Moura State High School are accepting applications for a dedicated, inspirational and passionate individual to join the leadership team as our Deputy Principal. In this role, the successful applicant will be required to improve the educational outcomes of students in our school and develop the quality of teaching and learning. You will achieve this by nurturing positive relationships between students, staff and our community.
|Occupational group||Education & Training|
|Classification||Stream 3 /Deputy Principal|
|Workplace Location||Rockhampton region|
|Job ad reference||QLD/QLD/CQR390743/21P|
|Yearly salary||$131445 - $138016|
|Fortnightly salary||$5038.30 - $5290.10|
|Contact person||James Lye|
|Contact details||(07) 4997 5888|
About the school
At Moura State High School, we really are more than just a school. Regardless of our complex context, we pride ourselves on our ability to provide opportunities for every one of our students. We know and understand our students, their families and our community, and provide a personalised education for every student. We make it our business to know our students' business and ensure that every single child in our school is supported in becoming an active community member with a bright future. We have around 200 students ranging from Year 7 to 12 with our focus on 'Every Student Succeeding and Every Staff Succeeding'.
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.
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