Employment Opportunities

Prince of Peace Lutheran College is a K-12 co-educational, independent, Christian school located across two campuses in Everton Park and Everton Hills on the northside of Brisbane.  The College, commencing in 1985 as a primary school and reaching Year 12 in 2012, has a current enrolment of just over 750 students and continues to grow its reputation as a flourishing environment for children and young people to receive a high-quality education.

The Junior Campus (K-6) is located at Rogers Parade West, Everton Park.

The Middle & Senior Campus, 1km away, is located at Henderson Road, Everton Hills (opened in July 2009) and is currently home to Years 7-12.


The College is currently advertising for the following:

  • Multiple Teaching Roles Available – Middle & Senior Campus (Applications close 05 March 2024


Multiple Teaching Roles Available – Middle & Senior Campus

(Applications close 05 March 2024)

Teacher Role Description

1. Teacher of Year 12 Essential Mathematics, Year 12 Social and Communities Studies, Year 9 Christian Studies, Year 7 and 8 Technologies – Fibre (Term 2).


2. Teacher of Year 8 and 10 Health and Physical Education, Year 11 Health and Physical Education, Year 8 Science, Year 8 Pastoral Care Teacher (Semester 2).


  • Position 1 – Term 2 full-time contract FTE 1.0
  • Position 2 – Semester 2 full-time contract FTE 1.0
  • Please be clear in your application as to what role or roles you are applying for.


The following selection criteria, must be addressed by all applicants:

Teacher Selection Criteria

Demonstrated skills which reflect commitment to, and understanding of, the Christian ethos of the College and how it influences Pastoral Care (this may include):

• Demonstrated ability to lead children in Christian worship

• Willingness to contribute to the maintenance of the Christian based caring atmosphere of the College

• Ability to maintain a positive focused, well-managed teaching environment with a high standard of pastoral care using Restorative Practices

Demonstrated ability to deliver a high-quality teaching and learning programs (this may include):

• Demonstrated knowledge of Queensland Curriculum and Syllabus documents

• Ability to plan effective documented programs which include weekly plans and term overviews

• Ability to select and use appropriately a wide range of teaching and assessment strategies to suit the needs of a diverse range of students

• Ability to integrate ICTs as cross curricular priorities in the curriculum

Demonstrated commitment and capacity to actively contribute to a broad range of school activities as a member of the College team.

• Demonstrate a willingness to contribute to and evolve the extra-curricular life of an expanding College

Applications are invited from suitably qualified and committed professionals who are innovative, dedicated, willing to support the Christian ethos of the College, and develop as an educator in a team environment.


Applications must include the following:

1. Covering letter (maximum 1 page)

2. A statement addressing the selection criteria outlined above (maximum 3 pages).

3. CV including 3 referees

Applications (PDF Format) are to be addressed to the Acting Head of College and sent to:

Email: careers@princeofpeace.qld.edu.au

No late applications will be considered.

The College will be in contact with those applicants who have been successful in being selected for an interview. Interviews will be conducted week commencing 11th March however the College will commence interviews during the application process depending upon the calibre of candidates received.