Working at West Moreton Anglican College

West Moreton Anglican College (WestMAC) is a Prep to Year 12 co-educational Anglican school that promotes a balanced schooling experience and individualised learning. As a WestMAC employee, you will contribute to the personal growth and academic success of young people across Brisbane’s western corridor. The College’s unique location offers staff and students many advantages including a peaceful and safe learning environment. WestMAC provides a professionally engaging and supportive work environment where continuous improvement, innovation and creativity are valued.

WestMAC offers full time and part-time employment opportunities for teaching, administrative and support staff. The College values its employees and aims to provide a positive, nurturing and supportive workplace. We are a family friendly employer. At WestMAC you will be surrounded by like-minded colleagues, in a caring and professional community which acknowledges commitment, dedication and hard work.

Our staff actively support the Anglican ethos, the College motto Faith, Knowledge, Service and by personal example, inspire other staff and students to personal and professional excellence.

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Teaching or non-teaching

WestMAC is an equal opportunity and family-friendly workplace, offering many benefits including:

  • generous fee remission for enrolled children of permanent staff
  • the convenience of a one stop educational experience from Kindergarten to Year 12, on-site Before and After School Childcare and an extensive Vacation Care Program
  • above award remuneration packages as per Anglican Schools Enterprise Agreement
  • choice of superannuation funds, 10.5% super with an additional 2.25% employer contribution if a voluntary contribution of an additional 5 percent is paid by staff
  • opportunity to salary sacrifice
  • opportunities for career progression through generous provision of Positions of Added Responsibility which well exceed EA benchmarks
  • access to extensive professional development, the in-house delivery of which exceeds minimum requirements to maintain QCT registration
  • comprehensive staff-developed Professional Engagement Program (PEP)
  • access to a registered Employee Assistance Program as well as on-site Health Care Team
  • annual provision of CPR and First Aid training
  • comprehensive Staff Wellbeing Program
  • payment for participating in the extra-curricular program
  • generous leave provision including an additional week of paid leave between Christmas and New Year for all non teaching staff, and
  • provision of a laptop, iPad and other electronic devices necessary for role

View the College’s Code of Conduct for Anglican Schools - Our Commitment: Creating environments for children and young people to thrive (PDF 1.46 MB) and Staff Recruitment Process (PDF 61kb) for more information.