Work With Us
Working at Hillbrook is a rewarding experience! The school’s motto, ‘In Balance We Grow’ underpins life at Hillbrook.
The school prides itself on its focus on quality teaching and learning and a specialisation in the nurturing of adolescents. We aspire to provide all members of our staff and student body with support in a community environment.
All applicants need to be supportive of the core values of the school. Hillbrook actively encourages and supports staff who are interested in furthering their own professional development.
Hillbrook has an Early Learning Centre on its grounds. Enrolment preference is given to the staff of Hillbrook Anglican School. For more information, please visit the Hillbrook Early Learning Centre page.
Expressions of interest for full time and casual positions may be submitted at any time to The Principal, Hillbrook Anglican School, PO Box 469, Everton Park QLD 4053.
Hillbrook is dedicated to growing our Indigenous workforce and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples for all positions. We are committed to increasing cultural awareness by providing opportunities for all staff to participate in programs to facilitate this. Our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) follows the Narragunnawali platform for schools and is supported by a working group of teachers, support staff, students and other members of the Hillbrook community.
How to Apply
To apply for any of the current available positions please note the closing dates above and we ask that you:
- Include a cover letter detailing why you believe you are qualified for this position and why you are interested.
- Include your resume – highlighting recent experience relevant to the position.
- Address your application to The Principal and email to firstname.lastname@example.org
After the closing date, short listed applicants will be contacted to arrange an interview. Due to the volume of applicants, unsuccessful applicants will not be contacted. We thank you for your interest in working at Hillbrook.
I came to Hillbrook to expand my responsibilities and skills and I stay because of the culture. The intentional decision making here puts student wellbeing and outcomes before the business of running a school.
David Adams, Chaplain
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