The College has a number of positions available throughout the year.  Supply Teachers may also apply for casual positions.

If you wish to apply for employment, please see our list of current opportunities under Employment Vacancies .

The College has an extensive database of Supply Teachers who are willing to work on a casual, daily basis at very short notice. If you wish to be considered for such work, please email your:

  • full CV and contact details
  • teaching areas and availability
  • Queensland College of Teachers registration details (without which the College is unable to offer you any employment)

to Jacqui Klowss:

Please note: For experienced teachers, our Pay Office requires official statements of service from previous employers to ascertain the correct pay scale. For new graduates, our Pay Office requires official copies of academic transcripts in order to ascertain the correct pay scale. Please forward whichever applies with your application.

If any work becomes available you will receive a phone call before 7am.

To be eligible to be on the College casual/supply list, teachers must have completed an online safety course.  Registration information will be provided when the College receives your application.

Other Positions

Short and medium-term contracts are occasionally available to replace teachers who are taking leave. Permanent positions are also available although the staff at Marist College tends to be very stable.  All such positions are advertised on our Employment Vacancies page and also at and


The College has staff working in the areas of grounds, laundry, dining and cleaning. Again the turnover of services staff is low so very few positions become available. If you wish to be considered for such work you should contact Ms Julie Ward:


Please download a copy of the Employment Collection Notice here. (To be included in all hard copy applications for employment).  

If you choose to send an unsolicited curriculum vitae to the College, it will be shredded unless it is accompanied by an Employment Collection Notice, or evidence that you agree to the Employment Collection Notice.

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