Staff enjoy an innovative teaching environment with supportive peers, students and parents. Broughton is the perfect environment to build a career in teaching or administration.

The College encourages staff to undertake professional development and has organised professional development days and weeks during the school year.

There are many benefits to working at Broughton, including discounted school fees for children of permanent staff, salary sacrificing and packaging, College-provided iPad and laptop for teaching staff, free flu vaccinations for permanent staff and an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) through Anglicare.

We advertise positions vacant on the College website, SEEK, Teachers.on.net, Christian Jobs, TES School Jobs Board and the College's Facebook pages.

Current Employment Opportunities


Science Teacher – Temporary Full-time


Applications Close 4.00 pm Thursday 28 November 2019

Broughton Anglican College is a leading Pre Kinder to Year 12 Independent School in the Macarthur region and provides exceptional educational opportunities to more than 1,000 students. Staff enjoy an innovative teaching environment with supportive peers, students and parents.

The position commences at the beginning of the 2020 academic year.

The successful candidate will be employed for Term 1 and Term 2; however, this may change in accordance with the right of return of the member of staff on maternity leave.

The successful candidate will assist the Science Faculty, under the supervision of the Head of Science, to develop and implement programs and maintain the high levels of achievement from our students in the Science curriculum areas.

The College has implemented a BYOD environment and therefore the successful candidate must be confident in the use of technology and be willing to embrace it in order to enhance learning.

Core Values

  • A committed Christian who will provide opportunities for students to develop an understanding of the Christian faith and respond to the Gospel of Jesus Christ in adhering to the Christian stance and ethos of the College.
  • An active member of a Bible-based church.
  • An outstanding educator with a passion for and understanding of, working with children and adolescents.
  • Demonstrates the integration of an authentic Christian faith with learning and teaching, to help students develop an understanding of the Gospel, whilst adhering to the Christian ethos of the College.

The applicant is required to:

  • demonstrate an excellent level of knowledge in the NSW K–12 syllabus incorporating the Australian Curriculum for Science Stages 4 and 5, and one or more Stage 6 Science course.
  • demonstrate an excellent level of skill in pedagogical practice incorporating a range of teaching techniques, with a focus on embedding formative assessment and inquiry-based learning.
  • create a positive learning environment which challenges students to achieve academic and personal excellence.
  • demonstrate an ability to cater for differences in students’ abilities and learning styles.
  • proficiently use a range of common ICT applications (e.g. Internet browsers, Outlook, Word, PowerPoint and Excel).

As the College is a child safe organisation, the successful candidate will be required to provide a NSW Working With Children Check number and date of birth so that the College can verify that the candidate is permitted to teach in NSW schools.

The successful candidate is expected to provide evidence that they are a financial member of the NSW Institute of Teachers and that their accreditation is current.

The successful candidate will be required to provide evidence that they are an active member of a Bible-based church.

A position profile has been provided for more information.

To Apply

Complete and submit the Application Form – Teacher Application

Applicants are asked to provide the following information to support their application:

  • at least one professional reference or referee
  • a current reference from the minister of the church that they are presently attending. Should the minister prefer to give a reference verbally, please provide contact details
  • a certified copy of:
    • documents relating to their qualifications
    • academic transcripts
    • Driver Licence

Casual Employment


Casual Teaching – Junior and Senior School, Administration, Cleaners and Ground Staff

Broughton welcomes applications from enthusiastic, skilled teachers for casual availability.

In order to qualify you will need to:

  • Have a teaching degree and where necessary, a qualification approved by the NSW Institute of Teachers;
  • Have a commitment to a Christian philosophy of education
  • Be actively involved in Bible based Christian church
  • Have a current Working with Children check clearance number through the Office of the Children’s Guardian.
  • Be experienced in clerical/administration work
  • Have a commitment to a Christian philosophy of education
  • Be actively involved in Bible based Christian church
  • Have a current Working with Children check clearance number through the Office of the Children’s Guardian.

To apply for Casual Teaching please complete the Application Form – Casual Teaching Staff and email to reception@broughton.nsw.edu.au with attention to The Headmaster.

Broughton is keen to receive applications from experienced clerical staff who would like to be available for casual work in our Administration areas.

In order to qualify you will need to:

To apply for a Casual Administration position please complete the Application Form – Support Staff and email to reception@broughton.nsw.edu.au with attention to The Headmaster.

The College welcomes applications for Casual Cleaners and Ground Staff

To apply for these positions please complete the Application Form – Support Staff and email to reception@broughton.nsw.edu.au with attention to The Headmaster. A current Working with Children check clearance number is required.

The Independent Schools NSW – Teachers (Hybrid Model) Multi-Enterprise Agreement 2017

The Independent Schools NSW (Support and Operational Staff) Multi-Enterprise Agreement 2017

For more information on the Working with Children check please refer to:http://www.newcheck.kids.nsw.gov.au

All positions

As the College is a child safe organisation, the successful candidates for these positions will be required to provide a NSW Working With Children Check number and date of birth, so that the College can verify that the candidate is permitted to teach in NSW schools.

The successful candidates for these positions is expected to provide evidence that they are a financial member of the NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) and that their accreditation is current.