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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

Director of Philanthropy – Development Programs

As Pulteney embarks on its 175th anniversary year in 2022, it is committed to building a stronger philanthropic culture among its close community, building on philanthropic activity and income which will help to remove barriers to education and inspire students from a diverse range of backgrounds to excel. Pulteney seeks a new Director of Philanthropy (Development Programs) who will provide innovative leadership, oversight, and strategic direction to the Development office in developing, organising, directing and implementing activities and programs in support of Pulteney’s philanthropic aspirations.

The successful candidate will demonstrate a track record in philanthropy program development and delivery, gained in the education or broader not for profit sector. The ability to build credible relationships with internal stakeholders, demonstrating best practice in philanthropic fundraising to build greater awareness of the impact of philanthropy in support of Pulteney’s strategic priorities will be essential.

Please click the ‘Apply‘ button to be taken to the Richmond Associates website for more information about this exciting opportunity and/or to apply for the role of Director of Philanthropy – Development Programs.

Inclusive Education Teacher

Pulteney Grammar School is a leading co-educational Anglican school founded in 1847 and 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.

We are seeking interest from suitable candidates for a part time fixed term contract position for a dynamic Inclusive Education Teacher for Year 7 through to Year 12 teaching during 2022. Inclusive Education Teachers have an important role within the whole school to ensure that equitable opportunities are provided for students with additional learning needs. Using evidence-based teaching and learning methodologies, in partnership with class teachers, the role of the Inclusive Education Teacher is to support the learning success and positive wellbeing of all students ELC – Year 12.

REQUIREMENTS

The successful applicant will possess:

  • Post graduate qualification in Education (Special Education, Gifted and Talented Education) or Psychology, Speech Pathology is desirable
  • Specialised training and practical experience in one or more of the following: Dyslexia, Autism, Language Development, Speech, Positive Wellbeing, Neurodiversity
  • Registration with the Teachers Registration Board of South Australia
  • Experience with teaching and an understanding of SACE and Modified SACE (highly desirable)
  • An awareness and ability to use ICT skills to complement teaching practice
  • An ability and willingness to work collaboratively within a team environment

 

TEACHING PRACTICE

The successful applicant will have:

  • Exceptional interpersonal skills and the ability to relate to students and parents
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Supportive of the School’s strategic plan and Learning and Performance Framework
  • Demonstrated passion for working with children
  • Willing to implement and comply with all School policies as appropriate, noting especially the requirements of the Privacy Policy
  • High professional standards in presenting an appropriate image of Pulteney
  • Ability to work effectively as part of a team
  • Flexibility and willingness to work with teachers across all sub-schools
  • Ability to deliver high quality services to students, parents and staff

 

APPLICATIONS

A position description is available here and applicants should apply with reference to the selection criteria.

Applications in Word or PDF format, addressing the key criteria and including a resume, details of two professional referees, and a cover letter should be sent through SEEK by 9 am on Monday 23 May 2022.

ELC / OSHC Administrative Assistant

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.

We have an exciting opportunity for an ELC / OSHC Administrative Assistant to join the team at Pulteney Grammar School on a part time fixed term contract basis.

The ELC / OSHC Administrative Assistant will provide support and assistance to the Manager of the Early Learning Centre and Director of OSHC for five days per week working 32.5 hours in completing the administrative tasks required of the Early Learning Centre and Out of School Hours Care.

The position requires a person with excellent interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work to tight deadlines. Vital to this role is the ability to communicate in a professional manner with a variety of external stakeholders, staff, students and parents within the school community.

The successful candidate will have:

  • Previous experience as an Administrative Assistant, (essential)
  • Knowledge and understanding of the Early Years Learning Framework and National Quality Framework (desirable)
  • Qualifications in office administration or business (desirable)
  • Working toward the completion of either the Certificate III in Children’s Services, Diploma of Children’s Services (Early Childhood Education) or Bachelor of Early Childhood Education (desirable)
  • Knowledge of food hygiene requirements
  • Knowledge of Reggio Emilia (desirable)
  • Experience in an educational or not for profit industry (desirable)
  • Experience in the use of Xplor and Synergetic (desirable)

The successful candidate must also undertake child related screening, and provide a Working With Children Check and Responding to Risk of Harm, Abuse and Neglect certificate and Covid-19 Double Vaccination proof as conditions of employment.

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

Applications

Applications in Word or PDF format, including a CV, contact details of two professional referees, and a cover letter, should be sent via SEEK to the HR Manager Donna Juncken by Monday 16 May 2022 at 9am.

Out of School Hours Care (OSHC) Assistant

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 currently exists for an OSHC Assistant to work on a casual basis.

The OSHC service delivers a leisure based curriculum for junior primary and primary children aged from 5 to 12 years. Care can be provided for up to 80 children between 3:20pm – 6:00pm. In addition, the service provides before school and vacation care.

The OSHC Assistant must have:

  • Diploma of Children’s Services / Diploma Early Childhood Education or Bachelor of Education (or working towards)
  • Strong communication skills
  • Working with children check
  • Responding to Abuse and Neglect certificate
  • First Aid certificate (HLTAID004)

The position descriptions are available here and candidates should apply with reference to the key criteria.

Applications in Word or PDF format, including a CV, contact details of two professional referees, and a cover letter, should be sent via SEEK to the HR Manager Donna Juncken by Monday 16 May 2022 at 9am.

Out of School Hours Care (OSHC) Coordinator

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 an educational leader to join us on a 12 month fixed term contract.

The OSHC service delivers a leisure based curriculum for Junior School children aged from five to 12 years. Care can be provided for up to 80 children between 3:25pm – 6:00pm. In addition, the service provides before school and vacation care.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

The key responsibilities of this position include overseeing and implementing the leisure curriculum, “My Time, Our Place”, and the National Quality Standards in order to meet the needs of children within the OSHC program.

The OSHC Coordinator is responsible for policy development and implementation, and the philosophy of the OSHC, which is consistent with the School’s educational philosophy and strategic direction and will be an active member of the OSHC Implementation Group.

In addition, the OSHC Coordinator has responsibility for the educational program, daily operations, timetable, staff roster, reporting, children’s welfare and staff wellbeing in the OSHC.

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

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 sent via SEEK to the HR Manager Donna Juncken by Monday 16 May 2022 at 9am.

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