Queen’s College seeks to remain one of the finest schools in the nation. It is the goal of the school to provide a strong academic programme from which each student will develop a personal commitment to learning, a respect for independent thinking and an expanding curiosity about the world and its people. The pursuit of excellence is a cooperative process grounded in respect for others. The school is committed to maintaining a diverse and gifted faculty. 

Queen's College believes that its greatest resources are its faculty, and that in order to achieve its mission Queen's College must provide superior teaching through the attraction, professional support and retention of outstanding faculty members. Essential qualities of such faculty include a strong educational background and subject area mastery; a commitment both to scholarship and to young people; and a personal charisma which will inspire students and promote collegiality with peers.

An excellent salary and benefits package is made available to all persons on staff at Queen's College. Some of the included job benefits are: a salary and annual increment that is above the national average for teachers; a comprehensive health insurance coverage, of which Queen's College covers 50% of the insurance premium; up to 50% subsidy of staff personal professional development; a 50% reduction of tuition fees for children of staff at Queen's College; gratuity and; a pension plan.


Applicants for all teaching posts must have:

  • A minimum of a Bachelor's degree from a recognized University in the relevant subject area.
  • A Post-graduate Certificate in Education, or Teacher Certificate. A certified copy of the relevant degrees and teacher certificates must accompany the application.
  • The names and relevant contact information of at least two professional references should also be listed. Applications from unqualified persons and/or incomplete applications will not be processed.
  • Persons offered appointments will be expected to make a commitment to work in harmony with Christian principles and to support the emphases of the Bahamas Conference of The Methodist Church, of which the school is a part.
  • All High School posts require a willingness to support the school’s Accelerated Programme and to teach or receive training to teach advanced courses such as Advanced Placement and Advanced Subsidiary. Experience in teaching advanced courses is preferred.

Physical Application forms are available from the Human Resources Office at the school (which is located at the C.F.E. Building). For a digital copy, please click here. The completed application, together with a covering letter, a statement of your educational philosophy, and a recent photograph must be sent to:

The Principal
Queen's College
P.O. Box N-7127
Nassau, The Bahamas

by email to jobs@qchenceforth.com 

Your completed application with supporting documents should arrive as soon as possible unless indicated so above. Candidates short listed will be contacted by telephone, fax or email, for an interview.

For inquiries or questions regarding placement at QC, please contact:

Mrs. Ruth Bowe
Human Resources Manager
Queen's College
P.O. Box N-7127
Nassau, The Bahamas


Tel: (242) 677-7600 (option #6)