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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. is proud to be a provider of online advertising for the member schools of AISWA. 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

This newly created position is designed to provide high-end support to the Headmaster in both strategic and operational roles. The successful candidate will also be a key member of the College Executive. The role is focused into two main areas: Staffing - The leadership and oversight of a range of academic staffing matters in conjunction with other key stakeholders. This includes matters such as timetabling (at a macro level), the staff leadership development program, the teacher coaching model, co-curricular allocations for staff, leave processes, Enterprise Agreement negotiations and the like; and Co-Curricular Strategy - The leadership and oversight of all co-curricular (non-academic) areas from a strategic perspective; the Arts, sport, boarding, service, outdoor education the indigenous program, broader community engagement strategies and the like. These areas report directly to the relevant Head of School from an operational perspective. Key staff relationships will be with the Headmaster, Heads of Schools, Heads of Boarding, Sport and Art, Director of Campus Administration, Academic Dean, Teacher Coach Co-ordinator, Human Resources and the Indigenous Co-ordinator.

Job Position : Director of Strategy: Staffing and Co-Curricular
Closing Date : 12-03-2015

SMYL Community College

SMYL Community College is an Independent, Curriculum and Re-engagement (CARE) School that caters specifically for 15 to 17 year olds, who have disengaged or are at-risk of disengaging from mainstream education. SMYL CC aims to provide an inclusive and supportive learning community that offers an alternative approach to education and training for young people who are at risk of missing out on opportunities due to their home or school life, health and/or personal issues. SMYL CC is seeking an experienced Education Assistant for immediate commencement.

Job Position : Education Assistant
Closing Date : 06-03-2015

HillSide Christian College

The position of Head Cleaner at HillSide Christian College will involve: * Managing a small team of cleaning staff; * Cleaning duties as required by the Principal; * Security of school gates, doors and buildings; * Organising relief cleaners as required. Other duties as prescribed by the Principal.

Job Position : Head Cleaner
Closing Date : 23-03-2015

St Andrews Grammar

Due to the appointment of our current Head of Secondary to the position of Principal of a Western Australian Independent School, the Head of Secondary position at St. Andrew's Grammar School is available from January 2015. Please visit the employment section of our website to view the full role description Please email your application form, CV and three referees to Applications close on Friday 31st of October.

Job Position : Head of Secondary School
Closing Date : 01-01-2016

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