Working for St Peter’s College

Our goal at St Peter’s College is to develop educated and considerate young men who will use their talents responsibly for the good of the wider community. To ensure we achieve that goal we focus on attracting and retaining a team that has the skills, capabilities and passion to provide the best possible education for our boys.

The School’s strong academic reputation, excellent facilities, culture of professional learning and the provision of teaching and developmental support allow staff to excel in their chosen fields.

A career at St Peter’s College means being at the forefront of boys’ education, playing a key role in fostering and nurturing the positive development of boys through their participation in a broad, liberal and challenging academic and co-curricular program.

All successful applicants for positions at St Peter’s College will be expected to satisfy child protection screening and adhere to the School’s child protection policy.


Recruitment Process

At St Peter’s College we recruit the highest quality of staff whose skills, experiences and attributes contribute to the School’s vision of being an exceptional community of learning.


Applications must be submitted through the School’s Careers page. Ensure that your application is up to date and it addresses the instructions in the job ad.

Job Alerts

All jobs are posted on the School’s Careers page, LinkedIn, SEEK and various other platforms that are relevant to the role in order to attract suitable candidates.


The process varies depending on the role however it all follows a similar format. Your application will be reviewed against the skills and attributes required to perform the role


The timeframe for the recruitment processes can vary depending on the role but we will keep you informed about the progress of your application. Whether you are successful or not, you will be informed.

Employment Screening

St Peter’s College is committed to ensuring that we are a child safe environment and in doing so, we ensure that prospective employees have the required clearances to work and care for young people. Such clearances include, but are not limited to the South Australian Working with Children Check, Teachers Registration, and Responding to Risks of Harm, Abuse & Neglect.


Offer of employment is given by the Hiring Manager or delegate. HR prepares the employment contract which the successful candidate receives electronically, allowing them to upload required documentation.