Are you ready for your next (or first) teaching adventure? Thuringowa State High School is currently accepting applications from ambitious and passionate Secondary English and Humanities teachers to join their team of dedicated teaching professionals. Apply now!
Thuringowa State High School is a complex school with a community that is heavily improvement focused, establishing programs like Clontarf and Stars for Indigenous students. The successful applicant will have the rare opportunity to be part of authentic change and a supportive team environment, contributing directly to making significant impact upon students' lives, potential for fast-tracking into leadership opportunities and exciting new programs aimed at professional, staff and student development.
To support teachers in such a unique workplace, the school offers an established Mentoring Beginning Teacher Program with a mentor and buddy, excellent classroom and pedagogical support (including classroom management), essential professional skills, Positive Behaviour for Learning (PBL) and classroom profiling, supportive staff and a fantastic team!
Teaching in Queensland:
The department is responsible for the delivery of quality education services to all Queensland students in state schools and recognises teachers and their commitment to teaching through a range of rewards and benefits. To find out more CLICK HERE.
Applicants for this position must possess:
How to apply:
Simply click the Green 'Apply online' button below, enter your personal details and as per the School's request, applicants are required to submit:
**Applicants are encouraged to commence and submit their application as early as possible as the Department of Education reserves the right to reduce the application period and/or remove the job advertisement early should a suitable applicant be found.**
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