We are looking for committed and engaging primary and secondary educators who can support our system of 150 schools across Sydney. 

If you wish to teach at a Sydney Catholic school, please complete the ‘Registration to Teach’ process. This will make you eligible to apply for a teaching position. 

Teachers who must register to teach include:

  • any teacher seeking employment for the first time with the Sydney Catholic Schools
    (including overseas trained teachers)
  • teachers who have been away from teaching in NSW for 5 or more years
  • teachers who have been away from teaching with Sydney Catholic Schools for more than 12 months

Related Policy: Accreditation Policy to Work, Teach and Lead in Sydney Catholic Schools.

Successful applicants will be issued with an Employee ID once their application has been processed.

We will review your application to ensure that you have completed all sections of the application and uploaded all required documentation. Your application will be processed as quickly as possible, however there may be a processing time of two to four weeks.

We will correspond via email – please check your emails regularly. If your application is deemed incomplete, we will send a request for additional information. You will need to submit the requested information via our careers portal.

If you need assistance, please refer to our Frequently Asked Questions here or contact People and Culture Services via pcservices@syd.catholic.edu.au or by calling (02) 9568 8297.

A condition of employment at Sydney Catholic Schools is that you are familiar and comply with all child protection legislation. Additionally, in order to successfully register with us, you must hold a current Working With Children Check (WWCC).

If you do not hold a current WWCC, you must obtain one through the Office of the Children’s Guardian.

Sydney Catholic Schools (SCS) is committed to ensuring the safety of our staff, students and school communities. In line with SCS’ COVID-19 Policy, effective 1 August 2022 all staff working in SCS specialist support schools and classes are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (or subsequent variants) or have an approved medical contraindication which prevents them from receiving any dose of an approved COVID-19 vaccine. Compliance with this policy and providing evidence of vaccination is an essential requirement of employment for any employee who will work in those settings. It also applies to contractors, members of religious orders, volunteers, trainees, interns, students on work placements and labour hire workers working in specialist settings.

If you are interested in other career opportunities at Sydney Catholic Schools visit our careers portal by clicking here.