Jobs at AISWA

All positions at AISWA are advertised on our website. Each position has an accompanying information package which lists selection criteria that needs to be addressed for each position.

Please click on the position title below to download the information package and follow the correct application procedures.

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    Providence Christian College is a Co-educational, non-denominational K-12 College with around 1050 students in Southern River, WA.


    Providence Christian College has a friendly, professional team of staff who provide a supportive work culture and a positive and inspiring work environment. We are passionate about helping students achieve their goals by using their God-given talents to the best of their ability and through quality teaching and effective learning.


    We are currently seeking a passionate Marketing Officer to join our team. The position is a part-time position to commence as soon as possible: 


    Part-Time Marketing Officer (0.4 FTE)


    We are looking for a creative and results-oriented Marketing Officer to work with the Senior Marketing Officer in marketing at the College. The successful applicant will have a background in digital marketing and content creation. The ideal candidate will assist in developing and implementing digital marketing campaigns across various platforms.


     


    If you tick the following boxes, we would love to meet you to discuss the possibilities:


     


    Personal Qualities:


    • You are passionate about living out your Christian faith, and you are prepared to model, uphold and support the Ethos of the College and its Core Values.

    • You understand marketing concepts, strategies, tools and techniques well.

    • You are proficient in using digital marketing tools and platforms.

    • You have excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to build rapport with students, parents, staff and other stakeholders.

    • You have outstanding written and verbal communication skills.

    • You can work with composure under pressure. 

    • You have strong problem-solving skills, the ability to use initiative and excellent attention to detail.

    • You have a high level of enthusiasm and motivation

    • You have excellent organisational and time management skills, including adapting to changing priorities.

    • You are a team planner who works well independently. 

     


    In consultation with the Senior Marketing Officer, applicants will be required to:


     


    • Collaborate with the College Executive in collating, creating and editing correspondence, media messages, articles, press releases, announcements, presentations and other oral/written communications to meet the College’s needs.

    • Coordinate and produce high-quality print and digital publications, including but not limited to the College newsletter, digital magazines, reports, handbooks, booklets, and other College content.

    • Oversee the College’s online presence, ensuring the website is regularly updated and that the information, links, photographs, news and other content are up to date and accurate.

    • Manage social media platforms, creating and posting content that engages the community, increases brand awareness and promotes College events and achievements.

    • Monitor the performance of social media strategies and respond to comments and feedback received.

    • Collaborate with the Events Coordinator to ensure that events are promoted and communicated effectively. Attend all formal College (Marketing Events) where possible.

    • Assist in reviewing campaigns by collating analytical data across our digital platforms and developing an SEO strategy. 

    • Provide Administrative support when required.

    • Embrace and represent the Christian ethos of the College.

    • Perform any other position-related duties as requested by the Business Manager, Principal and Senior Marketing Officer.

     


    Additional Requirements:


    • A marketing qualification or working towards a formal qualification.

    • Two years of experience in a marketing role is desirable but not essential.

    • All applicants are required to attain and maintain a Working with Children Check clearance. 

    • You are required to provide a current Police Clearance report (no older than three months).

    • You will be expected to complete a Child Safety course as part of the induction process if you have not already done so.

    • You must have the right to live and work in Australia (VEVO checks will be conducted to confirm your eligibility to work in Australia).

    Excited by the possibilities? Complete an application form today!


    APPLICATIONS CLOSE:  Friday 26th July at 4.00 pm


    PLEASE NOTE: Applications must be submitted on the College Application Form, which can be accessed on our website or by clicking on the link below: 


    https://www.providence.wa.edu.au/employment-form/



    Further information about the College can be accessed on the College website 


    www.providence.wa.edu.au and the College Code of Conduct here.


     


     


    Charlene Moss
    cmoss@providence.wa.edu.au
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    Providence Christian College is a Co-educational, non-denominational K-12 College with around 1050 students in Southern River, WA.


    Providence Christian College has a friendly, professional team of staff who provide a supportive work culture and a positive and inspiring work environment. We are passionate about helping students achieve their goals by using their God-given talents to the best of their ability and through quality teaching and effective learning.


    We currently have availability for an experienced person to join our busy team. The position is a short-term contract and part-time position to commence as soon as possible: 


    Part-Time Maintenance and Handyperson (Short-term contract)


    (0.2 FTE - preferably available on Monday) 


     


    The contract will commence as soon as possible and will run until 31st December 2024 (with an opportunity for extension of the contract)


    We are seeking a dedicated and skilled Maintenance and Handyperson to join our team. The successful candidate will assist with the general upkeep and maintenance of the school grounds and facilities, ensuring a safe and pleasant environment for students, staff, and visitors.


     


    If you tick the following boxes, we would love to meet you to discuss the possibilities:


     


    Personal Qualities:


    • You are passionate about living out your Christian faith, and you are prepared to model, uphold and support the Ethos of the College and its Core Values.

    • Proven experience in maintenance and/or handyman roles.

    • General skills in painting, carpentry, property maintenance and general repairs.

    • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.

    • Good problem-solving skills and attention to detail.

    • Good communication and interpersonal skills.

    • A commitment to maintaining a safe and welcoming environment

     


    Applicants will be required to:


     


    • Perform routine maintenance tasks, including property maintenance, carpentry, and painting.

    • Report any Identified maintenance needs.

    • Repair and maintain College equipment and fixtures.

    • Assist with setting up and dismantling for school events and activities.

    • Assist with maintaining the College property and keeping it well-maintained.

    • Respond promptly to maintenance requests and emergencies.

    • Collaborate with the  Senior Ground/Maintenance person to prioritise and plan maintenance tasks and projects.

     


    Additional Requirements:


    • You have relevant trade qualifications or equivalent experience.

    • Moderate level of computer competence.

    • All applicants are required to attain and maintain Working with Children Check clearance. 

    • You are required to provide a current Police Clearance report (no older than three months).

    • You will be expected to complete a Child Safety course as part of the induction process if you have not already done so.

    • You must have the right to live and work in Australia (VEVO checks will be conducted to confirm your eligibility to work in Australia).

    Excited by the possibilities? Complete an application form today!


