Positions Available

We have the following positions currently available at The Alpine School (TAS).

Please note that all positions require a Satisfactory Working With Children Check as per the Child Protection (Working With Children) Act 2012.

To apply for a position, please email your CV along with a one page cover letter outlining your relevant skills and experience to: office@thealpineschool.nsw.edu.au

Applications will close on 15 August 2019.

For further information, click here to contact the school.

Business/Admin Support

Hours: Part Time

We are seeking an enthusiastic, organised and experienced administrator to provide the support our growing school needs to run smoothly and efficiently.

You will be a great communicator with excellent attention to detail, a positive, can-do approach and a willingness to develop new skills as the role expands.

This is a fantastic opportunity for someone looking for part time work.

Click here for the Position Description for this role, which includes the skills and experience required.

Teaching Assistant

Hours: Part Time

We are seeking an enthusiastic and experienced Teaching Assistant to support our teachers to deliver creative and engaging learning activities to our students, and to support and meet students’ learning and developmental needs.

You will be sensitive to the needs of children with a genuine passion for helping them reach their full potential.

You will also be creative, great at planning and organising, and have a sense of fun.

In this busy role your duties and priorities may change on a daily basis, so flexibility and a willingness to take on a range of varied tasks are essential.

This is a fantastic opportunity for someone looking for part time work.

Click here for the Position Description for this role, which includes the skills and experience we are seeking.

Teachers

Hours: Part time / Casual

TAS is growing and we are looking for qualified and experienced teachers with a strong interest in and understanding of Steiner education to join our team.

You will be creative and enthusiastic with a passion for delivering high quality, evidence-based teaching practices and achieving optimal outcomes for students’ learning and well-being.

You will also be organised and flexible with strong interpersonal skills and a proven ability to build and maintain respectful and positive relationships with parents, students and colleagues.

As TAS continues to grow, opportunities may arise for increased hours or full time positions, depending on student enrolments.

Click here for the Selection Criteria for this role.