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St Hilda's Anglican School for Girls

Mosman Park, Western Australia

  • Expired
Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Start date:
January 2018

Job overview

St Hilda's Anglican School for Girls is seeking applications from experienced clergy to fill the position of School Chaplain from Term1, 2018. She or he will be responsible for leading, developing and enriching the Christian life of the St Hilda's community.

If you are interested in applying for this opportunity please include the following in your application: 

  • A covering letter addressing your suitability for the role based on the skills, knowledge and experience requirements outlined in the advertisement and role description; 
  • A current resume; Copies of your relevant qualifications; 
  • Evidence of the right to work in Australia (Australian birth certificate, Australian passport, Australian citizenship or Australian visa); 
  • TRBWA Registration number; 
  • National Police Clearance (less than 12 months old); 
  • Working With Children Check;
  •  An Employment Form (attached); and 
  • The contact details of three professional referees, including your most recent line manager/s.  

Applications should be forwarded to Mrs Esme Prentice, Executive Assistant to Principal and Dean of Staff, via email or mailed to 

The Principal

PO Box 34

 Mosman Park WA 6912 

by the close of business Monday, 30 October, 2017.  

St Hilda’s reserves the right to interview prior to the closing date.

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About St Hilda's Anglican School for Girls

St Hilda’s Anglican School is a school for girls, founded in 1896 by Mrs Edith Ross. Today more than 1,200 students are enrolled, with 150 boarding. Christ Church Grammar School in Claremont is its brother school.


Fiona Johnston


The Bay View campus has a geothermally heated Olympic-sized swimming pool, a 900-seat performing arts centre and a science building.

The Extend – ED program allows girls up to Year 6 to spend time before and after school partaking in further educational activities. Breakfast is provided in the morning, as well as afternoon tea when school is over.


The curriculum is designed so that each student can discover her talents and passions in areas including arts, humanities, maths and sciences. Outside the classroom, there are opportunities for personal challenge programs. The school believes in discovering what is unique about each student and then doing it well will flow into all aspects of life.

The school offers an exchange program with affiliated schools overseas in countries that include the United Kingdom, Japan and South Africa.

School ethos

St. Hilda’s motto is ‘Domine dirige nos’, which means 'Lord direct us'. In keeping with the Anglican tradition, the school believes that the mind has been given and inspired by God, and every day is an opportunity for God’s gifts to be exploited in all aspects of life, in and out of the classroom.

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