With approximately 240 full-time, part-time and casual staff, Pulteney is a School in which professionalism and commitment to excellence are valued in each and every role.
Uniquely located on one site within the CBD, Pulteney is an active and proud member of the City of Adelaide and enjoys a rich and vibrant community defined by an authentic belonging.
With an array of excellent career opportunities for teaching, administrative and ancillary staff, we welcome applications from forward thinking, dynamic individuals who excel in a contemporary environment.
Employees at Pulteney have access to an array of professional benefits including:
- Partial remission of tuition fees (for eligible staff)
- Salary packaging options
- Extensive career and professional development opportunities
- Access to wellbeing services, including an Employee Assistant Program and chaplaincy services which provide a range of personal and family benefits
- Travel opportunities throughout the year to interstate and international destinations with various student groups
- An active Social Club with events and activities offered throughout the year
- Excellent facilities with innovative technology
- A collegial and supportive working environment
You will find that when you join Pulteney, you don’t just become part of an organisation, you become part of our community.
Dance (Year 3 - Year 12)
Founded in 1847, Pulteney Grammar School is a leading co-educational Anglican school woven into the fabric of Adelaide. Formed through a tradition of innovation, Pulteney Grammar School provides an education that positions its 1,000 students to prosper. Uniquely located on one site within the CBD, Pulteney is an active and proud member of the city of Adelaide and enjoys a rich and vibrant Old Scholars’ community defined by a true sense of belonging.
An opportunity exists for a Teacher – Dance on a replacement contract for Term 2 – 4 at 0.8 – 1.0FTE.
The successful applicant will possess:
- registration with the Teachers Registration Board of South Australia
- appropriate tertiary qualifications and teaching experience
- an understanding of learning and teaching strategies
- the ability to provide pastoral care to students
- the ability to integrate ICT within the curriculum
- the ability to work within a team and contribute collaboratively to projects within the wider School environment
The successful applicant will:
- coordinate and curate the annual dance concert
- direct a co-curricular dance troupe, usually Senior Dance Troupe
- manage and facilitate the SACE Dance video production process
- assist students to develop appropriate skills and knowledge
- support a range of student abilities within an inclusive learning environment
- communicate effectively with students, staff and parents
- establish and maintain positive relationships with students and parents
- establish and maintain an effective classroom learning environment
- plan and implement appropriate curriculum and assessment plans
- have the capacity to use analytical skills to contribute to educational outcomes
- use appropriate behaviour management techniques in fulfilling the School’s behaviour management plan
- possess knowledge of, and use, a wide range of assessment strategies
- monitor student progress and provide relevant feedback as required
- possess high level ICT skills
- demonstrate the ability to work as part of a dynamic team of educators
- support the Strategic Directions of the School
The successful applicant will:
- attend appropriate staff meetings and professional development activities as required
- fulfil additional responsibilities as required by all teaching staff
A position description is available here and applicants should refer to the key criteria when applying.
Applications in Word or PDF format, including a full curriculum vitae, details of three professional referees, and a cover letter, should be sent via SEEK to Marilize De Witt, Human Resources Manager. Applications close at 9am on Friday, 1 March 2024.
Pathways in Sport at Pulteney - Coaching
At Pulteney, our sport coaches are trained to function as sport educators borrowing from the basic principles of sport, developing problem solving and critical thinking skills in their players and teams.
We cultivate a player centred approach whereby our students are encouraged to take risks and are taught the concepts of responsibility, humility and accountability.
Interested in joining Pulteney Sport as a coach? Read more about our coaching development framework below.