Babinda State School
STUNNING LOCATION AND ADVENTURE APLENTY… Crystal clear mountain streams, pristine rainforest and spectacular waterfalls beckon you! Explore this stunning part of the Far North right in your backyard; discover the region’s rich history and the fascinating Aboriginal legend surrounding Devil’s pool. Babinda State School invite you to express your interest in upcoming positions.
Position status Permanent,Fixed Term Temporary
Position type Full-time,Part-time
Occupational group Education & Training
Workplace Location Cairns region,Far North Qld
Job ad reference QLD/FNQ/BABINDA
Closing date Ongoing
Total remuneration $63350 up to $95356
Salary Other Plus 12.75% Super
Job duration Ongoing opportunities
Contact person FNQ Teacher Recruitment Team
Contact details 07 4037 3994
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Welcome to Babinda State School
We are a community of learners in which every person is valued and encouraged to take advantage of a range of opportunities to achieve personal academic success, and to develop in responsibility and character. Our school caters for approximately 280 students from Prep to Year Twelve, and has a strong focus on the importance of explicit teaching, practice and effective feedback as essential tools for student success.
We value the diversity of our community and school population, and this is reflected not only in our curriculum offerings but through the excellence our extra-curricular programs. We are proudly committed to our students, quality teaching and accountability. We ensure excellence in teaching practice is embedded across the school by providing our team with coaching and professional development opportunities.
Explore our website to learn more about Babinda State School.
There are currently no vacancies at Babinda State School, however we do encourage you to submit an expression of interest in any future vacancies that arise.
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What's in it for you?
Living in Babinda
A small rural sugar town approximately 60km, or 50 minutes drive south of Cairns, Babinda is home to around 1260 residents. Set in a stunning location, Babinda is shadowed by Queensland's two highest mountains – Mt Bartle Frere and Mt Bellenden Kerr, which form part of the World Heritage listed Wooroonooran National Park. And while at first glance, Babinda looks just like any other rural town surrounded by cane fields, it is in fact a hidden paradise just begging to be explored. Crystal clear mountain streams, pristine rainforest and spectacular waterfalls are right on your doorstep.
The traditional people of the Babinda area are the Wayurr Yidinji people, and the town's name comes from the Wanyurr Yudinji words ‘Bunna Binda' meaning ‘water passing over your shoulder'. The area is home to beautiful beaches, great fishing, groovy Art Deco heritage listed buildings and fascinating Aboriginal legends such as that of the Boulders. Exciting weekend adventures await you in this stunning part of the Far North.
Applicants for this position must possess or be eligible for the following
TO APPLY FOR THIS EXCITING OPPORTUNITY
**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**
We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity.
Suitable applications will remain on file for 12 months and may be considered for other teaching vacancies in any school location.
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