Mackay West State School is looking for a dedicated and passionate individual to join the leadership team as Deputy Principal. In this role, you will improve the educational outcomes of students in the school and develop the quality of teaching and learning. You will achieve this by nurturing positive relationships between students, teachers, the community and stakeholders.
|Position status||Fixed Term Temporary|
|Occupational group||Education & Training|
|Classification||Stream 3 /Deputy Principal|
|Workplace Location||Mackay region|
|Job ad reference||QLD/CQR390696/21T|
|Yearly salary||$131445 - $138016|
|Fortnightly salary||$5038.30 - $5290.10|
|Job duration||12 months unless otherwise determined|
|Contact person||Paul Manttan|
(07) 4951 5111
About the School:
At Mackay West State School, students are valued and treated as individuals with a focus on all aspects of their academic and social development. Our motto, 'always our best", encapsulates our commitment to providing the best possible educational environment for your child.
Our school has an intentional and highly considered approach to planning and enacting the Australian curriculum, teaching and learning, and monitoring student improvement and achievement. The development of solid literacy and numeracy foundations, thinking skills and resilience in all students is a priority and paramount for future learning success. Differentiated practices supports students' engagement and learning achievement.
About the Role:
As the Deputy Principal you will have responsibility for the following:
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.
The Queensland Government is the executive branch and democratic administrative authority of the state of Queensland, Australia. A federated state under a parliamentary constitutional monarchy which was formed in 1859, Queensland's governmental structure is set out on the Constitution of Queensland. Since the Federation of Australia in 1901, Queensland has been a State of Australia, with the Constitution of Australia regulating the relationships between all state and territory governments and the Australian Government. Under the Australian Constitution, all states and territories (including Queensland) ceded powers relating to certain matters to the federal government.