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'BDC strives to employ and develop engaged and inspiring professionals in all areas of the college.'
Bishop Druitt College as a Place to Work

BDC is a strong community with a global education perspective, offering the Higher School Certificate (HSC) and international experiences through our service learning programs, study tours and Round Square conferences.

Bishop Druitt College is the premier education institution in Coffs Harbour, New South Wales. Our K-12 campus is only 4 km from the city’s CBD. 

Staff members are required to participate willingly in the running of the extensive co-curricular program of the college in areas such as their faculty or stage, sport, community service or clubs. Staff also take leadership in the pastoral care of a group of students. Candidates may be required to take part in one of the year-level camps that are a normal part of the college’s outdoor education program.

Applicants should be vibrant, professional and dedicated people who are capable of inspiring and encouraging students of varying abilities both inside and outside the classroom.

Staff Benefits

In addition to a meaningful and rewarding career, our staff receive a comprehensive range of benefits which include: 

  • Competitive remuneration packages  
  • Options for salary packaging  
  • Internal and external professional development opportunities with industry leaders  
  • Support for teacher accreditation requirements  
  • Employee assistance program (EAP)  
  • Provision of IT equipment - laptop computer subject to role 
  • Complimentary annual flu shot  
  • Use of sports facilities including a gymnasium  
  • Staff wellbeing programs
Why live in Coffs Harbour?

The Coffs Coast is a vibrant place with many exciting opportunities and a strong sense of community. The outstanding beaches, recently redeveloped foreshore, impressive local sporting clubs and plenty of cultural dining and café options are what makes Coffs Harbour a very enjoyable place to live. Continued housing and infrastructure developments have made the city a popular choice not just for a holiday, but also for work.

General Employment Requirements

Applicants must be either an Australian citizen or a permanent resident, or hold an appropriate permit to work in Australia. 

Under child protection legislation, a current Working With Children Check clearance is a prerequisite for all employees and volunteers in child-related employment. Bishop Druitt College requests that applicants provide this clearance with their application. For more information, or to apply, please visit the Office of the Children's Guardian website.

Requirements for Teaching Positions

Applications must be accredited to teach in NSW and hold a NESA registration number. For more information please visit the NSW Educational Standards Authority website.  

Applicants must hold a current first aid certificate or be prepared to acquire one.

Casual Teaching - Primary and Secondary 
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Advertised Positions

Thank you for your interest in employment at BDC. Please take the link below to our employment portal to check for currently available positions.