The MLC School girl is at the heart of everything we do. Founded in 1886, MLC School is an Australian Independent Girls’ School of the Uniting Church in Australia teaching students from Pre-Kindergarten to Year 12. We are proud of our diverse student population, and honour the identity of every girl, acknowledging that her story contributes to our shared identity. MLC School currently employs over 250 professionals committed to delivering world-class excellence in education and service standards. Situated 11km from the centre of Sydney, in the vibrant and culturally diverse suburb of Burwood, we are proud of our dedicated staff who support, create and facilitate compelling and engaging learning experiences for our young women. As a Uniting Church School, we are well known for our: Founding ethos of breaking the traditions of girls’ education Excellent academic record, including standing as an International Baccalaureate (IB) Organization World School Culturally and ethnically diverse student body Commitment to the Christian faith Dedication to global citizenship as represented by our connections and student experiences locally, nationally and internationally Fully integrated Pre-Kindergarten to Year 12 educational experience Extensive co-curricular programs that focus on leadership, personal challenge and resilience in multiple domains Our staff are at the heart of our school and we welcome your enquiry. Current Opportunities Expressions of Interest Employee Benefits MLC School staff are offered a range of benefits as part of their engagement. Excellent remuneration package Professional learning opportunities Onsite parking Outstanding staff lounge and onsite café Discounted school fees Access to Long Service Leave entitlement after 5 years of service Salary packaging Access to the School’s gym and indoor Aquatic Centre CPR and First Aid Certification training Employee Assistant Program Social activities and staff celebrations Opportunities to be involved in the extensive co-curricular program Working with Children Check There is a new Child Protection (Working with Children) Regulation 2013 for all new teaching and operational roles. You must apply for the Working With Children Check. For more information about Working With Children, please click here. For more information about the opportunities above, please contact our Human Resources Team on (02) 8741 3958 or via email.