Trinity Grammar School is an independent Anglican day and boarding school (Pre-Kindergarten to Year 12), based in Sydney’s Inner West. Our mission is to help boys discover their innate talents and unlock their full potential within the context of a supportive Christian environment. Despite being a non-selective school, Trinity has an outstanding academic record, consistently achieving results among the best in the world.
Current Head Master, Mr Milton Cujes has been a strong and visionary leader for 21 years and will round out his 46-year teaching career when he retires at the end of the 2017. The School Council is currently inviting applications for his successor.
About the role
The Head Master of Trinity Grammar School will provide leadership with a focus on continual improvement in teaching and learning outcomes, community engagement, and implementation of School Council policies.
- Term 1 2018 start date
- Report to the School Council
- Lead a team of 2,150 students, 293 teaching staff and 150 support staff
- Principal education advisor and leader in educational policy and practice
- Effectively run the largest Anglican boys’ school in NSW
- Provide strategic and operational leadership
Financially astute, you will be an outstanding educator and an inspirational and resilient leader with the passion and interpersonal ability to engage and build strong relationships with staff, students, parents and the wider community. You will possess values that support the Christian ethos of the School and have a genuine desire to be a part of a diverse community, make a positive impact on our students, and engender a convivial and positive working environment.
About the School
Trinity Grammar School is an Anglican school governed by a Council pursuant to an Ordinance of the Diocese of Sydney. The Archbishop of Sydney is the Council’s President.
With an extensive range of world class educational programmes — including the International Baccalaureate, vocational programmes and one of the broadest range of co-curricular activities — Trinity benefits from a strong community culture, a sound organisational plan and growing demand.
Fuelled by a pastorally aware culture with exceptionally high levels of individual student attention, we pride ourselves on knowing, understanding and nurturing every boy, and we have been guiding boys to grow in mind, body and spirit for over a century.
How to apply
To find out more about the role, the requirements for application, and to apply confidentially, download our application pack from: www.trinity.nsw.edu.au/employment.
Local, interstate and international applications are welcomed.
Applications close 10 March 2017.
Location of Job
Summer Hill, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia