Employment Opportunities

Prince of Peace Lutheran College is a K-12 co-educational, independent, Christian school located at Everton Hills in the north-western suburbs of Brisbane.  The College was established by the Prince of Peace Lutheran Congregation in 1984 to provide quality Christian education to the children of the community.

Prince of Peace Lutheran College offers classes on two sites from Kindergarten to Year 12 with approximately 820 students enrolled.  The Junior Campus (K-6) is located at Rogers Parade West, Everton Park.  The Middle & Senior Campus, 1 km away at Henderson Road, Everton Hills was opened in July 2009 and is currently home to Years 7-12.


The College is currently advertising for the following:

  • Middle & Senior (Years 7-12) Mathematics and Science Teacher – Applications Close 26 June 2022
  • Classroom Teacher (P-6) Year 2 (Contract) – Applications Close 29 June 2022
  • Learning Enrichment Officer (Years 7-12) – Applications Close 19 June 2022
  • Outside School Hours Care (OSHC) Educator – Applications Close 14 June 2022
  • Finance Officer – Applications Close 26 June 2022
  • Junior Campus (P-6) and Middle & Senior Campus (7-12) Relief Teachers

Middle & Senior (Years 7-12) Mathematics and Science Teacher

(Applications Close: 26 June 2022)

Position Description

The ability to teach Senior Mathematics is essential.

  • This is a Fixed Term, FTE 1.0, position for Semester 2, 2022.
  • The commencement date is Monday 11 July 2022.

The following selection criteria, which can also be found in the Position Description, must be addressed by all applicants.

Selection Criteria:

1. 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

2. 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

3. 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

If the Applicant has any known condition, which we may need to accommodate for, or for you to perform the duties of the position, please provide details as an addition to your application.

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 (maximum 2 pages)
  3. CV including 2 referees

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

email careers@princeofpeace.qld.edu.au

The College will be in contact with those applicants who have been successful in being selected for an interview.


Classroom Teacher (P-6) Year 2 (Contract)

(Applications Close: 29 June 2022)

Position Description

  • This is a contract position, FTE 1.0, commencing at the start of Term 3, for the remainder of the 2022 school year.
  • Selected Interviewees must be available for an interview during the school holidays.
  • Applications are invited from suitably qualified and committed professionals who are enthusiastic, innovative and dedicated, and who are willing to support the Christian ethos of the College and develop as an educator in a team environment.

The following selection criteria, which can also be found in the Position Description, must be addressed by all applicants.

Selection Criteria:

1. Demonstrated skills which reflect commitment to, and understanding of, the Christian ethos of the College

2. Demonstrated professional skills

  • Ability to develop professional relationships with children
  • Ability to develop professional relationships with staff, colleagues, parents and members of the community

3. Demonstrated ability to plan and implement high quality teaching and learning programs

  • Demonstrated knowledge of Queensland Curriculum and Syllabus documents
  • Ability to integrate ICTs as cross curricular priorities in the curriculum

4. Knowledge and Qualifications

  • An appropriate tertiary qualification in education
  • Current registration with the Queensland College of Teachers (or able to obtain registration).

Applications (PDF), addressed to the Head of College, must include the following :

  1. Covering letter (maximum 1 page)
  2. A statement addressing the selection criteria (maximum 2 pages)
  3. CV including 2 referees

email careers@princeofpeace.qld.edu.au

The College will be in contact with those applicants who have been successful in being selected for an interview.


Learning Enrichment Officer (Years 7-12)

(Applications Close: 19 June 2022)

Position Description

  • This is a Fixed Term/Term Time, FTE 0.76 position for Semester 2, 2022
    (11.07.22 – 08.12.22) with the possibility of the contract being extended.
  • Days and hours of work will be Monday – Friday, 8.50am – 3.05pm.

Role:

  • Work with individual or small groups of students within the classrooms targeting cognitive, behavioural and social goals of the student’s programs.
  • Prepare resources for use by students with modified programs.
  • Undertake debriefing of students as required.
  • Monitor and support individual or small groups of students withdrawn for study support.
  • Collect data for the evaluation of targeted goals and strategies.

