Every day, our teachers make a difference in the lives of students in diverse communities across Queensland.
We employ teachers in a range of teaching and specialist roles—primary, junior secondary, secondary and
special education in 1,254 schools around Queensland.
We make a difference. You can too.
Check out what’s on offer through the scholarships and grants we currently have open for eligible applicants.
Right now, we need more of the people our young people need.
There are a range of benefits for teachers in rural and remote areas and high demand specialisations.
There are many beautiful communities you can live in when you teach in Queensland.
Whether a coastal city, a country town or a thriving regional centre, you’ll find a community to meet your lifestyle.
Deciding where to live and teach can be a big decision.
Get personalised advice from our recruiters, school leaders and teachers at events across
If you are a Queensland secondary student, you may be able to complete your university
teaching degree faster by studying university subjects while you're in year 11 and 12
You may also be eligible for financial assistance
Over half of Queensland state schools are located in regional, rural and remote communities
In addition to the many personal and professional advantages, you may also be eligible for
some additional financial incentives to teach in these communities.
We provide many opportunities for teachers to progress to leadership and specialist positions