For the Whole of Their Life.

Science Teacher (0.8) and TAS / Hospitality VET Teacher (0.8) Commencing Term One, 2024

St Philip’s Christian College Gosford is a rapidly growing learning community, striving to provide quality education in a caring and secure learning environment based on Christian beliefs, values and practice. We are currently seeking appropriately qualified applicants to fill the following role:

- Science Teacher (0.8)

- TAS / Hospitality VET Teacher (0.8)

The successful candidate would ideally have the following experience:

- Appropriate tertiary teaching qualifications.
- An understanding of the value of Christian Education.
- Excellent communication skills – both written and oral.
- Ability to work collaboratively to achieve goals.
- Knowledge and understanding of appropriate NSW syllabus documents:
Science position - Experience in teaching Stage 4-5 Science Courses.
TAS/Hospitality position – Experience in teaching Stage 3-5 TAS Courses and the VET Certificate II in Hospitality Course (SIT20322 Food and Beverage).

As a Christian faith community committed to the ministry of Christian education, the Mission Statement of St Philip’s Christian Education Foundation states that:

St Philip’s Christian College will continue to provide quality education in a caring, secure and challenging learning environment based on Christian beliefs, values and practice.

We therefore seek Christians who are professionally and personally committed to bringing their evangelical and Biblically based beliefs, values and practices to this ministry of supporting Christian Education.

If you feel you would like to join our committed team, please send your resume to the Principal, along with your completed Teaching Application form which can be found on our website.

Applications close 27 November 2023 unless a suitable candidate is found prior.

Please address all applications to the Principal and email to

Position Description - Secondary Teachers November 2023

Position Description Secondary Teacher November 2023 pdf (156.091 KB)