    APPLICATIONS CLOSE:  Friday 26th July at 4.00 pm


    PLEASE NOTE: Applications must be submitted on the College Application Form, which can be accessed on our website or by clicking on the link below: 


    https://www.providence.wa.edu.au/employment-form/


    • Applicants who respond directly via SEEK and not via the online College application form will not be considered.

    Further information about the College can be accessed on the College website 


    www.providence.wa.edu.au and the College Code of Conduct here.


    Charlene Moss
    cmoss@providence.wa.edu.au
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    Who are we


    Kennedy Baptist College is a leading co-educational Christian school for students in Years 7 to 12, located in Perth’s southern suburb of Murdoch. Kennedy Baptist College was formed in 2013 after the amalgamation of two neighbouring Colleges. It is now home to approximately 1,200 students, and together we enter the next exciting chapter. 


    At Kennedy, every member of our community is known, we strive to live out our values of Faith, Integrity, Boldness, Growth and Service in all we do.  


    Our mission is to provide educational opportunities of excellence in a Christian context, addressing the needs of individuals for lifelong learning. Every staff member at Kennedy is expected to strive for personal excellence in all that they do.


    Kennedy staff work in a supportive and caring environment where great importance is placed on staff wellbeing and professional learning and development.


    Kennedy is a vibrant community, where great people grow.


    About the Role


    Head of Learning Area – Design and Technologies 


    As Head of Learning Area, you lean on your experience to ensure the standard of academic excellence by inspiring and leading your experienced team across curriculum development, delivery and evaluation. 


     


    In this role, you will champion the curriculum agenda, leveraging the passion and expertise of individual members and altogether challenging the collective to deliver positive learning outcomes for a broad range of students. You thrive in an environment where you use your teaching expertise, experience in leading a large and diverse department and ability to work collaboratively across different college teams and curriculum leaders to see year on year improvement. 


     


    This is a leadership role in the College. It is expected that you lead by example the College values in all your interactions, balancing the relational and the delivery of strategic objectives are essential. Reporting directly to the Deputy Principal - Curriculum and Director of Studies. Your learning and development include active engagement in the Kennedy Leadership Excellence Programme.  


     


    This is an ongoing full-time role. 


     


    Applications close Sunday, 28 July 2024


     


    How to apply


    A full job description and an application form can be found on the College website at www.kennedy.wa.edu.au/employment/ 


    To complete your application, you will need your CV, a selection criteria document, referee details, a written reference from your church pastor/ minister and digital copies of all academic records and certificates. You will be asked to upload these documents as part of your submission.  


    Please note: As part of the recruitment process, you should expect that we seek applicants who actively present the Christian Gospel to all. We will be equally interested in your experience as your personal views on Faith issues. Agreement with the College’s Statement of Faith and Code of Conduct are expected for those who apply. 


    We appreciate you require to invest more in completing the online application. This is an opportunity for you to get to know more about the College and our expectations from our staff. 


    Only completed online applications will be considered.  


    John So
    Jso@kennedy.wa.edu.au
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    We have an exciting opportunity for an Executive Assistant to join the School community. This position will see you providing day-to-day support to the Principal, working across both our Duncraig and Carramar campuses.


     


    The role is a maternity leave cover from 1 October 2024 until 4 July 2025. You will work 5 days per week (37.5 hours per week), 45 weeks per year. There may be some after school commitments required as part of this role. 


     


    The Executive Assistant will act as the first point of contact for the Principal and is responsible for providing a high level of administrative support in a professional manner. Excellent organisation, time management skills, the ability to work under pressure and to work independently and in a team are vital to this role. 


     


    The Principal’s Executive Assistant is a key position which requires a high level of discretion and confidentiality whilst providing a welcoming environment for members of the St Stephen’s School community and other stakeholders.


    Allison Omar
    people@ststephens.wa.edu.au
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    St Stephen’s School has a vacancy for a Full Time English teacher (Secondary) at our Duncraig Campus commencing in Term 3, 2024 (leave cover).


     


    The successful candidate will be able to teach Lower School English (Years 7-10).


    Allison Omar
    people@ststephens.wa.edu.au
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    We have a vacancy at our Carramar Campus for a part time D&T Teacher (approx. 0.5FTE) for the duration of Semester 2, 2024 (Leave Cover), with the possibility of ongoing


     


    THE ROLE


    The successful candidate will have the ability to teach a combination of Materials Design Technology and Applied Engineering with the ability to develop and deliver engaging lessons that inspire a love of Design and Technology in your students from Years 7-12.


    Steph Snyman
    people@ststephens.wa.edu.au
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    Fairbridge is seeking a full-time Principal to lead our Pinjarra College campus into its next phase of development while maintaining the core values of the school. This unique leadership role involves leading and collaborating with a dedicated staff who are passionate about improving opportunities for young people, especially those who struggle in a mainstream environment. 


    Kim Tantrum
    kim.tantrum@fairbridge.asn.au
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    St Stephen’s School is inviting applications from dynamic and enthusiastic HASS teachers for a 2025 leave cover.  


     


    THE ROLE


    The role will be full time,  teaching Yr7-12 HASS. The ability to teach Certificate in Business will be highly desirable.


    If you are an enthusiastic and optimistic educator who is committed to lifelong learning and continuous improvement and who would like to make a positive difference in students' lives, we would love to hear from you. Job description available on the School website.


    Steph Snyman
    people@ststephens.wa.edu.au
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    St Stephen’s School has a vacancy for a part time Music teacher (Secondary) at our Carramar campus commencing in Term 3, 2024.


     


    The successful candidate will be able to teach music from years 7 – 10 (approx. 0.5 - 0.6FTE) and  Music / Instrumental Administration and Ensemble direction (approx. 0.2 - 0.3FTE).


    If you are a teacher who can demonstrate passion and perseverance when working with students, we would love to hear from you. 


    Allison Omar
    people@ststephens.wa.edu.au
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    Due to the growth across Frederick Irwin Anglican School an exciting new opportunity exists for a Deputy Principal.


