We are looking for someone who is passionate about delivering the vision of State Schools Division, improving the educational outcomes of students in the school and develop the quality of teaching and learning. This will be achieved by nurturing positive relationships between students, teachers, the community and stakeholders.
|Occupational group||Education & Training|
|Workplace Location||Logan - Beaudesert|
|Job ad reference||QLD/SER390466/21P|
|Yearly salary||$163904 - $172165|
|Fortnightly salary||$6282.40 - $6599.10|
|Contact person||Terry Cornish|
|Contact details||0455 085 046|
About the School:
We are very proud of our school, and sincerely hope you have a valuable and rewarding association with the Crestmead State School community. We are a very large and popular school so enrolment places are always filling fast.
At Crestmead State School, we work in partnership with parents, carers and family members to teach and help every child, every day to be their best. Research has found that parental involvement in learning, particularly parent aspirations for their child's learning, has an above average effect on student learning progress. (Hattie, 2010).
We have high expectations in all aspects of uniform, behaviour and academic progression. We believe in fair, firm and consistent discipline that ensures that the teaching and learning process is not compromised. In return, we ask that students identify themselves by their uniform and positive behaviour as proud students of Crestmead State School.
About the Role:
As the 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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