Bishop Tyrrell Anglican College

Employment Opportunities

Experience the joy of teaching

At Bishop Tyrrell Anglican College, we offer the kind of experience you hoped for when you entered the profession. One that values you as a skilled individual tasked with a unique and complex responsibility.

We encourage all teachers to develop their teaching style, and we employ those willing to reflect on their work for consistent improvement. We nurture this through an organic in-school professional development system that gives you time, support, conversation and coaching.  

We employ dedicated and passionate professionals aligned with our mission of providing students with an excellent holistic education in a Christian environment

Explore our latest opportunities

Casual Teachers Expression of Interest

We are seeking an expression of interest from talented and experienced Primary and Secondary Teachers to join our teaching team in a casual capacity. 

Applicants for these roles must fill in the form below. 

Information for Applicants

Please ensure that your application for our advertised teaching jobs in Newcastle addresses all selection criteria.

All applications need to include:
  • A CV containing relevant tertiary qualifications and experience in the area of teaching
  • Three professional referees
Applicants must have the following:
  • Valid Working with Children Check
  • Current registration to teach in NSW
  • Acceptable working VISA (overseas applicants only)
  • An academic transcript and practicum reports (if new graduate)

Casual Employment

If you’d like to join our casual teaching staff, you should be a professional, passionate educator who meets the following criteria.

  • Hardworking and enthusiastic with excellent subject matter knowledge
  • Outstanding interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate effectively with students, other educators, parents, and support classroom teachers to assist all students to reach their full potential
  • A proven ability to incorporate modern technologies into your teaching practice and passionate about classroom innovation
  • Sound knowledge of the NESA syllabus outcomes for primary or secondary education.
  • Understand and committed to the Australian Professional Standards for Teaching
  • Ability to create a vibrant, friendly, cheerful learning environment
  • Proven history as a lifelong learner and possess a genuine desire for self-improvement
  • A passion for student wellbeing
  • Ability to collaboratively work within a professional learning team
All applicants must have the following:
  • A valid Working with Children Check
  • A CV containing relevant tertiary qualifications and teaching experience
  • Three professional referees

Meet our executive team

Learn more about the passionate people leading our college alongside our Principal.

See our guiding principles

At Bishop Tyrrell Anglican College, we aim to develop powerful learners with the skills and beliefs to succeed at school and beyond.

Explore our vision & Values

Our guiding principles inform our vison and values, and vice versa. While our vision keeps us all moving in the right strategic direction, our values are what we believe in and stand for – they guide us every day.