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Posted 1 December 2014
Applicants intending to be employed at St John's College will need to have an understanding of and commitment to the ethos and traditions of the Catholic faith. St John’s College is a Catholic secondary learning community established by the Good Samaritan Sisters in 1940 an operating as a BCE school since 1979. St John's is well known for excellence in academic pursuits, dramatic and musical presentations, sporting success in rugby, netball, cross country, athletics, and community service programs. Some unique features of the school are its pastoral care program, inclusiveness of students with disabilities, staff - student relationships, energetic Parents & Friends Association and community partnerships.

Any successful applicants who would be given the opportunity to join St John's College staff would:

have a commitment to and understanding of the ethos and traditions of Catholic Education;

  • currently hold or be eligible to hold a Paid Employee Positive Notice Blue Card 
  • be eligible to work in Australia for the duration of this appointment

  • have a commitment to and understanding of the ethos and traditions of Catholic Education.

Any questions should be directed to Maree Cuthbertson, College Secretary, by phoning 5441 5666 or emailing on This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Applicants will need to complete a staff profile on the Brisbane Catholic Education site. Then go to -Employment, - Vacancies, - Teaching Vacancies to locate available positions.  It is essential that applicants complete the online application as hardcopy applications will not be accepted. This is only required to be completed once for all schools in the Archdiocese. This profile asks you to list your qualifications and experience and to upload copies of the relevant documents. On gaining the position you will also need to complete tax file declarations and to select a superannuation fund.