Central Queensland Region
Kinchant Dam OEC Prep to 12 in Central Queensland is seeking motivated applicants who can deliver high risk outdoor activities for visiting school students. Qualifications in high ropes, canoeing, abseiling and rock climbing desired but not necessary as the school will assist with training to get qualifications. Ideally this role would suit someone with an Outdoor Education or Physical Education background. This position commences mid Term 2, 24/05/2021 to 10/12/2021.
Position status Fixed Term Temporary
Position type Full-time
Occupational group Education & Training
Workplace Location Mackay region
Job ad reference QLD/CQR367486/21
Closing date 07-May-2021
Yearly salary $63350 - $95356
Fortnightly salary $2482.20 - $3655
Job duration 24/05/2021 to 10/12/2021
Contact person Zach Roberts
Contact details 4954 1426
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Kinchant Dam OEC is located in the beautiful Pioneer Valley 41 kms SW of Mackay in Central Queensland. The Mackay region stretches from secluded islands off the coast through golden sand beaches and into lush sub-tropical rainforests. It is a 2 hour drive south of Airlie Beach the gateway to the beautiful Whitsunday Islands.
Applicants for these positions must possess:
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**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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Suitable Applications will remain on file for 12 months and may be considered for other teaching vacancies in any school location.
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