Dean of Identity

The Dean of Identity plays a vital role in forming, maintaining and broadening the key aspects of the College community. This position is responsible for the ongoing development and leadership of the evangelising process which forms the faith community of the College, in the Edmund Rice tradition. The Dean of Identity, through their work, actively brings the College Mission, as articulated in the Strategic Plan, to fruition.

Key Responsibilities

Formation and Development

  • Design and implement a strategic program of formation for all members of the school community in light of principles/practices of social justice according to the Gospels and charism of Edmund Rice.


  • Raise the College community’s awareness of social justice issues within the local, national and international community.


  • Commit to Christian leadership and the Touchstones of EREA through visioning, service and example.

Mandatory Requirements

  • Experience of collaborative practices in a school environment and a sound knowledge of learning and pedagogy and its relationship to a school’s spiritual dimension.
  • Previous experience in a position of responsibility in a similar educational establishment.
  • Track record of excellence engaging with  spiritual communities and promoting the lived Gospel.

Position Details

This position is a fixed term full time position.

The appointment is for an initial period of five years, with a reappointment of a further five years following a successful review.

This position is under the current Catholic Employing Authorities Single Enterprise Collective Agreement.

The remuneration package for this position includes salary, superannuation and a College vehicle.

This is a teaching role, one line per week. Subjects/year levels will be determined by qualifications, experience and teaching vacancies.


Applications close 9 July 2018.

View the position description for this role here [PDF, 171 KB].

To apply, send your resume and a cover letter, explaining your experience and skills, to link).


Project Director - Early Learning Centre

As part of the growing education sector, the College has decided to establish a high quality Early Learning Centre (ELC) on our campus in the Mackillop Centre.  

The College ​is calling for applications for the position of Project Director - Early Learning Centre (ELC).

If successful, you will be responsible for the overall leadership and management of the ELC during the design and establishment phases. 

Specific Responsibilities

  1. Design and establishment: Work with the College architect to design a contemporary high quality ELC, within the confines of the existing building.
  2. Safety: Ensure a safe environment and develop a safety culture.
  3. Quality: Raise the quality of early learning.
  4. Business: Leverage off existing College admin and support systems to develop strong business and finance discipline.
  5. Partnerships: Create and develop productive and purposeful relationships with external and in house professionals.
  6. Inclusion: Ensure access, active participation and inclusion of all children and families.

Mandatory Requirements

  • Highly developed knowledge of the Australian Children’s Education and Care Quality Authority National Quality Framework (NQF) and National Quality Standards (NQS).
  • Demonstrated experience in designing and developing an Early Learning Centre or something similar.
  • Proven success in an Early Learning Centre manager/administrative role.
  • Employment is subject to Commission for Children and Young People and Child Guardian legislation. It is a requirement to hold and maintain a valid Working with Children Blue Card.

Desirable Requirements

  • Bachelor of Early Childhood or Diploma-level early childhood qualification (as approved by ACECQA).
  • Montessori experience or qualifications.
  • Advanced Diploma of Community Sector Management.
  • Certificate IV Frontline Management or other business management qualification.

Position Details

  • This position is a Full Time Fixed Term role.
  • This position reports directly to the College Principal.
  • This position is part of the Senior Leadership Team and requires key performance indicators to be met with an expectation of highly flexible working hours.
  • This position is a Director position and is remunerated at an Agreed Rate.
  • The employment conditions of this position are contained in the Catholic Employing Authorities Single Enterprise Collective Agreement.


Applications close 9 July 2018.

View the position description for this role here [PDF, 162 KB].

To apply, send your resume and a cover letter, explaining your experience and skills, to link).


Rowing Director

The College ​is calling for applications for the position of Rowing Director, with a commencement date of 10 September 2018. This date can be negotiated, with good reason.

The successful candidate will be responsible for the ongoing leadership and development of a highly successful program. We are seeking an applicant who has the capacity to lead our rowing community, manage the program and continue to build on our recent successes:

  • 200+ boys in the program
  • Active and united Parent Support Group
  • GPS Overall (Old Boys Cup) Champions - 6 times in the last 7 years
  • GPS Head of River (O'Connor Cup) Champions - 7 times in the ​last 15 years, including four of the last five consecutive titles
  • National Schoolboy VIII Champions 2015
  • Multiple state and national champions, including numerous Australian representatives


The Rowing Director will work under the leadership of the Director of Activities to provide leadership, management and direction for the overall operation of the Nudgee College Rowing program. The Rowing Director is responsible for nurturing and maintaining a Rowing program that enables crews to be highly competitive and students to develop life skills. While the Director will be responsible for the leadership, management and coordination of the program, they will be strongly supported by the Director of Activities, 1st VIII Coach, Rowing coaches, the Boatshed Manager, Rowing Support Group and students.

