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Deputy Principal, St Ursula's College, Toowoomba - closes 21 September 2018

Applications are invited for the role of Deputy Principal, commencing  Term 1, 2019.

St Ursula's College, Toowoomba is a Catholic girls' Day and Boarding College from Years 7 to 12, formed in the Ursuline tradition.  The College is dedicated to the provision of a broad and life-giving curriculum incorporating contemporary educational practice and the empowerment of young women for participation and leadership in society.

Applications close: Friday 21 September, 2018

Please see our website for full details of this position.

Boarding House Supervisor, St Francis De Sales College, closes - 21 September 2018

St Francis De Sales College, Leeton

Boarding House Supervisor

Part Time, Permanent Position (35 HPW)

Position Description and Information can be found on Teachers On Net at: 

Please Contact Leanne Allen on (02) 6953 3622 for further information.

Closing Date: Close of Business, 21 September 2018

Position Commencement Date: 15th October 2018

Boarding House Residential Supervisor, Melbourne Girls Grammar, closes - 21 September 2018


Part time, fixed term

Commencing Term 4, 2018

Melbourne Girls Grammar is proud to offer girls from different geographical, ethnic and family backgrounds the opportunity to experience community living in the MGGS Boarding House. Located within the City of Melbourne, our Boarders benefit from all the advantages of living at one of the best girls boarding schools in Australia, with excellent accommodation and access to the school’s co-curricular facilities.

We invite applications from energetic, highly organised and committed individuals for the position of Boarding House Supervisor. This role includes supervising, guiding and supporting boarding students from Years 7 to 12.

Essential qualities include:

  • A demonstrated ability to identify with the needs, aspirations and challenges facing today’s adolescent girls
  • The ability to lead and work as a member of a team with other professionals
  • Good judgment, diplomacy and exercising the highest duty of care, being a role model by encouraging students to live with others and understand and respect them, as well as resolving conflict when it occurs.

Knowledge of how a school operates is highly desirable. This position would suit a current tertiary student or post graduate student and/or an individual with a background in residential care, education, adolescent health or youth work. A full driver’s license is essential to be able to drive the School’s bus and transport students of the Boarding House (training in bus can be provided).

Residential Roles:

As a Residential Supervisor accommodation will be provided, as you will be required to live in the Boarding House. This is a part time 12 month fixed term position. There is a rotating roster comprised of variable overnight shifts (weekday/weekend). Flexibility is critical.

The successful applicant must hold a current First Aid Level II Certificate qualification or be willing to obtain one prior to commencement. According to the Working With Children Act 2005 to be eligible for this position the applicant must hold a current (Employee) Working With Children Check.

Child Safety Statement: Melbourne Girls Grammar

  • Has zero tolerance for child abuse
  • Actively works to listen to and empower children
  • Has systems to protect children from abuse, and will take all allegations and concerns very seriously and responds to them consistently in line with the organisation's policies and procedures
  • Is committed to promoting physical, emotional and cultural safety for all children
  • Is committed to providing a safe environment for all children

How to Apply

Applicants must hold or prior to commencing employment or be willing to obtain a current and valid Victorian Working with Children’s Check.

Applications close: 5.00pm, Friday 21 September 2018.

Applications must include a covering letter, resume and a completed employment application form including the details of 3 referees. Please forward your application via email and addressed to:

The Principal
Mrs Catherine Misson
Melbourne Girls Grammar
86 Anderson Street

Emailed to:

House mother, Blackheath and Thornburgh College, closes - 21 September 2018

House Mother 

  • Term 1 2019 Start 
  • Beautiful Private College 
  • View to permanency for the right Educator 

About the School:

The school is a small, intimate college in Charters Towers currently catering for approximately 280 students, including approximately 110 boarders. The School is really focused on the individual, so teachers get to know every student. There is a close level of interaction between parents, students and staff.

About the Role:

The position of House Mother is for the Boys' Boarding school consisting of approximately 110 students. It is a split shift, 6:30am-8:30am and then from 3:00pm-6:30pm, Monday-Friday, no weekend work. The House Mother is also the 2nd in charge to Boarding House Master. Due to the uniqueness of the role and the hours, residence is supplied on site. 

