Teacher Science, Condobolin High School

$127,157 yearly
  • NSW Department of Education
  • Condobolin NSW 2877, Australia
  • 21 Jul, 2021

Job Description

Organisation/Entity: Teaching Service

Job Category: Schools | Teachers

Job Location: Regional NSW

Job Reference Number: 00008CV8

Number of Positions: 1

Total Remuneration Package: Remuneration package valued at up to $127,157.00. Base salary ranges from $72,263.00 to $114,720.00, plus leave loading and employer's contribution to superannuation. Base salary rates above the minimum are available depending on experience.

Contact: (02) 68952333 - Judith Davis

Closing Date: 04/08/2021 - 04:00 PM

Principal Network: West Wyalong

Staffing Area: Orange

School Name: Condobolin High School

FTE: 1.000

Position Information

Condobolin High School is an inclusive comprehensive secondary school in the township of Condobolin on the lands of the Wiradjuri people. It is a rural, six point incentive school and is located close to the geographic centre of New South Wales. Condobolin is home to approximately 3 500 people. Farming, trades, mining, shire workers, education and local retailers are just a few of the common occupations held within the area.

Of the current 206 students, 52.9% (109 students) identify as being of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander descent. Our Stage 6 students are a part of the Lachlan Access Program (LAP). LAP is part of a diverse range of access programs across the state that provide opportunities for students to study Stage 6 courses within their own community. Teachers work collaboratively to deliver curriculum through a blended online learning platform.

Selection Criteria

  • Approval to teach Science Year 7-10, Chemistry and Earth & Environmental Science
  • Capacity to build positive relationships with students, staff, parents and community utilising quality communication, interpersonal and organisational skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to differentiate learning activities to support the educational needs of all students with a diverse range of learning needs including HPGE, low-socio-economic communities, Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and EAL/D families.
  • Demonstrated capacity to use evidence-based classroom practice, that fosters a culture of high expectations and models inclusive teaching practices for students with a wide range of learning needs.