An exciting opportunity is available to join the welcoming and supportive team at Redcliffe Special School. As the Business Manager, you will manage the delivery of a range of corporate services, support educational management activities and lead the development of systemic change by actively supporting the school management team and school community. You will oversee the delivery of administrative, financial, and human resources support, including the supervision of lower-level school support staff and influencing stakeholders on sensitive issues.
Position status Permanent
Position Type Full-time
Occupational group Education & Training
Workplace Location Moreton Bay - North
Job ad reference QLD/NCR370766/21P
Closing date 10-May-2021
Yearly salary $74615 - $81815
Fortnightly salary $2860.00 - $3136.00
Contact person Sheldon Hooper
Contact details (07) 3897 5111
Redcliffe Special School (RSS) is passionately committed to the provision of quality educational experiences for students with intellectual impairment in a safe, supportive and caring environment. We strive to enable all students to achieve their very best through quality learning experiences aimed at developing and enhancing academic skills, social competencies and daily living and recreational skills. We provide an educational program for students Year 7-12 who reside on the Redcliffe Peninsula and surrounding areas.
As the Business Manager you will have responsibility for the following:
When working in regulated employment an employee must have a current Working with Children Clearance (blue card) issued by Blue Card Services.
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Applications remain current for 12 months from the closing date and may be considered for appointment to identical or similar vacancies within the Department.
Applications from recruitment agencies will not be accepted.
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