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For 129 years, NEGS has woven a rich tapestry of educational prospects in a traditional, rural, Christian environment, enjoying an exceptional reputation in academic scholarship; extensive co-curricular offerings; comprehensive music, arts and dance programs; caring and nurturing Boarding connections; excellent student Wellbeing programs; and outstanding opportunities provided through a world-class Equestrian Centre, Regional Sporting Complex, Livestock Precinct and 50 hectares of open, green space. The School is co-educational Pre-Kindergarten to Year 6, girls-only Years 7 to 12 and girls Boarding Years 5 to 12.

The School’s size privileges its teachers, boarding and support staff to know, value and care for each girl and young boy, partnering with them to ensure their learning pathway is rigorous and personalised, yet broad and balanced, and enhanced by healthy and respectful relationships within a culture of care.

At NEGS, we seek employees who will continue supporting our school as one of Australia’s best regional Day and Boarding Schools.

Positions Available

Senior coach (equestrian)

The NEGS Equestrian Centre is currently seeking applications from suitably qualified and experienced persons for the position of Senior Equestrian Coach working with students ranging from Novice level to experienced competitive riders aged 12 to 18, as well as some adults.

The Senior Coach provides vital leadership of the Junior coaching team through the provision of mentoring, professional development and modelling of quality coaching. Quality training and mentoring for NEGS students and the New England equestrian community is key to the success of this role.

The remuneration package can include accommodation and a stable/paddock for an agreed number of horses.

Professional development through external coaches and clinicians as well as an opportunity to gain further training and education is offered.

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Please contact Annyka Overton on 02 6774 8717 for information on how to apply.

Deadline for Applications – No Closing Date / Open Until Filled

Weekday House Mother

NEGS is proud to offer, a lively, diverse and nurturing environment where living at school presents opportunities for our boarding students to immerse themselves in a wide variety of on-campus, co & extracurricular activities whilst completing their studies.

Boarding staff play a vital role in the lives of the boarding students and the smooth functioning of the House. You must be reliable with exemplary values and have an avid interest in the welfare of young people. Boarding staff oversee the pastoral care offered to the girls (physical, emotional, spiritual and academic well-being). We ask that you maintain an active interest in their care and well-being, whilst, maintaining professional and pastoral contact with Boarders’ Parents/Caregivers. 

Boarding staff are directly responsible to the Head of Boarding, who supports all boarding staff in fulfilling their roles to the best of their ability and per school policies and procedures. Although prior experience will be an advantage, adequate training will be provided in all aspects of Pastoral Care here at NEGS. The conduct of an efficient and effective residential school is underpinned by the quality of the pastoral care system implemented by the boarding staff. Boarding staff are integral to the welfare of our boarding community and the efficiency of our pastoral care program. The Weekday House Mother is directly responsible to the Head of Boarding. The Head of Boarding is available to support all boarding staff in fulfilling their roles to the best of their ability and following school policies and procedures.

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To apply, please send your CV and Cover Letter via email to hr@negs.nsw.edu.au.

Deadline for Applications – No Closing Date / Open Until Filled

Business and HSIE Teacher

This position requires an enthusiastic and engaging Business & HSIE teacher who is committed to and passionate about designing student learning experiences that motivate and inspire students to realize their potential. The ideal candidate will be an experienced Stage 6 Business Studies and/or Economics teacher with a passion for exploring real-world applications of these courses.

The role requires a deep understanding of the practices and pedagogies suited to the study of, in particular, Business, and an understanding of the skills and knowledge required to succeed in Stage 6. The role also requires an interest in and willingness to teach Stage 5 Commerce and Stage 4 & 5 HSIE, particularly Geography. As a Business and HSIE teacher, you will be responsible for designing learning experiences that cater for the specific needs of all learners, using a data-driven, iterative approach.

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To apply, please send your CV and Cover Letter via email to hr@negs.nsw.edu.au.

Deadline for Applications – No Closing Date / Open Until Filled

A school for you

'Before I came to NEGS I had no idea how much I would love Textiles. I discovered that creating beautiful clothing just from my imagination was very rewarding.'
'I love wearing my school uniform. It makes me feel special and very grown up when I can wear my blazer too!'
'You can usually catch me down here before classes start and as soon as they finish again in the afternoon. I love having my horse here with me at school.'

Choosing the right school for your child is an important decision, and we understand that you may have questions or concerns. Our team is here to help you navigate the enrolment process and answer any questions you may have. We invite you to visit our campus, meet our students and staff, and experience the NEGS community firsthand. Discover why NEGS is more than a school.