EOI - Open only to existing permanent teachers with the Department of Education via the teacher transfer process. Yarrabilba State Secondary College is looking to add passionate and innovative educators to its teaching team, in preparation for the 2023 school year.
|Occupational group||Education & Training|
|Workplace Location||Gold Coast,Logan - Beaudesert|
|Job ad reference||QLD/SER414784/22|
|Yearly salary||$66556 - $100186|
|Job duration||commencing 2023|
|Contact person||Belinda Tregea|
|Contact details||(07) 5549 8777|
To be eligible to apply you must be a permanent teacher with the Department of Education and have a current application for transfer in the 2022-2023 teacher transfer process which includes a comment on screen 15 of your application indicating your interest in Yarrabilba State Secondary College. Applicants that do not meet this requirement will be automatically excluded.
Refer to Teacher Transfer Guidelines (PDF) to determine eligibility. As a courtesy, teachers should advise their current principal of their application.
Yarrabilba State Secondary College is particularly seeking Industrial Technology & Design, Digital Technologies, Senior Maths and Specialist Science Teachers as well as all other learning areas.
Yarrabilba State Secondary College (YSSC), the foundation high school in the rapidly growing community of Yarrabilba, opened in 2020 for its first two cohorts and in 2023 will cater to years 7-11. YSSC provides students with a unique educational experience unlike any other Logan Secondary College. Our point of difference is that we deliver Australian Curriculum through outdoor, cross-curricular and project-based learning, balancing the use of technology with human connection and learning in the natural environment. Teachers coming into a new school environment need to have exceptional relational skills, be driven to build a positive, welcoming and supportive school culture and be willing and able to commit to the school's development and growth.
Yarrabilba State Secondary College is a dynamic, future-focused learning community, committed to empowering our students to succeed in their chosen pathway. At Yarrabilba State Secondary College, we have chosen to deliver the Australian Curriculum in a non-traditional way. It is our belief that a non-traditional teaching and learning model better prepares diverse learners for 21st Century learning and life. By combining the model of project-based learning, entrepreneurship, outdoor and hands on learning we aim to produce graduates who go on to live lives of choice, not lives of chance.
Heavily influenced by Inclusive Education practices and Positive Education, our teaching and learning approach requires teachers to be innovative, and passionate about the success and wellbeing for all students. Teachers joining our team will need to be confident and strong communicators with exceptional relational skills.
At Yarrabilba State Secondary College we put the wellbeing of our staff, students and families as the top priority and are seeking teachers who thrive on working in collaborative partnerships. Our teachers engage in continual cycles of inquiry to ensure that we are best meeting the needs of our students and school college community. Teachers at YSSC must be passionate about engaging in innovative pedagogies and be problem-solvers with decision-making agility and risk-taking skills. If this sounds like you, then join us for this unique opportunity as we develop and expand our school through to Year 12 in 2024.
How to apply:
Workers in education settings, including schools, early childhood and care services (such as kindergartens and childcare centres) or Outside School Hours Care, are required to have received the prescribed number of doses of a COVID-19 vaccine.
To ensure the Department of Education is complying with this requirement successful applicants will be required to supply supporting evidence of their COVID-19 vaccination for employment to any roles in the designated categories. Please visit the Department of Education COVID-19 website for further information. Department of Health information page for further information about obtaining your COVID-19 vaccination certificate.
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