Staff enjoy an innovative teaching environment with supportive peers, students and parents. Broughton is the perfect environment to build a career in teaching or administration.

Why Work at Broughton?

Why Choose Broughton?

Broughton provides a supportive environment for teachers where together we focus on providing quality Christian education. Our Christian ethos shapes our frameworks for teaching and wellbeing, and informs our daily practices. All staff at the College are active Christians and as a result together staff benefit from the enrichment of Christian fellowship and share in daily devotions and prayer.

At Broughton we are a learning community, not just a school. This means as an organisation we are equally committed to the learning and development of our staff as we are to our students. While also providing support that all members of the community needs in response to various life events and the constant busy-ness of modern life. Broughton is a perfect environment to build your career and belong to a supportive community.

The College is equipped with modern facilities, well-cared for buildings, and quality IT infrastructure. Our new buildings are designed for innovative teaching environments, with flexible spaces and furniture with other classrooms being similarly transformed.

The College is situated on an expansive semi-rural site, enjoying beautiful and spacious outdoor areas. The location is on the edge of south-west Sydney, a short trip to Sydney suburbs or regional areas of Wollondilly and Wollongong.

Benefits of working at Broughton Anglican College

The following benefits are offered for all permanent staff:

Biblical Encouragement:

  • Weekly biblical teaching from local ministers from Campbelltown Anglican Churches
  • Regular staff devotions and prayer as part of the life of the College

Transition support:

  • Thorough two-day induction program to support the transition to the College
  • On-going staff mentoring for staff new to the College

Fee reductions:

  • College fees reduction for staff children
  • Free access for staff children to College OSHC before and after school

Staff device and Tech support:

  • College provided device
  • IT support provided by ICT Integrators and IT staff

Accreditation support and staff recognition

  • Accreditation mentoring to obtain proficient teacher
  • Support to maintain proficient teacher
  • College funds applications for Experienced Teacher Accreditation
  • Accreditation support for all Experienced Teacher applicants
  • Staff awards and recognition celebrating staff who have served the College for significant periods of time

Professional development tailored to your career stage:

  • A new teacher support program for teachers who are not-yet-proficient
  • Professional Development activities – approximately fortnightly during term
  • Performance reviews with constructive feedback for your career goals
  • Funding of external professional development that aligns with agreed annual goals and College strategic goals
  • Free access to resources and professional development from a range of professional associations
  • Annual staff research/post-graduate scholarships
  • Leadership opportunities to suit your career goals
  • An annual leadership retreat event

Health and wellbeing support

  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP) through Anglicare
  • Free access to college gym/weights room
  • Annual flu vaccinations free and on-site
  • Regular social functions

Financial options

  • Salary packaging
  • Voluntary superannuation contributions

Current Employment Opportunities


Casual Employment


Casual Teaching – Junior and Senior School, Administration

Broughton welcomes applications from enthusiastic, skilled teachers for casual availability.

In order to qualify you will need to:

  • Be actively involved in Bible-based Christian church.
  • Have a commitment to a Christian philosophy of education.
  • Be accredited to teach in NSW by NESA and have an active NESA membership.
  • Have a current Working with Children check clearance number through the Office of the Children’s Guardian.

To apply for Casual Teaching please complete the Application Form – Casual Teaching Staff and email to employment@broughton.nsw.edu.au with attention to The Head of College.

Casual Clerical Staff

Broughton is keen to receive applications from experienced clerical staff who would like to be available for casual work in our Administration areas.

To apply for a Casual Administration position please complete the Application Form – Support Staff and email to employment@broughton.nsw.edu.au with attention to The Head of College. A current Working with Children check clearance number is required.

Further Information

The Independent Schools NSW – Teachers (Hybrid Model) Multi-Enterprise Agreement 2021

The Independent Schools NSW (Support and Operational Staff) Multi-Enterprise Agreement 2021

For more information on the Working with Children check please refer to:http://www.newcheck.kids.nsw.gov.au

All Applications for Employment must include a completed appropriate Application Form, covering letter and CV. Email to employment@broughton.nsw.edu.au with attention to The Head of College

 

After School Tutor


AFTER SCHOOL TUTOR
Permanent Part-time Position

Broughton Anglican College is a Pre Kinder to Year 12 Christian School in the Macarthur region and provides exceptional educational opportunities to more than 1,400 students. Staff enjoy an innovative teaching environment with supportive peers, students and parents.

This position is a part-time permanent position commencing in June of the 2023 academic year.

The successful candidate will assist the Information Research Centre, under the supervision of the Head of Information Services, to tutor small groups of students to develop their knowledge and skills.

