Murgon State High School are seeking productive and adaptable English and Humanities teacher to join their team. This position is temporary full time to start on the 19/04/2021 to the 25/06/2021 with the possibility of extension. Subsidised local accommodation may also be available.
Position status: Temporary
Position type: Full-time
Occupational group: Education & Training
Workplace Location: Darling Downs - Maranoa,Sunshine Coast,Toowoomba region,Wide Bay
Job ad reference: QLD/DDSW364806/21
Closing date: 05-Mar-2021
Yearly salary: $63350 - $95356
Fortnightly salary: $2428 - $3655
Job duration: 19/04/2021 to 25/06/2021
Contact person: Natalie Cockram
Contact details: 07 46672303
Welcome to Murgon State High School. We are located in the heart of a small rural township in the South Burnett region. Murgon has a population of approximately 2500. The school was opened in 1945 and has been providing education for 12 to 17 years in the communities of Murgon, Wondai, Cherbourg, Goomeri and Proston for the past 70 years.
Murgon State High School is co-educational catering for students in junior (years 7-9) and senior (years 10-12) secondary schooling including a Special Education unit. We have a mixture of new and/or beginning teachers and many accomplished experienced educators.
In 2019, Murgon State High School will have 384 students enrolled. They come from a variety of backgrounds including farming, rural, local businesses and Indigenous communities. Most students transition into Murgon State High School in year 7 from our feeder primary schools including Murgon State school, Wheatlands State school Cherbourg State school, Cloyna State school, Moffatdale State school ,Windera State school, and St Joseph's Catholic School. Year 10 students from Goomeri State School, Proston State School and Wondai State School also transition into Murgon High. Approximately 46% of our students are Indigenous. Many of our students travel by bus from the rural areas surrounding Murgon.
For more information about our great school please visit our website
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