Careers at SCOTS

We know great schools are filled with great people and that’s why we’re committed to making SCOTS PGC a great place to work.

We are a relational organisation that is values driven. For this reason, contributing to our community – and being part of it – is incredibly important to the work we do. We’re also a team of professionals willing to go ‘above and beyond’ in the spirit of helping our boys and girls to achieve their potential.

SCOTS PGC College currently employs around 100 staff across a range of specialist areas with almost half fulfilling an academic role.


  • Competitive remuneration and benefits
  • 38-week academic year
  • Family-friendly provisions
  • Technology supplied at no cost to you
  • Lunch supplied to staff through our dining hall
  • Discounted tuition fees for the children of staff enrolled at the College
  • Strong focus on learning and development
  • Free access to confidential counselling, financial advice and health and wellbeing advice for you and your immediate family members through our Employee Assistance Program

Opportunities to work with us

Looking for your next career challenge? Considering a tree change?

Any available positions are published on this page and on a range of contemporary online platforms, including Seek and LinkedIn.

Current vacancies

The following vacancies are open right now:

Catering Assistant

Boarding House Supervisors

Should you be interested in casual employment, you can register your interest as a relief teacher.

Register here

How to apply

We welcome applications in response to advertised positions.
All applications should include:

  1. A letter of application addressed to the Principal, Mr Kyle Thompson
  2. A statement addressing the key selection criteria
  3. Current resume outlining your career and education history
  4. Contact details of at least three professional referees

Applicants will be subject to employment screening, including checks with the Queensland College of Teachers (QCT) and the Commission for Children and Young People and Child Guardian. Applicants for academic positions must have current QCT registration and all non-teaching applicants must hold a current Blue Card or be eligible to obtain a Blue Card upon commencement.

Further enquires

Enquiries can be directed to Head of People and Culture, Derek Naughten via:

+ 07 4666 9811