Gumlu State School is currently accepting applications from dedicated and flexible part-time (with the option of full-time) teachers to join their team in 2022. Gumlu is conveniently located halfway between Ayr and Bowen, with access to both The Burdekin Shire and The Whitsundays Region at your fingertips adventure awaits in Tropical North Queensland. Apply now!
|Position status||Fixed Term Temporary|
|Occupational group||Education & Training|
|Workplace Location||Mackay region|
|Job ad reference||QLD/NQR424159/22|
|Yearly salary||$66556 - $100186|
|Fortnightly salary||$2551.10 - $3840.10|
|Job duration||Commence as soon as possible until 9 December 2022|
|Contact person||Thomas Harrington, Principal|
|Contact details||Ph: (07) 4784 8126 | Em: email@example.com|
Gumlu State School first opened in 1913. The school is steeped in history with original documents dating back to 1913 maintained and currently being framed and preserved for the 100th celebration. Gumlu State School is a multi-aged school with classes currently from Prep to Year 7. At Gumlu State School, all staff are committed to ensuring positive learning outcomes for every learner in a challenging, supportive yet equitable learning environment.
Gumlu State School are currently accepting applications for the opportunity to join their team part-time (0.2FTE). If you are interested in a full-time role there is also the opportunity to work as a part-time District Relief Teacher (DRT), servicing Gumlu State School and our primary schools within The Burdekin.
About The Whitsundays
The Whitsundays is in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef, stretching from Proserpine in the south to Bowen in the north; west to Collinsville and east to Airlie Beach and the Whitsunday islands, an archipelago of 74 green islands and sandy atolls surrounded by tropical blue waters.
The soft, white sands of Whitehaven Beach, the crystal clear waters and the spectacular corals make the Whitsundays an attractive destination for every visitor.
About The Burdekin
Famous for being the sugar capital of Australia, The Burdekin district is located about one hour drive south of Townsville. Nestled in the delta of the mighty Burdekin River, its two popular townships—Ayr and Home Hill—are linked by the iconic Burdekin Bridge. The region produces the biggest sugar cane crops in the country, together with a diverse selection of vegetables and tropical fruits.
Along the coast you will find Alva Beach, a popular launching spot for dive boats heading out to explore the S.S Yongala shipwreck. This shipwreck has been ranked as one of the top 10 wreck dives in the world because of its abundant mega-marine life and corals. The Burdekin region is also a popular spot for fishing, well-known for it's barramundi, mudcrabs, other estuary species and off-coast reef fishing.
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How to apply:
Simply click the Green 'Apply online' button below, enter your personal details and as per the School's request, applicants are required to submit:
Applicants are encouraged to commence and submit their application as early as possible as the Department of Education reserves the right to reduce the application period and/or remove the job advertisement early should a suitable applicant be found.
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