Narangba Valley State High School is currently looking to build a strong and engaging digital technology program. We are looking for a teacher to join our team who can teach digital technology including year 12 Information and Communication Technology. The school is rewriting portions of the junior digital technology curriculum in semester and the ideal candidate would have a passion for being a curriculum leader in this process. This position begins as soon as practical, but no later than the start of semester 2, and continues until 25 November 2022 with the possibility of extension. For additional information please contact Susan Wayner on 3385 4555
|Position status||Fixed Term Temporary|
|Occupational group||Education & Training|
|Workplace Location||Moreton Bay - North,Moreton Bay - South,Sunshine Coast|
|Job ad reference||QLD/NCR423123/22|
|Yearly salary||$66556 - $100186|
|Fortnightly salary||$2551 - $3840|
|Job duration||11/7/22 to 25/11/22 unless otherwise determined|
|Contact person||Susan Wayner|
Narangba Valley State High School is a high performing leader in secondary education in Queensland. The powerful combination of our size plus our experienced staff enables us to deliver a wide range of specialised programs. Excellence in the arts and cultural pursuits, stunning academic results (including those from our suite of academies), amazing achievements in the sporting arena, all within a safe and supportive, values-based environment, combine to make us the clear school of choice in this district. We set ourselves apart by valuing each individual student and ensuring that each young person graduating from this school is well-positioned for a bright future.
Our mission is to develop inspired, innovative and resilient learners who are prepared to challenge the future.
Our values of respect, integrity and commitment drive our daily practice and provide a strong base for our school's culture. Our students work hard, strive to achieve their best and interact positively in a friendly, respectful environment. With a large team of dedicated teachers and support staff, ample resourcing and highly effective classroom practices, there is no doubt as to why we enjoy such a high level of success across the board.
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