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Catholic Education Diocese of Rockhampton
Rockhampton QLD
  • Marist College, Emerald is a secondary Catholic College within the Diocese of Rockhampton.
  • At Marist College, we offer a uniquely rewarding teaching experience…
City of Port Philip
St Kilda VIC
$110,365 - $123,681 a year
  • Manage arts and cultural services across the City of Port Phillip including performing and visual arts and heritage services, the Port Phillip City Collection…
Flying Bark Productions
Camperdown NSW
  • A passion for visuals that enhance narrative and storytelling.
  • Have a solid professional standard of traditional arts based skills including illustration;
  • School Division: Senior School, Art, Design and Technology (ADT) Department, Red Hill Campus.
  • Reports to: Head of Department.
  • Hours of Work: As per the MEA.
Wenona School
North Sydney NSW
  • (Temporary, Part-Time – Maternity Leave).
  • Wenona is seeking a dynamic and passionate Visual Arts educator to join our outstanding Visual Arts faculty.
Melbourne VIC +4 locations
  • If you're studying accounting, commerce, economics, business, finance, policy, law, engineering, communications, arts, IT or science you're encouraged to apply…
Gladstone Park Secondary Colle
Gladstone Park VIC
  • Gladstone Park is a single campus, co-educational Year 7 to 12 College of more than 1600 students that services a large residential community in the North…
AESOP Corporate
Melbourne VIC
  • Aesop has carefully cultivated a work environment in which our employees are constantly challenged to do their best.
  • Who We Are Looking For:
  • If you're studying accounting, commerce, economics, business, finance, policy, law, engineering, communications, arts, IT or science you're encouraged to apply…
William Ruthven Primary School
Reservoir VIC
  • William Ruthven Primary School is situated in the northern suburb of Reservoir with an enrolment of 220 students.
  • Tours are on Tuesday, 3 March at 5:00 pm.