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Various Leadership Roles – Catholic Education – Diocese of Cairns

Catholic Education – Diocese of Cairns have the following leadership opportunities commencing in Term 1, 2021.   Assistant Principal – Religious Education St Joseph’s School, Cairns Our Lady Help of Christians School, Earlville St Clare’s School, Tully Assistant Principal – Administration Our Lady Help of Christians School, Earlville About Catholic Education – Diocese of Cairns Catholic Education is one of ... Read More »

Assistant Principal – Administration – Our Lady Help of Christians, Earlville

Catholic Education, Diocese of Cairns has an exciting leadership opportunity for an Assistant Principal – Administration to join the team at Our Lady Help of Christians School, Earlville commencing in Term 1, 2021.   About Catholic Education – Diocese of Cairns Catholic Education is one of the largest non-government employers in the Far North. Employment in Catholic schools in the ... Read More »

Assistant Principal – Religious Education – Our Lady Help of Christians School, Earlville

Catholic Education, Diocese of Cairns has an exciting leadership opportunity for an Assistant Principal – Religious Education to join the team at Our Lady Help of Christians School, Earlville commencing in Term 1, 2021.   About Catholic Education – Diocese of Cairns Catholic Education is one of the largest non-government employers in the Far North. Employment in Catholic schools in ... Read More »

Pilgrims journeying across the world to discover a new place deep inside themselves

FOUR Cairns Catholic Education women have trekked their way to Panama to celebrate World Youth Day 2019. Catholic primary school teachers Jenai Stone, Natalie Jensen and Kara Martin set off with CCE identity and outreach director Sharon O’Keeffe to engage and explore their faith. Ms O’Keeffe said in a reflection that it had been a blessed journey so far. “While ... Read More »

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