Our PMSA Team
The PMSA and its schools employ over 800 staff members in teaching and learning, co-curricular activities (eg: music, sports, debating, chess), administration, building and grounds, and hospitality services and provides over 5,000 students with an education of excellence in a Christian and caring environment.
We seek to recruit and retain the best employees for our schools, people who are committed to our values and to excellence in teaching and learning. Our employees create outstanding teaching and learning environments and have a strong culture of care and support for our students, based on our Christian values and our passion for excellence.The contributions of all of our staff members are highly valued and we encourage all new and existing staff in the pursuit of their goals and to be active members of the PMSA community.
Career Opportunities in the PMSA Corporate Services Office
The PMSA Corporate Services Office, located in Toowong in Brisbane's inner west, provides support to the PMSA Council in their governance and management of the four PMSA schools, including Strategic Planning; governance, supervision and reporting; Compliance support and management; Professional advice and support to school councils and management including workplace health and safety and risk management; Management of collective purchase and outsourcing arrangements and Policy and governmental relationships.
Information for Applicants
Please read the position description available under “Current Employment Opportunities” carefully as it will contain all the necessary information as to how to apply.
Current Employment Opportunities
PMSA Corporate Services Office
There are no employment opportunites currently available at the PMSA Corporate Services Office.
For employment opportunities within any of our PMSA Schools please see Current Employment Opportunities at the bottom of the page and/or follow the link to the relevant school website.
Brisbane Boys' College
Brisbane Boys’ College, Toowong (established in 1901) provides day and boarding school education for approximately 1550 boys from Preparatory Year to Year 12. Enrolments at Brisbane Boys' College include approximately 115 boarding students from rural and regional Queensland, interstate and overseas.
Clayfield College, Clayfield (established 1931) provides education for approximately 950 students, including girls from Preparatory Year to Year 12 and boys from Preparatory Year to Year 5. Enrolments at Clayfield College include approximately 95 boarding students from rural and regional Queensland, interstate and overseas and 106 full-fee paying overseas students. Boarding opportunities exist for girls from Year 7. Clayfield College also operates a Pre-Preparatory Year course, licensed by the Department of Communities.
Somerville House, South Brisbane (established in 1899) provides day and boarding school education for approximately 1200 girls from Preparatory Year to Year 12 and a day school for pre-prep girls and boys. Enrolments at Somerville House include approximately 101 boarding students from rural and regional Queensland, interstate and overseas.
Sunshine Coast Grammar School
Sunshine Coast Grammar School, Forest Glen (established in 1997) provides education for approximately 1350 boys and girls from Preparatory Year to Year 12. Sunshine Coast Grammar School was acquired by the PMSA in 2004.
New Leaf Early Learning Centre
New Leaf Early Learning Centre, adjacent to the Sunshine Coast Grammar School (established in 2006), is a 150-place child care centre providing care for 51 weeks of the year, including nursery care for children from 6 weeks of age and pre-prep sessions for older children. New Leaf Early Learning Centre is licensed by the Department of Communities.