Careers

Pulteney is known as a leader and innovator in the education sector in South Australia, and an organisation where staff find purpose in their work.

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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.

Cameron Bacholer, Principal

Current Vacancies

Events Coordinator

Founded in 1847, Pulteney Grammar School is a leading co-educational Anglican school woven into the fabric of Adelaide. Defined by 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 characterised by an authentic belonging.

Pulteney Grammar School is currently seeking to appoint a permanent Events Coordinator to join our vibrant team. The role will be 0.8 FTE working 30 hours per week.

The Events Coordinator will play a critical role in the planning, coordination and subsequent success of Pulteney Grammar School’s functions and events. The Events Coordinator is proactive in building and strengthening the relationships within the Pulteney community by working with a range of stakeholders internally and externally.

MAIN ACCOUNTABILITIES

  • Responsible for running a range of events, ensuring the target audience is engaged and the message of the event is marketed properly.
  • Manage the end-to-end process from planning stage, through to running the event and carrying out the post-event evaluation.
  • Be hands-on and involved with the team, working closely with members of the Pulteney staff and a range of School service providers, volunteers and stakeholders.

REQUIREMENTS

The successful applicant will possess:

  • Relevant tertiary qualifications in Business, Marketing, Events, Public Relations, or similar business-related qualification highly desirable
  • Strong organisational, prioritising, time management and multi-tasking skills
  • Excellent relationship building and networking skills
  • Strong attention to detail and excellent problem-solving skills
  • Outstanding written and verbal communication skills across all age groups
  • Proficiency in database maintenance and management, experience in the use of Synergetic will be considered an advantage.
  • Strong IT skills with proficiency in Microsoft 365 and Adobe
  • Self-motivated with the ability to work autonomously, as well as part of team
  • Able to lead, manage and organise volunteers.
  • Relevant experience with event management and venue hire expertise (including business development, marketing and promotion of venues and events)
  • High level communication, presentation and interpersonal skills
  • Social media and political savvy

A position description is available here and applicants should refer to the key criteria when applying.

APPLICATIONS

Applications in Word or PDF format, including a full curriculum vitae, details of three professional referees, and a cover letter, should be sent by Friday 2 December 2022 at 9am.

Development Officer

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.

Pulteney is currently seeking to appoint a part-time (0.6FTE/0.8FTE) Development Officer to join our vibrant team. This role will play a critical role in supporting the solicitation and stewardship activities of the School, including events for donors and designing and delivering campaign communications.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Fundraising coordination: end-to-end coordination of fundraising for the school, including documenting, scheduling and campaign correspondence
  • Campaign database coordination: research, track and analyse campaign and donor information
  • Stakeholder engagement: high-level stakeholder management and communication as well as donor lifecycle management
  • Fundraising communications with internal and external participants
  • Work on special projects as required

Previous experience in a fundraising role or a client facing role and understanding of the donor development process is essential. Familiarity with at least one Relationship Management database will be highly regarded.

A position description is available here and candidates should apply with reference to the key criteria and minimum requirements.

APPLICATIONS

Applications in Word or PDF format, including a CV, contact details of three professional referees, and a cover letter addressing the selection criteria should be attached. Applications close 9 December 2022 at 9am.

A current Working with Children Check clearance, Responding to Risk of Harm, Abuse and Neglect Certificate (RRHAN-EC) and COVID-19 Double vaccination proof are pre-requisites for employment.

Communications Officer

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.

Pulteney is currently seeking to appoint a permanent full-time or 0.8FTE Communications Officer to join our vibrant team. This role is responsible for the execution of communications and marketing activities across digital and traditional mediums, public relations and stakeholder engagement projects to achieve the strategic objectives of Pulteney Grammar School.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Manage execution of effective marketing campaigns to nurture, promote and profile Pulteney Grammar School.
  • Coordinate the production of high-quality publications
  • Maintain all aspects of the School’s communications
  • Create inspiring and high-standard content across different platforms
  • Strategically engage stakeholders and drive brand awareness
  • Responsible for the management of publications as well as digital content development
  • Assist with the production of high-impact advertising campaigns
  • Liaise with external sources for advertising and editorial opportunities
  • Work on special events and projects as required

Previous experience in communications/marketing and a variety of marketing and brand assets, including content creation, layout, design, proofing, and printing is essential. Experience in graphic design and multimedia skills will be highly regarded.

A position description is available here and candidates should apply with reference to the key criteria and minimum requirements.

APPLICATIONS

Applications in Word or PDF format, including a CV, contact details of three professional referees, and a cover letter addressing the selection criteria should be attached. Applications close 2 December 2022 at 9am.

A current Working with Children Check clearance, Responding to Risk of Harm, Abuse and Neglect Certificate (RRHAN-EC) and COVID-19 Double vaccination proof are pre-requisites for employment.

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.

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