About Us

Rosebank College, Five Dock, is a Good Samaritan, Benedictine, Catholic co-educational school that belongs to the community of ten schools across Australia called Good Samaritan Education (GSE). It is committed to the successful integration of e-learning and innovative pedagogy across the Curriculum for Years 7 to 12.  Rosebank College promotes an inclusive, welcoming environment for children and provides transparent, accountable, risk-managed approaches to ensure child safeguarding.

What we offer

We provide a range of professional, general and health benefits including:

  • We pay more than most Catholic schools with additional holiday leave from 2023
  • Long service leave and sick leave may be transferable from systemic and non-systemic Catholic schools
  • Salary packaging options
  • Regular Professional learning opportunities
  • Support in professional development and career progression
  • Appraisal framework RPPR to promote professional growth and development
  • Staff morning teas and social gatherings throughout the year
  • General leave options in accordance with the relevant enterprise agreements and/or modern awards
  • Free onsite parking (available soon)
  • Beautiful modern campus
  • Close to popular eateries
  • School provided Microsoft Surface Pro laptop
  • On-site ICT team to provide assistance with technology as required on a daily basis
  • Induction program to provide a successful start
  • Access to our confidential employee assistance program
  • Supportive and dynamic teams
  • Diverse and inclusive welcoming community


Current opportunities

Please click on the below links to view any current available positions within our committed teams and welcoming community:


Application process

We encourage you to reach out to us if you are interested in applying for a permanent, temporary or casual job position at Rosebank College.

Please apply by submitting your application to the Principal, Rosebank College, via email to: recruitment@rosebank.nsw.edu.au.

Your application will need to include the following:

  • A cover letter
  • A copy of your CV outlining your qualifications, experience and skills
  • Three (3) referees including your current employer
  • Copies of any certified academic transcripts
  • A current NSW Working With Children Check number 

The additional documents are required for all teaching positions:

  • Formal teaching qualifications
  • Current NESA Accreditation and approval to teach in NSW
  • Statements of Service


Our Commitment to Equal Opportunity Employment & Child Safety

Rosebank College is an equal opportunity employer and we are committed to child safety. The appointment of a successful candidate is conditional and based on the successful completion of all pre-employment screening for child-related employment and reference checks that will be carried out as part of our due diligence.

Rosebank College has zero tolerance for child abuse. Rosebank College supports and respects all children. Child safety and wellbeing are embedded in our practices. Rosebank College is committed to providing students with a safe, healthy environment.

Rosebank College, complies with all applicable legislative requirements in its recruitment, selection and induction of all staff. The College actively promotes equity, diversity and a culture free from unlawful discrimination. 

The College is committed to fair, just, merit based recruitment processes in its selection of high quality staff who are committed to the College’s mission and values. 

All recruitment is based on merit, assessed against well-defined and publicised selection criteria, which varies depending on the nature of position. All candidates are subject to pre-screening procedures during recruitment process to ensure: 

  • that any persons employed by the College is suitable to be working with children and young people;
  • that any person which is employed is appropriately skilled and can meet and perform the full inherent requirements of a role as outlined in the position description; 
  • that candidates hold a valid Working with Children Check pursuant to the Child Protection (Working with Children) Act 2012 (NSW); 
  • that candidates hold and maintain accreditation under the Teacher Accreditation Act 2004 (NSW) (if a Teacher).


Enterprise Agreements

Teaching staff are employed under the NSW Catholic Independent Schools (Teachers – Model B) Multi-Enterprise Agreement 2020

Support staff are employed under the NSW Catholic Independent Schools (Support Staff – Model B) Multi-Enterprise Agreement 2020


Volunteering at Rosebank College

Rosebank College appreciates the dedicated individuals that choose to generously contribute their time and experience to the service of the college.  Our volunteers assist in a range of administrative, educational and social areas as required by the College throughout the year.

We welcome hearing from you should you wish to register your interest in contributing to the college as a volunteer. Please submit your interest via email to: recruitment@rosebank.nsw.edu.au.


General enquiries

If you have any general enquiries regarding working at Rosebank College, please contact the College’s Human Resources Manager, via email to recruitment@rosebank.nsw.edu.au.