St Luke's seeks to promote a work environment and culture to attract and retain outstanding professionals by fostering professionalism, commitment, loyalty, Christian values and a high standard of pastoral care.

St Luke's Grammar School employs over 120 full-time and part-time teachers, supported by teachers' aides, peripatetic tutors, administrative staff and grounds staff.


Current Availability

As positions become available the position description will be listed below. Please apply using the unique link provided within each position description.

Mathematics Teacher

  • Dee Why Campus
  • Temporary 0.6 - 1.0 FTE (Terms 3 and 4, 2024) with potential for ongoing work
  • Ideally commence Term 3
  • Apply using the unique link within the Job Description
  • Applications Close Monday 15 July, 2024. The School holds the right to make appointments at any time.

French Teacher

  • Dee Why Campus
  • Temporary Full Time (12 months LSL replacement)
  • Commence Term 4, 2024
  • Apply using the unique link within the Job Description
  • Applications Close Monday 29 July, 2024. The School holds the right to make appointments at any time.

Casual Teachers

We are happy to receive applications for Casual Teachers at both our Dee Why Junior and Bayview Junior Campuses. We do not currently require Casual Teachers for the Senior School. 

How to Apply for Casual Employment

All Applications for Casual Employment are to be supported by the following:

  • Covering Letter
  • Resume outlining your experience and three referees, including a Professional Referee and a Referee who can attest to the Christian beliefs and practices of the Applicant
  • Working with Children Check (WWCC) Number. All successful new applicants are required to provide a WWCC Number prior to employment.     


Please send Applications for Casual Employment and support documents to:

Junior School, Bayview Mr Peter Scott
Head of Junior School, Bayview 
Junior School, Dee Why Mrs Melanie Bryden
Head of Junior School, Dee Why
Senior School, Dee Why  Currently not required.