AUSSIE EDUCATOR

Teacher Employment

Teacher Employment covers casual/part-time/relief/substitute teaching, full-time teaching and specialist positions such as consultants, itinerant teachers and counsellors. Teachers work in government and several non-government systems, including regular and specialist classrooms as well as specialist schools.

Advertised positions are found via multiple sources. Major education bodies, e.g. education departments, religious dioceses/groups normally run their own vacancy listings. Individual schools in different groups also run advertisements for their own vacancies. In addition, there are both print [e.g. newspapers] and internet sites [more commonly, a specific area of a larger employment search site, though there are several specific to education]. Examples from many are included below and on the next page.

Registration of teachers is a compulsory requirement prior to taking up any position in any state or territory. Information about this is provided first in each state and territory listing below. Be sure to make yourself aware of every requirement involved.

Other sections within each state and territory cover the Education Department, the Catholic Education System and Other Sources of information.

This page covers procedures and programs used in each state & territory.

The Second Page covers specific procedures for transferring recognition of registration/accreditation between states/territories, including New Zealand [Mutual Recognition]. It also covers job sites and any special programs.

Australian Capital Territory

Registration of Teachers

  • Professional Registration
    Overview plus specific information for people who have recently completed their teaching qualification; people who have been registered in other Australian states or territories and New Zealand; people who have been registered in a country other than Australia or New Zealand. Each has links to some of the sites covered below.

ACT Education Directorate

  • Applicant Information Kit
    This document provides information on Working in the ACT Public Service; “Who we are looking for”; How to Apply; Assessing your Application; What happens next ? and Who to contact.
  • Careers and Employment
    The Government employment portal. For Education vacancies go to the Education, Teaching and Training section.
  • Casual Classroom Teacher Register
    ‘This is a casual register only. Further enquiries can be made via email : edusims@act.gov.au or by phoning [02] 6205 5000’. Includes Classroom Teacher Information Package [PDF and .docx] and Application to register as a Classroom Teacher [.docx], plus an overview
  • Casual Employment
    ‘The Education Directorate accepts applications of registration for casual teaching throughout the year. These applications are for employment within any ACT Public School’. Link to further information. Also information and links for Casual Administrative and School Support Staff and Casual Building Service Officers.
  • Casual Teachers
    Multiple sections providing information on applications to qualification requirements.
  • Working with Us
    Looks at teaching in the Education Directorate system. Check sections in the menu at the left. Areas of significance include :

Catholic Education Schools

  • Employment Opportunities
    Includes current vacancies [Note : some of these are in adjacent areas of NSW], ability to provide Expressions of Interest for possible positions including Casual positions, even subscribe to Job Alerts.
  • Enterprise Agreements
    ‘Terms and conditions of employment in Catholic Education, Archdiocese of Canberra and Goulburn are detailed in Enterprise Agreements as listed’.
  • Religious Education [RE] Accreditation Framework
    ‘Accreditation is required for all those who work, teach or lead in Catholic Education in the Archdiocese of Canberra and Goulburn’. Details are available about available course to achieve this.

Other Sources

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New South Wales

Accreditation of Teachers

  • The Literacy and Numeracy Test
    ‘All NSW teacher education students must successfully pass the national Literacy and Numeracy Test prior to the final professional experience placement to be eligible for Provisional Accreditation [some current students may have passed a superseded alternative test]’. Considerable details about this. Check further details at https://teacheredtest.acer.edu.au/.

Catholic Education Schools

  • Canberra-Goulburn Catholic Education Office
    ‘Employment information for the Archdiocese of Canberra and Goulburn’. For all other information, see details listed in the Catholic Schools section for the ACT above.
  • Sydney Catholic Schools - Registration to Teach
    ‘Teachers wishing to teach in Sydney Catholic schools need to complete the ‘Registration to Teach’ process before being eligible to apply for a teaching position. Vacancies within schools are managed by the school itself and posted on the Teachers On Net web site ’. Related pages include :
  • Internships – Sydney Catholic Schools
    ‘Learn from on the job classroom and teaching experiences where you will have an opportunity to develop your professional knowledge, practice and engagement’. Limited numbers each year.
  • Job Vacancies
    Two sections- Teacher Vacancies and Positions Vacant.
  • Key Documents
    Includes Application Form; How to Apply; Tax File number Declaration; Superannuation Arrangements, Payroll Authority Banking. All can be downloaded.
  • Religious Education Accreditation
    ‘Sydney Catholic Schools offer appropriate and supportive pathways for the preparation and ongoing professional learning of its teachers, especially in Religious Education, and for the professional and spiritual formation of those who will lead our schools into the future’.
  • Salary Package
    ‘SCS conditions of employment and salaries for school staff are available in the listed documents’ and the Salary Package table.
  • Working With Children Check
    NSW Office of the Children’s Guardian. All applicants must complete the form through this office.
  • Diocesan Catholic Schools Authorities NSW
    All Diocesan Authorities are linked via this page [11 including Sydney Catholic Schools detailed above]. Each site provides information about schools, teacher employment, current vacancies and other relevant information including Religious Education Accreditation.

