Employment

Nowra Anglican College is a growing K-12 school providing quality independent Christian education to the beautiful Shoalhaven Region.

Current Vacancies

Position
Admin Lead (Deputy Principal Support and Events)
Summary
Nowra Anglican College is seeking an exceptional administrator to support and enhance the operations of the Deputy Principal’s. The successful candidate will have a warm and welcoming disposition, accompanied by advanced organisation and strategic administration experience. Applicants will be expected to display flexibility and adaptability when working as part of a team. This is a permanent full-time position.

Note: Applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible as applications may be reviewed prior to the closing date. Closing Date is subject to change without notice.
Apply to
PA to the Principal
Email
employment@nac.nsw.edu.au
Attach
Cover Letter, Resume, NAC Employment (Teachers)
Closes
20th May 2022
Job Description
NAC_Role_Administration_Leader.pdf
Position
Junior School – Stage 2 Teacher (6-mths FT starts Term 3)
Summary
Nowra Anglican College seeks an exceptional Christian educator to fill this long-service leave position. The successful candidate will demonstrate a passion for teaching and learning, and will work collaboratively with colleagues in an environment of support and collegial learning.

Note: Applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible as applications may be reviewed prior to the closing date. Closing Date is subject to change without notice.
Apply to
PA to the Principal
Email
employment@nac.nsw.edu.au
Attach
Cover Letter, Resume, NAC Employment (Teachers)
Closes
20th May 2022
Job Description
NAC_Role_JnrSchool_LSL_Replacement.pdf
Position
Junior School – Diverse Learning Teacher (6-mths FT starts Term 3)
Summary
Nowra Anglican College seeks an exceptional Christian educator to fill this long-service leave position. The successful candidate will have demonstrable experience in the development and implementation of appropriate programs that support the whole spectrum of learning needs, including students with high intellectual potential and students requiring learning support. This position will be focused primarily in the Junior School. The position consists of a 0.8 load in the Diverse Learning team and release from face-to-face for a 0.2 allocation for the Pastoral Care Coordinator in Stage 3.

Note: Applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible as applications may be reviewed prior to the closing date. Closing Date is subject to change without notice.
Apply to
PA to the Principal
Email
employment@nac.nsw.edu.au
Attach
Cover Letter, Resume, NAC Employment (Teachers)
Closes
20th May 2022
Job Description
NAC_Role_JnrSchool_DiverseLearning.pdf
Position
Casual Teacher
Summary
Nowra Anglican College is seeking applications for qualified teachers to join our team of casuals. The successful candidates will be committed to delivering outstanding educational outcomes, passionate and committed to instilling in young people a love of learning.
Apply to
PA to the Principal
Email
employment@nac.nsw.edu.au
Attach
Resume, NAC Employment (Teachers)
Closes
n/a
Job Description
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Nowra Anglican College:

  • is a teaching and learning community which encourages the pursuit of excellence in all areas inspiring students to want to become lifelong learners;
  • provides a learning environment where students feel safe and confident to challenge and question the world around them; and where young people feel secure and confident, and enjoy participating in all aspects of school life;
  • provides a balanced education of academic, cultural and sporting endeavours supporting each student’s emotional and spiritual development; and
  • offers an academically rigorous and comprehensive program that seeks to engage all students in all aspects of school life.

As a caring Christian community, Nowra Anglican College:

  • prides itself on the quality of pastoral care provided, believing in the intrinsic worth and value of each student and embracing a Christian culture that treats all community members with care and compassion, dignity and respect;
  • is determined to ensure that students act with moral conscience and judgment based on our Christian values of respect, compassion and wisdom;
  • assists students to achieve success by encouraging the realisation and achievement of ‘personal bests’; • provides a diverse range of opportunities and activities to assist students to maximise their potential and exceed their expectations; and
  • values a strong, affirming and positive partnership with parents and the wider community.