Information session - UK, Ireland, Canada and South Africa secondary teachers
With over 800 public schools in locations across our state, we offer endless opportunities to live and teach in Western Australia.
Before starting, all teachers in public schools must:
If you are an early childhood, primary, specialist or secondary teacher and you have working rights, you can work in casual and temporary (contract) positions in WA public schools. These working rights may be:
Check the conditions attached to your visa, as there may be restrictions on the number of hours you work, or how long you are able to be employed. For example, working holiday visa holders can generally work at each school for 6 months only. To check visa conditions, visit the Department of Home Affairs.
We are currently offering visa sponsorship to secondary teachers with 2 or more years’ experience, who are from United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada and South Africa, when appointed to a regional public school. These are temporary visas of up to 4 years, which can lead to permanent sponsorship.
To be considered for sponsorship, secondary teachers can apply to the international teacher pool.
Early childhood, primary, and specialist teachers can apply for a range of visas through the Department of Home Affairs.
Live and teach in WA
Our public schools are located across eight education regions and offer endless opportunities to live and teach in Western Australia.
Qualified secondary teachers – UK, Ireland, Canada and South Africa
Relocation support and visa sponsorship options are available for secondary teachers who are citizens of these countries to teach in regional WA public schools.
Speak to someone from our team and discover the amazing opportunities for you in public education. Call us on (08) 9264 4412 or email TeachinWA@education.wa.edu.au