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JobFeed 17 April 2019

Teach agriculture at Narrabri High School

Are you ready to make the move to the north west and call Narrabri your new home? Narrabri is an agricultural centre rich both in cotton and wheat. Agriculture studies run from Years 7 to 12 and the school also runs a very successful primary industry program.

The school builds on existing relationships with local industry and business, giving students enhanced access to vocational education offerings. You can be a part of the exciting opportunities at Narrabri High School, plus you may be eligible for a one-off $10,000 appointment bonus.


'I moved here in 1987, and I still call it home.'

Dinos Charalambous – School Principal – Narrabri High School

Successful applicants should have approval and/or willingness to teach agriculture
years 7 – 12 as well as an approval to teach or preparedness to undertake VET teacher training in VPG – Primary Industries General Agriculture.

Find out more and apply today! >>

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JobFeed 17 April 2019

Applications closing soon!

Time is running out to apply. Applications close Sunday 28 April, so make sure you’re quick to hit submit. Start your application today!

Apply today! >>

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JobFeed 10 April 2019

Teach and make Brewarrina your home

Set on the Barwon-Darling River in northern NSW, the Brewarrina area boasts a laid back lifestyle and friendly community. Brewarrina Central School is the heart of the community offering excellent career opportunities for teachers as well as a 90% rental subsidy for both permanent and temporary positions.

See how far teach.Rural can take you – view the 33 destination profiles, including Brewarrina, and find out about the benefits and incentives that await you.

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JobFeed 03 April 2019

Start your application today!

The school holidays offer a great opportunity to spend time finalising your Premier’s Teacher Scholarship application. Applications will close on 28 April 2019 so don't miss this fantastic opportunity to travel in Australia or overseas and explore your teaching subject area.

Apply today! >>

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JobFeed 03 April 2019

Achieve at Murrumbidgee Regional High

Set in the vibrant and cosmopolitan centre of Griffith, Murrumbidgee Regional High School will provide you with the opportunity to achieve your teaching dreams. You will quickly fall in love with the rich blends of cultures and traditions at the school and throughout the community. Once you move there, you’ll never want to leave.

Take advantage of the great opportunities at Murrumbidgee Regional High School and apply for a position below.

Approval to teach food technology and/or willingness to teach hospitality - food and beverage (years 7 - 12). 29/04/2019 - 20/12/2019.
Email Peter King or phone 02 6962 4022. Map

Approval to teach as a generalist teacher (years 7 - 11). 29/04/2019 - 20/12/2019.
Email Peter King or phone 02 6962 1711. Map

Approval to teach English (years 7 - 10) and/or willingness to teach English (years 11 - 12). 29/04/2019 - 20/12/2019.
Email Peter King or phone 02 6962 4022. Map

Approval to teach PD/health/PE and/or willingness to teach sport, lifestyle and recreation/physical activity and sports studies (years 7 - 11). 29/04/2019 - 20/12/2019.
Email Peter King or phone 02 6962 1711. Map

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JobFeed 03 April 2019

T4L Power Up!

Find out more about how the department is developing great STEM skills with teachers at events across NSW.

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JobFeed 27 March 2019

Starting out as a casual teacher

On gaining your approval to teach in NSW public schools it is likely you will explore opportunities to work as a casual teacher.

Casual teaching can be a great way to start your teaching career. It offers variety and flexibility, plus it gives you the opportunity to grow your professional network while you gain valuable teaching experience.

The NSW Department of Education has teamed up with ClassCover to connect you to hundreds of NSW public schools. You may also approach your local public schools directly with your resume to advise them that you are available for casual teaching positions.

Don’t forget to complete the department’s mandatory anaphylaxis and e-emergency care training modules before you begin.

Here’s one teacher’s perspective on the benefits of casual teaching:

‘I began my teaching journey as a casual teacher and it was a great way to gain experience in teaching multiple grades across many schools whilst remaining under the one employer. Take casual teaching seriously - it opened the door to full-time work for me and could for you too,’ says Kayla.

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JobFeed 27 March 2019

Put yourself in the picture!

Applications for scholarship-funded study tours in 2020 are now open! Don't miss this fantastic opportunity to travel in Australia or overseas and explore your teaching subject area.
Applications will close 28 April 2019.

Find out more and apply! >>

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JobFeed 27 February 2019

Be part of something bigger

Teaching with the NSW Department of Education means you belong to a network of creative, innovative and experienced professionals who are change makers within our community. Working for the largest education system in Australia means you will have outstanding opportunities for growth and development in your career.

#GreatPlaceToWork #teachNSW

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JobFeed 20 February 2019

Living and working in rural NSW

Stacey, a primary teacher from Coonamble Public School, knows first-hand the opportunities and benefits that come with working in a rural or remote NSW public school, such as a 70% rental subsidy, the Rural Teacher Incentive and many more. If you’re thinking of applying for rural or remote positions, make sure you check out the great incentives available on our benefits and incentives page.

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JobFeed 06 February 2019

Sign up for a careers in teaching VC

Do you know senior students who have what it takes to become a teacher in a NSW public school? Support them by booking a 30 minute careers in teaching videoconference today!

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JobFeed 06 February 2019

Welcome back western division schools!

Welcome back to teachers and other staff members in western division NSW public schools. We hope you enjoyed the extra week’s break.

For others considering a new adventure, check out the benefits and incentives available to teachers in rural and remote NSW public schools. Have a look at the job opportunities this week and see how far teach.Rural can take you.

Benefits and incentives >>

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JobFeed 30 January 2019

Remember to check JobFeed and our website regularly throughout the year, plus follow teach.NSW on social media to stay up to date on great opportunities with the largest employer of teachers in Australia - one that serves more than 810,000 students.

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JobFeed 30 January 2019

NSW Premier's Teacher Scholarships

Facilitating a smooth transition from preschool to kindergarten is the job of many teachers, and for Kris Graham, a recipient of a NSW Premier’s Teacher Scholarship, it was an area she was very keen to explore more deeply.

‘Being awarded the 2016 Premier’s Early Childhood Education Council Early Childhood Scholarship provided a unique opportunity for me to learn from experts nationally and internationally, and experience first-hand the amazing work being conducted by other educators,’Kris told us.

Kris now enjoys the benefits that the scholarship provided her, and that in turn benefits her students. She says the best aspect was ` … being given time and funds to explore and learn about an area of passion for my career.

The NSW Premier’s Teacher Scholarships open on 11 February 2019. Be notified when the scholarships open by subscribing to our free email alert service.

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