Our Values Guide Everything We Do
Trinity aims to attract dedicated and inspiring individuals who are committed to nurturing
the character development of boys to good men. We understand the immense impact
our people have on the growth of our students.
Work with us, grow with us.
Trinity fosters a culture of growth and development. We value growth, integrity, and community.
Join us in shaping the lives of young men while cultivating your own professional and personal growth.
- Professional development, learning and growth
- Teacher accreditation mentoring and support
- Tertiary education funding support
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
- Health Care Centre onsite with annual flu vaccinations
- One year’s paid leave Doctoral Fellowship
- Salary packaging and student fee discounts
- Staff community service opportunities
- Staff wellbeing group
- Staff groups and access to onsite aquatic and fitness centre
Come and Grow with us
At Trinity, we offer a range of benefits to assist you in both your
professional development and personal wellbeing.
From providing opportunities for learning and development to offering a range
of health initiatives, Trinity provides a great environment to thrive both personally and professionally.
Watch our videos below to get a taste of working life at Trinity.
Beyond the classroom
Connect with students and other staff faculties through sport and co-curricular involvement.
Grow your leadership through development opportunities in sport, co-curricular, or through our pastoral system.
Continue your learning journey with study leave, financial support for additional study, and cross-team professional learning.
FAQ about Employment at Trinity
Trinity’s values drive every aspect of life at the School. While our ethos is typically used to discuss our provision of a thoroughly Christian education for students, it is also relevant to our staff culture, where strong relationships, continual growth, challenge, and support are built upon a strong Christian foundation.
Watch some of our videos where staff share what they enjoy about working at Trinity.
All Trinity staff are encouraged to be involved with a Co-curricular activity, but involvement is only compulsory for teaching staff.
Many staff find that Co-curricular commitments help them to pursue different interests and passions they have, as well as build stronger connections with students, helping them to engage them further in the classroom.
Trinity strives to support our staff mentally and emotionally. Whether it’s a slight feeling of worry or a more serious problem, our staff are encouraged to reach out to our employee assistance provider. AccessEAP offers a free, confidential counselling service and can assist with personal or work-related issues that may be impacting health, wellbeing or job performance.
Taking care of your physical health is important, so Trinity staff have access to the School’s sport and gym facilities at Summer Hill. There are also many staff exercise groups and sporting teams that welcome new members all year round. Other benefits include personal fitness plans developed by our fitness and conditioning coaches, and regular on-site classes such as boxing and Pilates.
Plus, Trinity staff also have access to the on-site Health Care Centre, its nursing staff, with annual flu vaccinations available.
Discounts on student fees are available to staff members who wish to send their sons to Trinity. For more information and to discuss the options available, please get in touch with the Enrolments team.
Trinity is one of the first schools in Australia to be certified as ‘Family Friendly’.
We recognise the importance of Family Work Life balance and the importance of provisions in the workplace to make this possible. We embed and promote policies and practices that genuinely support employees to thrive at work and at home.
Parental leave is available to staff members who have welcomed a new child to their family. It’s important to return to work in a way that works for your family. Trinity is also accredited as a Breastfeeding-Friendly Workplace, with a time, space and a supportive culture in which mothers can feed their baby or express milk as they need.
Yes. Employees not involved in student centred or operational frontline service delivery are able to discuss opportunities to work remotely.
You can look forward to being a part of a strong community with a long history. Respect, growth, collaboration, and support are the drivers of our culture and you’ll be pleasantly surprised by the little things that help make Trinity feel like home.
There are plenty of social activities and staff celebrations throughout each term that help connect you with other members of staff who you might not always cross paths with, encouraging collaboration and community.
Trinity staff members are also welcome to attend our weekly chapel services, staff bible study, and prayer groups.
For avid readers (or viewers), Trinity employees can access the school’s library resources for books, magazines, and movies.
Professional Learning at Trinity (PLT) is varied to make sure middle and senior academic staff are supported in their roles and able to grow professionally and personally.
PLT sessions are held regularly throughout the year with focuses on a variety of topics, including student-centred learning, student engagement behaviours, how to make the most of Library Services. There are also professional learning days for each member of staff.
In many cases, funding is available to staff members who would like to pursue further education while employed at Trinity.
Trinity also offers one year of paid leave for teachers studying doctoral fellowships, the only independent school in Australia to do so. You can read a little more about this opportunity and why Trinity is so passionate about supporting professional development in this way at this link.
Yes. For teachers we offer both primary with Notre Dame University, secondary as part of Trinity’s in-house teaching intern program, and for sports management partnering with UTS. A mentoring program for business and operations-related roles is also under development.
Want to know what it’s like working at Trinity and understand the real opportunities that staff members have available to them to grow their career? Check out stories and videos on this page from some of our current and past staff on why they love working at Trinity and how working here has helped their career progression.
Trinity seeks to attract diverse, engaged, committed and resilient people who are eager to be challenged, grow in their skills, and contribute positively and collaboratively.
More than just meeting a job description, Trinity is looking for teaching staff that are genuinely inspired to deliver innovative academic, Co-curricular and pastoral programmes that challenge, support and inspire students.
Trinity is also looking for support and operational staff who seek to grow their professional career and use their professional skills to help create an enriching environment in which students can grow.
Working at Trinity: Staff Stories
Applicants should possess a personal identification with the Christian aims of the School and the ability and
willingness to contribute to the School’s comprehensive Co-Curricular Programme. 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 these
For information on the mandatory NSW Working With Children Check click here.