Positions Vacant

Aurora staff work collaboratively and professionally with a strong focus on student learning and a love of young people. We are committed to developing healthy, purposeful education for today’s world and challenging students to continually improve.

We have currently the following positions available:

HEAD OF TEACHING AND LEARNING: K-12 

Aurora School is located in Bowral, NSW, in the heart of the stunning Southern Highlands region just south of Sydney. We are a small, young, still growing, K-10 school currently running a mix of single stream and composite classes. Most importantly, we have a dynamic and caring staff who come together under a Steiner framework to collegially deliver outcomes for our students. Aurora is a great environment to work and thrive.

Our developing high school is designed to be a project based experiential curriculum, based in contemporary Steiner methods, with the International Baccalaureate Diploma being delivered for Years 11 and 12 from 2023. We have some important milestones ahead of us – 2022 will see the addition of Year 10 and RoSA, the application for registration of Years 11 and 12, and completion of the application to deliver the International Baccalaureate Diploma from 2023. Much of this work is already well underway and the successful candidate will be well supported to see these projects to completion.

We are seeking a dedicated and innovative educational leader to become our Head of Teaching and Learning. This role reports to the Principal and additionally to the Board, working alongside the Principal with a spirit of collegiality in a Senior Leadership team structure, to further build our school and deliver the goals of the strategic plan. This is a unique and exciting opportunity to join our current dynamic school as a leader, with further potential opportunities as we grow and achieve our aim of a successful K-12 Steiner School by 2024. 

Aurora staff work collaboratively and professionally with a strong focus on student learning and a love of children. We are committed to developing a healthy, purposeful education for today’s world and challenging students to continually improve. Our rich learning program across the grades includes specialist teachers in many areas. Students in Years 9 and 10 will participate in the Duke of Edinburgh Award.

The College of Teachers are tasked with embedding a Steiner-based pedagogy across the school and assisting teachers with student matters. As the Head of Teaching and Learning you will work alongside the College of Teachers to oversee curriculum compliance and student engagement, while also engaging with the school community, inspiring and connecting people, and communicating the school’s vision and journey. You will work collaboratively with the various stakeholders across the school, working within the school’s culture of collaboration and service.

Essential:

NESA approval to teach, NSW Working with Children Check and COVID vaccination are essential.

Highly desirable skills include:

  • Knowledge, understanding, and passion for the high school years
  • A commitment to Steiner education
  • International Baccalaureate Diploma training and teaching experience, or willingness to take on the required training
  • A pioneering attitude including collaboration, decision making, adaptability, creative problem solving, energy and enthusiasm
  • Ability to review and assess teaching programs for registration and accreditation
  • Ability to work with student engagement, wellbeing and behaviour management processes
  • Ability to work with parents in a shared commitment for their child’s learning

Please send your application including a covering letter, CV and referees to principal@aurorasteiner.nsw.edu.au

We will be processing applicants as soon as they are received.

STEINER SPECIALIST TEACHERS: HIGH SCHOOL

Aurora School is located in Bowral, NSW. We are a small, young, rapidly growing, K-9 school currently running composite classes. 2022 will see the addition of Year 10, and we will be delivering the International Baccalaureate for Years 11 and 12 from 2023. 

Aurora Southern Highlands Steiner School is seeking expressions of interest from dedicated and innovative High School Teaching Specialists. We are seeking teachers who can work with a spirit of collegiality to further build our high school in a way that allows for the healthy development of students. This is a unique and exciting opportunity to join our current dynamic school with a potential view to leadership opportunities as we grow.

Target subject areas include:

  • Science (priority subject area)
  • PDHPE
  • Technology
  • HSIE

Highly desirable skills include:

  • A commitment to Steiner education
  • International Baccalaureate training and teaching experience, or willingness to take on the required training
  • A pioneering attitude including collaboration, decision making, adaptability, creative problem solving, energy and enthusiasm
  • Ability to plan, lead, record and assess teaching programs
  • Skills in multiple subject areas

We are looking for specialist teachers who can add value to our program, be innovative in their approach and work with others to achieve the aim of a successful K-12 Steiner School by 2024. 

Aurora staff work collaboratively and professionally with a strong focus on student learning and a love of children. We are committed to developing healthy, purposeful education for today’s world and challenging students to continually improve. Our rich learning program across the grades includes specialist teachers in Eurythmy, Craft, Visual Arts and Music. Students in Year 9 and 10 will participate in the Duke of Edinburgh Award.

NESA approval to teach and Working with Children Check are essential.

Please send your application including a covering letter, CV and referees to principal@aurorasteiner.nsw.edu.au

We will be processing applicants as soon as they are received.

For further information please contact Melissa Savill on 0402 243 984


Casual Pool

We welcome expressions of interest from educators with a passion for Steiner education. We particularly invite people to get in touch who are teachers of European languages or sports and those who are familiar with the International Baccalaureate, or who have a particular interest in learning support. Additionally, we always welcome teachers to join our casual pool. 
To express your interest, please send your CV and referees to Principal Melissa Savill at principal@aurorasteiner.nsw.edu.au