An exciting opportunity exist at Wavell State High School for a temporary full-time teacher to join our Information Technology and Business team, commencing ASAP until the end of the school year 2022, unless otherwise determined. The ideal applicant is a motivated and engaging teacher capable of delivering the Australian Curriculum in Information Technology (years 7- 10). The ideal applicant would have some exposure to junior business curriculum. Any other cross curriculum or senior teaching areas of capability is considered very favourably.
|Position status||Fixed Term Temporary|
|Occupational group||Education & Training|
|Workplace Location||Brisbane - North|
|Job ad reference||QLD/MER416555/22|
|Yearly salary||$66556 - $100186|
|Fortnightly salary||$2551 - $3840|
|Job duration||ASAP - 9/12/22 unless otherwise determined|
|Contact person||Joe Bucher, Deputy Principal|
This position would suit a dynamic and inspiring teacher of Information Technology in a highly regarded and sought after school, 8km north of the CBD.
About the School
Wavell State High School - empowering learners, empowering futures - opened in 1959. Wavell is a large and highly regarded State Secondary school in the Inner Northern suburbs of Brisbane. Approximately one quarter of our students are drawn from a defined, local catchment while the majority of students gain enrolment through selective entry requirements. Acceptance of enrolment is based on academic achievement, sporting performance, talent in the arts or some combination of these attributes.
Wavell has an established reputation built on our values of innovation, inclusion and integrity. Outstanding achievements across academic, cultural, citizenship and sporting areas can be directly attributed to an exceptional, experienced, and well qualified staff. Our staff make a significant contribution to the lives of our students. We believe high quality teaching is vital for high quality learning.
The role requires the successful applicant to work within a high performing team of teachers many of whom are engaged in key roles with the QCAA working on quality assurance processes for the QCE for Year 12 while contributing to school cultural events and activities.
This position is a Junior Information technology teaching position with classes in years 7 to 10.
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