Teach and make a difference in Glen Innes

Make the move to Glen Innes for the perfect career destination.

27 October 2021
Teach and make a difference in Glen Innes

The Ngarabal people originally named the Glen Innes area Gindaaydjin, meaning “plenty of big round stones on clear plains". When you see the popular Standing Stones tourist attraction, it is clear to see why this name was chosen.

Steeped in Scottish history from the many settlers who subsequently became part of Glen Innes’s proud heritage, the love of Celtic history, music and culture remains strong in the Glen Innes area. The town centre contains over 50 heritage-listed buildings. Yet, here you’ll also find modern services and amenities designed for easy living.

With several fantastic public schools in the local area, you will have the opportunity to enjoy a range of professional and lifestyle benefits. Glen Innes High School is currently recruiting a temporary English teacher for the 2022 school year. To find out more and to apply, email Danielle De Redder or phone 02 6732 1322.

You can also enjoy additional financial incentives including rental subsidies, retention benefits and a rural teacher incentive of up to $20,000 per annum working at Emmaville Central School, Tingha Public School and Wytaliba Public School within the Glenn Innes area.

Make the move to Glen Innes for the perfect career destination.

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