Appointment of Casual Teacher
Come and join our vibrant school, located in a growing NSW Regional Centre where lifestyle,
affordability, low stress and rich community are realities.
We are seeking innovative and qualified teachers for casual positions.
A successful applicant will possess the capacity to encourage and inspire students in their love
of learning. Graduates and experienced teachers are equally encouraged to apply.
Calrossy Anglican School, Tamworth – William Cowper and Brisbane Street Campuses
The teacher can be asked to work across multiple campuses and/or teach the online eCalrossy classes
This position is ultimately responsible to the Principal
The position functionally reports to the Deputy Principal
Calrossy is a Childsafe School and all appointees must hold a current Working with Children Check
Our School: Calrossy Anglican School is a leading Day and Boarding School located in Tamworth, a thriving
regional centre in the North-West of NSW. It is a ‘coeducational school with a difference’, catering for
approximately 1,050 girls and boys from Pre-School to Year 12. We have moved into our second century
with a bold vision of quality Christian education for the young men and women of regional Australia, under
the auspices of the Anglican Diocese of Armidale. Whilst a comprehensive school with an open enrolment
policy, Calrossy has performed as the top academic school in North-West NSW in the past ten years, regularly
achieving HSC results in the top echelon of schools in the state.
A stimulating learning environment
Calrossy is a forward-thinking school, creating innovative and modern working environments that enhance student
learning and fosters a passion and a culture of participation in all aspects of school life. There are a broad range of
academic, sporting and cultural activities for Boarding and Day students, promoting success and engagement, both
outside and within the classroom.
Well-known for our outstanding and distinctive approach to wellbeing, Calrossy is a place of belonging, in which every
student’s wellbeing is nurtured, catering for individual special needs and potential.
Calrossy operates on two campuses in Tamworth, with the Junior School and Years 7 – 9 located on the William Cowper
Campus in North Tamworth and Years 10 -12 students learning at our Brisbane Street Campus in East Tamworth.
Boarding facilities for both girls and boys are provided within the school and nearby. Calrossy operates Tangara Farm
as a Trade Training Centre which is home to our renowned Agriculture and Primary Industries programs. In 2020 the
school commenced a fulltime, live, distance education program for students in Year 7. This expanding program will
cater for students in Years 5 – 9 by 2023, catering to the needs of remote students across NSW and Australia.
Our Vision and Mission: Calrossy Anglican School provides excellence in Christian Education and we seek to
produce graduates who are creators of hope and change that matters.
Our school values are Integrity, Resilience, Selflessness and Inclusiveness. Operational values are Integrity,
Accountability, Empathy and Courage.
Childsafe Organisation: As a Childsafe school, we are committed to high standards of care and practices to
ensure the safety and protection of children. Every staff member must have a current Working with Children Check
and is required to actively support our school as a safe learning environment.
Vaccination status: Candidates who are granted an interview will be asked their vaccination status.
Applications: Please forward applications for this position to the Principal, supported by a letter of introduction,
appropriate Curriculum Vitae and the Calrossy application form (on the school’s website) via
A salary package will be negotiated with the successful applicant in line with the Independent Schools NSW Teachers
(Hybrid Model) Multi-Enterprise Agreement 2021. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for any queries about this
Qualifications, Skills and Experience
Experience in teaching and appropriate tertiary qualifications
Highly developed communication and interpersonal skills with a capacity to maintain positive relationships,
foster team work and engage all levels of the school and wider community
Competence in classroom management
Interest in developing personal excellence in classroom practice
Knowledge of the current syllabus
Knowledge of AITSL teaching standards
Willingness to uphold the Christian mission for the school
Current Working with Children Check
Excellent communication skills, both written and oral
Well-developed organisational skills
Ability to meet deadlines and to manage time effectively
A positive attitude and calm, approachable disposition
Strong computer literacy skills, with clear knowledge of school computing software such as Microsoft
software and Apple computer systems
A neat and tidy appearance and overall attitude that fits in with the fabric of the School community
Ability and commitment to work as a productive team player exhibiting loyalty and support for colleagues
An interest to be involved in supporting school-wide initiatives such as excursions, sport and wellbeing
Ability to work positively, harmoniously and constructively in a team environment
Skills and motivation to teach in a live online environment
Honesty, integrity and authenticity in dealings with colleagues, students and staff
Enthusiastic and positive attitude
Ability to exercise initiative and work unsupervised
First Aid Certificate
Roles and Responsibilities and Expectations of casual Teachers
Excellence in teaching
Willingness to teach in various courses
Ability to differentiate the curriculum to meet the learning needs of a diverse student body, including gifted
and talented students
Be concerned for the welfare and learning of all students in the class
An aptitude to enthuse students, both boys and girls
Demonstrate enthusiasm and expertise for the subject being taught
Seek to assist each student in classes regardless of ability
Assist with the school’s Wellbeing program and student Mentor groups if required
Perform duties to the best of your ability and be accountable for your performance
Follow reasonable instructions given by your supervisor or their delegate
Comply with lawful directions report concerns or problems to supervisor
WH&S – In accordance with the Workplace Health & Safety Act 2011 employees must,
o while at work take reasonable care for their own health and safety
o take reasonable care for the health and safety of others
o comply with any reasonable instruction from Calrossy
o follow defined WHS policies and procedures
Comply with the School’s Code of Conduct