Our recruitment vision at Matthew Flinders Anglican College is threefold:
- to be a dynamic learning community
- to enable staff to flourish in a collaborative and professional environment, and
- to respond to emerging evidence of new ways to teach our students.
Our staff share and enable this vision, whilst bringing their own thoughts and aspirations to the College.
Working at Flinders is a commitment to your professional growth and your engagement with, and connection to, a dynamic community. Flinders staff are supported in their wellbeing and professional development, work in contemporary and industry leading learning spaces against a backdrop of a broad range of state-of-the-art sporting, creative arts, outdoor education and design facilities.
Attracting both students and staff locally, nationally and internationally, the College community is dynamic and welcoming. Staff are empowered and supported to collaborate, innovate and inspire, providing exciting professional opportunities.
If you would like to share your passions and interests as you contribute to our shared vision to educate for excellence in learning and life, we welcome your application.
Recruitment Journey at Flinders
Visit our Job Opportunities page to view vacant positions or alternatively for instructions on how to submit an Expression of Interest.
Each vacancy has an information pack to download. Please read to ensure you understand the requirements and your suitability for the role.
All applications must be submitted through Seek.com.au. You will receive an email confirmation by the closing date, noting that your application has been received and advising shortlisting and interview timeframes.
Short-listed candidates will be invited to attend an interview with an interview panel. Candidates short-listed from the first interview may be invited to participate in a second interview and/or further recruitment activities. For teachers, this may include a demonstration lesson.
Preferred candidates will be subject to the following employment screening activities:
(i) Reference Checks
(ii) Registration with Queensland College of Teachers or current Blue Card
(iii) Anglican Church’s National Professional Standards Register
(iv) Australian work rights
After all pre-employment checks have been completed, the successful candidate will receive a verbal offer from Matthew Flinders Anglican College. With their agreement, a formal offer of employment will be sent electronically.