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Diocese of Toowoomba Catholic Schools

Express your interest in working for TCS

Are you graduating soon? Express your interest here: Expression of Interest – graduate teacher

We believe in supporting our people to have rewarding and fulfilling careers and with 32 schools across the Darling Downs and South West and the Toowoomba Catholic Schools Office providing diverse opportunities to start and continue to grow your career – the possibilities are endless!

If you are a graduate teacher, more experienced teacher looking for your next career adventure or interested in a role that supports students and staff in schools to deliver a quality Catholic education – we are interested in hearing from you.

If you are a professional in the fields of finance, IT, facilities, allied health, HR, governance, communications, leadership or administration – the Toowoomba Catholic Schools office offers options to support, service and lead the schools across the region and make a difference in the lives of staff and students. 

We invite you to express your interest in working with us by completing an expression of interest form linked below.  A member of the People and Engagement Services team will be in touch.

Expression of Interest – all other roles

Graduate Gateway

By expressing your interest through our Graduate Gateway, you will open the possibility to becoming a teacher in one of the 32 schools that make up Toowoomba Catholic Schools.

Expression of Interest – graduate teacher

If you would like to apply to work at Toowoomba Catholic Schools please complete the application below. 

Graduate applications are now open - apply to work at one of our 32 Catholic schools

Meet Casey and Elizabeth who share their experiences of working at one of our rural schools. 

Graduate teacher testimonials

“In a rural community, there is a unique sense of belonging – not only within the school but also within the wider community. Everyone is willing to go out of their way to support, guide and pass on their professional knowledge. The opportunities are endless. There is ample professional development offered to all staff to enrich student learning experiences and help you achieve your career goals quickly.”

Hayley Ownsworth - Teacher at St John's School, Roma

“Working in a rural town provides you with opportunities like no other. You work with colleagues who soon become friends, and you are considered a valued member of the school and wider community. I can’t imagine working anywhere else.”

Caitlin Matthews - Teacher at St John's School, Roma

“I absolutely love working in a rural community! The students are so different here! They have spent so much time in the outdoors and have some great stories to tell. You are also really valued in a rural community. You won't regret considering Toowoomba Catholic Schools. I am so thankful for the great opportunities they are giving me, and will give me in the future!”

Grace Twidale - Teacher at St Joseph's School, Millmerran

“It has always been my dream to become a primary school teacher and begin my career in a rural town. I have created such great friendships in the short time that I have been at St John’s, and my Year One teaching team have welcomed me with open arms. I am living my dream!”

Lainey McPhee - Teacher at St John's School, Roma

“I love working in a rural town - it is a great place to start your career. You won’t regret working in a small school in your first year. Consider Catholic Education as your wellbeing is their priority and you are a part of a big family.” 

Lilly Daly - Teacher at Sacred Heart Primary School, Cunnamulla

“Working in a remote town is incredible! I have worked in Cunnamulla for several years, and it has been and continues to be the greatest experience. Toowoomba Catholic Schools has such a supportive environment to help graduates reach their full potential whilst working within these remote communities. Working remote is a fantastic way to start your career as you learn new things, create memories and experience a western community and their way of life.”

Aimee Bretherton - Teacher at Sacred Heart Primary School, Cunnamulla

"Working at Assumption College is like being part of a growing community. There is a large group of early career teachers at the school, and I find it a welcoming environment for new teachers. Students are enthusiastic, keen to learn and well-mannered which is, in part, due to the great behaviour framework that the school has in place. The atmosphere of the College is warm and welcoming, and staff are keen to help each other."

Riley Salter - Teacher at Assumption College, Warwick