An exciting opportunity exists for a full time temporary Head of Department (Curriculum) to join the team at Glenview State School. Glenview State School, located centrally on the beautiful Sunshine Coast hinterland has a proud 141 year legacy of providing world class education to children from Prep to Year 6, a reputation of excellence, and a commitment to educating our future citizens. Glenview has an enrolment of 290 students and a team of 45 teaching and ancillary staff. Our curriculum features learning areas in STeM, English, The Arts, Music, Languages, ICT (including Coding and Robotics) and Health and Physical Education. Individualised, child-centred approaches make learning an enjoyable experience where students are challenged to use their knowledge and understanding of facts, concepts and procedures in new and unfamiliar contexts and to think constructively and in depth.
Position status Fixed: Term Temporary
Position type: Full-time
Occupational group: Education & Training
Classification: Stream 2 /HO1
Workplace Location: Sunshine Coast
Job ad reference: QLD/NCR386663/21T
Closing date: 22-Sep-2021
Yearly salary: $118045 - $124001
Fortnightly salary: $4524.70 - $4752.90
Job duration: Until 10 December 2021 unless otherwise determined
Contact person: Peter Lloyd
Contact details: (07) 5439 6777
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As the Head of Department (Curriculum) you will:
As the Head of Department (Curriculum) you will have responsibility for the following:
The role will incorporate a focus on Student Engagement and wellbeing. The preferred applicant will have sound knowledge in the area of Positive Behaviours for Learning and an ability to lead initiatives in this area.
The applicant will require the ability to develop self and others in:
A mandatory requirement of this role is:
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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