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It starts with great teachers

We believe that excellence in Education begins with an excellent team.

As our school continues to grow, we require qualified personnel who are committed to Jesus Christ, the philosophy of Christian Education and a active weekly church involvement. As employment opportunities become available, they will be posted on this page, as well as published online at and the Christian Schools Australia (CSA) website.


High School Teachers - Digital Technologies, Physics, and Mathematics

- Permanent, up to 2.0 FTE, staring 2024

High School teaching positions: Digital Technologies, Physics, and Mathematics

Embark on a transformative teaching journey at Cedar College.

At Cedar, we don’t just teach – we Discover Jesus as the foundation for real life, Display Love through supportive community and genuine relationships, and Develop Self through high standards in education.

Join us in fostering a nurturing environment where faith, compassion, and growth converge to create exceptional learning experiences. Your career finds purpose here.


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High School aspect


  • Position Title: High School Teacher
  • Year level(s): Middle & Senior School (Year 7-12)
  • Commencing: 2024
  • Type: Permanent
  • FTE equivalent: Up to 2.0 FTE, full or part-time considered, depending on subject combination
  • FTE Salary: Commensurate with qualifications & experience


We are seeking experienced High School teachers to join our existing teaching staff in the following highly valued subject areas and year levels:

  • Digital Technologies Year 7-12

  • Physics Stage 1 & 2

  • Specialist Mathematics Stage 1 & 2

  • Mathematics Year 7 – 10

Applicants will need to demonstrate a sincere commitment to Jesus Christ and the philosophy of Christian Education. Applicants will also demonstrate an active involvement in their local church and align themselves with the College’s core beliefs.

Details specific to these Teaching Positions

Successful applicants will be experienced teachers with a passion for teaching, who maximise student engagement, learning and achievement, and approach their teaching from a Christian worldview.

The successful applicant(s) will teach these important subject/s according to the Australian Curriculum and the SACE, across a range of secondary year levels. The ability to incorporate a Christian worldview into these subject areas will be highly valued.

Reporting/Working Relationships

Subject teachers work under the direction of the relevant Faculty Coordinator, in conjunction with College Leadership.

The successful applicant will have a vibrant, growing relationship with God. They will be able to work effectively as part of a team in a collaborative and unified College culture, and have excellent interpersonal, conflict resolution and communication skills with staff, students and parents. They will be teachable, of sound character, and committed to the vision, ethos, and strategic direction of the College.

Personal requirements

Qualifications: Approved teacher education qualification, registered as a teacher in South Australia.

Applicants must have a current Working with Children Check, and complete Protective Practices and RRHAN-EC training (Responding to the Risk of Harm, Abuse and Neglect – Education and Care training) prior to commencing employment, and adhere to the College’s COVID-19 vaccination policy, in order to be considered.

Application Process: An application form, obtainable by calling (08) 7221 3605 must be submitted in order to be considered.

Applications Close: 4pm, Thursday September 7, 2023.

Student Needs Educational Support Officer

Permanent/Ongoing Position Part Time (0.768 FTE)

Cedar College (SA) is seeking a qualified counsellor to coordinate our Cedar Care department and provide biblical guidance to students whose mental health and wellbeing is challenged by various factors.


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High School aspect


Position Title: Cedar Care Coordinator

Commencing: Start of Term 4 – 16/10/2023 (negotiable)

Type: Permanent Part-Time

FTE equivalent: 0.768 (35 hours per week for 40 weeks, 8am to 3:30pm) + 4 holiday weeks paid

FTE Salary: Commensurate with qualifications and experience.


We are looking for a passionate ESO who will hold close to the values outlined in this document, and will work collaboratively with Primary School Leadership and the special education and wellbeing teams.


At Cedar College we believe that children are created in the image of God and therefore are valued as unique and capable individuals, full of potential.

Our teachers and support staff are responsible for creating welcoming learning environments that are positive, supportive and engaging. We want all of our students to feel comfortable and safe, and to have the opportunity to learn and grow academically, socially, emotionally and spiritually.

With a strong focus on building relationships, our students develop a sense of community and belonging that will support them in maximising their learning outcomes. Our support staff work alongside teachers to support students to experience learning in a way that meets their needs, helping them to become independent learners who develop a love of learning.


  • You will need to demonstrate a sincere commitment to Jesus Christ, the philosophy of Christian Education, and be actively involved in your local church.
  • Special Education training is preferred.
  • Experience in working with children with diverse needs, this will include, but is not limited to, children with a diagnosis or challenging behaviours.
  • Ability to demonstrate an understanding of the spectrum of learning difficulties and an awareness of the types of adjustments required to support students.
  • Passionate about seeing improved learning outcomes for all students.
  • Ideally this candidate would be familiar with ‘The Way to A’ program, The Zones of Regulation and What’s the Buzz?
  • Be reliable and responsible in building trust within the Cedar community and acting with excellence and integrity.
  • Demonstrate the ability to interact with students and families in a positive, sensitive and respectful manner.
  • Ability to model and develop positive relationships with students and foster their social and emotional development.
  • A commitment to ongoing professional learning and a willingness to grow. This will include researching and seeking professional development opportunities to up-skill in a range of current student support methods/programs.


Tertiary qualifications related to Special Needs Students and/or Certificate III in Education Support or equivalent, a current Working with Children Check, and complete the RRHAN-EC training (Responding to the Risk of Harm, Abuse and Neglect – Education and Care training) prior to commencing employment at Cedar College.


An application form, obtainable by calling (08) 8261 3377 must be submitted in order to be considered.

Applicants will need to attach a cover letter outlining their own beliefs about supporting children with diverse needs, their experience in this area, and how they would be a valuable addition to our Primary School team.

Applications Close: 4pm, Monday September 18, 2023.


Please note that employment for all non-teaching positions require the applicant to hold a current Police Record Check, and currently hold or undertake a Child Safe Environments certificate.

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