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We encourage prospective staff to peruse our website and learn more about Orange Anglican Grammar School. Our staff are highly valued within the school community and we place strong emphasis on recruiting and retaining qualified, competent and committed individuals who are:

  • Excellent practitioners in their field

  • Enthusiastic people of integrity

  • Committed to supporting the Christian ethos of the School

For teaching staff, they are also:

  • Able to intellectually broaden, extend and stimulate their students

  • Genuinely concerned for the students in their care.

Candidates invited to an interview at Orange Anglican Grammar School are welcome to enquire about life as a staff member at the School, including staff development programs and facilities, department leadership and achievements, and workplace expectations.


Child Protection Legislation requires preferred applicants be subject to employment screening. It is an offence under the NSW Child Protection (Prohibited Employment) Act 1998 for a person convicted of a serious sex offence to apply for a position at the School.


The dedicated and cohesive staff team at OAGS provide our students with vibrant learning programs, unwavering pastoral care and first class co-curricular programs. This unrelenting quality of service to our community and children has not gone unnoticed. Our school population grew by over 18% last year and much the same is forecast for 2024. With this in mind Orange Anglican Grammar School looks forward to welcoming many more willing hands to serve alongside the OAGS Staff Team. ‘Commit to the Lord whatever you do, and he will establish your plans.’ Proverbs 16:3 (NIV)

School Chaplain

Secondary PDHPE Teacher

Casual Teaching Staff

Essential Criteria for all positions

The successful applicants must have the capacity to build positive and effective relationships with students, staff and parents to enhance student wellbeing and outcomes. Essential criteria for all roles include;

  • Active and committed to Christian faith and ethos of the school

  • Relevant tertiary qualifications for the position and NESA teacher accreditation where applicable

  • Knowledge of current syllabus documents and proven ability to develop contemporary teaching and learning programmes that deliver improved student outcomes.

  • Demonstrated ability in using technology in the learning process

  • An understanding of and commitment to student wellbeing and discipline

  • Demonstrated ability to contribute to co-curricular programmes

  • Well-developed written, oral and organisational skills

  • An ability to work effectively as a team member

  • A commitment to ongoing personal professional development

  • A current Working with Children Check

Employment screening of applicants will apply, including verification of applicants' Working with Children Checks before interview.

All teaching staff are subject to the provisions of the Independent Schools NSW/ACT Standards Model (Teachers) Multi-Enterprise Agreement 2017 (the ‘Agreement’). 

All support and operational staff are subject to the provisions of the Independent Schools NSW (Support and Operational Staff) Multi-Enterprise Agreement 2017 (the ‘Agreement’). 

Orange Anglican Grammar School: a school within the Anglican Schools Corporation

For further details please email

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