Qualifications and Experience

To be considered for an interview, applicants must possess:

  • Demonstrated experience and success working at an equivalent or higher level, within a rowing program.

  • Preferably an accomplished teacher or significant school based education experience.

  • Level 2 rowing coaching accreditation, or demonstrated ability to obtain.

  • Understand how sport is used to drive the education and personal development of young men.

  • Demonstrated capabilities in leadership, of boys and adults, planning and coordination.

  • Possess strong oral and written communication skills.

  • Demonstrated experience in improving other coaches' ability.

Key Responsibilities


  • Establish the direction and goals for the Rowing program.

  • Organise professional development opportunities for the rowing coaches.

  • Continue to improve the existing safety procedures, risk assessment and policies for all personnel involved in the sport.

  • Plan organise and oversee all regattas, camps, coaches meetings and end of season functions.

  • Represent the College at GPS Rowing subcommittee meetings.

  • Lead the College Rowing Support Group meetings.


  • Attend all water sessions and maintain and monitor safety standards relevant to the sport.

  • Liaise with the Strength and Conditioning Director to ensure a rowing specific program is in place.

  • In conjunction with coaches, develop training programs to ensure all crews are progressing throughout the season.


Salary will be paid in line with qualifications and experience.  


Applications close 9 July 2018, with interviews conducted in the week of 16 July 2018.

The prefered start date for this role is 10 September 2018. This date can be negotiated, with good reason.

View the position description for this role here [PDF, 171 KB].

To apply, send your resume and a cover letter, explaining your experience and skills, to link).


Cattle Club Farmhand

The Cattle Club Farmhand ensures proactive and professional care and maintenance of show cattle on loan to the College. This position works with the Cattle Club Manager to provide education and skill development of students and staff in cattle handling and husbandry.

This part time position (20 hours per week) is involved in farming and livestock activities around the school farm. We are looking for an enthusiastic person with a passion for agriculture and attention to detail to perform a variety of duties both on and off the campus.

The successful applicant must hold an MR truck licence as the applicant will be expected to be involved in the movement of livestock. Chemical application competencies will also be held in high regard when applying for this position.

The Farmhand position may also be combined with the following Groundsperson position to create a full time position if desired.

The part time (56 hours per fortnight) Groundsperson works within the Property & Services team to ensure proactive and professional maintenance of College grounds (including ovals, road edges, playgrounds, sporting and recreational facilities) and equipment required for such maintenance.

Both position descriptions are available below. Please indicate whether you are interested in the part time or full time position when you are applying.

Cattle Club Farmhand position description is available here.

Groundsperson position description is available here.

To apply, send your resume and a cover letter explaining your experience and skills to

Applications close 18 June 2018. Enquiries to Rachel Wilson, Cattle Club Manager -


Tuckshop Assistant

St Joseph’s Nudgee College is seeking a part time term time Tuckshop Assistant to commence in Term 3. Rostered hours are 45 per fortnight during term time.

Monday to Thursday 7.00am to 11.00am and Friday 7.00am to 2.00pm (with a half hour unpaid meal break).

Applications close at 8.00am on 18 June 2018 - interviews may occur during application period. Please contact Tricia (Tuckshop Convenor) on 3865 0560 if you have any questions.

The full position description is available here. [PDF, 133 KB]

Applications can be sent to .


Learn to Swim Coaches

St Joseph’s Nudgee College is currently seeking qualified and experienced 'Learn to Swim' coaches for Nudgee College Swimming. We are seeking coaches for an immediate start who can continue until April 2018.  

The available rosters are from Monday to Saturday in both the morning and afternoon.
The morning classes vary dependent on the age of the children:
  • 9.30am to 11.30am
  • 9.30am to 12.30pm
  • 9.30am to 1.30pm
The afternoon classes run from 3.30pm to 6.00pm.Applicants require:
  • An Australian Swimming Coaching License
  • Learn to Swim qualifications
  • A current, or the ability to gain, a Working with Children Blue Card

To apply, please submit a cover letter and CV to


Bus Drivers

Due to an expansion in the bus department, the College is seeking to employ multiple part time and casual bus drivers for weekday, night and weekend shifts. We are offering morning, afternoon and evening work. Depending on the shift you will be driving either our students or adults/elderly members of our extended community.

To be successful, you will need a:

  • Current Queensland driver's licence - (minimum MR);
  • Current Queensland Driver's Authority;
  • First Aid Certificate (or be willing to obtain, paid for by the College); and
  • Current and valid Working with Children Card (or ability to obtain).

Applications are sought immediately. Interviews will be conducted as soon as suitable applicants are found.
To apply, please submit a cover letter and CV to