principal Faith and Wellbeing at bloughland@brigidine.nsw.edu.au  or Liz May, Director Staff at lmay@brigidine.nsw.edu.au or on 9988 6200.

Applications including a covering letter, qualifications, detailed Curriculum Vitae, the names and contact details of three referees should be addressed to: The Principal at employment@brigidine.nsw.edu.au

Applications close 9am Friday 6 December 2019.