Casual relief teaching

Casual relief teaching

Casual relief teachers play an important role in schools, teaching students when their regular teacher is unavailable.

Casual relief teaching refers to casual teaching work in a public school for less than 20 consecutive days. Individual schools are responsible for the employment of relief teachers as and when required.

If you are interested in relief teaching, please read the information below and submit your online expression of interest.

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To teach in a Western Australian public school, including relief teaching, you must have a recognised tertiary teaching degree. Check the eligibility criteria to ensure you meet the requirements to teach in a Western Australian public school. All staff must have a Screening Clearance Number prior to starting work. 

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Consider where you would like to work. You can find out more about individual schools by visiting Schools Online.

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Many schools coordinate their own casual teachers. Check with your local school about their preferred options and whether you can provide them with a copy of your resume.

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Complete our online expression of interest form. You will be asked information about your eligibility to work as a relief teacher and where you would like to work.

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If you don’t already have a Working With Children Check (Western Australian) card you must apply within five days of starting relief teaching.

The school will submit a commencement form and generate your employee identification number (known as your E number or ID) when you start work.

Visit Schools Online to find school contact details.

 

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