We are looking for someone who is willing to lead curriculum focus in line with school and departmental initiatives, participate in delivering the vision of State Schools Division, 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 2 /HO1|
|Workplace Location||Rockhampton region|
|Job ad reference||QLD/CQR390827/21T|
|Yearly salary||$118045 - $124001|
|Fortnightly salary||$4524.70 - $4752.90|
|Job duration||A period of 12 months unless otherwise determined|
|Contact person||Kirsten Dwyer|
|Contact details||(07) 4920 4333|
About the School:
Rockhampton State High School was opened in 1919 and moved to its present site near the Rockhampton Showgrounds in 1960. It is one of the three state high schools in the provincial city of Rockhampton and provides compulsory and post compulsory secondary education programs to a student population of over 1000 students. As the school is the only state secondary facility on the southern side of the city, it draws its student population from families of diverse economic and vocational backgrounds. Approximately twelve per cent of our students are Indigenous and the local clan is the Darumbal people. The school has strong partnerships with the local Indigenous organisations.
About the Role:
As the Head of Department 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.