NSW Department of Education

  • ClassCover
    ‘Join 50 000 relief teachers getting booked by schools on ClassCover. With ClassCover, schools can see your availability before booking you so you never get asked to work when you are unavailable again. You also have the choice to be found by other schools giving you the opportunity to grow your network and obtain more work’.
  • Rural Experience Program Guidelines
    ‘The Rural Experience Program provides an opportunity for permanent teachers to take part in a short-term placement of 1 to 4 terms in a Rural or Remote school’.
  • Salary and Benefits
    ‘We offer attractive salaries, generous holidays, and flexible working conditions, all available to view before you start. In this section : Salary and Awards; Subsidies; allowances and bonuses; flexible work arrangements; leave; Salary packaging; Superannuation; and Taxation’.
  • Teachers Handbook
    ‘The Handbook will contain the current conditions of employment for teachers in the Teaching Service, and list their responsibilities. This information is extracted from primary source documents including acts, regulations, determinations, awards, agreements and arrangements’. The Teachers Handbook is currently being revised. Completed chapters will be included progressively on this site
  • Your Career Journey
    ‘Whatever your previous work and life experience, there are career opportunities for you in the department’.
  • Approval to Teach
    ‘In 2019, the approval to teach process [was] updated to ensure all students in NSW public schools have access to high-quality teachers. Your application for approval to teach [formerly known as the Graduate Recruitment Program or GRP] is an essential step to commencing your teaching career in NSW public schools’.
  • Casual Teachers
    Teach.NSW. Information, forms, links. To work as a casual teacher, there are a range of mandatory training modules that you must complete in order to comply with legislative and departmental requirements. School principals will ask you to provide evidence that you have completed these training modules when you are first employed at a new school.
  • Enhance your career
    NSW Premier’s Teacher Scholarships; Early Career Summer School; International Teacher Exchange; other scholarships; School Counsellor Sponsorship Programs; Rural Experience Program; Sponsored Training Education Program.
  • Find Teaching Jobs
    Information on : JobFeed [temporary/permanent positions]; Casual Teachers; Choose Rural [Explore rural and remote areas]; Get a teaching job; Teaching Qualification Check; Temporary teaching positions; Returning teacher information; NSW teachers from other systems [e.g. Catholic System]; Interstate teacher information; and Overseas-trained teacher information.
  • High Demand Teachers in NSW Public Schools
    ‘To improve your employment and career development prospects as a teacher in NSW public schools, consider becoming a teacher of one of the high-demand subject areas listed below or teaching in a high-demand location’.
  • Types of Teachers in NSW Public Schools
    ‘Explore the different types of teachers in NSW public schools and find out which teaching or speciality area appeals to you. In NSW public schools you can choose to teach across different age groups, from early childhood through to secondary school’.

Other Sources

  • AISNSW School Finder
    Find individual schools by using the various filters on the left. Note : many independent schools advertise their own vacancies via employment sections on their own sites. Be sure to check these when looking for a position in a nominated region.
  • Independent Schools Teacher Accreditation Authority [ISTAA]
    ‘Teacher accreditation in NSW independent schools takes a number of different forms depending on the type of industrial agreement in place and a range of other factors. In all instances, teachers must be registered with NESA’.
  • Job Opportunities
    ‘All candidates are required to complete and submit with their application the digital AISNSW Employment Application Form, which requires responses to [all of the nominated] sections’. Download the AISNSW Employment Application Form here. All currently open positions at AISNSW are advertised on this page.

