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Teaching in remote schools
As a teacher in a remote Territory school you will be working with some of the most committed and innovative educators in Australia.
You will have the opportunity to deliver high quality education to a diverse range of students including many Indigenous students who have English as second language or dialect (EALD).
Remote teaching allows you to collaborate in the delivery of flexible and innovative education programs.
You will encounter teaching and learning opportunities that will challenge your skills while inspiring and strengthening your teaching practices.
You will have the opportunity to work closely with local Indigenous assistant teachers. This unique opportunity will build your professional capacity and team teaching skills.
Teaching in a very remote school is a commitment. It is not for everyone. It is hard work and the conditions can be challenging. You may find it personally and professionally demanding, yet it can be immensely rewarding.
In return, we provide a unique teaching and life experience in a unique environment. Go to the Australia's Northern Territory website for more information about living and working in the Northern Territory.
Opportunities for permanent and temporary employment are available for immediate start and at the commencement of the 2017 school year.
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Conditions and support
We value the commitment and resilience you need to live in remote locations and we reward and recognise this through the provision of multiple incentives and allowances.
The category of remoteness applied to each school influences the level of monetary support and professional development available to staff.
Read more about pay and conditions of employment.
Read more about remote teaching benefits.
Orientation and support
You will receive an orientation before you go to your remote location.
In addition there is are online resources available to support your preparation to work in a remote school.
Read more about your responsibilities as a teacher.
You can contact the department by calling 1800 646 391 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.