NSW Department of Education
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About the company

  • CEO
    Mark Scott
    82%
    approve of Mark Scott's performance
  • Founded
    1848
  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Industry
    Education
  • Headquarters
    105 Phillip Street, Parra...
  • Link
    NSW Department of Education website
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Teavjer in Blue Mountains NSW
on 17 July 2022
Busy, demanding but very rewarding.
The Department of Education are forever changing and adapting to the needs of the time. I am sure there will be many changes in the future as it has to be that way.
Boss in Sydney NSW
on 25 September 2022
Good
A great place to work at, highly recommended, good stuff, good crew, love that all… why would you want to work anywhere else when you can work with absolute gunners.
School Learning Support Officer in Sydney NSW
on 30 August 2022
Relaxing and supportive environment
The DoE has been the best employer I’ve ever had. Management at my school are incredibly understanding, supportive, and flexible, and they truly care about you. There’s a strong focus on upskilling employees through professional development and higher education, as well as on mental well-being since the job can sometimes be a bit stressful.
Primary School Teacher in Marrickville NSW
on 12 August 2022
Stressful
Working in the department of education can be rewarding. The problem is that the pay does not reflect the amount of work you are expected to do. The extra unpaid hours needed for the job is unsustainable. Behaviour management is the main focus of the job whereas it should be maths and English
Teacher in Tamworth NSW
on 16 June 2022
Stressful
Everyone knows that teaching is not at ALL what it used to be. The education system is slipping, and standardised testing, collection of data and a crowded curriculum means you rarely get to know or care for your students because you are so stressed all the time. Shameful.

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