Nowra Christian School are currently inviting applications from committed Christians of evangelical persuasion who are active in their local church, to join our Primary School team in the following role:

Primary Teacher (Part-time)

Applications close:

About the job

  • Part-time position -  3 days per week

  • Be part of a highly professional and dynamic Primary team

The successful applicant will:

  • have a strong Christian faith and be an active member of a local church

  • have a working understanding of teaching from a Christian worldview

  • have demonstrated experience in a variety of stages in primary education

  • provide high quality teaching and learning programs that leverage ICT

  • demonstrate excellent classroom management

  • participate in the co-curricular life of the School

  • possess well-developed interpersonal skills

  • be committed to ongoing professional learning

Desirable qualifications and experience:

  • Appropriate teaching qualifications in teaching Primary Education and accredited with NESA

Mandatory requirements:

  • Reference from current church minister

  • Completion of the school’s application form

  • Current NSW Working With Children Check approval number

  • NSW Teacher Accreditation number

  • Current first aid certificate

  • Current COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate or relevant medical contraindication certificate

How to apply:

After downloading the relevant application pack. Please submit your application via our online application form. Any enquiries should be directed to Gail Bate on 02 4422 1199. 


Only applicants who complete the official online school application form will be considered.

About us

Nowra Christian School is a growing Christian K-12 learning community of approximately 460 students, situated on the beautiful NSW South Coast. For over 41 years, we have continued to offer an excellent Christian schooling experience for those who live in the Shoalhaven region.

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Address

194 Old Southern Rd, South Nowra NSW 2541, Australia