Employment Opportunities

Current Employment Opportunities

We're always searching for amazing people to join our team. Take a look at our current opportunities over our three sites.

About St Peters

St Peters Lutheran College is Queensland’s leading day and boarding co-educational independent school. The College is governed by the Lutheran Church of Australia (Queensland District) and has been upholding the mission of ‘Excellence in Christian Co-education’ since 1945.

Today, we operate two schools—Indooroopilly and Springfield. Both offer multiple pathways and exceptional opportunities for students from Prep to Year 12. Springfield also caters to children in Kindergarten and Boarders are accepted at Indooroopilly from Year 6, continuing a tradition dating from 1945.

In addition, our College offers Ironbark—an iconic 5-week outdoor education experience, compulsory for Year 9 students. Ironbark is a working farm and property based at Crows Nest, Queensland. 

Why work at St Peters?

St Peters Lutheran College is a unique workplace. Our staff are highly valued and respected. Our team includes a core of approximately 550 permanent employees with many additional team members in casual positions. Across all three sites, staff collaborate to create an outstanding educational environment for students and staff to grow and flourish. St Peters is committed to attracting and retaining high quality academic and corporate team members.

The St Peters motto, ‘Plus Ultra’ (Ever Higher), is expected from all team members and students. We believe that education is central to improving life and society. We seek to ensure that Every Child Learns, Every Day. 

To find out more about our College, please feel free to explore our College website, the St Peters Blog, or read our Plus Ultra 2025 Strategic Intent document.

Staff enjoy the following benefits:

  • Competitive superannuation contributions with salary packaging options
  • Utilise your variety of interests and skills by participating in additional roles in sporting, music and other co-curricular activities
  • Access to gymnasium
  • Ironbark (during Term breaks)
  • Concession on College fees (at the school where the employee is employed)
  • Free onsite parking
  • Health Services – Employee Assistance Program ("EAP") (free external and confidential counselling service), annual Flu vaccinations
  • Professional development opportunities
  • Paid parental leave (14 weeks) and Long Service Leave (after seven years of service)
  • Provision of laptop, or equivalent for Academic staff

Blue Card 2020


All children have a right to be safe and protected from harm. The Blue Card system regulates activities which are essential to Children’s lives, including education. The Blue Card check is a national criminal history check and is a mandatory compliance item in education for all employment positions. The Queensland Government’s Blue Card system is made up of 3 parts;

  • Screening
  • Ongoing monitoring
  • Risk management strategies.
Changes to Blue Cards

Blue Card Legislation has changed effective 31 August 2020 and a "No Card, No Start" policy is now in effect. This means that paid Employees must hold a current paid Blue Card / Exemption Card or be issued with a paid Blue Card / Exemption Card before they can commence work. Candidates may wish to consider how their Blue Card status will affect their suitability for this position as a Blue Card / Exemption Card is an inherent requirement of the role prior to a start date. As has already been the case and consistent with other registrations/certifications, for example, QCT Teacher registration, applying for and maintaining currency of your Blue Card is a personal professional obligation (including expenses). If you have any questions on these upcoming changes or Blue Cards in general, you can contact Blue Card Services directly or email People & Culture.