Supply Teacher Application
Marist College Ashgrove is a Catholic day and boarding school for boys in Years 5-12, situated in Brisbane's inner Northern suburbs. Inspired by the work of St Marcellin Champagnat, we pride ourselves on delivering excellent academic and career pathway results for our inclusive community of students.
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 scroll down on this page and complete the application process. Please upload the following to support your application:
- Full CV and contact details
- Teaching areas (this is important - we need to know what subjects you are qualified to teach) and availability
- Queensland College of Teachers registration details (without which the College is unable to offer you any employment)
- Official copies of academic transcripts
- Up to date Statements of Service (for experienced teachers to ensure we allocate the correct pay scale)
- Current Police Check
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 complete an online safety course. Registration information will be provided when the College approves your application.
All applicants will receive an email confirmation of the receipt of their application.
Marist College Ashgrove is a non-smoking workplace.
Applications should be made by scrolling down on this page and completing the application process. Any enquiries should be addressed to:
Head of Staff Services
Marist College Ashgrove
3011 1308 or 3858 4534
Please note that applications from agencies will not be considered at this time.