Teaching and Leadership Adviser

  • Teach For Australia
  • Perth WA, Australia
  • 09/07/2019
Contract Education & Training

Job Description

About the Position

As a Teaching and Leadership Adviser, you play the integral role of supporting and coaching Teach For Australia Associates to develop the leadership potential in the classroom, school and beyond. You will apply rigorous coaching techniques that challenge, guide and develop Associates to become effective teachers, leaders and lifelong change agents committed to addressing educational disadvantage.

Please note that the successful candidate will be required to travel within the Perth metropolitan region as part of the role.

About the Team

In support of the organisation’s growth and impact priorities, the team leads the delivery and implementation of the Leadership Development Program (LDP) in each partner State and Territory.

About You

  • A recognised teaching qualification
  • At least 4 years of teaching experience
  • Exceptional coaching skills
  • Strong stakeholder management skills – able to develop and enhance meaningful partnerships with school leaders and the broader community.
  • Able to work independently, and have exceptional time management and planning skills.

How to Apply

For an opportunity to take your place in this life-changing organisation:

  1.  Apply here, by 11:59pm on Sunday 28 July 2019 and
  2. Email your CV to jobs@teachforaustralia.org, with the subject line ‘Application: Teaching and Leadership Adviser” (ensure your CV is clearly labelled with your full name.)


Teach For Australia values diversity, and encourages applicants of all backgrounds to apply. We are committed to creating an inclusive environment that values and celebrates the diversity of its people. We encourage talented people from all backgrounds, abilities and identities to apply for our roles.

Please note that you must have the appropriate right to work in Australia in order to be eligible for this role.

For more information about Teach For Australia and its impact on educational disadvantage, please visit https://www.teachforaustralia.org/.