      


    Frederick Irwin Anglican School is seeking an outstanding Christian educator with a refined ability to think strategi­cally and innovatively in a K-12 approach towards teaching and learning, school operations, curriculum, pedagogy, staff wellbeing and development, and to foster continuous improvement. The individual will be integral in leading and supporting the growth of Frederick Irwin Anglican School’s students, staff and educational programs. The Deputy Principal will be a relational leader with an outstanding track record for educational leadership. Applications are sought from suitably qualified and experienced leaders and educators. The Deputy Principal is responsible to the Principal and will support the Principal in the day-to-day operations of the school. 


     


    It is anticipated that the appointment will commence from 1 January 2025 or earlier by negotiation.


     


    Frederick Irwin Anglian School is a co-educational Kindergarten to Year 12 school.  We offer high quality Anglican education in a safe and nurturing environment on two campuses, Meadow Springs (Kindergarten – Year 12) and Halls Head (Kindergarten – Year 6).  Our school has beautiful facilities, a great working environment with excellent conditions. 


     


    We are very proud of our school, students and staff.  This role presents a wonderful opportunity to lead in a dynamic and welcoming school environment, be part of our Executive Team and contribute to an exciting future.


     


    About Frederick Irwin Anglican School 


    Frederick Irwin Anglican School was established in 1991, has provided exceptional education for over 33 years and is the premier school in the Peel Region. 


     


    The School provides learning opportunities such as inter-state and international study tours, high level sport and performing arts programs, instrumental music tuition, and a range of other co-curricular activities.


     


    To learn more about Frederick Irwin Anglican School visit www.frederickirwin.wa.edu.au and follow us on LinkedIN https://www.linkedin.com/company/frederick-irwin-anglican-school-mandurah/ 


     


    About the Role


    A comprehensive information brochure for the role of Deputy Principal outlining responsibilities, accountabilities and personal qualities is available on the School website by clicking here.  This will also include information on how to apply.


     


    The outstanding applicant will be offered a competitive salary aligned with their skills and experience.


     


    Pastoral Care


    As an Anglican School, pastoral care is extremely important at Frederick Irwin Anglican School.  This is a role of the teachers who manage the supervision and welfare of the students while at school.


     


    Frederick Irwin Anglican School is committed to child safety and protection, and expects all staff, volunteers, visitors to the School and contractors to respect and abide by all policies, procedures and practices developed and put in place by the Anglican Schools Commission (ASC) and/or the School in this regard. 


     


    The successful candidate will: 



    • Hold current registration as a teacher with the Teacher Registration Board of Western Australia




    • Current Working with Children Check 




    • Appropriate academic qualifications 




    • Ability to work in a co-operative, team environment




    • Support the Christian ethos of the School



     


    About the Anglican Schools Commission


    The Anglican Schools Commission (Inc.) (ASC) founded in 1985, the Core Purpose of the Anglican Schools Commission (Inc.) (ASC) is to establish and support low fee Anglican systemic schools which provide a high quality, inclusive, caring Christian education.


     


    Growing from modest beginnings with the opening of St Mark’s Anglican Community School in 1986 in Perth’s northern beachside suburb of Hillarys, there are now more than 14,000 students attending 11 ASC schools in Western Australia, three ASC Schools in the Diocese of Wangaratta and the ASC Language School, based in Perth.


     


    Equal Employment Opportunity Statement


    The ASC as an equal opportunity employer bases its recruitment decisions on the business need and the best qualified candidates available and does not discriminate in its employment decisions on the basis of any protected category.


     


    The ASC embraces diversity and strongly encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and people with disabilities. Candidates who are offered employment may be subject to a criminal record and other background checks as permitted or required by company policy or applicable law. 


     


    To learn more about the ASC and what we have to offer visit our website www.ascschools.edu.au, and don’t forget to follow us on LinkedIn.


     


    Closing date: Friday 26 July 2024 at 4.00pm (WST)


     


    Nicola Dalton
    principalpa@fias.wa.edu.au
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    Full-time, Temporary position - Commencing Term 4 - 7 October 2024


     


    Trinity College is seeking a Religious Education teacher, to commence in Term 4 2024.


     


    The successful applicants will be enthusiastic educators, that are willing to be part of a strong professional team who are able to teach Religious Education. 


     


    This position is temporary from the 7 October 2024 to 31 December 2026 teaching Year 7 to Year 12 Religious Education. The ability to teach ATAR Religious Education is a requirement. 


     


    Outstanding subject knowledge and a willingness to be involved in the co-curricular life of the College are expected.


    Kerri Pollett
    pollett.kerri@trinity.wa.edu.au
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    The Opportunity


    Geraldton Grammar School is seeking an exceptional educational leader to serve as our next Principal. As a Kindergarten to Year 12, co-educational independent school in the Anglican tradition, we are committed to "Striving for Excellence" in all aspects of student learning and personal development.


    Located within the City of Greater Geraldton, the School campus enjoys spectacular ocean views with excellent facilities. The School is an accessible and inclusive community in which student learning and wellbeing are paramount. All members of the school community are committed to providing a holistic, rigorous and student-centred curriculum that seeks to create independent learners, balanced with tolerance and respect.


    We believe in fostering a highly relationship based environment where students, teachers and staff develop meaningful connections based on trust, respect and empathy. These relationships serve as the foundation for effective teaching and learning, allowing us to better understand and support the unique needs and aspirations of each student.


    Geraldton Grammar School takes child protection seriously.  All candidates for roles at Geraldton Grammar School are subject to screening and assessment against child safety standards as part of our thorough recruitment process.


     


    The Position


    The Principal of Geraldton Grammar School is responsible to the Geraldton Grammar School Board for the strategic and operational leadership of the School.  The Principal is expected to engender the trust and confidence of the school community and demonstrate an exemplary level of performance and professionalism. 


    The Principal works with the Board to collaboratively develop the School strategic plan and is responsible for implementing the strategic plan and monitoring the plan through the agreed Key Performance Indicators. The Principal is responsible for the effective flow of information to the School Board, bringing insight into key issues and trends affecting the current and future performance of the School. 


