Positions available: Secondary Teachers

Positions available: Secondary Teachers

Are you an enthusiastic teacher, who is focussed on the growth of your students and longs to practice your profession within a Christian worldview?
Would it inspire you to be part of a Distance Education school, providing Christian worldview education to students all over Queensland? This might be the role for you. 

About us

At Redwood College, we are focussed on providing quality distance education to our students, regardless of their circumstances or location in Queensland. 

About the role

Teaching at Redwood College is a student-focussed role, centred on assisting students to achieve success through the delivery of online classes and the provision of support at a variety of levels. While primarily working from our campus in Burpengary, there is the possibility of working partially from home to be negotiated with the successful candidate. 

  • Note that these are part-time positions, expected to consist of either 2 or 3 days per week but negotiable with the successful candidate. 
  • This role commences in January 2023.

Subjects required:

Applicants who have experience and/or training in teaching Year 7 -10 in the following subjects will be considered:

  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Other subjects such as Technologies and HPE will be an advantage

We also require specialist Year 11 and 12 teachers for:

  • Mathematics
  • Sciences (Biology required, others an advantage)

About the applicant

  • A passion for teaching in a faith-based school. This role requires the pastoral care and support of students, participation in chapels and delivery of Christian Studies.
  • Be able to operate as a part of a team and proactively support the culture and Christian ethos of the College.
  • Direct and support student learning through face-to-face lessons (via Zoom) and online platforms.
  • Provide support to parents/guardians.
  • Have excellent communication skills and be fluent in English.
  • Be able to support learning, and teach using online methodologies.
  • Track and report student progress and utilise our established and developing systems. Experience with Daymap will be advantageous.
  • Hold current Queensland College of Teachers registration.
  • Be eligible to work in Australia
  • Graduate teachers welcome to apply

A description of your faith journey and supporting verbal/written reference from a pastor or minister will be requested as part of the application process.

How to apply

To apply, please email Diana Trim (principal@rc.qld.edu.au)

Please ensure you include:

  1. Cover letter
  2. Resume
  3. Evidence of registration or eligibility for registration with the Queensland College of Teachers.
  4. A brief Statement of Faith
  5. Reference contact details including one from a pastor or church leader

All applications will be treated confidentially and we will not contact your referees prior to requesting permission from you.

This position involves working with children. The appointment of successful applicants will be subject to satisfactory employment screening for child related employment in accordance with the law.
Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.

Closing date:  Wednesday 30 November 2022. 

Finance Administrator/Clerk

Finance Administrator/Clerk

Finance Administrator/Clerk

Narangba QLD, Australia Negotiable

We are looking for a motivated believer to join our dynamic Educational Ministry team, reaching the world for Christ one child at a time......

About us:

Accelerate Educational Ministries is the South Pacific Area Office for Accelerated Christian Education, a Biblical, education programme providing schooling for Kindergarten and Preschool right through year 12. We currently pack and distribute educational materials to Indonesia, Australia, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Nauru, Vanuatu, New Zealand, Tuvalu, Fiji Islands and Cook Islands.

Our vision is for equipping people to fulfil their God-ordained role in life. “Whom we preach, warning every man, and teaching every man in all wisdom; that we may present every man perfect in Christ Jesus…” (Colossians 1:28)

About you:

You will believe in the importance of Christian education and integrate this belief into your work.

About the role:

  • Provide efficient and accurate financial and administrative services in order to support our organization's operations.
  • Manage the preparation of the company's financial statements and related reports
  • Manage the general ledger and ensure all accounts are reconciled and up-to-date.
  • Prepare and administrate payroll fortnightly, ensuring wages and tax withholdings comply with regulations.
  • Maintain accurate and up to date record

Hours are negotiable.

Job requirements and qualifications:

  • Experience in accounting/bookkeeping/payroll
  • Qualifications in accounting/bookkeeping not required but would be advantageous
  • Good organisational and time-management skills.
  • The successful candidate must be able to hold and maintain a current Queensland Blue Card.
  • Ability to conduct yourself in a manner consistent with the doctrines and positions of Accelerate Church.

Please submit your resume and cover letter to mikaelawaqa@acceleratechurch.com

We look forward to hearing from you!



