The Roseville Staff
We encourage prospective staff to peruse our website and learn more about Roseville College.
Our staff is highly valued within the school community and we place strong emphasis on recruiting and retaining qualified, competent and committed individuals who are:
- Excellent practitioners in their field
- Enthusiastic people of integrity
- Able to support the Christian ethos of the College.
Our teaching staff make the measurable difference. They are professionals who seek to stay at the cutting edge of educational development and research, while working diligently to help each girl accomplish her best. Therefore, they are also:
- Able to intellectually broaden, extend and stimulate their students
- Genuinely concerned for the girls in their care.
Candidates invited to an interview at Roseville College are welcome to enquire about life as a staff member at Roseville College, including staff development programs and facilities, department leadership and achievements, and workplace expectations.
Child Protection Legislation requires preferred applicants be subject to employment screening. It is an offence under the NSW Child Protection (Prohibited Employment) Act 1998, and subsequent amendments to the Act, for a person convicted of a serious sex offence to apply for a position at the College.
Roseville College is an established, respected independent day school for girls in Kindergarten to Year 12, centrally located in Roseville on Sydney's North Shore since 1908.
Ours is a learning community where girls and staff are truly known, and where every individual is valued. Our vision, to raise future-ready women who lead proficiently with strong character, is underpinned by the Christian faith.
The Roseville College staff comprises visionaries, innovators, pioneers and co-learners, who appreciate this as a meaningful, inspiring and progressive workplace where they are enriched, equipped and empowered for a fulfilling career and to make a positive impact on student generations.
There are currently no positions available.
How to Apply
Applying for an advertised position
- Complete the requested application form/s
- Attach a cover letter addressing any advertised essential and desirable criteria and attach your current resume
- Include requested references and any additional supporting documentation
- Email your application to| email@example.com
To use our Online Enquiry Form | Click here (select Recruitment as the reason for enquiry)
Roseville College endeavours to acknowledge all applications to advertised roles within two weeks of the application closing date; however, we cannot promise formal acknowledgement of unsolicited applications and are unable to acknowledge applications that do not include a candidate’s current email or postal address. If you wish to track or confirm the arrival of your postal application prior the close date, Roseville College recommends Australia Post’s Registered Mail service.
Expressions of Interest / Casual Teaching / Letters of Introduction
While we welcome expressions of interest in working at Roseville College, unsolicited letters of introduction for future opportunities may not always be acknowledged formally, unless a suitable vacancy becomes available.
Accepting this, please forward a cover letter, an application form (write “Letter of Introduction” in the job title field) and your recent resume to:
Re: Letter of Introduction
Locked Bag 34
Roseville NSW 2069
Candidates for Teaching roles at Roseville College should include the following form with their application:
Candidates applying for Non-teaching roles at Roseville College, such as Support Services, Administration and Grounds teams, should include the following form with their application: