Leading in girls’ education since 1908.

We place strong emphasis on recruiting and retaining qualified, competent and committed individuals who are excellent practitioners in their field, enthusiastic people of integrity and who actively support the Christian ethos of the College.

Our teaching staff are professionals who seek to stay at the cutting edge of educational development and research, while working diligently to help each girl accomplish her best. They are able to broaden, extend and stimulate their students intellectually, and they are genuinely concerned for the girls in their care.

Candidates invited to an interview at Roseville College are welcome to enquire about life as a staff member, including staff development programs and facilities, department leadership and achievements, and workplace expectations.

Positions vacant


High Potential Learning Leader

The High Potential Learning Leader is a classroom teacher who oversees and supports the provision of high-quality explicit teaching for students with high potential and for those students identified as gifted. Working alongside classroom teachers, the High Potential Learning Leader provides instructional leadership within the Junior School classrooms to uphold robust PYP and curriculum aligned learning enrichment and extension.

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Science Teacher

The Roseville College Science Department is a collegial team committed to innovation and excellence in teaching and learning. Our students are curious and engaged scientists, and this is demonstrated through the strong engagement in our Stage 5 elective Cambridge Physics and Chemistry courses, our broad offerings of Stage 6 courses, as well as numerous co-curricular STEAM opportunities.

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English Teacher (potential Assistant Head of English)

The Roseville College English Department is committed to enriching the lives of young women through the exploration and appreciation of quality texts.

You will be a highly skilled and experienced English Teacher, dedicated to crafting engaging learning experiences which allow students to express their critical thinking and creativity.  There is potential scope for a leadership opportunity as the Assistant Head of English for the right applicant.

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TAS Teacher

The TAS teacher supports and maintains the school as a community of learning and innovation where every girl is known and valued, students engage in enriching learning experiences that challenge and empower them to pursue and attain their personal best. This is an exciting opportunity to join the College in term three and four and work in the TAS department who are committed to ongoing improvement, innovation, and excellence in learning.

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Expressions of interest


The College welcomes expressions of interest for the following positions. To submit your expression of interest please click the link below and complete the application form.

Casual teachers

Roseville College has opportunities available throughout the year for casual teachers in both the Junior and Senior School. We would welcome hearing from you if you would be interested in joining our casual teacher roster.

Junior School Casual Teaching 

Senior School Casual Teaching

Sports coach

Roseville College competes in the IGSA and IPSHA competitions. Within the College’s sporting program, sports coaches play a significant role in developing and implementing training and coaching strategies that grow each individual and team in their skills and abilities. Sports coaches work closely with their Sport Coordinator to ensure excellence, engagement and inclusion, where the wellbeing of each student is at the forefront.

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Child safety

is our priority

Roseville College is a child safe organisation and is committed to ensuring the safety of all children and young people in its care. Child protection legislation and employment policies mandate that preferred applicants undergo employment screening prior to being offered employment. All applicants must provide a valid Working With Children Check (WWCC) at the time of application or before employment. For more information, please visit the Office of the Children’s Guardian website or review the suite of Child Protection policies in the policies section of our website.