Be part of an innovative and professional community at the forefront of global education
St Michael's Collegiate School is a vibrant inner city independent Anglican school, catering for day and boarding girls. Located across several campuses, Collegiate has an enrolment of approximately 700 students from Kindergarten to Year 12 and additional classes in its Early Learning Centre. Our staff consists of approximately 80 teachers, 10 child care staff and 50 business services, teachers' aides, support and ancillary staff.
The School provides a diverse and rigorous academic program as well as extensive extracurricular opportunities in outdoor education, sport, debating and public speaking, community service and music and the performing arts.
As a member of the Collegiate community you will be rewarded with a creative and vibrant atmosphere, working with some of the top educators in Tasmania. You will benefit from the strong sense of tradition, with over 120 years of excellence in education. Collegiate is a learning community that welcomes diversity and is shaped in the pursuit of Christian values.
A career at Collegiate offers the opportunity to stand at the forefront of education in Tasmania, access to a highly professional network of peers with a global outlook and support for ongoing professional development. St Michael's Collegiate is proud to be part of the Council of International Schools and recognised as an international leader in education.
Employment opportunities are periodically listed here, and advertised as required in local newspapers.
Employment and HR enquiries may be directed to our HR Coordinator, Mrs Anouk Harding.
We encourage our girls to reflect on their learning and thereby evaluate their capacity to grow as confident students."
The power of the partnership between the School and parents is critical in education."
At Collegiate we offer girls a well-rounded education which develops their own interests and unique talents."
It is important our girls are respectful and supportive of others, both within their immediate and broader communities."