Join Us at St Leo’s – Employment
Are you a passionate educator looking for your next challenge?
At St Leo’s Catholic College, we focus on the holistic development of every person – every student and every staff member matters.
When you join the St Leo’s family, you are joining the Pride – a team like no other. Together we will forge a new frontier of learning for life, driven by excellence and a deep desire to make a difference.
I challenge you to join us and continue your learning journey with Catholic Schools Broken Bay at St Leo’s for your next adventure.
About St Leo’s
St Leo’s is a comprehensive co-educational Catholic secondary college of approximately 830 students located on six hectares in the leafy Sydney suburb of Wahroonga. As the ‘Cathedral College’ for Catholic Schools Broken Bay, we are the only co-ed Catholic secondary school on Sydney’s Upper North Shore.
An exceptional place to learn, St Leo’s is proud to be known as a truly caring, inclusive community renowned for our pastoral care, for knowing each student and growing their unique potential. Along with our consistently strong academic results, wide range of co-curricular offerings, unique Pathways Program and focus on innovation and STEAM, we offer a wholistic view of education and wellbeing with an emphasis on skills for lifelong learning.
We aim to help our students find their passion and develop their talents so that they can shape and change the world for the better. Our wonderful community and range of opportunities form well-rounded students for whom anything is possible.
The College recently completed a $25m campus and technology upgrade program and features state-of-the-art facilities for a range of KLAs.
Teaching Positions Vacant
We are currently looking for excellent casual teachers. If you would like to apply for casual teaching, please email your resume with a cover letter to the Principal via email@example.com
There are currently no non-teaching vacancies.
How to Apply
Please apply via the position links above.
Catholic Schools Broken Bay promotes a culture of safety and care for children and young people. The Diocesan Office for Safeguarding Charter provides overarching principles that ensure children and young people are at the centre of the work we do and that every child and young person is encouraged to have a voice and participate in their community to their fullest potential. All employees must be aware of the Diocesan Office for Safeguarding Charter and be committed to organisational child safe standards and practice. Successful applicants for child-related roles must meet the requirements of the Working with Children Check.
For further information about working with Catholic Schools Broken Bay, please visit the CSBB website.