Our mission is to provide services to our Catholic school communities which support them in achieving quality outcomes for students and in promoting the ongoing development of Catholic Education.
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Our mission is to provide services to our Catholic school communities which support them in achieving quality outcomes for students and in promoting the ongoing development of Catholic Education. We offer excitement, challenges, an amazing community and a professional, supportive environment. With a network of 29 schools and more than 2,500 staff throughout the Diocese, the Townsville Catholic Diocese offers a diverse range of opportunities in both teaching and non-teaching roles.
As a Teacher in a Townsville Catholic school you will have the opportunity to build your teaching career, establish a strong support network of dedicated teachers and leaders and shape the lives of our next generation.
The Diocese of Townsville covers an area that extends from Proserpine in the south through to Ingham in the north, and also extends west to the Northern Territory border. This includes the major commercial centres of Townsville and Mount Isa and rural and remote communities including Palm Island.
Whether it be coastal cities and towns, outback communities or a tropical island, Townsville Catholic Education is looking for the best and brightest talent to join our team.
What better way to shape your career than by shaping and influencing the lives of our students and future generations?
From your first day, this warm and welcoming environment will make you feel like you belong to something bigger - a united, close knit school community, all working together towards building stronger connections. You will find genuine support and guidance from our caring, talented mentors during the early stages of your career, navigating you through each step of the way.
Mentoring and support
Your assigned mentor will be an experienced teacher who will regularly engage with you, providing feedback and support, sharing ideas and encouraging reflection, development and growth.
Your mentor will support you in developing teaching strategies and skills, becoming familiar with the school’s values and culture, developing a good working knowledge of school policies and procedures, and establishing professional networks. Your mentor will also assist you in preparing your first-year portfolio for full registration with the Queensland College of Teachers.
You will attend a 1.5-day conference in Townsville; meet other beginning teachers, professional development, guest speakers. Travel, meals and accommodation paid for by TCEO.
Experience a day in another school – this is an opportunity to spend a day in another school in a similar year level with an experienced teacher, which helps you to see how other teachers work.
We are a learning community of Catholic schools located in urban and rural settings across the Diocese of Townsville. United under our Bishop and served by the Catholic Education Office, we welcome families from diverse backgrounds including remote students through boarding facilities and our Indigenous community school on Palm Island. We sincerely acknowledge the traditional owner groups upon whose lands our Catholic schools are located and honour the spiritual heritage of our Indigenous Australians who teach us so much about love of country, family and community.
Catholic schools in the Townsville Diocese will ensure that each student can experience the joy of learning and achieve success as a learner under the expert guidance of teachers who are inspired by Jesus Christ, our indispensable teacher. This commitment to students will take account of emerging directions and mandates in curriculum. It is supported by the development of academic expertise and improved capability, through a significant focus on professional and spiritual formation for staff, and investment in relevant educational technologies and resources. By collaboration and organisational design based on co-responsibility, innovation and on-going renewal of mission and purpose, our Catholic schools will plan for a future that is hope-filled, collegial and sustainable.
Townsville Catholic Education provides a supportive, flexible working environment where care for the individual is an important part of our ethos. We employ motivated people who want to work together to produce excellent outcomes for our students. Our staff are recognised as being central to achieving our mission.
- Salary packaging and salary sacrificing options
- Opportunities for career advancement
- Modern facilities and equipment
- The opportunity to make a difference in the lives of students
- Leadership development programs
- Superannuation up to 12.75% employer contribution (if an employee co-contribution is made)
- Access to long service leave after seven (7) years of continuous service
- Fourteen (14) Weeks’ Paid Maternity Leave
- Deferred Salary Scheme
- Corporate Health Insurance
- Orientation and induction programs
Benefits for teachers
Our teachers are valued and enjoy the many benefits of working with the second largest system of schools in Queensland. Some benefits include:
- Remote Area Incentives including cash and non-salary benefits
- Excellent wages in parity with our state school colleagues
- Middle leadership structures in our secondary and Prep-12 colleges, providing leadership career opportunities.
- Generous Scholarship programs for further study