    Importantly, the Principal will be a strong educational leader who has a thorough knowledge and understanding of education and the business acumen required to successfully run a multifaceted organisation with the following personal attributes:



    • A leader who demonstrates a commitment to supporting the Anglican ethos of the School and the ability to lead a diverse and inclusive community.




    • A strong role model who demonstrates integrity underpinned by the school values of respect, responsibility, perseverance and inclusivity.




    • A visible leader who has a strong connection with staff, students and parents




    • A leader with good judgement, sound decision making, moral courage and tact.




    • A leader with passion, energy, optimism, the ability to make things happen and a genuine interest in and commitment to serving students, staff and parents.




    • A leader with a commitment to a progressive education




    • A leader with an open, consultative style which combines a disposition towards distributed leadership with a willingness to lead decisively from the front and the capacity to inspire confidence with the School and wider community.




    • A leader with outstanding written and verbal skills.




    • A leader who shows energy, resilience, humour and warmth.




    • A leader who is articulate and leads the School whilst sustaining the vision, mission and motto of the School.




    • A leader who retains traditions and honours the past and history of the School.



     


    Your Application


    Integrity of your Application


    We expect that you will act with integrity through all aspects of the recruitment and selection process. This means that your application is free from plagiarism, and that you represent yourself with honesty. Be mindful of conflicts of interest when selecting referees. These can be perceived or actual. Where this happens, you are encouraged to disclose this to the panel. Your referee may not be a member of the selection panel, or a family or other close personal relationship with a panel member.


    Eligibility


    The following requirements must be met and maintained to work at our School.



    • Possess a teaching qualification from an accredited teacher education program or one recognised by the Teacher Registration Board of Western Australia (TRBWA) as equivalent;




    • Will preferably possess post-graduate qualifications in a relevant discipline (such as education, management or leadership)




    • Be registered with the TRBWA;




    • Be an Australian or New Zealand citizen or have permanent residency in Australia, or




    • Have a visa with relevant Australian work rights from the Department of Immigration and Border Protection;




    • Have a current Working with Children Check (WWC – Western Australia);




    • Have a National Police History Check (NPHC), including a Screening Clearance Number (SCN) prior to commencing employment.



     


    Preparing your application



    • Download the Candidate Information Pack




    • Provide a cover letter no longer than two pages




    • Demonstrate your specific experience with examples for each of the 6 responsibilities and accountabilities outlined in the Candidate Information Pack.




    • Your employment history with key achievements in each of your roles




    • Provide at least 4 referees of which at least two must be from your current employer, one being the Principal (or Board Chair as applicable)




    • A word limit total for your application will be limited to 3,500 words.


       



    Submitting your application


     


    Application must be received by 8.00 am Monday 22 July.  Please note that this is Western Australian time (AWST) which is GMT+8 hours. 


     


    You must submit your application online to marion.nelson@gegs.wa.edu.au        


     


     


     


     


    Marion Nelson
    marion.nelson@gegs.wa.edu.au
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    South Coast Baptist College is an independent co-educational school that serves families in the southern metropolitan regions of Perth and beyond by providing inspired, innovative and exemplary Christian education that is committed to empowering our students to reach their purpose.


     


    Please click here for: 


    Our statement of faith


     


    About the role: Canteen Supervisor


     


     


    South Coast Baptist College is looking for a canteen supervisor who will be responsible for managing the daily operations of the canteen. The main tasks include ensuring the provision of healthy and nutritious food and drinks to the students and staff, following the guidelines of Foodsafe WA. The supervisor will also handle the financial management and coordination of human resources to maintain an efficient canteen.


     


    Position Requirements:


    • Demonstrate leadership skills and the ability to work effectively within a team, while managing day-to-day operations of the Canteen.

    • Prioritize tasks, show initiative, and maintain a proactive and flexible approach to workloads.

    • Build positive relationships with students, staff, and the community, promoting morale and motivation.

    • Possess excellent customer service, money handling, and strong written and verbal communication skills.

    • Adhere to the food Traffic Light System, ensuring a healthy and appealing menu, while staying updated on WASCA guidelines and policies.

    • Food Safety Supervisors Training

    • Food Safe Food Handler Certificate

    • All about Allergens and Food Allergy Awareness training

    • Competent computer skills for online ordering, record keeping, emails, Spriggy Schools and Square payment system.

     


    Essential Criteria:


    • To have a personal faith and commitment to the Lord Jesus Christ.

    • To attend Church on a regular basis and model Christian beliefs, behaviour and practices.

    • To accept the College’s Statement of Faith.

    • Build co-operative and supportive relationships with the board, principal, staff, students and parents.

    • Work to ensure personal best practice.

    • Ensure that decision making is based on fact and is impartial and fair.

    • Model the use of appropriate and proper channels of communication.

    • Always act in the best interest of the College and its ethos.

    • Working With Children Card.

     


    Closing date of Applications: 31st May 2024


    *South Coast Baptist College reserves the right to fill this position prior to the closing date.


     


    When applying, please ensure you have the following documents with your application.


    • Covering letter


    • Resume 


    • Copy of: 


      • Working with Children Card


      • Relevant qualification certificates/academic transcripts


      • Visa / Residency Status / Passport


      • Driver’s licence


      • First Aid Certificate (if you have one)



    • Pastor/Christian Leader’s reference 


    Should you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact our HR team on (08) 9540 4406 or via email at HR@scbc.wa.edu.au


    Erwin Wijaya
    HR@scbc.wa.edu.au
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    Primary and Secondary College


    We are seeking dedicated and dynamic educators to join our community. As a relief teacher, you will play a vital role in supporting our College by filling in for regular teachers during their absence. These positions offer a flexible schedule and the opportunity to work in diverse learning environments across different grade levels. (Kindy – Year 12). We require relief teachers to strengthen an already strong team.


     


    Austin Cove Baptist College is a co-educational College in South Yunderup and currently has approximately 750 students from Kindergarten to Year 12. The College is situated in the Austin Lakes development just east of Mandurah and provides a high standard of education within a Christian context. 


     


    Employer


    The College is part of the Australian Baptist Education Inc., governed by the College Board. The College Board appoints the College Principal who is responsible for the leadership of the College. Teachers report directly to the Deputy Principal and ultimately the Principal of the Primary School.