Skills and Experience:  

  • Previous experience in a similar setting will be advantageous
  • Previous experience working with children
  • Teaching qualification/background will be highly regarded
  • Blue Card
  • Compassionate and understanding 
  • Two most recent professional referees 

Culture and Benefits:

  • Supportive Principal, great kids, friendly and collegial staff
  • Wonderful community with the opportunity to get involved in all aspects of community life
  • Good lifestyle opportunities
  • Competitive salary
  • Career development opportunities
  • Highly regarded school with good facilities 
  • View to permanency 

How to Apply:

To apply for this position, click the "Apply Now" button and upload your resume including referee details (as outlined in the application requirements). For all enquiries, please email Nathan at or call on (07) 3606 1081

Indigenous Program Coordinator, Wesley College, closes - 21 September 2018

Indigenous Program Coordinator 

We are a Uniting Church day and boarding school, established since 1923. We provide a caring community, underpinned by strong Christian values, within which our students and staff are encouraged to achieve their individual potential. 

Following the appointment of Mr Ben Lewis to the role of Indigenous Coordinator at St Catherine’s College, UWA, we are seeking an energetic, inspirational leader to fulfill the role of Indigenous Program Coordinator, commencing in January 2019.

Wesley’s thriving Indigenous Program is a flagship of the College, renowned as one of the best programs in the country in terms of its cultural connection and outcomes for students. We are seeking a leader with a passion for indigenous culture, able to take the program into the next phase in its growth.

With overall responsibility for the academic and cultural outcomes of the Wesley College Moorditj Mob, with more than 40 students from Years 7 to 12, the Indigenous Program Coordinator will foster a strong sense of pride and personal growth amongst participants and provide exemplary leadership to a diverse range of stakeholders. Responsibilities include:

  • Providing academic and pastoral support to students in collaboration with key academic and pastoral care staff.
  • Coordinating an Indigenous Cultural Program that supports students in learning about their culture as well as educating members of the community about Indigenous culture.
  • Liaising with the Finance department, the Registrar and families regarding Indigenous Youth Leadership Program (IYLP) scholarships, ABSTUDY, management of school accounts and general financial arrangements.
  • Fostering relationships and partnerships with staff, students, parents and the wider community to enhance their understanding of Indigenous culture and heritage.

Our ideal candidate will have:

  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills including relationship building, community engagement, and team building;
  • Skills and experience in working with Indigenous students or Indigenous communities, and a depth of understanding of Indigenous Culture and the complex issues facing Indigenous students in their education;
  • Genuine interest in, and ability to, build rapport with Indigenous students and their families
  • Ability to develop and sustain strong links with the local Indigenous community and Elders.
  • Experience in the effective co-ordination of resources, budgets and staff;
  • Highly developed administrative and organisational skills with the proven ability to manage competing demands and priorities to meet deadlines; and
  • Full teacher qualifications and be eligible for registration as a teacher in Western Australia (preferred).

Consideration will be given to part-time and full-time work arrangements in the role.

With options for living on campus in our recently refurbished Boarding House, the position will commence in January 2019 and will be for a fixed term of five years. In addition to a vibrant and caring community as your work environment, we offer attractive employment benefits, including competitive remuneration.

Applications should consist of a current resume with at least two professional referees, and a covering letter outlining skills and experience in relation to the role requirements.

Click here to apply.

Closing date: Friday, 21 September 2018 at 4pm.

Head of Boarding, Firbank Grammar School, closes - 22 September 2018


On-going, full-time position available in Brighton.

This role is suitable for an enthusiastic applicant who is passionate about caring for boarding students. Working under the direction of the Principal and the Head of Campus, this position is responsible for the strategic leadership, effective running and management of the Boarding House.

In particular the Head of Boarding is responsible for leading and monitoring the Wellbeing of all boarders, including adherence to Child Safety and elements of their holistic development such as their academic, physical, cultural, moral and service-oriented dimensions.

Applications open until 22 September 2018.  Interviews may commence prior to the applications closing.

For a position description please click here.

Boarding House Co-ordinator, St Vincent's College, closes - 24 September 2018

Boarding House Co-ordinator

St Vincent’s College, Potts Point is a Catholic Day and Boarding College for girls from Years 7 to 12.  The College was founded by the Sisters of Charity in 1858 (the College is celebrating its 160th year) and offers students from rural and city locations the opportunity to experience community living at a convenient inner city location.

We invite applications from energetic, highly organised and committed individuals for the position of Boarding House Co-ordinator. This role includes supervising, guiding and supporting boarding students from Years 7 to 12 in our Catholic and Mary Aikenhead traditions.

