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Independent Schools in Western Australia employ in excess of 7,000 teachers and approximately 2,000 ancillary staff.  The Association of Independent Schools of Western Australia is not an employing authority. Whether independent, or part of a school system, each school employs its own staff.

AISWA has provided a facility for AISWA member schools to post vacancies at their school. You need to login into the AISWA member area to access the form.

Current advertised positions will listed below.

In partnership with SEEK, AISWA has provided a facility to search all vacancies in Independent Schools in Western Australia. Click on Search below to view current advertised positions. There will be more positions available as jobs are added to the database.

teachers.on.net is proud to be a provider of online advertising for the member schools of AISWA. teachers.on.net will be working in partnership with AISWA to ensure that member schools are introduced to the benefits and cost savings that online advertising provides.

Wesley College

The position is a full function payroll role and operates within a small Finance team. This position is for Maternity Leave cover and is required for seven months. Applicants must have a minimum of 5 years previous payroll experience

Job Position : Payroll Officer
Closing Date : 27-04-2014

Perth Waldorf School

The Perth Waldorf School are seeking a History / English Teacher.

Job Position : History / English Teacher
Closing Date : 03-10-2014

Wongutha CAPS

Please see Pdf advertisement. The contract is for one year, however if you wish to stay on after this, simply indicate this on your intent statement when delivered in term 3 next year.

Job Position : Full Time Teacher
Closing Date : 19-12-2014

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