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Home > Campaigns > Other Collective Bargaining Campaigns > Christian Community Ministries Schools Collective Bargaining

Christian Community Ministries Schools Collective Bargaining

Happy_teachers.jpgCollective bargaining is currently underway in Christian Community Ministries (CCM) schools. Comparable wages, revised hours of duty and paid maternity leave are key issues for CCM members in this round of bargaining.

IEUA-QNT organiser Caryl Davies said members were seeking wage increases in line with comparable salary levels paid to counterparts in state schools and other Christian schools.

“Members know that comparable rates of pay are essential to attract and retain quality employees within CCM schools,” she said.

Other key provisions sought by employees in this round of bargaining include:

  • the implementation of a lead teacher classification and a new Position of Added Responsibility (PAR) structure;
  • revised hours of duty;
  • annualisation of salary for school officers; and
  • the introduction of a documented processes for formal reviews of an employee’s work performance.

View a full summary of employee claims by downloading the Employee Log of Claims.

CCM schools in Queensland
  • Burnett Youth Learning Centre, Bundaberg
  • Chinchilla Christian College, Chinchilla
  • Dalby Christian College, Dalby
  • Endeavour Christian College, Cooktown
  • Groves Christian College, Kingston
  • Livingstone Christian College, Ormeau
  • Staines Memorial College, Redbank Plains
  • Warwick Christian College, Warwick
  • Whitsunday Christian College, Cannonvale