Calendar 2017

09:00AM 23 October
Middle & Senior School Tour
09:00AM 26 October
Early Learning Centre Tour
09:00AM 29 October
Suitable for All Ages
Sunday Market at Scotch
09:00AM 02 November
Junior School Tour
09:00AM 21 November
Early Learning Centre Tour
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People & Careers

People & Careers

Innovation and Collaboration

People & Careers

Innovation and Collaboration

At Scotch, every staff member is committed to ensuring our students grow and learn to their greatest potential. 

Our excellent teachers are complemented by a variety of non-teaching roles including classroom support, infrastructure and administration. Here at Scotch, we are a learning community: a group of people who are committed to excellence, wellbeing and a delivering a distinctive educational experience.


Our Character

As one of Australia’s leading independent schools, at Scotch you will find a supportive, collaborative and professional working environment with an emphasis on wellbeing. Innovation, collaboration and creative thinking are celebrated. Within our workplace culture, we actively embrace our core values of;

  • Mutual respect,
  • Personal excellence,
  • Life-long learning,
  • Wellbeing,
  • Service, and
  • Community


Why Join Scotch?

We are committed to high standards and understand that our people are critical to our success. We therefore value each member of our team and strive to meet individual needs. A commitment to wellbeing underpins our culture and is reflected in a range of support and flexibility initiatives across the College. Scotch is also an equal opportunity employer, which values and promotes equity and diversity.


Leadership, Learning & Development

As an organization committed to lifelong learning, we invest in our team and offer regular formal and informal professional development opportunities. Every staff member is encouraged to take advantage of the many education and professional development opportunities offered. 


Our Expectations

We have high expectations of our students and staff. These expectations include Respect, Inclusion, Valuing Difference, Valuing the Student voice, Positive reinforcement, using Personalized approaches, Coaching and Mentoring, and creating supportive environments to create a safe and positive environment. The Co-curricular Program at Scotch is an integral component of our educational offering. It is an expectation that all teachers contribute to the program.

All people employed by the College must be eligible to work in Australia. Teachers must hold current registration with the South Australian Teachers Review Board (TRB).

Any staff member employed by the College, not holding a current TRB Registration, must hold a current Department of Community and Social Inclusion (DCSI) Working With Children Check (WWC).


Current Vacancies

Vacancy Position Description(s)  
Head of English Apply
Deputy Head of Mitcham Campus Apply

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There are no current Temporary Relief Teaching (TRT) vacancies. Please check this page periodically for vacancies.

Director of Human Resources
Morag Greenwood

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