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Northern Territory

Registration of Teachers

  • Teacher Registration Board
    ‘Registering teachers, or granting authorisation to an employer to employ an unregistered person; liaising with providers of teacher education and professional development in the Northern Territory; and developing a code of ethics for Territory teachers’. Important pages include :
  • Employers
    ‘To seek employment in the Northern Territory you can contact employers at’ the links provided on this page.
  • Forms
    Application forms; other forms include Cancellation of Registration; Change of Name; Criminal History Check; more.
  • Registration
    ‘If you currently work, or intend to work in a school as a teacher, you will need to be registered with the Teacher Registration Board of the Northern Territory [the Board]’. Includes the following :s Eligibility for registration; Registration Categories; Registration Decisions; Fees plus others listed here individually.
  • Registration Applications
    Covers New Applicants; Provisional to Full registration; Registration renewal; Translation of Documents not in English plus others listed here individually.
  • Teachers registered in another jurisdiction
    ‘All applicants who hold teacher registration in another Australian State or Territory, or in New Zealand, will be granted the equivalent category of registration in the Northern Territory in accordance with the provisions within the Mutual Recognition [Northern Territory] Act 1992 or the Trans-Tasman Mutual Recognition Act 1997 [Cth]’.

Catholic Education Schools

NT Department of Education

  • Teach in the Territory
    ‘Discover teaching; What do teachers do ?; What qualifications do I need ?; How much do teachers get paid ?; What types of jobs are available ?; Teacher pathways; Teaching in the Territory; Educator support; How to apply; Classroom Teacher vacancies; Contact Information’. Sample pages include :

Other Sources

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Queensland

Registration of Teachers

  • Applying for Registration
    Sections include : ‘Applying for registration; Application process; Eligibility requirements; Preservice teachers and recent graduates; Mutual recognition; Applicants without prescribed qualifications’.
  • Queensland Register of Teachers
    Searchable. ‘The QCT continually updates the Register of Teachers to show a person’s registration status. If a teacher does not appear on the Register of Teachers, employers should ask to see an original, current Registration Certificate issued by the QCT or else contact the QCT’.
  • Permission to Teach Qld
    ‘Approved teachers include registered teachers and persons approved to teach under Permission to teach [PTT]. Holders of a PTT are not registered teachers. PTT approval is granted within strict parameters’.
  • Teacher Employers in Qld
    ‘The QCT does not employ teachers in schools. However, there are a number of institutions that do’. These are listed with brief descriptors and links to further information from the relevant bodies.
  • Registration
    ‘To teach in a Queensland school you must be registered with the QCT. Registration ensures that a high standard of preparation, conduct and practice is upheld in the profession’. Sections include : Value of registration; Types of registration; Applicants; Fees; Change of Details; Renewal of registration; Surrender of registration; Registration Conditions.
  • Blue Card Services
    ‘To work or volunteer with children in Queensland, you need to have a blue card. You will also need a card if you are a student enrolled in a tertiary course [including certificate, TAFE and university courses] and need to do a practical placement’.
  • LANTITE and Registration
    Literacy & Numeracy Test. ‘Successful completion of Literacy and Numeracy Test for Initial Teacher Education [LANTITE] has been an expected requirement of the Australian Ministers for Education for all graduates since June 2016. For further information on LANTITE, contact the institution at which you are currently studying’. Check further details at https://teacheredtest.acer.edu.au/.

Catholic Education Schools

  • Cairns
    Current Positions. Additional information on a number of related areas. Ranges from Early Learning and Care through to Leadership positions.
  • Rockhampton
    Career Opportunities [positions]; FAQs; Working with Catholic Education; Staff Induction, Graduate Teacher Applications.
  • Toowoomba
    Jobs available; Blue card System; Graduate Teacher Employment, Teaching in the Diocese.
  • Townsville
    ‘Current Vacancies; Why Work for Us ?; Supply Teaching; Job Alerts; Living in North Queensland; Working in our schools; FAQs’.

