Employment Opportunities

All Networks

The links in this section will take you to some of the government and non-government employers of teachers in Australia.

Government School Sector

The Department of Education - WA

Department of Education, DoE provides a quality lifelong learning environment to ensure an educated and skilled future for all Western Australians.

Department of Education and Training - NSW



Jobs@DET - Online application for Department of Education and Training and TAFE jobs.

Department of Education and Training - QLD

The Department of Education and Trainings purpose is to engage Queenslanders in life long education and training and to build a strong arts and cultural.

Department of Education and Training - ACT

Directory of schools, services and programs, publications and resources, and employment.

Department of Education and Training – Northern Territory

Careers, schools directory, parent and student information, and management, policies and publications.

Non- Government Sector

Association of Independent Schools of Western Australia (AISWA)

The AISWA is the peak body representing Independent Schools in Western Australia.

Association of Independent Schools of NSW (AISNSW)

The AISNSW is the peak representative body for independent schools in New South Wales.

Association of Independent Schools Victoria

Welcome to our gateway to information about independent schools in Victoria serving more than 100000 students.

Independent Schools Queensland


The Association of Independent Schools of South Australia (AISSA)

The AISSA is recognised as the peak body for the Independent school sector in South Australia.

Association of Independent Schools of the ACT (AISACT)

The AISACT represents all seventeen independent schools in the ACT.

Association of Independent Schools of Tasmania (AIST)

The AIST is an association of non-government schools.

Association of Independent Schools of the Northern Territory (AISNT)


Catholic Education Office WA

The Catholic education system in Western Australia provides a dynamic, student centred approach to education for approximately 67,000 young people in 158 schools and colleges across the State of Western Australia. With a focus on the development of the whole person (i.e intellectual, spiritual, social, physical and emotional development), Catholic Education sets itself apart as the State’s second largest education sector.
We in Catholic Education seek to create environments that enhance learning, nurture young people and empower them to live the Catholic faith in the spirit of Jesus Christ by:

  • Developing a hunger for the learning adventure
  • Challenging each other to seek truth and justice for all, especially the most vulnerable
  • Capturing the joy in the mystery of the created Universe
  • Embracing the diversity of the Earth and all its people
  • Walking together in a spirit of reconciliation and forgiveness

Catholic Education Office Sydney

The Catholic Education Office, Sydney is responsible for the leadership, efficient operation and management of the systemic schools which educate almost 63,000 students in 147 parish primary and regional secondary schools in the Archdiocese of Sydney.