Essential qualities include:

  • A demonstrated ability to identify with the needs, aspirations and challenges facing today’s adolescent girls.
  • The ability to lead and work as a member of a team with other professionals.
  • Give a commitment to follow the Boarding House procedures and processes.
  • Communicate regularly and effectively with the Director of Boarding, the Principal, the Deputy Principal (Pastoral Care) and other key staff members on matters relating to the smooth running of the Boarding House.
  • Flexibility.

The successful applicant must hold a current First Aid Certificate qualification or be willing to obtain one prior to commencement. In accordance with the Working With Children Act, to be eligible for this position the applicant must hold a current (Employee) Working With Children Check.

Desirable criteria:

  • Knowledge of how a school operates is highly desirable. 
  • This position would suit an individual with a background in residential care, education, nursing, adolescent health or youth work. 
  • A full driver’s license is essential to be able to transport students to and from commitments when required.  
  • Relevant qualifications and experience in related areas are highly desirable.
  • Accommodation will only be provided in the Boarding House whilst on duty. This is a full time position of 43 hours per week.

St Vincent’s College:

  • Is committed to promoting physical, emotional and cultural safety for all students.
  • Is committed to providing a safe and secure environment for all students.

How to Apply

Applicants must hold, or prior to commencing employment be willing to obtain, a current and valid New South Wales Working with Children’s Check.

Applications close: Monday24 September 2018

Applications must include a covering letter, resume and a completed employment application form (from the St Vincent’s College web) including the details of 3 referees. Please forward your application via email and addressed to:

The Principal

St Vincent’s College, Potts Point

Email to:

Transition Teacher, AFL Cape York Limited, closes - 26 September 2018

Transition Teacher

AFL Cape York Limited

About the business

AFL Cape York House believe that our young people will transition through life if they are engaged in an environment that provides support and learning through education, positive life experience and wellbeing support. AFL Cape York House is striving to build a boarding environment that is client centred where we case manage our young people through successful transition in their secondary schooling years.

We are looking for:

  • Enthusiastic applicants who want to help us support our young people in their successful transition from community to School and Boarding life
  • Passionate applicants who understand the importance of Education in a young persons life; and
  • Applicants who have relevant Education experience and understand; English as an Additional Language/Dialect (EALD) needs of Indigenous Australians in alignment with the Australian Curriculum.

About the role

AFL Cape York have an exciting full-time temporary Transition Teacher position available (12 months with possibility of extension) for people wanting to pursue a career in the Boarding / Community Service industry. 

Reporting to the Boarding Manager, the primary purpose of this role will be to provide; development, implementation and management of a pilot transition program for Year 6 students transitioning from Groote Eylandt, Northern Territory in to a local Cairns school and boarding.


  • With the AFL Cape York House Education Program Manager create a transition program that addresses the academic, social/emotional and transition needs of the student. Create learning opportunities that address the English as an Additional Language/Dialect (EALD) needs of each client in alignment with the Australian Curriculum
  • Advise and co-operate with the AFL Cape York House Education Program Manager, partner school representatives, eg. Head of Curriculum, Year Coordinators and class teachers in the preparation and development of courses of study, teaching materials, teaching programmes, methods of teaching and assessment and pastoral care arrangements;
  • Together with the schools develop and implement Personalised Learning Plans (PLP).
  • Provide guidance and advice to students, parents/guardians and schools on educational and social matters regarding furthering the students' education and future careers
  • Communicate, consult and co-operate with other members of AFL Cape York House and school staff, including those in positions of special responsibility and parents/guardians to ensure the best interest of students;
  • Participate in staff, school and community meetings related to the school curriculum or pastoral care arrangements of the transitioning students;
  • Ensure that programs and forecast of work carried out in class, are handed to the school in good time so that the necessary adaptations and resources are made for use with students with individual educational needs in class;
  • Liaise and collaborate with specialist teachers/resource persons and other professionals working with AFL Cape York House transition support students;
  • Make use of audio-visual technological devices/aides (such as radio aids; projectors) and other adaptations during the delivery of learning;
  • Regular travel to remote Indigenous community/ies is a requirement of this role.
  • Project outcomes reporting at regular six (6) month intervals.

Benefits and perks


The successful candidate will receive the award and entitlements as set out in the National Employment Standards.

