Are you a passionate Inclusion teacher looking for that next step in your career? Mirani State High School has an exciting opportunity for an Inclusion teacher with aspirations to inspire curious and creative students to reach their potential and aspire for excellence. If you are interested in securing a permanent position in the stunning Mackay region please APPLY NOW!
|Occupational group||Education & Training|
|Workplace Location||Mackay region|
|Job ad reference||QLD/CQR405636/22|
|Yearly salary||$66556 - $100186|
|Fortnightly salary||$2551.10 - $3840.10|
|Job duration||Commence As Soon As Possible|
|Contact person||Marie Weisse|
Mirani is a rural town just a 40 minute drive from the heart of Mackay. First settled for cattle grazing a thriving sugar cane industry soon took over. Mirani Shire has two sugar mills and it is common place to see walls of sugarcane growing around people's homes. Whilst the town has much to see and do it is its proximity to the incredible Eungella National Park that really sets it apart.
For further information about the school, please click here to visit the school's website.
What is in it for you?
As the largest employer of teachers in Queensland the department has some attractive benefits for employees, including:
Teaching in Queensland:
The department is responsible for the delivery of quality education services to all Queensland students in state schools and recognises teachers and their commitment to teaching through a range of rewards and benefits. To find out more click here.
Applicants for these positions must possess:
How to apply:
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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