Positions Available

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Applicants for all teaching positions must have, or be eligible for, registration with the Queensland College of Teachers http://www.qct.edu.au.  Applicants for non-teaching positions must have, or be eligible for, a positive notice and a "blue card".

For advertised positions, please read the position description carefully as it will contain all the necessary information on how to apply. We prefer all applications to be sent via email, with the required documents to be combined into a single word document or pdf and attached to the email.

Applicants for employment at Brisbane Grammar School should read our Recruitment and Selection Policy prior to submitting an application.  Please click here to review the policy.

Brisbane Grammar School is committed to the wellbeing and safety of students in its care.  Applicants should also read our Child Protection Policy and Child Risk Management Strategy.  Please click here​ to review the policy. Candidates must disclose all information relevant to their suitability to work with or around children.​

When you have applied for a job at Brisbane Grammar School, you will receive an email acknowledging receipt of your application (if your application is complete). If you do not proceed to interview stage, you will receive no further correspondence. If you successfully proceed to interview stage, you will receive notification following your interview.  
Brisbane Grammar School only advertises on Seek, our website and local newspapers. Applications from other sources will not be accepted.   

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Expressions of Interest – Supply Teaching Expression of Interest - Supply Teaching
For information on the application process for supply teaching please click on the PDF link above. Applications can be directed to supply@brisbanegrammar.com
Please note Brisbane Grammar School does not accept general Expressions of Interest. All vacant positions will be advertised below.
P​ositions Available:

​​Teacher of Mathematics​

Brisbane Grammar School seeks an experienced, high quality educator with qualifications to teach Secondary School Mathematics. This is a full time, continuing position commencing in Term 3, 10 July 2017.​​   Maths T3 2017
Applications Close 4pm Monday 1 May 2017​.​

Senior Coach - Gymnastics

Brisbane Grammar School seeks experienced Senior Coach - Gymnastics Coach to work with the Head Coach in all matters regarding the Gymnastics Club.​ This position will commence as soon as a suitable candidate has been identified.​  Senior Coach - Gymnastics 
Applications Close 4pm Monday 1 May 2017​.

National Age Head Coach & Coordinator of Middle School Swimming

The School seeks an experienced Swimming Coach to operate the Swimming Program all year round, providing aquatic coaching services to BGS students and the wider community. The program's primary business is to provide quality aquatic coaching and instruction to all BGS students enrolled in years 5 to 12.  This full time 3 year contract position commences as soon as possible in March / April 2017.
National Age Head Coach & Coordinator of Middle School Swimming
Applications Close 4pm Monday​ 6 March 2017.

​​Harlin House Residential Tutor​ (Boarding)

Expressions of Interest are called for Residential Tutors for our Boarding facility (Harlin House) to commence as required.  No previous boarding experience is required, but those with an education background will already have skills that suit this role.  ​A Harlin House Tutor is provided with accommodation (yearlong) and meals (term time only) in return for two seven (7) hour shifts per week (during term time) - one in the working week and the other on the weekend (this is a Reportable Fringe Benefit).  ​For further infomation please click on the pdf. Harlin House Tutor