     


    Terms and Conditions


    Independent Schools’ Teachers Award 1976. Level is dependent on experience.


     


    Selection Criteria


    Essential


    • Appropriate teaching qualifications and registration with TRBWA

    • Bachelor’s degree or Higher Diploma in Education or relevant field

    • Strong classroom management skills and the ability to adapt to different teaching styles and environments

    • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills

    Highly Desired Qualities


    • Be highly motivated and organised

    • Plan and deliver a comprehensive curriculum in line with the National Curriculum

    • Be able to encourage each student to reach their potential

    • Work well within a team

    • Have a commitment to pastoral care and extracurricular activities

    • Experience in managing and working with Education Assistants

     


    Application Process


    Applications for employment at Austin Cove Baptist College should include the following:


    • Covering letter

    • Application Form (www.acbc.wa.edu.au)

    • Curriculum Vitae/Resume

    • Copies of academic transcripts and qualifications (certified copies)

    • Proof of current registration with TRBWA

    • Working with Children check (WWCC), or proof of application

    • Contact details or two professional referees

     


    Please address all applications and correspondence to:


    Esmari Strbac


    estrbac@acbc.wa.edu.au


    Esmari Strbac
    estrbac@acbc.wa.edu.au
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    Relief Middle school /High School Teacher Youth at Risk - Pinjarra Campus






    Description


    Fairbridge College is a small independent school that specialises in working with students in years 7-12 (ages 12-18) who are either disengaged or at risk of disengaging from school.  The College provides appropriate educational pathways through intensive holistic support and a flexible learning environment.


    The Pinjarra Campus of Fairbridge College is currently looking for a Teacher to join our team as soon as possible.  The role is highly diverse and very hands-on and requires utmost flexibility, patience and understanding when dealing with students, staff and parents.    


    The successful candidate will have:


    • proven capacity to teach literacy and/or numeracy to students who are academically several years behind their peers.

    • proven experience teaching young people who are either disengaged or at risk of disengaging from school.

    • proven experience utilising trauma-informed practice and techniques.

    • the ability to be very flexible in the management and/or delivery of support to students.

    • current registration with TRBWA (or eligibility to be).

    Candidates will be highly regarded if they have:


    • additional training/qualifications/experience related to working with students that have specific learning disabilities and/or communication disorders (e.g. dyslexia or dysgraphia).

    • capacity to teach across multiple content areas (i.e. Primary/Middle Years model)

    • training in the Berry Street Education Model.

    • Cert IV TAE and can deliver Certificate I in Leadership.

    • LR/MR (bus) License.

     


    Fairbridge College is a child safe employer and is committed to the welfare of children and their protection. All potential employees and volunteers will be required to comply with the College's Child Safe Policy and Code of Conduct. Applicants will be required to undergo a National Police Clearance and a Working with Children’s Check in accordance with this policy.


    Applications will be reviewed and interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis.


    Your application must include:


    • a covering letter highlighting the selection criteria

    • an up to date Curriculum Vitae

    • the names and contact details of three referees




    Type

    Jobs @ Independent Schools



    Closing Date

    20 May 2024 18:00



    Contact Person

    Jen Newlands




    Phone




    School

    Fairbridge Western Australia Inc




    Jennifer Newlands
    jennifer.newlands@fairbridge.asn.au
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    South Coast Baptist College is an independent co-educational school that serves families in the southern metropolitan regions of Perth and beyond by providing inspired, innovative and exemplary Christian education that is committed to empowering our students to reach their purpose.


     


    Please click here for:


    Our statement of faith


     


    About the role: Gymsport Coach


     


     


    We are in search of a committed and skilled individual to join our Gymnastics academy as a Gymsport Coach. The chosen candidate will play a pivotal role in conducting top-tier coaching sessions, setting a positive example, and motivating athletes to excel in their development and performance. Fostering a supportive and cooperative team atmosphere is paramount, along with the ability to assess athletes' progress and adapt coaching methods accordingly.


     


    The perfect candidate will actively engage in ongoing professional development activities and meetings to stay abreast of the latest coaching methodologies and techniques. Collaborating effectively within a team is essential, as is demonstrating strong organizational and administrative proficiencies. Furthermore, aiding in the expansion and visibility of our gymnastics academy within the college and broader community is a key component of this position.


     


    If you meet the requisite qualifications and harbor a deep passion for gymnastics, we encourage you to submit your application for this role.


     


    Position Requirements:


     


    • Agreement with the College's Statement of Faith.

    • Experience in Gymsports environments.

    • Gymsports coaching qualifications or willingness to obtain them.

    • Establishment of cooperative and supportive relationships with staff, students, and parents.

    • Commitment to personal best practice.

    • Decision-making based on factual information and impartiality.

    • Adherence to appropriate channels of communication.

    • Alignment of actions with the best interests of the College and its ethos.

    • Possession of a current Working with Children Check (WWCC).

    • Contribution to a safe and healthy workplace by following WH&S instructions and policies, reporting accidents and hazards, and ensuring the safety of oneself and others.
       

     


    Essential Criteria:


     


    • To accept the College’s Statement of Faith.

    • Build co-operative and supportive relationships with the board, principal, staff, students and parents.

    • Work to ensure personal best practice.

    • Ensure that decision making is based on fact and is impartial and fair.

    • Model the use of appropriate and proper channels of communication.

    • Always act in the best interest of the College and its ethos.

    • Adhering to all policies and procedures outlined by SCBC.

    • First Aid certificate.

    • Working With Children Card.

     


    Closing date of Applications: Open Position


    *South Coast Baptist College reserves the right to fill this position prior to the closing date.


     


    How to Apply:


    To be considered for this role, all candidates must complete an online application through our College websites recruitment page: Click Here


     


    When applying, please ensure you have the following documents with your application.


