About Us - Employment Opportunities

The Riverina Anglican College is located in the picturesque Riverina region of NSW. The College is a progressive, independent, non-selective co-educational college of the Anglican Diocese of Canberra/Goulburn. The College offers a wide variety of co-curricular activities, service learning, leadership opportunities, and the full range of subjects from the HSC curriculum. The Riverina Anglican College has also begun the accreditation process to become an International Baccalaureate World School.

Since the foundation of The Riverina Anglican College in 1998, we have placed our students at the centre of the educational experience - with the acknowledgement and expectation that all students are capable of excellent personal, educational, social, and career achievement. The Riverina Anglican College has an outstanding reputation across all spheres of student life. The College aims to develop thoughtful global citizens and to stimulate in all students an intellectual curiosity, the capacity to tackle and solve problems, the ability to think creatively and logically, and the ability to work with others. 

Due to the continued enrolment and facilities growth, The Riverina Anglican College is looking to employ passionate and dedicated individuals to the following positions, all to commence Term 1 2022:

 

Teaching positions:

 

Non-teaching positions:

  • Secondary School Teachers’ Aide - Term time only
  • Junior School Teacher's Aide - Term time only
  • K – 12 Cocurricular Programs Administrator - Term time only

 

Applications are sought from suitably qualified and experienced candidates.

 

Located in Wagga Wagga in the picturesque Riverina region of NSW, The Riverina Anglican College is a K-12 coeducational school and an International Baccalaureate World School within the Anglican Diocese of Canberra/Goulburn. The College offers a wide variety of cocurricular activities, service learning, leadership opportunities, and a vast range of subjects from the IB Diploma Programme and the NSW curriculum. Since the foundation of The Riverina Anglican College in 1998, the College has placed our students at the centre of the educational experience - with the acknowledgement and expectation that all students are capable of excellent personal, educational, social, and career achievement. The Riverina Anglican College has an outstanding reputation across all spheres of student life. The College aims to develop thoughtful global citizens and to stimulate in all students an intellectual curiosity, the capacity to tackle and solve problems, the ability to think creatively and logically, and the ability to work with others.

 

The Riverina Anglican College is a thriving, dynamic, forward-looking community that learns and lives according to the motto: Strength through Faith and Knowledge. Learning is enhanced beyond the classroom with camps, cocurricular opportunities and service learning experiences. The Riverina Anglican College aims to prepare students for a life of dedicated service in society; locally, nationally and globally. The Riverina Anglican College provides an engaging and supportive learning environment that encourages excellence in all endeavours.

 

How to apply

Applications are to be marked Strictly Confidential and addressed to the Principal - Mr Paul Humble. Please send your CV and a letter of introduction outlining your relevant qualifications and experience. Candidates wishing to apply for the College Counsellor or Director of Junior School Curriculum-PYP Coordinator are asked to follow the application guidelines.

email: principal@trac.nsw.edu.au 

 

Please contact the Principal if you have any questions (email preferred).

email: principal@trac.nsw.edu.au 

phone:  02 6933 1811

Applications close: 5pm, Friday 22 October 2021

Commencement date: January 2022