An exciting opportunity has arisen to lead the Special Education Program at Kilcoy State High School until 10 December, 2021. As the Head of Special Education Services, you will focus on educational leadership, participating in delivering the vision of State Schools Division. You will achieve this by developing the quality of teaching and learning and nurturing positive relationships between students, teachers, the community and stakeholders.
Position status: Fixed Term Temporary
Position type: Full-time
Occupational group: Education & Training
Classification: Stream 2 /HO1
Workplace Location: Moreton Bay - North
Job ad reference: QLD/NCR368508/21T
Closing date: 12-Apr-2021
Yearly salary: $114886 - $120682
Fortnightly salary: $4403.60 - $4625.70
Job duration: 27 April 2021 until 10 December 2021 unless otherwise determined
Contact person: Boris Croft
Contact details: 0439 093 953
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About Kilcoy State High School
At Kilcoy State High School, our purpose is to achieve the best possible educational outcomes for every student in our school.We do this by providing a quality curriculum for our learners. Our focus is teaching and learning in a safe, disciplined and productive environment.
As the Head of Special Education Services you will have responsibility for the following:
A mandatory requirement of this role is:
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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