    • Covering letter

    • Resume 

    • Copy of:
      • Working with Children Card

      • Relevant qualification certificates/academic transcripts

      • Visa / Residency Status / Passport

      • Driver’s licence

      • First Aid Certificate (if you have one)


    • Pastor/Christian Leader’s reference

     


    Should you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact our HR team on (08) 9540 4406 or via email at HR@scbc.wa.edu.au


    Erwin Wijaya
    HR@scbc.wa.edu.au
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    South Coast Baptist College is an independent co-educational school that serves families in the southern metropolitan regions of Perth and beyond by providing inspired, innovative and exemplary Christian education that is committed to empowering our students to reach their purpose.


     


    Please click here for:


    Our statement of faith


     


     


    About the role: Relief Education Assistant


     


    • Employment Type: Expression of Interest Pool, Contracts may vary.

     


    We're looking for committed and energetic Education Assistants to become part of our Relief - Expression of Interest Pool.


    As an Education Assistant, you'll be crucial in backing up our college by stepping in for regular Education Assistants when they're away. These roles provide a flexible timetable and the chance to work in varied educational settings across various grade levels (Kindergarten - Year 12).


     


    Position Requirements:


    • A passion for education and a desire to make a difference.

    • Appropriate qualifications as an Educational Assistant (Certificate 3 minimum).

    • Superhuman collaboration skills - you'll be working side by side with our amazing teaching team!

    • A heart of gold and a commitment to Christian values. 

    • Dedication to creating a safe and supportive learning environment where every student can thrive.
       

     


    Essential Criteria:


    • To have a personal faith and commitment to the Lord Jesus Christ.

    • To actively be a part of a Church or Christian community and exemplify Christian beliefs, behaviour, and practices.

    • To accept the College’s Statement of Faith.

    • Build co-operative and supportive relationships with the board, principal, staff, students and parents.

    • Work to ensure personal best practice.

    • Ensure that decision making is based on fact and is impartial and fair.

    • Model the use of appropriate and proper channels of communication.

    • Always act in the best interest of the College and its ethos.

    • Adhering to all policies and procedures outlined by SCBC.

    • First Aid certificate is desirable.

    • Working With Children Card.

     


    Essential Information about this position:


    • This position is part of our Relief Pool, which means that applications will be stored for a period of six months. If you wish to be included after this time, you would need to reconfirm your application with the HR Team.

    • While being part of the Relief Teacher - Expression of Interest Pool does not guarantee a teaching position, applicants will be considered when relief teachers are required.

    • Relief teaching positions may vary in duration and frequency depending on the needs of the college.

    • Suitable candidates will be notified when relief teaching opportunities arise and will have the option to accept or decline interviews/positions based on their availability.

     


    Closing date of Applications: Open Position


    *South Coast Baptist College reserves the right to fill this position prior to the closing date.


     


    When applying, please ensure you have the following documents with your application.


    • Covering letter

    • Resume 

    • Copy of:
      • Working with Children Card

      • Relevant qualification certificates/academic transcripts

      • Visa / Residency Status / Passport

      • Driver’s licence

      • First Aid Certificate (if you have one)


    • Pastor/Christian Leader’s reference

     


    Should you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact our HR team on (08) 9540 4406 or via email at HR@scbc.wa.edu.au


    Erwin Wijaya
    HR@scbc.wa.edu.au
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    South Coast Baptist College is an independent co-educational school that serves families in the southern metropolitan regions of Perth and beyond by providing inspired, innovative and exemplary Christian education that is committed to empowering our students to reach their purpose.


     


    Please click here for:


    Our statement of faith


     


    About the role: Relief Teacher 


     


    • Employment Type: Expression of Interest Pool, Contracts may vary.

     


    We are seeking dedicated and dynamic educators to join our Relief Teacher - Expression of Interest Pool.


    As a relief teacher, you will play a vital role in supporting our college by filling in for regular teachers during their absence. These positions offer a flexible schedule and the opportunity to work in diverse learning environments across different grade levels (Kindy - Year 12).


     


    Position Requirements:


    • Bachelor's degree in Education or relevant field.

    • TRBWA Registration. 

    • Previous experience working with students in an educational setting.

    • Strong classroom management skills and the ability to adapt to different teaching styles and environments.

    • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

     


    Essential Criteria:


    • To have a personal faith and commitment to the Lord Jesus Christ.

    • To actively be a part of a Church or Christian community and exemplify Christian beliefs, behaviour, and practices.

    • To accept the College’s Statement of Faith.

    • Build co-operative and supportive relationships with the board, principal, staff, students and parents.

    • Work to ensure personal best practice.

    • Ensure that decision making is based on fact and is impartial and fair.

    • Model the use of appropriate and proper channels of communication.

    • Always act in the best interest of the College and its ethos.

    • Adhering to all policies and procedures outlined by SCBC.

    • First Aid certificate is desirable.

    • Working With Children Card.

     


    Essential Information about this position:


    • This position is part of our Relief Pool, which means that applications will be stored for a period of six months. If you wish to be included after this time, you would need to reconfirm your application with the HR Team.

    • While being part of the Relief Teacher - Expression of Interest Pool does not guarantee a teaching position, applicants will be considered when relief teachers are required.

    • Relief teaching positions may vary in duration and frequency depending on the needs of the college.

    • Suitable candidates will be notified when relief teaching opportunities arise and will have the option to accept or decline interviews/positions based on their availability.

     


    Closing date of Applications: Open Position


    *South Coast Baptist College reserves the right to fill this position prior to the closing date.


     


    When applying, please ensure you have the following documents with your application.


    • Covering letter

    • Resume 

    • Copy of:
      • Working with Children Card

      • Relevant qualification certificates/academic transcripts

      • Visa / Residency Status / Passport

      • Driver’s licence

      • First Aid Certificate (if you have one)


    • Pastor/Christian Leader’s reference

     


    Should you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact our HR team on (08) 9540 4406 or via email at HR@scbc.wa.edu.au


    Erwin Wijaya
    HR@scbc.wa.edu.au
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    Living Waters Lutheran College is a K-12 Coeducational school located in Warnbro with approximately 770 students.


    Lutheran schools are important providers of Christian education, located in every state and territory apart from ACT.  Together our schools comprise Lutheran Education Australia. 


    The quality of a child’s education plays a pivotal role in shaping their future. Living Waters is committed to educational excellence in a child safe and nurturing environment. All employees must be likewise committed.


