OnLine External Student Coordinator & Maths Teacher

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About ACC

Australian Christian College (ACC) is a national brand with ten schools in five states. The ACC school network is the largest non-government distance education provider in Australia.

The school is a co-educational, P-12, Christian school offering on campus education to students in Caboolture and online education to students across Queensland and internationally.

About the role

An opportunity exists to work in a committed Christian team on OnLine or Distance Education Teachers. A number of other Christian schools elect to have one or more of their students undertake an OnLine subject with ACC. There is a growing number of schools and students, and a Coordinator is now needed to supervise these schools and teachers. There will also be a teaching component to this role, preferably, but limited to, maths teaching.

This position is expected to start Term 1 NEXT Year.

About you

  • You have suitable qualifications.
  • You possess a capacity to liaise with other schools with a hands-on approach.
  • You’re highly motivated and able to build the relationship between schools.
  • You will also have maths teaching skills.
  • You’re confident in the use of technology.
  • You have a servant heart and vibrant Christian faith.
  • You will have a dynamic and outgoing personality.
  • You will be highly organised with strong project management skills.
  • You will be highly empathetic and able to consider the needs of families while progressing the delivery of service in a timely manner
  • You’ll thrive when working collaboratively and when given the opportunity to show initiative.
  • You will have a great attention to detail.


  • Work with a dedicated Christian team.
  • Be part of a faith community that shares regular devotions and prayer.
  • Play an active part in growing the school and providing quality Christian education to students in need.

How to Apply

Only applicants who apply via the link below will be considered: