High School Student $50,000 jobs in Emu Plains NSW

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High School and University students are encouraged to apply as long as you have availability over a minimum of 3 days per week. Enjoy working in a team.
Pymble Ladies’ College
Pymble NSW
This is a significant leadership opportunity for an outstanding and innovative educator to join the Executive leadership team and lead the Junior School of…
Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta
Emerton NSW
They value opportunities to engage with their school communities within and beyond the classroom to enrich the educational context for students and work to…
$120,440 - $142,118 a year
You will lead and supervise the research of undergraduate and postgraduate students in projects, which address recognised grand challenges with high impact.
$120,440 - $142,118 a year
You will lead and supervise the research of undergraduate and postgraduate students in projects, which address recognised grand challenges with high impact.
Demonstrated understanding of and experience in working with schools. They also play a key role in suicide prevention activities in schools, and assist schools…
Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta
Emerton NSW
They value opportunities to engage with their school communities within and beyond the classroom to enrich the educational context for students and work to…
Pymble Ladies’ College
Pymble NSW
Support students, staff and parents to enable them in their use of technology. Pymble Ladies’ College is a school of the Uniting Church in Australia for girls…
Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta
Westmead NSW
Parramatta Marist High School - Westmead. Parramatta Marist High School is a Catholic school with a history and tradition spanning almost 200 years.
Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta
Parramatta NSW
A demonstrated record of leading processes to improve student performance in Catholic school. Demonstrated experience in leading contemporary learning theory…