Register now to work for Sydney Catholic Schools

All school-based teachers and general employees must be registered to teach/work before being engaged at an SCS school. Working with Sydney Catholic Schools is a two-part process.

Please read below for more information or review the following guide for support on how to use our Careers portal.

Step 1: Registering to work
  1. Please choose your preferred role from the list below to register.
  2. Complete your application by answering a number of screening questions, as well as providing some key documents.

Please be sure to apply for the right role and read the application form carefully, as incomplete or incorrect registrations may delay the process.

Step 2: Applying for work
Once you have completed your registration, it’s time to start applying for work.

  • For casual work, please contact our schools with your resume.
  • For permanent or temporary positions, please visit Teachers.On.Net.

Register for a Role

Select a role from the list below to register to work at Sydney Catholic Schools:

Registrations will be prioritised for applicants who have already found work with Sydney Catholic Schools. You will be issued an Employee ID Number once you are deemed ready for work. If you find work before we complete your registration, our schools can request to fast-track your registration. Please let your Principal know during the application process if you are still to receive your Employee ID Number.

Incomplete applications can impact processing times, so please ensure you submit all required documentation to avoid delay. If you have any questions during the registration process, please call People & Culture Services on 9568 8297 or email us via

Want to know more about working in Catholic Education? Read more in our Accreditation Policy to Work, Teach and Lead in SCS.

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.