Vienna Woods State School are now accepting applications for a motivated and enthusiastic Business Manager to join the team on a temporary, full-time basis until 23 June 2022 unless otherwise determined.
Position status Fixed Term Temporary
Position type Full-time
Occupational group Education & Training
Workplace Location Brisbane - East
Job ad reference QLD/SER389979/21T
Closing date 24-Oct-2021
Yearly salary $76481 - $83861
Fortnightly salary $2931.50 - $3214.40
Job duration Until 23 June 2022 unless otherwise determined
Contact person Jackie Fiedler
Contact details (07) 3820 0777
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About the school
Vienna Woods State School is a small school located in expansive grounds in Alexandra Hills in the Redlands. Our school opened in 1985 and our grounds are beautiful and well maintained to create ample play space. Our main focus at Vienna Woods is to ensure that our school is a welcoming one: a place where children enjoy coming to learn; a place where all children, staff and parents truly feel they belong and are valued for the contributions they make to our very special school community. Students, parents and staff at Vienna Woods State School are actively involved in the life of the school and share a commitment to its future development and growth.
As the Business Manager you will have responsibility for the following:
For a full list of the requirements for this position, please refer to the attached 'Role Description'.
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.
Employees affected by workplace change will be considered on merit.
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