Careers at St Luke's

St Luke's Anglican School is one of Queensland’s highest performing regional schools. Located in Bundaberg, Queensland, St Luke’s is a co-educational day school, educating over 1,100 students from Junior to Year 12. St Luke’s has a strong reputation for academic excellence, fostering spirituality and the development of each student's full potential. The School employs 200 full-time, part-time and casual staff, covering all school functions including academic, co-curricular, administration and support services. Professional development and wellbeing of the staff are both important to the culture of the School.

Current Positions Vacant

Please see the following positions vacant at St Luke's Anglican School. Click the drop down arrow for individual role descriptions and application instructions. 

HOF - Performing Arts

St Luke’s Anglican School is actively seeking an innovative and exceptional Head of Faculty - Performing Arts to lead and inspire the teaching and learning of Performing Arts across the School.

All staff at St Luke's Anglican School are supportive of the Child Protection Statement of Commitment, Anglican Code of Conduct, and stated values and Ethos of the School. Candidates must be eligible for or hold a current working with children Blue Card/QCT registration/Professional registration.

To view the full Candidate Pack, please click here.

ELC Educator (Casual)

St Luke's Anglican School seeks passionate Educators to join the Early Learning Centre in delivering exceptional service to children, staff and parents.

All staff at St Luke's Anglican School are supportive of the Child Protection Statement of Commitment, Anglican Code of Conduct, and stated values and Ethos of the School. Candidates must be eligible for or hold a current working with children Blue Card/QCT registration/Professional registration.

To view the full Role Statement, please click here.

Applying for a Position at St Luke's

Please refer to the full employment package and role statement for each position for the selection criteria and information on how to apply.

Applications can be submitted via email to employment@stlukes.qld.edu.au.

Pre-employment checks form part of the appointment process and cover such matters as Student Protection, Workplace Health and Safety, School Procedures and Policies, etc.

The following documents pertain to all positions at St Luke's Anglican School and are a requirement for employment:

Benefits and Culture

St Luke’s Anglican School offers the opportunity to work with exceptional educators and staff, dedicated and passionate about enabling and empowering students to be the best they can be.

You will experience an innovative and creative teaching and learning culture, supported by your colleagues and the Executive Leadership Team and a commitment to your professional development.

Our staff enjoy a highly competitive remuneration package, discounts on school fees for children, park-like grounds, modern facilities, free before and after school care during term time and a gymnasium.

The opportunity to enjoy the sub-tropical lifestyle and health benefits associated with living outside of a capital city.

A Little About Bundaberg

Bundaberg is a small city centred on the Burnett River. Situated just 360km by road north of Brisbane, Bundaberg offers a myriad of natural and cultural amenities to people of all ages.

Bundaberg is known by locals as the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef and is also close to Fraser Island, the world’s largest sand island. The region boasts many wonderful beaches and national parks. Bundaberg is also a fisherman’s paradise with countless opportunities for freshwater, river and ocean boating.

The city is well serviced by road, rail and air. Flying time to Brisbane is approximately 50 minutes, and several services operate daily.

Bundaberg boasts one of the very best climates in Australia. The temperature typically varies from 14°C to 30°C and is rarely below 10°C or above 33°C. Please visit the links below to learn more about our beautiful city, pristine parks and wilderness.