Employment Opportunities

At St Peter’s Woodlands Grammar School we aim to provide an education which integrates sound Christian values, the belief in the uniqueness of each child and a balanced program of activities designed to give our students the best possible start in developing the life skills, the confidence and the ability to succeed.

If you are interested in joining our dynamic, independent, co-educational Early Learning to Year 7, Anglican Primary School please follow the steps below.

Current Employment Opportunities

Current Employment Opportunities

We are currently advertising on Seek for the following positions to commence in Term 1 2019:

Education Support Officers – Curriculum

We are seeking passionate, talented and qualified Education Support Officers (Curriculum) for various one year contracts in a part-time capacity, commencing Term 1 2019. Successful applicants will have skills working with Junior Primary children with ASD.

At SPW, our Education Support Officers (Curriculum) work in partnership with our Teachers to assist in the delivery of learning and teaching programs.

Key Responsibilities/Duties include (but are not limited to):

  • Support individual children or groups under the direction of a Teacher (R-7) or Specialist Teacher. The role is predominantly working with children in classrooms or within the vicinity of classrooms. This could include taking the remainder of class while the teacher works with small groups
  • Prepare learning aids
  • Maintain designated storage and work areas
  • Assist in the Administrative area, including the Front Office and the Early Learning Centre as directed
  • Undertake First Aid duties
  • Undertake yard duty supervision
  • Undertake tasks to support teachers in classrooms
  • Any other tasks as may be requested by the Principal

To be successful as an Education Support Officer at St Peter’s Woodlands, applicants will have:

  • Demonstrated use of curriculum knowledge to effectively support planned learning sequences
  • Demonstrated ability to support learning goals set to provide achievable challenges for students of varying abilities and characteristics
  • Demonstrated ability to undertake strategies for differentiated teaching as directed to meet the specific learning needs of students across the range of abilities
  • Demonstrated use of  a range of communication strategies to support student engagement
  • Demonstrated understanding and use of appropriate resources, including ICT, to engage students in their learning
  • Demonstrated ability to engage effective strategies that support student wellbeing and safety
  • Demonstrated ability to apply professional learning to improve student outcomes
  • Demonstrated ability to apply strategies for working effectively, sensitively and confidently with teaching staff
  • Demonstrated ability to positively and appropriately engage with parents
  • Demonstrated organisation and time management skills
  • Demonstrated support for our four School values, wonder, courage, service and respect
  • Teaching qualification or Certificate III in Children’s Services (or equivalent)
  • Current DCSI Clearance
  • Current First Aid Qualifications
  • Successful completion of Responding to Abuse and Neglect Training

Application Process

We request that all applications for the position are submitted via Seek. To submit your application via Seek, please click on the Seek Job advertisement link below. This link will take you to the advertisement on Seek where you will find a bright pink box which says ‘Apply for this job’. Please click on the ‘Apply for this job’ box and follow the instructions to answer some key questions and upload or draft your CV and Cover Letter.

To apply, please provide:

A covering letter (no longer than 2 pages) which identifies:

  • Your suitability for the position
  • Particular qualities and skills you would bring to SPW

Full Curriculum Vitae including:

  • Full name and contact details
  • Educational background
  • Relevant work history including achievements over and above what is expected in the position
  • Relevant skills and experience
  • Qualifications and recent professional development courses
  • The names, addresses and telephone numbers of two recent referees who may be approached, in confidence, in relation to your application

Seek Advertisement

Position Description – ESO (Curriculum)

Please note any applications that are not received via seek will not be considered.

Applications and Enquiries directed to:

Kate Hockley
Director of Human Resources
St Peter’s Woodlands Grammar School
Phone: (08) 7221 6285
Email: spwhr@spw.sa.edu.au
Website: www.spw.sa.edu.au

Applications close: Thursday 13 December at 5.00pm


Temporary Positions

Relief Teaching, Education Support, Early Learning Co-Educator, OSHC Assistants, Sports Coaching

If you would like to be considered for Temporary Relief Teaching work at our School, your Curriculum Vitae, together with suitable references, may be forwarded to:

Director of Human Resources
St Peter’s Woodlands Grammar School
39 Partridge Street

Or via e-mail:  spwhr@spw.sa.edu.au

Successful applicants will be expected to satisfy child protection screening and adhere to St Peter’s Woodlands Grammar School’s Child Protection policies and procedures.

We will nurture our students to be happy, knowledgeable and creative young people who care for others and make a positive difference in the world.