This job has the following conditions:

  • 12 weeks leave (during QLD school holiday period), inclusive of 6 weeks Annual Leave and 6 weeks accrued leave.
  • A normal working week is 43.7 hours (38 hours plus an additional 5.7 hours, which contributes towards accrued leave)
  • Salary dependant on qualifications and experience

Skills and experience



Skills & Knowledge

  • Demonstrated ability to engage and form authentic and honest relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth
  • Demonstrated ability to create engaging curriculum targeting the identified literacy and numeracy needs of students
  • Demonstrated ability to differentiate the Australian Curriculum to cater for the needs of English as a second Language or Dialect (EALD) learners
  • Demonstrated ability to work in remote communities to engage service providers

Experience & Qualifications

  • Undergraduate degree in Education
  • Qualifications in EALD/Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) – preferred
  • Positive Working with Children Blue Card (or eligible to apply for)
  • Queensland College of Teacher Registration
  • QLD Driver's Licence

Applications for this position will close Wednesday, 26 September 2018, 5:00pm (AEST) and must include:

  • A cover letter
  • Respond to the key selection criteria (above)
  • An up to date resume

For more information on this position or any other opportunities at AFL Cape York, please contact:

Kane Richter

Boarding Manager

Tel: (07) 4035 1200

Mob: 0407 045 171


Head of Girls Boarding, Scots PGC College, closes - 28 September 2018

Head of Girls Boarding 

Closing date

Friday, 28 September 2018

To commence

Term 1, 2019

The College

We are a co-educational day and boarding school in a beautiful rural setting on the outskirts of the city of Warwick, about two hours from the state capital, Brisbane.  With a student population from Prep to Year 12, we offer a uniquely personalised education where both breadth and balance are features of our programme.

An integral element of College life is our emphasis on character development. We want our students to challenge themselves to reach their full potential. Therefore, it is no wonder that people often say – this is the school where country values inspire excellence!

Though, in our 100th year, we are forward looking. We aspire to be the College of first choice for families that want their sons and daughters to grow well as people. Like parents, we aspire for our young men and women to be confident that the College has given them the skills and attributes to create a successful future.

Our vision

To inspire students to be their best.

Our values

We affirm five values that underpin all that we seek to achieve for the students of SCOTS PGC;

  • Spirit
  • Tenacity
  • Authenticity
  • Excellence
  • Respect

The role

We are seeking to appoint an experienced and passionate educator to oversee the residential experience of our girls who reside at our historic campus.

The Head of Girls Boarding will be responsible for guiding our young women as they engage in academic, co-curricular, spiritual, social and recreational activities that make up the life of the College.

This is a full-time position of added responsibility with a teaching load of 0.4.  The successful applicant will be provided with accommodation, meals and utilities.

Key selection criteria

  1. A demonstrated passion for working with children.
  2. An ability to create and maintain positive, professional relationships with students, parents and colleagues.
  3. An ability to be registered as a teacher in Queensland and undertake teaching duties.
  4. A practical understanding of the academic, spiritual, social and emotional needs of girls aged 10-18 years and demonstrated experience in providing a high level of pastoral care in an educational context
  5. The ability to fully commit to the dynamic and vibrant life of a modern academic and residential community.
  6. The ability to manage the administrative aspects involved in leading a boarding house, including staffing, risk management, communicating with stakeholders, etc.

Applications should include:

  1. A letter of application addressed to the Principal, Mr Kyle Thompson.
  2. A statement addressing the key selection criteria.
  3. Current resume outlining your career and education history.
  4. Contact details of at least three professional referees.

The successful applicant will be subject to employment screening, which will include;

  1. Reference checking and verification of employment history
  2. Criminal history check
  3. Verification of qualifications and Queensland College of Teachers registration.

The College is committed to providing a safe environment for all students and staff.  Applicants must be committed to the values of our child-safe environment.

Boarding Housemaster, Toowoomba Grammar School, closes - 28 September 2018

Applications are invited for the following
position at Toowoomba Grammar School 

Boarding Housemaster 

Toowoomba, being 700 metres above sea level, does not experience the degree of humidity of other regions of Queensland. Regional public transport is frequent and reliable, with connections to interstate and international transport networks. The city has four hospitals, a University (The University of Southern Queensland) and an extensive city infrastructure. It is known as “The Garden City” of Queensland and has a population of around 160,000.

