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Innovation, Passionate & Supportive Environment

St. Peter’s seeks committed Christians active in Evangelical Christian Churches for employment.

You will have the opportunity to work alongside a committed team of staff who support the vision and values of St. Peter’s.

The Benefits of working at St. Peter's

Working at St. Peter’s, you will experience many benefits:-

  • Professional Development
  • Salary Sacrificing currently through Maxxia
  • Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) through Anglicare
  • Discounted school fees for children of permanent staff
  • Annual free flu vaccination for permanent staff
  • IT devices for teaching positions and various support roles
  • First Aid and Emergency Evacuation training for permanent staff

If your application is successful, it is compulsory that you have obtained a Working with Children Check for employment.

Permanent / Temporary Employment

St. Peter’s welcomes applications for permanent / temporary employment (full time/ part time) in teaching and support positions at such time as vacancies arise.

Current Position(s) Vacant

Casual Employment

St. Peter’s welcomes applications for casual employment positions at any time. Note: For casual OSHC employment, a current First Aid certificate is required, if you are successful in your application.

Application for Employment Forms

Teacher - Application for Employment Form - Permanent/Temporary

Teacher - Application for Employment Form - Casual

Support - Application for Employment Form - Permanent/Temporary

Support - Application for Employment Form - Casual

    Application Process

    All applications must:

    • Be made on our “Application for Employment” form
    • Provide a copy of your resume
    • Provide information which addresses the “Personal Qualities and Requirements” within the position description. It is highly recommended that this section is addressed (for permanent/temporary) positions as it allows the Interview Committee to assess how you meet the criteria in a clear and concise way
    • Provide a statement of personal Christian faith
    • Provide current reference or contact details from a Minister of a Church you are currently attending
    • Working With Children identification number


    • Applications not made on our “Application for Employment” forms will not be considered
    • Employment screening is mandatory in accordance with legislative requirements and the successful candidate must comply with the current NSW Child Protection Legislation

    Short listed applicants will be contacted by telephone or email for an interview. Applications can be forwarded to

    Peripatetic Tutors Opportunities

    St. Peter’s welcomes applications for peripatetic Tutors to provide tuition to our students. If you are interested in becoming a Tutor, please complete the below application form:

    Enterprise Agreements


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