Chinchilla State High School are currently seeking an enthusiastic and passionate teacher to work within a dedicated Technology department teaching innovative subjects including Design Technologies and Engineering Skills. Workshop experience would be highly regarded and part-time working arrangements may also be considered. Contribute to providing a diverse range of learning opportunities and join us in the Western Downs!
Position status: Fixed Term Temporary
Position type: Full-time
Occupational group: Education & Training
Workplace Location: Darling Downs - Maranoa,South West Qld,Toowoomba region
Job ad reference: QLD/DDSW372960/21
Closing date: 25-Jun-2021
Yearly salary: $63350 - $95356
Fortnightly salary: $2428.20 - $3655.00
Job duration: Commencing 12 July 2021 until 10 December 2021 with the possibility of extension
Contact person: Suzie King
Contact details: 07 4616 3737 / email@example.com
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Chinchilla is located approximately 3 and ½ hours from Brisbane and services a community that has undergone significant change during the past 3 - 8 years. Chinchilla was traditionally a rural community, focused on cattle grazing and crops.
Chinchilla State High School is an integral part of the community and its traditions and history is firmly embedded in the culture of the area. Generations of the same family have attended the school and they value education and community involvement in the school. Students come to the high school from six feeder primary schools, including two independent schools. Most students from these schools transition to Chinchilla State High School.
Approximately 650 students attend Chinchilla state High School in Years 7-12. Roughly 50% of the student body are from the surrounding rural areas, while the other half live in town. Due to the presence of gas and mining industries in the area, the school is enrolling an increasing number of international students and students from coastal areas.
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