Applications are invited from suitably qualified and experienced teachers for the full-time permanent position of Boarding Housemaster in the Senior School (Years 7-12) to commence in January 2019.

It is expected that the Boarding Housemaster will be part of the academic staff in the Senior School with a teaching load adjusted in light of boarding responsibilities.  The appointment will therefore be made on a full-time permanent basis.

The Housemaster of a Boarding House is responsible to the Headmaster through the Deputy Headmaster and the Director of Boarding. The School has an essential pastoral care role in caring for boys who are living in a boarding situation away from their home and families. This vacancy is to lead one of the six Boarding Houses in the Senior School.

Boarding Housemasters are provided with a residence, utilities and domestic assistance as well as an allowance which is additional to the teaching salary applicable

Your application should include your letter of application addressed to the Headmaster, a full curriculum vitae and the names of at least three referees with whom he may consult.

Please note the full details of this position by reading the Position Description on the School’s website

Applications should be received by

10:00am Friday, 28 September 2018.

Permanent Part-Time Boys' Boarding Supervisor, St Paul's College, Walla Walla - closes 30 September 2018

A vacancy exists for a permanent part time Boys' Boarding Supervisor at St Paul's College Walla Walla NSW.  This position involves shift work, overnight stays and weekends. Initially 24 hours per week plus 4 sleepovers.

St Paul's College is a growing Lutheran school, which aims to encourage and support students, informed and sustained by the word of God, to develop their God-given talents so that they may shape and enrich their world.

Our College is situated on spacious and attractive grounds approximately 40km north of Albury/Wodonga. Day and boarding students are drawn from local communities, the cities of Albury and Wodonga, the Riverina, North Eastern Victoria and more remote locations.  The College has 275 students, of whom 80 are boarders.

Applications (including two referees) and requests for the Position Description can be emailed to

This position is for immediate start.

Applicants must hold a current NSW Working with Children Check.

Night Supervisor - Stuartholme Boarding House - Stuartholme School - closes 30 September 2018

Stuartholme is a Catholic, Independent Girls’ School catering for Secondary Day and Boarding students.  It is committed to the education of young women in the philosophy and tradition of the Society of the Sacred Heart of Jesus.  Stuartholme is a member of the Sacred Heart International Network with more than 140 Schools in over 40 countries, educating within the philosophical framework of the Goals of Sacred Heart Education. 

The Position

The Night Supervisor is responsible for the active supervision of all Boarders during the shift, including those in the Health and Wellness Centre and in accordance with the “Sacred Heart Model of Boarding”.

This role will commence in Term 4, 2018 and is a ‘stay-awake’ position. The shift times are as follows:-

10:30pm Sunday night to 6:00am Monday morning.
10:30pm Tuesday night to 6:00am Wednesday morning.


Boarding positions and may include some public holidays occurring during term time when students are in residence.

All Boarding positions are responsible to the Principal through the Dean of Boarding.

As Stuartholme School operates a girls-only boarding facility, only female applicants are invited to apply.

All staff are expected to support the ethos of the School as expressed in the Goals of Sacred Heart Education.

Applicants are required to hold a Positive Notice Blue Card for Child Related Employment.  If you do not currently hold a Positive Notice Blue Card you need to be eligible to apply.

A full Role Description is available on the Stuartholme website at

The Application Process

Applications including a covering letter, full CV and contact details of three referees should be emailed no later than 4pm on Wednesday 19 September 2018.  Interviews will be conducted on Monday 24 September 2018.  Emails should be addressed to The Principal and forwarded to

Assistant Head of Boarding, The Chateau de Sauveterre - France, closes - 30 September 2018

Appointment: Assistant Head of Boarding

The Chateau de Sauveterre is a full boarding school owned by the Cothill Trust and located in the Gers, a 45 minute drive from Toulouse, in France. Children come out for one term to be immersed in French language and culture, and enjoy the benefits of our envious location. Visits to Toulouse and the Airbus museum, hiking in the Pyrenees and camping are regular outings. During the February half term, the whole school spends a week skiing in Spain.

We are seeking to appoint a trustworthy and enthusiastic individual who can contribute to all areas of school life, in particular the boarding. This is a broad and exciting role, and a rare opportunity to live and work in a unique setting.

