NSW Department of Education
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Teacher hourly salaries in New South Wales at NSW Department of Education

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Location
Average salary
$84.69 per hour
49%
Above national average
Average $84.69
Low $42.30
High $200

Salary estimated from 33 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 12 months. Last updated: 17 January 2023

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Reviews for Teacher in NSW Department of Education

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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Workplace ethos is determined by the Principal and varies greatly between campuses.

Each school / campus is run by the Principal which can be dictatorial or consultative. With time the demands on teachers are increasing, leading to increasing numbers of teachers suffering burnout.

Pros

Can be a great experience if You score a supportive school, and if you are prepared to learn from those around you (students and staff).

Cons

Never ending data collection, PL that isn’t useful, meetings, lack of respect from parents and staff, constant demands on your ‘free time’ that should be used for lesson prep, too much admin work.
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The place to be if you are a teacher.

Schools can be very different. Overwhelmingly the staff are friendly and collaboration is the order of the day. There is a tendency to lose this collaboration as you move into executive positions but again this is a culture that comes down from the top. If the Principal is collaborative, the school is pleasant. As Principals change so does the culture of the workplace. It's a lottery, some times you win.

Pros

Collegiate atmosphere, make lifelong friends. Watch students mature and become adults.

Cons

High degree of administration and reporting which actually detracts from teaching.
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How much does a Teacher make at NSW Department of Education in New South Wales?

Average NSW Department of Education Teacher hourly pay in New South Wales is approximately $84.69, which is 49% above the national average.

Salary information comes from 46 data points collected directly from employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.

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