Positions Vacant

If you are interested in joining the team at St Patrick’s Technical College, please bookmark this page!

When available, positions are featured on the Catholic Education SA website. In addition, positions are generally advertised in the Saturday edition of The Advertiser or on SEEK.

If you are interested in undertaking TRT work at St Patrick’s Technical College, please see the information below.

When applying for any position with St Patrick’s Technical College, your application must include a completed Application Declaration Form.

All applicants for positions with St Patrick’s Technical College must be prepared to support the College’s Catholic ethos.

Please note, it is a mandatory condition of employment for employees to be and remain vaccinated against COVID-19 or provide medical exemption to COVID-19 vaccination endorsed by the Chief Public Health Officer. If successful, we will ask for proof of immunisation accordingly for our records.


TRT

To register your interest in undertaking TRT work at St Patrick’s Technical College, please forward your resume via email to the College at this address: TRT email.


Applications are invited for the following positions.

FACILITIES SUPERVISOR

Permanent full-time position, immediate start

St Patrick’s Technical College is a purpose-built trade training school offering education, training and apprenticeship pathways to Year 10-12 students.

We are seeking applications from a suitably qualified and experienced dynamic, energetic and innovative professional whose primary responsibility is to oversee and carry out a broad range of activities, ensuring the College facilities are always operational, safely administered and well maintained in compliance with WHS requirements and relevant acts, regulations, policies and procedures governing the College.

Applications close: 4pm, Monday 6 December 2021


STUDENT LEARNING SUPPORT OFFICER

Permanent part-time position, commencing Thursday 27 January 2022
Temporary part-time position, commencing Thursday 27 January 2022 and concluding Wednesday 14 December 2022

St Patrick’s Technical College is a purpose-built trade training school offering education, training and apprenticeship pathways to Year 10-12 students.

The Student Learning Support role supports students with specific learning needs and disability. Student Learning Support staff will work collaboratively with College staff to ensure that pathways for students are developed and students achieve successful learning outcomes.

Teaching background or Certificate 3 in Education Support (or equivalent) desirable but not essential.

Applications close: 4pm, Thursday 9 December 2021


MATHS & SCIENCE TEACHER

Permanent full-time position, commencing January 2022

St Patrick’s Technical College is inviting applications from suitably qualified and experienced Maths and Science Teachers.

The successful applicant will have an ability to teach Year 10 Maths and locally developed Stage 1 Maths and Stage 1 Scientific Studies subjects with a trade focus.

The nature of the trade relevant Maths and Science curriculum at the College requires the ability to teach these subjects using inclusive pedagogies.

Middle school trained Maths and Science teachers may be suitable for this role.

Applicants able to teach across other subject areas or with industry experience will be highly regarded.

Applications close: 4pm, Thursday 9 December 2021


HOW TO APPLY

Interested applicants are asked to email employment@stpatstech.sa.edu.au to request an information pack for the required position.

Enquiries regarding the above positions can be made via email to the General Manager Business Development, Mr Anthony Marzullo, at the above email address.

The successful applicants will have a connection with and a willingness to support the Catholic ethos of the College.

The successful candidates will be expected to undergo our screening process.

It is a mandatory condition of employment for employees to be and remain vaccinated against COVID-19 or provide medical exemption to COVID-19 vaccination endorsed by the Chief Public Health Officer. If successful, we will ask for proof of immunisation accordingly for our records.