In this role, you will play a vital role in delivering inclusive education to our school community. You will lead and manage all aspects of inclusive education, including supporting the learning of students with disabilities as well as literacy and numeracy intervention programs. The successful candidate will have a strong understanding of the Inclusive education policy as well as knowledge and skills in a range of intervention strategies. Furthermore, you will have demonstrated their ability to build the capacity of teams through their strong leadership capability.
Position status Fixed Term Temporary
Position Type Full-time
Occupational group Education & Training
Classification Stream 2 /HO1
Workplace Location Brisbane - East
Job ad reference QLD/SER370930/21E
Closing date 09-May-2021
Yearly salary $114886 - $120682
Fortnightly salary $4403.60 - $4625.70
Job duration For a period of 6 months unless otherwise determined
Contact person Lisa Hawkin
Contact details (07) 3906 7321
This temporary vacancy is open to Expressions of Interest and accordingly, any appointment (and extension to this appointment) will not extend beyond 12 months.
About Wynnum State High School
Wynnum State High is a secondary school located on Brisbane's beautiful bayside. The school opened in 1942 and prides itself on its vision of community, excellence and tradition. Wynnum SHS's Inclusive Education Hub supports the needs of students with disabilities as well as those with diverse learning needs.
As the Head of Special Education Services you will have responsibility for the following:
A mandatory requirement of this role is:
To apply please attach the following:
Applicants need to be current Queensland Government employees to be eligible to apply.
Applications from recruitment agencies will not be accepted.
The Queensland Government is the executive branch and democratic administrative authority of the state of Queensland, Australia. A federated state under a parliamentary constitutional monarchy which was formed in 1859, Queensland's governmental structure is set out on the Constitution of Queensland. Since the Federation of Australia in 1901, Queensland has been a State of Australia, with the Constitution of Australia regulating the relationships between all state and territory governments and the Australian Government. Under the Australian Constitution, all states and territories (including Queensland) ceded powers relating to certain matters to the federal government.