Available Job Opportunities
Discover available job opportunities at Essington.
“…excellence in teaching is the single most powerful influence on achievement.” (John Hattie)
Successful schools ensure all students have high-quality teaching and learning opportunities, beginning with finding staff who align to the Purpose, Vision, and Values of a school.
The Essington School are excited to welcome applications from suitably qualified teachers to join our team in 2024. We have a number of permanent and fixed term positions available commencing Term 1, 2024.
We are recruiting for the following teaching positions:
- Creative Arts teacher – Permanent position,
- Psychology – Permanent position,
- Humanities - Permanent position,
- English – Fixed term for 1 year.
To apply, provide your Resume and a 2 Page cover letter containing 3 professional references and your area(s) of expertise to HR@essington.nt.edu.au.
Closing date for applications: Monday 11 December 2023
The Marketing Manager/Coordinator is one element of the Engagement Department, which comprises of the Admissions, Marketing and Community Engagement functions.
The Essington Marketing Department performs marketing and communication functions on behalf of the School with the primary focus of promoting the School to prospective families to maintain enrolment. The Marketing Department creates and executes the School’s marketing and engagement strategy, hosts events, and develops physical and digital assets in support of School initiatives.
The OSHC Educator contributes to the Service's Outside School Hours Care educational program, including the delivery of programs, engagement with children and families and ensuring that their interactions with children and families are of a high standard.
The Inclusion Support Assistant is to use specialist knowledge and experience to provide appropriate support to students in relation to their individual abilities. Work may be carried out in the classroom and on an individual or small group basis outside the classroom.
The primary purpose of this role is to complete the end-to-end processing of payroll on a fortnightly basis. The school currently employs approximately 150 staff, which includes 125 full/part-time staff and 25 casual staff.
This position is a vital part of the finance team and will work closely with the rest of the finance team to ensure that the school finances are maintained in an effective, up to date and accurate manner.
The Childcare Educator contributes to the Service's Long Day Care and Preschool educational program, including the delivery of programs, engagement with children and families and ensuring that their interactions with children and families are of a high standard.
The primary responsibility of the ICT Support Officer will be to provide a high level of customer service to staff and students in resolving ICT issues and fulfilling and supporting educational and administrative requirements for ICT services.
As a member of the small Information and Communications Technology team, the ICT Support Officer – Level 2 will use their exceptional technical skills and their passion for solving real-world problems to assist the various key stakeholders to make effective use of ICT systems as well as guide users in understanding and receiving greatest benefit from their use.