Agency: Department of Education
Salary: Teacher (School Education Act General Agreement)
Work Type: Permanent - Part Time, Permanent - Full Time, Fixed Term - Full Time, Fixed Term - Part Time
Closing Date: 2021-07-02 4:30 PM
Teacher, $70,137 - $105,049 per annum (SEA GA 2017)
Are you looking for an opportunity to teach in a Western Australian public school, and make a difference to the lives and futures of our students?
If you are a qualified teacher, this pool is an opportunity for you to express your interest in part time and full time fixed-term teaching positions in Western Australia’s public schools.
We offer rewarding career opportunities in public education and a range of attractive professional and personal benefits, including:
This is your opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of children and young people through innovative lesson planning, creative classroom delivery and inspiring a passion for learning.
Who should apply
Whether you are starting your career, returning to teaching, or are already employed and are looking for new fixed-term opportunities, you can apply to this pool.
How the pool works
Principals may consider qualified and eligible applicants for suitable vacancies by matching your qualifications, skills, experience and location preferences to their vacancy.
You must have had your application accepted to this pool, and have had confirmation at the time a vacancy is listed, to be considered for an employment opportunity.
You must be eligible and available for placement via this pool when an offer is made. If you have accepted a fixed term placement, you will only be considered for further placements if they are an increased work fraction or for a longer period of time.
If you are currently a permanent teacher with us, your principal or line manager will need to approve your release before you can accept a fixed-term appointment at another school or location.
Applying for this pool does not guarantee appointment. Principals may choose to fill vacancies using other options such as local recruitment activities or advertising positions.
If you have participated in the WA Department of Education Leap Program (formerly known as the Switch Program) you should indicate on your online application that you are qualified to teach in your Leap qualification area and/or existing qualification area, even prior to completion of the program.
How to apply
Applications must be submitted online. Select “Apply for Job” at either the top or bottom of this advertisement and follow the instructions on your screen.
Your application should include:
It is recommended that you have all of the above documents ready to attach before clicking the “Apply for Job” button.
When completing your online application you will be asked to nominate the schools where you would be interested in working. Please only nominate schools where you would accept a position.
After you have submitted your application online, you will receive a confirmation email.
If you do not receive a confirmation email, or are experiencing any trouble submitting your online application, please contact Staff Recruitment and Employment Services on (08) 9264 4127.
As suitable vacancies arise, you may be contacted by schools to discuss details relevant to specific vacancies. Your referees may be contacted to verify your skills/experience.
Eligibility for employment is subject to obtaining a satisfactory Nationally Coordinated Criminal History Check through the Department of Education Screening Unit, a valid Working with Children Check (https://workingwithchildren.wa.gov.au) and Western Australian teacher registration. These must be confirmed prior to commencing employment.
Appointed applicants may be eligible for Recognition for Teachers - Prior Service and Qualifications.
EMAILED AND HARD COPY APPLICATIONS ARE NOT ACCEPTED
A strong public education system is the cornerstone of every successful society. We provide high quality education for children and young people throughout Western Australia, helping them reach their full potential.
We have more than 800 schools in communities across our State – in bustling city and regional centres and in some of the most remote parts of the world. Comprehensive schools, selective schools and education support schools. As our population grows, we're building new schools and developing state-of-the-art facilities for children to learn in. Modern schools using the latest and emerging technologies.
Each school, like each community, is distinctive. Parents and communities play a key role in creating a unique ethos for their school. They help shape the school's directions. The principal selects the best teachers and support staff for the school and funding is driven by the learning needs of students.