Queensland Department of Education

  • Current Vacancies [Teach Queensland]
    ‘There are a few ways you can secure a teaching job with us, which might depend on your needs and the opportunities available. So, whether you’re looking for casual, temporary, or permanent roles – here’s a quick guide to finding and applying for the right one for you’.
  • Salaries
    Information from the Queensland Teachers’ Union.
  • MyHR Recruitment TRACER system
    ‘If you indicate a preference for teaching in a casual and/or temporary capacity on your application for teacher employment, you’ll automatically be activated in the MyHR Recruitment TRACER system and allocated a username and password for your account’.
  • LinkedIn
    ‘From time to time, we advertise on SmartJobs [see below] and LinkedIn with permanent and temporary vacancies’. You need to sign up for free to access the LinkedIn vacancy listing.
  • Smart Jobs & Careers
    Government jobs portal showing current teaching vacancies. Also has a specific search engine with multiple filters. You can also register for Smart Jobs.

Other Sources

  • Work with Us [ISQ]
    ‘ISQ does not recruit teachers on behalf of independent schools. Each independent school is responsible for the employment of its teaching and other staff. Current vacancies at ISQ member schools are advertised on the following websites :’.
  • Seek
  • Smart Leaders
    ‘An executive leadership consulting and recruitment company’.
  • Smart Teachers
    ‘We work with non-government schools across Australia and international schools overseas. The types of jobs you can access include all school leadership, teaching, administration and support staff positions’.

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South Australia

Registration of Teachers

  • Teacher’s Registration Board
    Covers Teacher Registration, Professional Learning, Professional Responsibilities and Resources. Specific pages among a wider range include :
  • Teacher Registration
    ‘Registration verifies you as a qualified teaching professional. For employment purposes, all graduates, overseas trained and currently working teachers are required by law to be registered by the Teachers Registration Board’.
  • Applying for Registration
    Select the appropriate menu item to begin your application process e.g. I’m an Australian Teacher Education Graduate.
  • Early Childhood Teachers
    ‘All early childhood teachers working in an approved education and care service in South Australia need to be registered with the Teachers Registration Board of South Australia [the Board] or have authorisation from the Board to practice as a teacher’.
  • Employment Information
    ‘Once you are registered with the Teachers Registration Board you can be employed as a teacher in South Australian schools, pre-schools, and prescribed services. Teachers are not employed by the Board, so if you have any questions about working as a teacher you should direct them to the relevant employing authority or union group as outlined’.
  • Frequently Asked Questions
  • Fitness and Propriety
    ‘To be registered as a teacher, the applicant must have recognised qualifications and experience, have completed a mandatory notification training course relating to child abuse and neglect, consent to a Nationally Coordinated Criminal History Check, undertaken by the Board, and be a fit and proper person to be a teacher’.

Catholic Education Schools

Department for Education

  • Working with Us
    Click on one of the eight specific links for further details. Specific areas are covered on the following pages :

Other Sources

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Tasmania

Registration of Teachers

  • Teachers Registration Board
    ‘Any person wanting to teach in a Tasmanian school, college or the TasTAFE must have registration or a limited authority to teach [LAT]. It is an offence under the Teachers Registration Act 2000 to teach in a Tasmanian school, college or TasTAFE without registration or a Board authority’. Specific pages include :

Catholic Education Schools

Department of Education

Other Sources

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Victoria

Registration of Teachers

  • Victorian Institute of Teaching
    ‘It is a legal requirement for all teachers to be registered with VIT in order to be employed in a school or early childhood education and care service or Victorian children’s service’. Among relevant pages are :
  • Professional Responsibilities
    ‘Teachers are responsible for meeting and maintaining high standards of professional practice and conduct. Understand your responsibilities and how we manage our disciplinary process’ Includes aspects such as the Codes of Conduct and Ethics and the Special Needs Plan [Teachers are now required to build their capacity to teach learners with disability].
  • Registered Teachers
    14 information sections including Moving to [full] registration; Renewing my registration; Effective Mentoring Program; Returning to teaching; Professional Practice Resources; and Standards.
  • Registering as a Teacher
    ‘Registration categories; How do I register ?; Who needs to be registered ?; Criminal History Check; Literacy and Numeracy Test for Initial Teacher Education; Online access; Initial teacher education [programs; and Fees’.
  • Literacy and Numeracy Test for Initial Teacher Education
    ‘From 1 July 2016, the literacy and numeracy test for initial teacher education [LANTITE] will be used as the required means to demonstrate that initial teacher education [ITE] graduates have the required personal literacy and numeracy levels equivalent to the top 30U of the population’. Check further details at https://teacheredtest.acer.edu.au/.
  • Nationally Coordinated Criminal History Check
    ‘To be registered with us or to renew your registration as a teacher, you will need to have a current and satisfactory Nationally Coordinated Criminal History Check [NCCHC] - previously known as the National Police History Check [NPHC] - conducted by VIT on your behalf’.
  • Special Needs Plan
    ‘As part of the government Special Needs Plan, teachers are now required to build their capacity to teach learners with disability’.
  • Victorian Teacher Information - Working with Children Check
    ‘If your workers or volunteers are teachers or early childhood teachers who are currently registered with the Victorian Institute of Teaching, they’re exempt from holding a Working with Children Check, unless they’ve been given a Negative Notice. A registered teacher who does child-related work - other than teaching in a school or early childhood service - must notify WWCCV of this work by completing the Teacher notification form [Available from this page]’.