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

Selection Criteria:

SC1 Demonstrated skills which reflect commitment to, and an affinity for, children with learning difficulties and special needs.

  1. Experience and knowledge of the needs of secondary aged students with learning difficulties and special needs.
  2. Ability to listen to, relate to, and understand secondary age children with learning needs and respond accordingly.
  3. Ability to maintain a positive focused, well managed learning environment.
  4. Ability to prepare resources suitable for use with students of special needs.
  5. Ability to maintain records of students’ learning and communicate these efficiently to fellow staff members with primary responsibility for the students’ learning.

SC2 Demonstrated professional skills

  1. Demonstrated basic computer skills.
  2. Ability to develop professional relationships with children, staff, parents and members of the community.
  3. Ability and commitment to work as a member of a team.
  4. Demonstrated participation and willingness to participate in in-service and professional development.
  5. Demonstrated knowledge of privacy and confidentiality policies.

SC3 Commitment to the Christian ethos of the College

  1. Knowledge of the beliefs of the Christian church
  2. Knowledge of the ethos of Lutheran schools
  3. Willingness to commit to the Christian ethos of the College.

If the Applicant has any known condition, which we may need to accommodate for, or for you to perform the duties of the position, please provide details as an addition to your application.

Applications are invited from suitably qualified and committed professionals who are innovative and dedicated, who are 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 2 referees

Applications (PDF Format) are to be addressed to the 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 in week 10 of Term 2 (week commencing 20 June, 2022).


Outside School Hours Care (OSHC) Educator

(Applications Close: 14 June 2022)

Prince of Peace Outside School Hours Care (OSHC) offers before school, after school, pupil-free day and vacation care for children from Prep through to Year 7.

Our OSHC programs aim to extend and enrich children’s wellbeing and development through varied and exciting programs that allow children to play and explore in a stimulating environment. OSHC caters to the varying ages, skills, interests and abilities of the children in care, and includes a range of challenging recreational activities in accordance with the ‘My Time Our Place: framework for OSHC’ from the National Quality Framework.

OSHC is based at the Junior Campus, Rogers Parade West, Everton Park.

We are licensed to have 66 children in care before school and 100 children after school, for pupil-free days and during school holidays.

Our OSHC Educators:

  • Have a fantastic sense of fun and a tremendous imagination.
  • Are actively involved in inclusive recreational experiences for our children.
  • Display their genuine passion for educating and caring for school aged children.
  • Take pride in maintaining the cleanliness and presentation of the service.
  • Demonstrate their time management skills daily by assisting in the preparation and supervision of activities and the completion of required documentation.

Job Requirements:

  • Have (or be studying towards) a Cert III or Diploma in Education & Care or other relevant ACECQA approved qualification.
  • Possess a current paid ‘Blue Card’ work suitability card.
  • Hold (or be willing to obtain) current First Aid, Anaphylaxis Management and Asthma Management certificates (HLTAID012).
  • Support and contribute to the College’s Christian ethos.
  • Previous experience in an OSHC service is preferable, but not essential.
  • Availability across the following:

     Before school care:     6:30am – 9:00am

     After school care:        2:30pm – 6:00pm

     Pupil-free day care:     6:30am – 6:00pm

     Vacation care:              6:30am – 6:00pm

Applications:

  1. Covering Letter, detailing your experience (maximum 2 pages)
  2. CV including 2 Referees

 The College will be in contact with those applicants who have been successful in being selected for an interview.


Finance Officer

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Prince of Peace Lutheran College Relief Teachers

The College is seeking to increase its team of relief teachers for both the Junior Campus (Prep-Year 6) and the Middle & Senior Campus (Year 7-Year 12) and welcomes expressions of interest from suitably qualified and committed teachers who are enthusiastic, innovative, dedicated, and who are willing to support the Christian ethos of the College.

Expressions of Interest should clearly identify year level/area of expertise (including subject area for senior subjects).

Information that is sent by email should be in either Word or PDF format.

Interested teachers are invited to submit a cover letter and CV to:  careers@princeofpeace.qld.edu.au

Details will be kept on file and contact will be made as and when required.