An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the leadership team at Kin Kora State School. In this role, you will strive to improve the educational outcomes of students at the school by developing the quality of teaching and learning and nurturing positive relationships between students, teachers, the community, and stakeholders.
Position status Permanent
Position Type Full-time
Occupational group Education & Training
Classification Stream 3 /Deputy Principal
Workplace Location Rockhampton region
Job ad reference QLD/CQR371380/21P
Closing date 16-May-2021
Yearly salary $127927 - $134322
Fortnightly salary $4903.40 - $5148.50
Contact person Jorgen Neilson
Contact details (07) 4971 5111
About Kin Kora State School
Established in 1982, Kin Kora State School is committed to meeting the academic and social needs of its student body in a highly supportive and dynamic learning environment.
The school exists on a hilly site surrounded by native trees and gardens and is in close proximity to shopping facilities and sporting grounds. In the past eighteen months, the school has undergone major refurbishments with the upgrading of ten classrooms and the addition of an outdoor learning area, a new PREP modular, a Kindergarten and a modern and technically equipped Resource Centre.
As the Deputy Principal you will have responsibility for the following:
A mandatory requirement of this role is:
To apply please attach the following:
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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