Working at All Hallows’ School
All Hallows’ School, a ministry of Mercy Partners, is a Catholic Mercy school for girls from Years 5–12 that was established in 1861 and is located on the traditional land of the Turrabal people.
Our mission and vision is an expression of our community working to nurture our students within a dynamic and holistic learning environment, inspiring young women to a life of faith, learning and leadership.
As a school community, All Hallows’ School places a strong emphasis on collegiality and professional development. Our staff embrace and celebrate the Mercy values of respect, compassion, integrity, joy, service and justice.
All Hallows’ School is a professional working environment in which our staff share a passion for learning and continuously seek to improve their practices through collaboration and ongoing professional development.
Our outstanding facilities are set amongst beautiful, historic grounds next to the Brisbane River in the heart of the city. We enjoy wonderful facilities including state-of-the-art learning spaces and technologies, two libraries, an aquatic centre and two sports halls and dedicated performing arts facilities.
Discover the Difference of Working at All Hallows’ School
Staff at All Hallows’ School enjoy a range of benefits including:
- Access to employer superannuation contributions when voluntary contributions are made
- Ability to cash out long service leave pro-rata after seven years
- 14 weeks of paid maternity leave
- Financial incentive for relevant Masters study
- Dedicated staff areas
- Access to the latest technology
- Access to relevant and interesting professional learning opportunities
- First aid training offered annually
- Avenues to have excellence in teaching recognised with highly accomplished and lead teacher structure
- Voluntary access to flu immunisation annually
- Access to counselling services
- Regular staff morning teas and social opportunities.
Our Commitment to Student Protection
All Hallows’ School supports the rights of children and young people and is committed to the safety, welfare and wellbeing of students and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All candidates are required to undergo a screening process prior to appointment and the successful candidate must comply with School policies and relevant legislation relating to student protection.
It is a requirement under the Working with Children (Risk Management and Screening) Act that people working with children (under 18 years of age) in a paid, voluntary or self-employed capacity, are required to undergo a criminal history check – the “working with children check”, which is carried out by the Public Safety Business Agency (PSBA). A certified copy, or sighting of the original Blue Card, must be produced prior to commencement of duties.
To be considered for a teaching position at All Hallows’ School, applicants must be currently registered or be eligible for Teacher Registration with the Queensland College of Teachers.
Applicants for all positions at All Hallows' School must be legally eligible to work in Australia.