For more information, please view the Position Profile.

To Apply -Broughton Anglican College

Complete and submit the Application Form – Teacher Application

Applicants are asked to provide the following information to support their application:

  • at least one professional reference or referee
  • a current reference from the minister of the church that they are presently attending. Should the minister prefer to give a reference verbally, please provide contact details
  • a certified copy of:
  • documents relating to their qualifications
  • academic transcripts
  • Driver License
  • Send applications via email to employment@broughton.nsw.edu.au

 

Assistant Out of School Hours Care Coordinator


ASSISTANT OUT OF SCHOOL HOURS CARE COORDINATOR
Permanent Full-time Position

Broughton Anglican College is a leading Pre Kinder to Year 12 Independent School in the Macarthur region and provides exceptional educational opportunities to more than 1,400 students. Staff enjoy an innovative teaching environment with supportive peers, students, parents and carers. The College currently operates a Before School Care program, an After School Care Program and a Vacation Care program.

Applications are invited for a permanent full-time position as an Assistant Out of School Hours Care (OSHC) Coordinator to assist the OSHC Coordinator to lead the Before and After School Care and Vacation Care staff who works in the College’s Out of School Hours Care Centre.

The Out of School Hours Care Centre operates between the hours of 6.45 am - 8.25 am and 2.45 pm - 6.15 pm on school days and 7.00 am – 5.30 pm during the school holidays. Hours of operation may change as family child care needs are determined.

The successful candidate will be required to work ten (10) shifts per week and will be required to work in the College’s Vacation Care program.

The successful candidate will be required to provide evidence that they are an active member of a protestant Bible-based church.

The Assistant OSHC Coordinator should be willing to provide opportunities for students to develop an understanding of the Christian faith and respond to the Gospel of Jesus Christ in adhering to the Christian stance and ethos of the College.

As the College is a child safe organisation, the successful candidate will be required to provide their current NSW Working With Children Check number and date of birth so that the College can verify that the candidate is permitted to work in NSW schools.

To find out more, please view the Position Profile.

How to apply:

Complete and submit the Application Form – Support Staff.

Applicants are asked to provide the following information to support their application:

  • at least one professional reference or referee
  • a current reference from the minister of the church that they are presently attending. Should the minister prefer to give a reference verbally, please provide contact details
  • certified copies of documents relating to their qualifications
  • certified copies of academic transcripts
  • certified copy of Driver License

Applications should be sent to employment@broughton.nsw.edu.au

 

Out of School Hours Care Assistant


OUT OF SCHOOL HOURS CARE ASSISTANT
Permanent Part-time Position

Broughton Anglican College is a leading Pre Kinder to Year 12 Independent School in the Macarthur region and provides exceptional educational opportunities to more than 1,400 students. Staff enjoy an innovative teaching environment with supportive peers, students, parents and carers. The College currently operates a Before School Care program, an After School Care Program and a Vacation Care program.

Applications are invited for a permanent part-time position as an Out of School Hours Care (OSHC) Assistant to become a member of the team who work in the College’s OSHC Centre. The commencement date for the successful applicant would be determined by negotiation and the needs of the College.

The OSHC Centre operates between the hours 6.45 am - 8.30 am and 2.45 pm - 6.15 pm on school days and 7.00 am - 5.30 pm during the school holidays. Hours of operation may change as family childcare needs are determined.

The successful candidate will be required to provide evidence that they are an active member of a protestant Bible-based church.

The OSHC Assistant should be willing to provide opportunities for students to develop an understanding of the Christian faith and respond to the Gospel of Jesus Christ in adhering to the Christian stance and ethos of the College.

The successful candidate will be required to work a minimum of five shifts, the length of which will be determined by whether they work in Before School Care or After School Care. The successful candidate will also be required to work in the College’s Vacation Care program. The willingness to work additional hours, paid at a casual rate, in the Vacation Care period would be appreciated.

As the College is a child safe organisation, the successful candidate will be required to provide their current NSW Working With Children Check number and date of birth so that the College can verify that the candidate is permitted to work in NSW schools.

To find out more, please view the Position Profile.

How to apply:

Complete and submit the Application Form – Support Staff.

Applicants are asked to provide the following information to support their application:

  • at least one professional reference or referee
  • a current reference from the minister of the church that they are presently attending. Should the minister prefer to give a reference verbally, please provide contact details
  • certified copies of documents relating to their qualifications
  • certified copies of academic transcripts
  • certified copy of Driver License

Applications should be sent to employment@broughton.nsw.edu.au