The successful candidate should feel comfortable being in charge of a boarding house, and helping to coordinate a small team of Gap Year students. A clean driver’s license is essential, as well as a willingness to be involved in the coaching of sports at school. Experience of teaching in prep schools and a good knowledge of French are both desirable but not essential for the right candidate.

On site accommodation is included, as well as all meals and living costs. Flights to and from London are included each half term. The successful candidate will receive at least one full day off per week as well as school holidays.

Please send a CV along with a covering letter to Amanda Bower:

There may be an additional role available for spouses/partners.
Start date: January 2019
Salary: competitive, dependent on experience. Accommodation provided.

Website: ​

Head of Boarding House, Kincoppal - Rose Bay, closes - 5 October 2018

Kincoppal – Rose Bay, School of the Sacred Heart, is a leading Independent Catholic day and boarding school founded in 1882.

Head of Boarding House (Onsite) 

At present, we are inviting applications for a Permanent FT Head of 'Sheldon House' - our senior boarding house - from Term 1, 2019, joining the team of staff based at our beautiful iconic campus in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs. 

Supported by a team of supervisors and reporting to the Director of Boarding, the successful candidate will play a leadership role within our strong and well-developed Boarding community - in 2018, nearly a third of the School's secondary students originated from regional NSW, interstate, or overseas.

The position:

  • Mix of Boarding (0.3) and Teaching (0.7) responsibilities.
  • Attracts a Level 2 Leadership Allowance under the relevant enterprise agreement.
  • Lead the academic, physical, and spiritual care of senior boarders within the House, through maintaining and promoting high standards at all times
  • Build an environment of support and collaboration within and across Boarding Houses.
  • Build effective relationships with students and families
  • Work with the wide Boarding Faculty with regards to planning and operations
  • NB - The incumbent will reside on-site in a two bedroom apartment within Sheldon House, with views across the harbour to the Bridge and CBD.  Accommodation and utilities are included free of charge.

The ideal candidate:

  • Prepared to commit to the goals of a Sacred Heart education, and to become an active and visible member of the school community.
  • In possession of a valid Working with Children Check.
  • Appropriately qualified and accredited to teach in chosen subject area
  • An understanding of adolescent girls and their pastoral and academic needs, developed through relevant experience (preferably in a Boarding context)
  • Personable and dynamic with a flair for effective communication at all levels
  • Advanced organisational skills, with a mindset for the development and use of systems
  • A natural leader who takes initiative, inspires performance, and promotes positivity

If you feel you have the right qualifications and background to operate successfully in this role, we look forward to receiving your application via this link. For more information about working with us, visit our website at

Applications close at 5pm on Friday 5 October and must include:

  1. An updated CV
  2. A cover letter that highlights:
  • Why you have applied for this role
  • Your pastoral experience
  • Your educational philosophy

Please note only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.  

In accordance with Child Protection legislation all people seeking child-related employment are required to complete a 'Working with Children' Check clearance prior to employment. Please see for further information.

Gap Tutors, Otago Boys High School - New Zealand, closes - 5 October 2018

Gap Tutors Otago Boys High School New Zealand 

Founded in 1863 Otago Boys High School is one of New Zealand’s oldest boys’ schools offering a traditional, holistic education to teenage boys aged 13-18. Located in Dunedin, at the bottom of New Zealand’s beautiful South Island, Otago Boys High School is one of New Zealand’s premier sporting schools. Old boys include Olympic gold medallists, New Zealand cricketers, former All Black captain Ritchie McCaw and 21 other All Blacks. The school has also produced two prime ministers and many successful academics and businessmen. 

We are seeking energetic and motivated young people who wish to spend an enriching year working as an assistant in the school boarding house, School House. The position requires successful candidates to do duties in Schoolhouse, coach sport, attend camps and trips and do some administration tasks.

Your generous holidays allow you to explore New Zealand’s beautiful parks, wild beaches and cities. Home to 115,000 people Dunedin is a university town with a youthful population. The city is also only a 3hour drive from New Zealand’s adventure playground capital, Queenstown.

Preference will be given to those who can coach rowing, cricket or rugby and have a university qualification or are currently attending university. The position allows the flexibility for tutors to also participate in their own chosen sporting activities. 

The role is for one year from late January to early December 2019. It is a paid live-in position. 

For more information and to apply, please email Matthew Markham at All applications are to include a cover letter and cv. 

ABSA - Australian Boarding Schools Association