We currently have the following vacancies available.
LOTE Teacher (Years 7 to 12) - We are seeking a teacher of a language other than English (LOTE) to start with us at the beginning Term 3, 2023. Teachers who specialise in any language are encouraged to apply, including: European languages (French, German, Italian, Spanish) and Asian languages (Chinese, Hindi, Indonesian, Korean, Punjabi, Tamil). Click here to find out more. Applications close Monday, 19th June.
Learning Support Teacher’s Aide (Junior School) - While this is a full-time role, applicants seeking part time work are welcome to apply. Applications are invited from learning support aides. Experience and qualifications preferred. Commencing in July 2023. Click here to find out more. Applications close Friday, 9th June.
ICT Support Officer - The Anglican Schools Corporation (TASC) is seeking an experienced ICT Support Officer to provide quality reactive and proactive customer service promptly to staff and students at Rouse Hill Anglican College. Click here to find out more. General enquiries and applications can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org Should you wish to discuss the role in more specific detail, Mr Matthew Gebran, ICT Support Manager (TASC) can be contacted on (02) 8567 4000.
Applications must include RHAC employment application form.
Casual Teaching Staff
The College welcomes applications for casual teaching positions at any time.
We are particularly looking for casual teachers to fill vacancies in Junior and Senior Schools with immediate start.
Enquiries and applications, including the College application form, should be directed to:
All applications must include Working With Children and Identity requirements as below.
Working With Children Clearance (WWCC)
Rouse Hill Anglican College has statutory Child Protection responsibilities under revised legislation which became effective on 15 June 2013.
Under the Child Protection [Working With Children] Act 2012 [NSW] and the Child Protection [Working with Children] Regulation 2013 [NSW] the College can only employ persons (who will be engaged in child-related work) who hold a WWCC clearance from the NSW Office of the Children’s Guardian. The College has determined that all employees must hold this clearance.
All Employment Applications must confirm that the applicant holds the required clearance. Production of the WWCC letter will be required at any subsequent interview.
Obtaining WWCC Clearance
Complete an online application form available at Service NSW
When submitted on-line, the applicant will receive an Application Number
Take this Number together with proof of identity to a Service NSW contact centre
An $80 (tax deductible) charge applies for a five year clearance.
All volunteers and all practicum students also need to provide the required clearance.
The College must also ask candidates to provide documents to support their identity. This must include original documents adding up to a minimum of 100 points as required by the 100 Point Check under the Financial Transaction Reports Act 1988. A range of documents can be used; please read this checklist carefully.