    Our purpose is to nurture, challenge and inspire achievement, so that we make a difference within our College and the wider community.


    RELIEF TEACHERS


    PRIMARY & SECONDARY 


    “Nurture, Challenge, Inspire”


    We are looking for professional, passionate, and collaborative Secondary and Primary teachers to join our relief staff pool. 


    Relief staff at Living Waters: 


    • Are appreciated by our positive team of teachers and support staff, 


    • welcomed by our amazing K-12 students, and


    • have an opportunity to make a difference in a nurturing environment.


    To be accepted into our relief teaching pool you must:


    • Be registered with TRBWA, and 


    • hold a current Western Australian Working With Children Check.


    • Be able to support the Christian ethos and the Child Safe Policies of the College.  


    Please submit your application including: 


    • Cover Letter, 


    • copy of your CV, and 


    • contact details for three referees (2 professional and 1 personal).


    Forward to our Daily Organiser, Miss Ella Sweetapple, via email, esweetapple@livingwaters.wa.edu.au or for further information telephone Ella on 9593 9562.


    The right to live and work in Australia is compulsory.  


    Living Waters is an equal opportunity employer.


    Ella Sweetapple - Daily Organiser
    esweetapple@livingwaters.wa.edu.au
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    South Coast Baptist College is an independent co-educational school that serves families in the southern metropolitan regions of Perth and beyond by providing inspired, innovative and exemplary Christian education that is committed to empowering our students to reach their purpose.


     


    Please click here for:


    Our statement of faith


     


    About the role: Pre-Kindy Teacher


     


     


    As a Pre-Kindy Teacher at South Coast Baptist College's Childcare Centre, you will play a crucial role in fostering a child-centred educational program aligned with our beliefs and philosophy, specifically grounded in the Reggio Emilia approach. We are seeking an individual who is passionate about early childhood education, values strong relationships with children and families, and aligns with our Christian ethos.


     


    Position Requirements:


    • ACECQA Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care.

    • Progress towards a Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood & Care, 0-8).

    • Previous childcare service experience.

    • Familiarity with National Quality Framework and Reggio Emilia approach.

    • Create a safe, inclusive environment and knowledge of child protection principles.

    • Strong verbal and written communication skills; model appropriate behaviour.

    • Leadership skills, positive teamwork, and contribution to a reflective work culture.

    • Plan, implement, and evaluate programs aligned with Reggio Emilia and EYLF; willingness for ongoing professional development.

     


    Essential Criteria:


    • To have a personal faith and commitment to the Lord Jesus Christ.

    • To actively be a part of a Church or Christian community and exemplify Christian beliefs, behaviour, and practices.

    • To accept the College’s Statement of Faith.

    • Build co-operative and supportive relationships with the board, principal, staff, students and parents.

    • Work to ensure personal best practice.

    • Ensure that decision making is based on fact and is impartial and fair.

    • Model the use of appropriate and proper channels of communication.

    • Always act in the best interest of the College and its ethos.

    • Adhering to all policies and procedures outlined by SCBC.

    • First Aid certificate is desirable.

    • Working With Children Card.

     


    Application Deadline: Please see the application page for the closing date. 


    *South Coast Baptist College reserves the right to fill this position prior to the closing date.


     


    How to Apply:


    To be considered for this role, all candidates must complete an online application through our College websites recruitment page: Click Here


     


    When applying, please ensure you have the following documents with your application.


    • Covering letter

    • Resume 

    • Copy of:
      • Working with Children Card

      • Relevant qualification certificates/academic transcripts

      • Visa / Residency Status / Passport

      • Driver’s licence

      • First Aid Certificate (if you have one)


    • Pastor/Christian Leader’s reference

     


    Should you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact our HR team on (08) 9540 4406 or via email at HR@scbc.wa.edu.au


    Erwin Wijaya
    HR@scbc.wa.edu.au
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    South Coast Baptist College is an independent co-educational school that serves families in the southern metropolitan regions of Perth and beyond by providing inspired, innovative and exemplary Christian education that is committed to empowering our students to reach their purpose.


    South Coast Baptist College is an independent co-educational school that serves families in the southern metropolitan regions of Perth and beyond by providing inspired, innovative and exemplary Christian education that is committed to empowering our students to reach their purpose.


     


    Please click here for:


    Our statement of faith


     


     


    About the role: Childcare Educator - Certificate IV in OSHC


     


     


    Are you passionate about making a difference in the lives of children? Do you thrive in a nurturing, faith-based environment? South Coast Baptist College's Childcare Centre is looking for a dedicated Certificate IV in OSHC Qualified Childcare Educator to join our vibrant team!


     


    As a Certificate IV in OSHC Qualified Childcare Educator at South Coast Baptist College, you will:


    • Provide education and care consistent with South Coast Baptist College's beliefs and values.

    • Maintain a safe and inclusive environment for children, families, and team members.

    • Assist in delivering high-quality education programs and practices.

    • Develop strong, supportive connections with children and their families.

    • Work effectively with colleagues to achieve the highest standard of care and education.

    • Actively contribute to a culture of reflective practice and ongoing improvement.

     


    Position Requirements:


    • Approved ACECQA Certificate IV in OSHC or equivalent, First Aid qualification, and Child Protection certification.

    • Demonstrated experience in an approved education and care service.

    • Understanding of National Quality Standards, Early Years Learning Framework, and the Reggio Emilia Approach.

    • Strong leadership abilities, proficient computer skills, and effective communication skills.

     


    Essential Criteria:


    • To have a personal faith and commitment to the Lord Jesus Christ.

    • To actively be a part of a Church or Christian community and exemplify Christian beliefs, behaviour, and practices.

    • To accept the College’s Statement of Faith.

    • Build co-operative and supportive relationships with the board, principal, staff, students and parents.

    • Work to ensure personal best practice.

    • Ensure that decision making is based on fact and is impartial and fair.

    • Model the use of appropriate and proper channels of communication.

    • Always act in the best interest of the College and its ethos.

    • Adhering to all policies and procedures outlined by SCBC.

    • HLTAID012 Provide First Aid in an education and care setting.

    • Working With Children Card.

