Heights College, a Ministry of The Cathedral of Praise is a growing Kindergarten - 12 Co-educational Christian College located in Rockhampton with enrolments of about 1000 students in 2022.
Prospective applicants need to be committed Christians who will support the Christian ethos and values of the College and need to be able to teach from a Christian worldview perspective.
Applications are invited from interested parties throughout the year, these applications will often be the first reviewed as vacancies arise. Vacancies are generally advertised through electronic sites, and through recruitment consultants.
Current vacancies include:
- Information Technology Officer
- Secondary Teachers with specialities in any of the following: English, Humanities, Christian Studies, Creative Arts and Mathematics
- Part-time Kindergarten Teacher
- Part-time OSHC Director (Bachelor of Early Childhood required)
Please complete one of the following forms relevant to the position you are applying for:
Forward your application along with the personal profile, a covering letter, comprehensive CV (including two professional references and one reference from a church pastor/minister) and certified copies of all professional qualifications to the following address.
PO Box 5671
RED HILL ROCKHAMPTON QLD 4701
Alternatively, email these documents as attachments to:
Heights College Philosophy
Heights College is established on the belief that the Bible is the inspired and authoritative word of God. The Bible provides the framework for all truth, and is the foundation upon which our decision making is based. Our College Aims, Educational Vision, Motto, Mission Statement and Core Values reflect our Biblical philosophy. Heights College therefore embraces a close relationship between school and home, as both institutions work closely together to establish young men and women in sound Biblical ethics and morals. Every student is encouraged to examine and develop a Biblical view of what is real, what is true and what is of value in their lives.
Teachers at Heights College have a very clear understanding of both their Christian worldview and how such a worldview affects their educational practice. Teaching staff recognise that they have a calling by God to minister to students, as well as a responsibility to lead students by example into a holistic understanding of their spiritual, academic, physical and emotional development. They are expected to pursue educational leadership characterised by the highest levels of professional competence and to exemplify Christian character and devotion to God.
A distinctively Christian culture is essential to Heights College as a means in which values, beliefs and ethics are nurtured within a Kindergarten-Year 12 community. The culture of the College is one in which we value striving for excellence in all we do, in order to give glory to God.