Pick Up Orders – Important Update

*UPDATE* SCEE no longer accepting pick up orders

Dear Home School Providers,

As of the 1st of October 2019 Southern Cross Educational Enterprises will no longer accept orders for pick up. A shipping address will be required for all orders and the orders will be shipped to that address.
Orders that are currently in the system will be processed  as normal and will be available for pick up. New orders received from October 1st that select pickup will be contacted by our Orders team to confirm a shipping arrangement.
Please communicate this with the families you service.

Pastor Justin Croome

Distribution and Office Manager


Dear Partners,

Southern Cross Educational Enterprises will be conducting its annual Stock take from 30th June 2023 to the 7th July, 2023.  During this process  no accounting transactions affecting stock can take place.

No invoices or credit notes involving stock movements will be performed. This means no orders can be processed during this period. If you wish to purchase stock prior to the stock take, please ensure your order has reached us no later than 8:30 am on 22nd June 2023 (earlier would be better).

Orders received after that date may or may not be dispatched before the end of the month. This will depend on the quantity of orders in the queue at the time. Please allow for this in your planning. We will resume normal order processing as soon as we possibly can after the conclusion of the Stock take. We thank you for your cooperation and understanding.


Partner Support Team

Educators’ Conference ONLINE


SEED (Sowing Educational Empowerment Daily) Conference is an opportunity for educators using A.C.E. in our region to gather, get encouraged, challenged, and learn together! Because of technology, we can meet online, even if we can’t meet in person!

1 Corinthians 3:6 says “I have planted, Apollos watered; but God gave the increase.” If we have been called to education, then we have been entrusted with a seed, in the form of our students. Sometimes we will see the growth, and have the privilege of ‘watering’ them. Other times, we will plant the seed, and may not see anything, and someone else will take the next step. Wherever we fit into their lives, God is the one who gives the increase, it is all for His glory! And we can be assured, later in the passage, it says that we will be rewarded for our hard work! So take heart, Christian Educator, that if you are planting the Word of God in your students, you are doing good, even if you don’t personally see the fruit. Together, let’s keep equipping people to honour God!

Social Media Update

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Life After School

Imagine yourself standing in front of a signpost. There are signs pointing in nearly every direction and as you stand there, you have to make a choice about which direction you are going to take. When you are faced with this immediate and seemingly overwhelming challenge, it feels like a wrong choice can ruin your life.

This is what leaving school can feel like for a number of our students. Some of our students know exactly what they want to do when they leave school – they are going on to full-time work, tertiary study, or vocational study. They’ve stood at the signpost and made a decision. Just over half of these students will go on to do exactly as they had planned – the others will encounter setbacks, such as not being accepted into their chosen course of study, or will try their chosen pathway for a while before deciding that it really isn’t what they want to do with their lives.

Change can be wonderful. It can also be terrifying. Leaving school would have to rank as one of the biggest life changes that our students will experience. So how do we prepare them for a successful transition from the ordered world of school to the busy-bustling world of making decisions that is life after school?

One of the ways that we can help our students make a successful transition from school to life after school is to prepare them. Students can become so fixated on finishing their last test that they cannot see the bigger picture. They need us to help them see the bigger picture – leaving school is another step forward in the journey of life. By encouraging our students to think and dream about life after they have finished school and by engaging them in discussions about their fears, thoughts and dreams, we can help prepare our students for what happens next. The support and discussion is invaluable but intangible – students can’t produce the discussion they had with you to support their job application.

About two thirds of graduating students do not have a CV or resume prepared when they leave school. The one third that does have a CV or resume has one they prepared to get a part-time job in their senior years of schooling and haven’t updated it for quite some time. One of the simplest ways we can prepare our students for life after school is to equip them with the necessary paperwork for surviving the adult world. They need to know what a CV is, what a resume is but more than that, they need to have their own CV or resume prepared, ready to be used to help them achieve their goals of further study or employment.

I went searching for tools to help students prepare their CV and resumes. There was a lot of advice – much of it contradictory and often aimed at someone who has at least a little bit of work experience. I could find very few resources that helped a student fresh out of school put together their CV. I could find no resources that helped a student fresh out of school create their CV and incorporate a Biblical worldview. So we created one. We have developed a Biblical worldview resource that will help your student or child to prepare and write a CV, resume, cover letter and references. The unit covers subject matter such as online presence in social media and networking, integrity, mentoring, work experience, achievements, volunteering and extracurricular activities.

http://webstore.scee.edu.au  Order number: LAS