‘Great place to work, fantastic school for boys.’
‘I am proud to work for Hutchins and feel part of a team that is at the top of its game.’
‘Hutchins is the best school I have ever taught in!’
When asked if they would recommend The Hutchins School as a great place to work,
85% of employees agreed (comments and data from our PRIDE Employee Engagement Survey 2012)
Thank you for your interest in employment opportunities at The Hutchins School.
We invite you to read on to find out more about working at Hutchins and we encourage you to apply for a suitable employment vacancy.
At The Hutchins School our strategic intent is to develop, attract and retain staff who are leaders in their fields of practice, able to contribute to our vision of an inspirational education where each boy strives to achieve his personal best.
Why work at Hutchins?
For most of us our co-workers or colleagues help make our working life rewarding and enjoyable!
At Hutchins we employ a large range of people in a wide variety of roles that all make a contribution to and have a passion for the teaching and learning of boys.
For staff, our values of respect, relationships and community are demonstrated on a daily basis and are supported by our Kindness Policy.
Work, health and safety
Employee work, health and safety is critical to all aspects of our school life. Our Work, Health and Safety Team provide systems and support to all our supervisors and staff to ensure that staff and student safety is managed pro-actively and to the highest standards possible.
Location, facilities and resources
The Hutchins School is a Kindergarten to Year 12 day and boarding school for boys located in the suburb of Sandy Bay, close to Hobart’s city centre.
Our campus is well-maintained and presented and is considered a real asset by staff and students alike. Stunning water views of the River Derwent are available from many staff offices and classrooms.
We work hard to ensure that the best resources are available to deliver teaching and learning outcomes to students throughout the School. We are particularly proud of our information and communication technology (ICT) strategy and resources.
Specialist teaching and learning areas include laboratories and technical study areas which are well-equipped. Since 1998, the School has been substantially re-built with new buildings for the Early Learning Centre, Middle School, Music School, John Bednall Centre for Learning Support, Library Learning Centre and most recently our boarding facility, Burbury House, has been renovated.
Most staff are employed under one of two Enterprise Agreements that offer attractive salaries when compared to other Tasmanian state and independent schools.
Many of our staff enjoy additional employee benefits such as a discount on Hutchins and co-operating school fees, free flu vaccinations and access to our outdoor camping facility.
Teaching and learning is our core business and for over 160 years, we have been a leading school for boys. We are a school of high standards, impeccable reputation and strong traditions.
It is a strict requirement of our school that all staff obtain and maintain a Good Character Check.
All those who are employed by Hutchins are expected to uphold the following codes and standards to support the educational experience and standard that we promise our students and their families:
- The Hutchins School Code of Conduct
- The Hutchins School Dress Code for Employees (coming soon)
Our teachers are also required to be registered with Teachers Registration Board of Tasmania and are required to uphold their Code of Professional Ethics and Professional Teaching Standards.
All staff are required to support the School’s Christian education programs according to the practices of the Anglican Church of Australia and may be required to attend services of worship and student assemblies.
Teaching at Hutchins
Teachers participate in the total student educational program of the School which includes academic, pastoral and co-curricular programs. These programs combined with our well-resourced facilities and great staff, provide an environment where boys can become their best.
Teachers are supported to do their work by a number of key staff including Heads of School, Heads of House (pastoral care), the Director of Teaching and Learning, the Director of Staff Performance and the Head of Sport.
Support staff make a significant contribution to teaching and learning outcomes and help inspire our boys in the areas of work, health and safety, human resources, friend and fund-raising, marketing and events, finance, administration, library and information services.
Applying for employment
We advertise and promote job vacancies via local, state and/or national newspapers and recruitment websites such as CareerOne and Seek in conjunction with our own social media facilities.
Information about a role, the selection criteria and details on how to apply are provided on this website.
We also ask our staff to encourage friends and family with the required skills and qualifications to apply for vacant roles.
Selection criteria are a summary of the skills, experience, qualifications and personal capabilities required of an individual to be successful in the role.
To help prospective applicants assess their own suitability for one of our vacancies and to ensure that all appointments are based on merit, selection criteria apply to all vacancies.
Our recruitment process requires candidates to address the selection criteria in their written application and subsequent interview and/or other assessment criteria will be relevant to the stated selection criteria.
If you wish to register your interest to work for The Hutchins School, please provide your details to email@example.com
Should a suitable employment opportunity arise, you may be contacted by the School. Please note that by submitting your interest, there is no guarantee of an employment offer and you will be required to submit a formal written application to be considered for any new vacancies.