FANCY A TREE CHANGE? Gordonvale State High School invites applications from suitably qualified and experienced Secondary Digital Technologies and Junior Mathematics teachers for a PERMANENT full-time position. Commencing in March 2022, our preferred applicant will have the skills, knowledge and/ or experience to teach Digital Technology and Mathematics to students in years 7 to 10. Teachers with the ability to teach Junior Science will also be highly regarded. The successful candidate will be dynamic, enthusiastic and innovative in their approach to delivering the curriculum, and have the ability to work collaboratively with a dedicated and professional teaching team.
|Occupational group||Education & Training|
|Workplace Location||Cairns region,Far North Qld|
|Job ad reference||QLD/FNQ409136/22|
|Yearly salary||$66556 - $100186|
|Job duration||Commencing March 2022|
|Contact person||Renee Krause|
|Contact details||07 4043 3222|
Gordonvale State High School is located 25 minutes south of Cairns. The school is a Year 7-12 High School catering to the needs of 800 students. Our school motto is: Strive to Excel.
A permanent full-time opportunity exists for a skilled Digital Technologies and Mathematics teacher to join our team in 2022. As the successful applicant, you will work alongside our Technologies HOD to further develop the Digital Technology program by aligning it to the Australian Curriculum Technologies syllabus and providing engaging opportunities to students from year 7 to year 10. You will have the ability to develop curriculum programs that involve a range of practical digital technologies including: coding, robotics, website development, network management etc. Teachers with the ability to teach Junior Science will also be highly regarded.
Explore our website to learn more about Gordonvale State High School
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A NOTE FOR PERMANENT STATE SCHOOL TEACHERS: You must have the approval of your substantive Principal prior to submitting your application for this position
What's in it for you?
Living in Gordonvale
An easy 25-minute drive from Cairns city, on the southern corridor is the small rural sugar growing town of Gordonvale. Home to approximately 6700 the town has a lovely historic charm with a number of heritage listed buildings and sites.
Rising proudly from the cane fields is the iconic Walsh's Pyramid or Bundadjarruga in the Yidinji language. At 922 metres high, Walsh's Pyramid is the world's highest freestanding natural pyramid and is a favourite hiking trail for locals and visitors alike.
Just a stone's throw away from some of FNQ's best attractions, you'll find plenty of activities to fill your weekends. Visit the beautiful Babinda Boulders, go caving in Chillagoe, wander through ancient lava tubes at Undara, spot platypus in Yungaburra or spend the morning at one of many weekend markets. You'll love it here in the Far North!
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