Catholic Education Schools

  • Archdiocese of Melbourne - Work in our Schools
    . Covers Job Search; Accreditation Beginning Teachers; Leadership; Pay and Conditions; Professional Learning; and Requirements.
  • Ballarat Diocese
    Principal Vacancies; Teaching Vacancies; Catholic Education Office Ballarat [CEOB] Vacancies; Induction; Contact details ‘for any questions regarding the employment process or advertised positions’.
  • Job Search
    Positions across Victoria. Position; Location; Diocese; Role; Position Type; Work Hours; Level [school]; Application Closing Date. Use the available search filters as required.
  • Sale Diocese
    ‘Teachers in the Diocese of Sale enjoy ongoing support from the Catholic Education Office, including a graduate induction program, mentor teacher system and regular opportunities for professional development and career advancement’. Select Employment Opportunities.
  • Salary and Conditions
    ‘In this section, staff in Victorian Catholic schools are able to find information relating to salary and conditions including : Workload; Variation of hours; Salary assessments; Payment of salaries; Rates of pay; School holiday pay; Higher duties allowance’. Additional, related information also accessible through this page.

Department of Education and Training

Other Sources

  • Adzuna - Teacher Jobs in Victoria
    Filters provide for Salary; Location; Category; Company; Contract Type; Hours.
  • Employment Hub [MAV]
    ‘A leading recruitment and job listing service for mathematics education jobs for early years, primary, and secondary mathematics educators, across all school sectors in Victoria’.
  • Indeed.com - Teaching Jobs in Victoria [with Salaries]
    What; When; Salary Estimate; Job Type; Location; Company [Employer]. Further information by clicking on Position Title.
  • Independent Schools Employment
    For Employers and Jobseekers. ‘Operated as a service to independent schools’.
  • Jobs at TAFE
    ‘Victorian TAFEs are employing people with on-the-job experience and skills across all sectors to train and support current TAFE students’.
  • Jobs in Victorian TAFE Institutions
    ‘Links take you directly to job opportunities available at all our individual member Institutes’.
  • SEEK - Education & Training Jobs in Victoria
    Position; Employer; Location; Salary Range; Brief information; Additional information covers options such as specific role; qualifications required; Skills and Attributes.
  • Teachers On Net
    Use filter options to narrow your search. Information can cover Position; Location; Closing Date; Year Level/Subject; Other Information. Expanded information by clicking on Position link.
  • TES - Teaching Jobs in Victoria
    Narrow selections by choosing options from By Workplace, By Position or By Subject. Similar presentation to other groups.
  • Victorian Public Sector Job Application Tracking System
    Filters include Location; Job Function; Department/Agency; Work Type; Classification; Date Advertised; Position Title; Reference; Keywords; Salary Range. Each section has a descriptor to assist you make the correct choice.

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Western Australia

Registration of Teachers

  • Teacher Registration Board of WA
    ‘The TRBWA is the body responsible for the registration of teachers in Western Australia and registers all teachers, from early childhood to Year 12, who teach in a Western Australian educational venue. The TRBWA is also responsible for the accreditation of initial teacher education programs in WA’. Specific pages include :
  • Further Information
    ‘This section contains information on ​​Complaints and Feedback; Contact Us​; FAQs; Fees; Forms; Policies; Publications; and Useful links’.
  • Initial Teacher Education Programs
    ‘Overview; Accredited Programs; Applying for Accreditation; Literacy and Numeracy Test [see below]’.
  • Professional Conduct
    Includes areas such as - ‘Fit and Proper Requirements; Criminal History Checks [see below]; Notifications and Complaints; Disciplinary Matters; ’ more.
  • Teacher Registration
    Includes sections covering - Who needs to be; Becoming registered; Currently Registered teachers; Fees and the Register of Teachers.
  • Criminal Record Checks
    ‘An applicant/nominee must consent to the Teacher Registration Board of Western Australia obtaining their criminal history [if any] when applying for registration as a teacher in any category, renewal of their registration or another category of registration’. Information on National and Overseas criminal record checks where relevant.
  • Literacy and Numeracy Test for ITE students [LANTITE]
    ‘The Literacy and Numeracy Test for Initial Teacher Education Students is a single national instrument designed to demonstrate that graduates of accredited Initial Teacher Education [ITE] programs have personal levels of literacy and numeracy within the top 30 percent of the population. All students who first commenced an accredited Western Australian ITE program after 1 January 2017 will be required to pass the test prior to graduation’.
  • Working with Children Check
    This site covers who has to have this and when exemptions may be considered. In essence, all teachers would need to have a Working with Children Check. Use the menu at the top for more detailed information and directions.

Catholic Education Schools

  • Careers in Catholic Schools
    Covers Teaching Roles; Support Roles; Rural and Remote Opportunities; Specified Career Opportunities; and Professional Development.
  • FAQs
    FAQs re gaining employment; recruitment procedure; any specific requirements; finding assistance in these matters; while there are also links to several areas including the Teachers EBA, Salary Schedules and Salary Packaging information.
  • Job Search
    Choose from Principalship; School Based; Aboriginal Staff; even Office Roles. Filters available if required.

Department of Education

  • Teach in WA - Department of Education
    ‘Whether you are a school leaver, new graduate, looking to change careers or moving from interstate or overseas, teaching in WA can take you to amazing places. Begin your journey to Teach in WA here. Your pathway to teach in WA; Teach in rural, regional and remote WA; LEAP Program; Teaching Career Events’. Linked pages include :
  • Benefits and Support
    ‘Benefits include competitive salaries; flexible working arrangements; comprehensive salary packaging options; attractive leave provisions and training and career development opportunities. There are also additional benefits and support for teachers’.
  • Careers
    Similar in structure to the link above. Also has a direct link to the Current Jobs listing [see below].
  • Current Jobs
    Casual/Part Time/Full Time; Position; Location; Area of employment; Closing Date. Clicking on the Apply button brings up considerable detail.
  • Graduate Teacher Pool
    Information with attachments for potential Graduate Teacher recruits.
  • Teacher Salaries
    ‘We offer teaching salaries among the highest in Australia’.

Other Sources

  • Adzuna - Teacher Jobs in Western Australia
    Filters provide for Salary; Location; Category; Company; Contract Type; Hours.
  • Careerjet - Teaching jobs in Western Australia
    ‘Position; Employer; Location; Brief descriptor’. Click on Position link for greater detail including permanency, role and responsibility, etc..
  • Indeed.com - Teaching Jobs in Western Australia [with Salaries]
    What; When; Salary Estimate; Job Type; Location; Company [Employer]. Further information by clicking on Position Title.
  • Jobs@Independent Schools
    ‘AISWA is not an employing agency for its member schools, nor does it have any part in the selection and appointment of teachers to positions in Independent Schools. All appointments are handled entirely by the individual school’.
  • Jobs.wa.gov.au
    ‘Select options from the various search boxes below to refine your job search. Use the CTRL key [for Mac users, use the ‘Apple’ key] to select multiple options from the drop down lists’. Use the Agency choice to choose either the Department of Education [Education, Department of] or specific TAFE area [e.g. South Regional TAFE].
  • Jora - Teacher jobs in Western Australia
    ‘Position; Location; Brief descriptor; when listed’. Click on Position link for greater detail.
  • Randstad Australia - Education & training jobs in Western Australia
    ‘Position; when posted; Location; Permanency; Salary range; brief descriptor; Read more link’.
  • SEEK - Education & Training Jobs in Western Australia
    Position; Employer; Location; Salary Range; Brief information; Additional information covers options such as specific role; qualifications required; Skills and Attributes.
  • Teachers On Net
    Use filter options to narrow your search. Information can cover Position; Location; Closing Date; Year Level/Subject; Other Information. Expanded information by clicking on Position link.

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