Teaching Agency Melbourne, Casual Relief Teaching, Teaching Jobs


Teaching Agency Melbourne, Casual Relief Teaching,  Teaching Jobs, Free Online Teaching Resources, Teaching Career Professional Development, Secondary & Primary Teacher Job Application, How To Get a Teaching Job, How to Write a Teacher Job Application Cover Letter, Overseas Teachers, Jobs in Australia



Since teaching is the largest industry in Australia, there is a range of teaching availability.  Classroom positions are normally quite simple to find advertised through a range of newspapers and online resources.  Classroom teaching jobs are the most common category of early childhood, primary and secondary.  The demand for teachers is always quite high whether you are looking for permanent, full time, part time, casual or temporary positions.

After completing your four year Bachelor of Education, Education degree or postgraduate Diploma in Education, most new University graduates become classroom teachers.  These qualifications will enable you to move around and find positions in many different environments such as rural and remote areas of your state, and also interstate or overseas.  Furthermore there are also opportunities of taking on leadership positions or teaching roles outside the classroom.

At present the most demanded positions are for Maths, Special Education, Physical Education, Physics, Technology Studies, Music, Lote (Languages other than English) and Information Technology.  There is always a demand for teachers in core curriculum such as English, Humanities and Science for Secondary and General Primary Teachers.

Successfully obtaining a teaching appointment depends on a variety of factors: experience, teaching methodology, fluency in a foreign language, an   awareness of the community’s cultural factors, and any additional qualifications and skills that you can bring into the educational environment to foster and encourage a respectful learning atmosphere.

Many teachers commence their career by being pro active and sending out resumes and contacting school management expressing an interest for Emergency Teacher / CRT (Casual Relief Teacher) employment. Networking skills and conducting teaching duties to the utmost professional level establishes a worthy reputation, leading to longer contracts and eventually ongoing employment status.

Overseas trained teachers also have the opportunity to work in Australia.

Emergency Teachers Australia Pty Ltd (ETA) owners of www.emergencyteachers.com.au provide teachers with an online staff profile where employers contact CRT Staff directly online, therefore not paying up to 30% commission from the teacher’s daily wage. ETA also forwards staff details to 3,500 schools in accordance to teacher preference. Principals and daily organizers receive CRT staff contact list on their laptops every Monday morning!

Contact your state’s education authorities for the latest teaching vacancies and professional accreditation requirements. Refer to our website's Free Resources & Information list of links for further details.


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