A temporary full-time Schools Officer, Grounds and Facilities position exists at Murrumba State Secondary College. The duration of this vacancy is from 05 October 2021 to 10 December 2021 unless otherwise determined.
Position status: Fixed Term Temporary
Position type: Full-time
Occupational group: Education & Training
Classification: OO2, OO3
Workplace Location: Moreton Bay - South
Job ad reference: QLD/NCR386986/21T
Closing date: 19-Sep-2021
Yearly salary: $51292 - $59768
Fortnightly salary: $1966.00 - $2290.90
Job duration: Until 10 December 2021 unless otherwise determined
Contact person: Kerri-Ann Stedman
Contact details: (07) 3490 3222
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About the school
Located in the heart of Murrumba Downs, Murrumba State Secondary College is one of Queensland's newest and most innovative secondary schools. Murrumba State Secondary College features a positive and engaging learning environment in which every young learner develops a sense of belonging and is inspired to shape their preferred future.
As the Schools Officer, Grounds and Facilities you will have responsibility for the following:
For a full list of the requirements for this position, please refer to the attached 'Role Description'.
This is a OO2 progressional position as per the Role Description. The successful applicant will be appointed to the OO2 classification with eligibility for progression to the OO3 level (as per QLD Public Service Award 2015) once specific criteria have been met. Salary rate shown is reflective of OO2 to OO3 classification range.
When working in regulated employment an employee must have a current Working with Children Clearance (blue card) issued by Blue Card Services.
To apply please attach the following:
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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