Deputy Principal - Clontarf Beach State High School Education (Organisation site) North Coast Region, State Schools Division In this role, you will improve the educational outcomes of students in the school and develop the quality of teaching and learning. You will achieve this by nurturing positive relationships between students, teachers, the community and stakeholders. Job details Position statusPermanent Position typeFull-time Occupational groupEducation & Training ClassificationStream 3 /Deputy Principal Workplace LocationMoreton Bay - South Job ad referenceQLD/NCR419289/22P Closing date26-May-2022 Yearly salary$140958 - $143451 Fortnightly salary$5402.90 - $5498.50 Job duration Contact personJo House Contact details0407 580 242 Access the National Relay Service Image Courtesy of Clontarf Beach State High School About the School: Located on the Redcliffe Peninsula close to the foreshores of Clontarf, Clontarf Beach State High School provides an educational program for approximately 950 secondary students from Years 7 to 12. The school caters for the welfare and learning needs of students through a unique House structure. About the Role: As well as leading various strategic portfolios, each Deputy Principal is responsible for the leadership and management of approximately 250 Year 7 - 12 students' wellbeing and academic progress within their House. This structure provides a unique learning environment that ensures every student in the school is known and their learning needs are planned. It also provides the basis of a student monitoring system ensuring that every student's progress is managed and that there is a strong emphasis on high performance and success As the Deputy Principal you will have responsibility for the following: Assist the Principal to lead the school community to develop, articulate and commit to a shared educational vision focussed on providing quality learning outcomes for all students. Deputise for the Principal when required. Uphold the deputy principalship as a values based, ethical and moral activity. Embed socially just practices in daily school life. Set high standards for student and staff performance. Actively participate in lifelong learning and ongoing professional development. Form partnerships with parents, other government agencies, community groups, industry and business. Be futures oriented and strategic. Understand the legislation and policies that impact on schooling. Manage resources to achieve goals. A mandatory requirement of this role is: Current full registration or current provisional registration with eligibility for full registration, as a teacher in Queensland. For more information pleaseCLICK HERE. Teachers working in Education and Care Services (including State Delivered Kindergarten programs) require an exemption card issued by Blue Card Services. For more information please CLICK HERE. Interested? To apply: Attach a brief resume including contact details for 2 referees (one of whom should be your current supervisor) Attach a maximum 4 page written response outlining your suitability for the role referring to the key capabilities identified in the attached role description. Please note:Engagement in this position is subject to the person fully satisfying the COVID-19 vaccination requirements outlined in the attached Candidate Information Fact Sheet 2022. Applicants are asked to submit evidence of their COVID-19 vaccination with their application. Applications remain current for 12 months from the closing date and may be considered for appointment to identical or similar vacancies within the Department. Applications from recruitment agencies will not be accepted. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. For a full list of the position responsibilities and mandatory requirements, please ensure you download the attached role description and candidate information fact sheet and follow the instructions.