FAR NORTH QUEENSLAND... There’s no place like it! We invite applications from dynamic, enthusiastic and motivated primary teachers with an interest in joining our district relief pools across the region. District Relief Teachers (DRT's) provide internal relief to their cluster of schools. This varied role will suit experienced teachers who are comfortable working with students across all primary years from Prep to Year Six including some multi-age classes. DRT roles are currently available across the region in the Cairns & Coastal, Cassowary Coast, Mossman Port Douglas, Cape York and Torres Strait geographic areas.
Position status Fixed Term Temporary
Position Type Full-time
Occupational group Education & Training
Workplace Location Cairns region,Far North Qld
Job ad reference QLD/FNQ367975/21
Closing date 10-Dec-2021
Yearly salary $64934 - $97741
Salary Other Plus 12.75% Super
Job duration July 2021 to December 2021
Contact person FNQ Recruitment Team
Contact details FNQRecruitment@qed.qld.gov.au
As a District Relief Teacher (DRT) you will be allocated a base school, and will be available to cover unexpected short-term absences (generally up to one term in duration) at schools within the cluster. The DRT is a flexible position that can change from day to day to meet the needs of the individual schools in the cluster and teachers in this role must be willing to teach across all primary year levels and subjects as required.
DRT roles are currently available across the region in the Cairns & Coastal, Cassowary Coast, Mossman Port Douglas, Cape York and Torres Strait geographic areas based in the following schools.
If you are capable of working flexibly and effectively across multiple roles; we encourage you to apply.
Welcome to Far North Queensland
**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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