     


    Application Deadline: Please see the application page for the closing date. 


    *South Coast Baptist College reserves the right to fill this position prior to the closing date.


     


    How to Apply:


    To be considered for this role, all candidates must complete an online application through our College websites recruitment page: Click Here


     


    When applying, please ensure you have the following documents with your application.


    • Covering letter

    • Resume 

    • Department of Education - Nationally Coordinated Criminal History Check

    • Copy of: 
      • Working with Children Card

      • Relevant qualification certificates/academic transcripts

      • Visa / Residency Status / Passport

      • Driver’s licence

      • First Aid Certificate (if you have one)


    • Pastor/Christian Leader’s reference 

     


    Should you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact our HR team on (08) 9540 4406 or via email at HR@scbc.wa.edu.au


    Erwin Wijaya
    HR@scbc.wa.edu.au
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    Treetops is a small, caring educational community, located in the Perth Hills. Due to growth in student numbers throughout the school, we are now seeking an enthusiastic Senior Secondary teacher. This position can potentially be full- time. This role will commence in Term 4 2024. We are looking for a Senior School specialist in English, History or Psychology – who has experience or the capacity and willingness to teach WACE General courses, International Baccalaureate subjects – or a mixture of these.


     


    Treetops places great value on educating the individual within a child-centred setting.


     


    The School utilises the Western Australian Curriculum for Years 7 to 10, and year 11-12 WACE General courses. We also teach the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme. The applicant will be hardworking and detail-oriented, with excellent knowledge of the subject material and a sound understanding of the Western Australian curriculum. The applicant must be available to start from Term 4, 2024.


     


    This is a unique opportunity to be a part of one of Perth’s well-established innovative learning communities.


     


    Helen Underwood
    hrbusiness@treetops.wa.edu.au
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    Fairbridge College is a small independent school that specialises in working with students in years 7-12 (ages 12-18) who are either disengaged or at risk of disengaging from school.  College provides appropriate educational pathways through intensive holistic support and a flexible learning environment.


    We are currently looking for an Education Assistant or Youth Worker to join our team at our Kalgoorlie Campus. The main responsibilities for this position are:


    • Provide adequate level of support that will allow students to begin to re-engage with learning generally and in a nurturing manner.

    • Assist with maintaining order in the classroom/work environment by working with students with behavioural problems or working with counsellors already engaged with students.

    • Practice trauma informed strategies and techniques for working with youth-at-risk (i.e. Berry Street Education Model)

    The ideal candidate will have:


    • Relevant qualification in youth work or student support.

    • Relevant experience or a strong desire to be working with young people who are either disengaged or youth at risk of disengaging from school.

    • Capacity to be very flexible in the management and/or delivery of support to students.

    • LR/MR Drivers License.

    Fairbrdge College is a child safe employer and is committed to the welfare of children and their protection. All potential employees and volunteers will be required to comply with the College's Child Safe Policy and Code of Conduct. Applicants will be required to undergo police and Working with Children’s Checks in accordance with this policy.Applications will be reviewed and interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis until a successful candidate is found.   The position will commence as soon as possible.Your application must include:


    • a covering letter highlighting the selection criteria

    • an up to date Curriculum Vitae

    • the names and contact details of three referees

    Kim Tantrum
    careers@fairbridge.wa.edu.au
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    Swan Christian Education Association (SCEA) has a number of vacancies available at our schools due to unprecedented growth. If you want to make a difference in the lives of young people and work for a dynamic education institution, we want to hear from you!


    SCEA is proud to be an employer that maintains high standards with regards to child protection. All candidates for roles at SCEA are subject to screening and assessment against child safety standards as part of our thorough recruitment process.


    Please view our current vacancies and apply online at:  www.scea.wa.edu.au/working-with-us/


    SCEA Human Resources
    hr@scea.wa.edu.au
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    Established in 1977, the Beehive Montessori School is a well- established and recognised Montessori School situated in modern, purpose-designed premises beside the sea in Mosman Park, Western Australia. The Beehive Montessori School educates over 200 students aged from 3 years to 15 years, and also runs a playgroup for children aged 18 months to 3 years.

    The Beehive Montessori School is inviting applications from experienced psychologists for a part time (0.4) position beginning Term 3, 2024. This is a position for an engaged and motivated psychologist interested in the Montessori methodology and with an interest in developing the role of mental health support within our school.


    Our Mission


    Nurturing independence so our children can find their place in, and contribute to, a better world.


    Our Vision


    To provide excellence in Montessori Education


    Our Values


    Respect        Compassion       Curiosity       Responsibility          Individuality


    ABOUT THE ROLE 


    The Beehive Montessori School is inviting applications from experienced psychologists for a part time (0.4) position beginning Term 3, 2024. This is a position for an engaged and motivated psychologist interested in the Montessori methodology and with an interest in further developing the role of mental health support within our school.


    KEY SELECTION CRITERIA


    1. Demonstrated ability to provide professional support for students, teachers and families. This includes direct counselling for students with a range of common mental health needs, applying sound theoretical knowledge and practical expertise.


    2. Demonstrated understanding of the development of individual education, behaviour and mental health plans for students.


    3. Highly developed communication, networking and interpersonal skills including the ability to liaise effectively with a range of people within the educational community and beyond


    4. Commitment to professional learning including the provision of professional learning for staff.


    5. Experience and qualifications in Art, Play or Music Therapy highly regarded.


    WHO MAY APPLY:


    Applicants must;


    • have demonstrated direct counselling experience working with children and young adults


    • have a current Working With Children Check and current national police clearance


    • hold full registration as a Psychologist with the Psychology Board of Australia. 


    • be an Australian Citizen or permanent resident


    HOW TO APPLY


    To apply please send a cover letter addressing the Key Selection Criteria, a Curriculum Vitae including 2 referees and a copy of your Working with Children Check and a current National Police Clearance to principal@beehive.wa.edu.au


    Applications close: 4.00pm Friday 9th August, 2024


    Applications will be reviewed as they are received, so early applications are encouraged.


    Further information can be found on our website here.


     


     


     


    Principal
    principal@beehive.wa.edu.au