The Leadership Development Program pushes participants’ boundaries and tests resilience, problem solving and organisational and planning ability like no other. Throughout the selection process, candidates are rigorously assessed against eight competencies.
Teach For Australia Associates don’t start out as teachers – in fact, they come from all academic disciplines and a variety of backgrounds. Teaching may or may not be something that you have previously considered. We look for well-rounded and passionate individuals who have the qualities to create change, inside the classroom and beyond.
We assess candidates using a three stage process.
The opportunity to demonstrate your past experience and why you want to participate in the Leadership Development Program. You will need your University transcripts and an up to date CV. We also recommend chatting with one of our Recruitment Managers before pressing submit.
Stage two is completed over the phone and is the chance for us to get to know your motivations further and understand what you could bring as an Associate in Cohort 2019.
A Selection Day is a full day assessment centre, comprising of a number of activities. We assess your ability, skills and experiences many times, in numerous ways to ensure we have the right people heading into the classroom in January.
Your experience of a Selection Day will depend on where you are based. If you are based outside of the cities where we conduct our Selection Days, you will be invited to complete the Selection Day interview, virtually, first. Using the evidence gathered in the previous two stages along with your virtual interview responses, we will then decide whether to bring you through to complete further activities in person at a Selection Day. If interstate travel is required Teach For Australia will cover the costs.
We run Selection Days from May through to September and would encourage you to submit your application as soon as you are ready to secure the most convenient date and the chance to participate in Cohort 2019.
Through the selection process, candidates are assessed against eight competencies based on evidence of effectiveness in the classroom.
We recognise that these competencies can be developed through a range of experiences and all applications are looked at holistically. We harness different perspectives, experiences and talents in order to continually learn and best serve our culturally diverse school communities.
We are committed to ensuring that all applicants are treated fairly and with respect, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, age, race, religion or ability. We are happy to discuss reasonable adjustments to the recruitment process to accommodate your particular circumstances.