Are you looking for short term temporary and relieving opportunities as a Deputy Principal within North Coast Region? If so we are creating a pool of candidates that are available for short term opportunities during the 2021 school year.
Position status Fixed Term Temporary
Position type Full-time,Part-time
Occupational group Education & Training
Classification Stream 3 /Deputy Principal
Workplace Location Moreton Bay - North,Moreton Bay - South, Sunshine Coast,Wide Bay
Job ad reference QLD/NCR358240/21T
Closing date 26-Nov-2021
Yearly salary $127927 - $134322
Fortnightly salary $4903.40 - $5148.50
Contact person Jo Brown
Contact details (07) 5352 9211
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This continuous applicant pool is open for candidates interested in employment opportunities as a Deputy Principal and meet the mandatory employment requirements as detailed in the attached role description.
Applications will be reviewed and considered throughout 2021, if and when Deputy Principal vacancies are identified. The submission of an application to this applicant pool does not guarantee an offer of employment or an application assessment response from the region.
The positions may range in duration up to a school semester.
The region may also elect to progress a separate EOI for individual positions when considered appropriate.
A mandatory requirement of this role is:
How to Apply
As responses to this process form part of a continuous applicant pool, applicants are requested to withdraw their application in the situation where they are no longer available or interested in pursuing Deputy Principal employment opportunities.
Applications from recruitment agencies will not be accepted.
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