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New teaching roles in SA

The SA government is calling for recent education graduates and current teachers to apply for over 130 ongoing teaching roles.

The permanent employment positions have opened in country and metropolitan government schools across South Australia.

There are a range of incentives and entitlements for those choosing to work in rural and remote schools, such as relocation and housing subsidies, financial benefits and additional salary raises.

Applications for ongoing country and category 1 and 2 metropolitan teaching positions will open for two weeks from Thursday 2 June through to Thursday 15 June 2017. For more information and to apply visit the DECD Jobs page.

Applicants must currently be registered or eligible to register with the Teacher Registration Board of South Australia prior to applying for a position.


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