Careers

Our office is located in Melbourne’s CBD, with teams based across the country. We’re a passionate, professional and ambitious team, working together to close the education gap.

About us

  • Located in the midst of the action on Flinders Lane in Melbourne’s CBD, with teams based across the country.
  • A dynamic and growing not-for-profit organisation.
  • Passionate, professional and ambitious team, working together to close the education gap.
  • Flexible and inclusive workplace culture with a focus on work/life balance.

There is a three year achievement gap between Australia’s best and worst performing school students. Worse, this gap is largely defined by socioeconomic, geographic and ethnic lines. Teach For Australia’s vision is of an Australia, where all children, regardless of background, attain an excellent education.

We work towards this vision by recruiting highly competent individuals from diverse academic backgrounds and training and developing them to become exceptional teachers and inspirational leaders that meet the needs of schools in low socioeconomic communities and the broader education system.

The Australian Government Department of Education is a major supporter of the Teach For Australia initiative.

Teach For Australia is an equal opportunity employer 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 candidates must have the right to work in Australia. 

Current vacancies

IT & Business Systems Officer

Employment type: Part time (0.6 FTE)

Location: Melbourne

About the position

To support, maintain and improve Teach For Australia’s IT & Business Systems, ensuring that all end users are equipped and empowered to effectively use technology to perform their roles. While based in Melbourne, this role provides national IT and business systems support to our people located around Australia. Read the full job description here.

How to apply

  1. Apply here, by 11:59pm on Sunday 29 September 2019, and
  2. Email your CV to jobs@teachforaustralia.org, with the subject line ‘Application: IT & Business Systems Officer” (ensure your CV is clearly labelled with your full name.)

Enquiries can be directed to jobs@teachforaustralia.org.

Recruitment Team Manager / Talent Acquisition Manager

Employment type: Full time

Location: Melbourne

About the position

This role leads our team of talent acquisition consultants, in executing a recruitment campaign that attracts and compels high potential candidates to join Teach For Australia’s Leadership Development Program. Read the full job description here.

How to apply

  1. Apply here, by 11:59pm on Sunday 6 October 2019, and
  2. Email your CV to jen.williams@teachforaustralia.org, with the subject line ‘Application: Recruitment Team Manager” (ensure your CV is clearly labelled with your full name.)

Enquiries can be directed to jen.williams@teachforaustralia.org.

Talent Acquisition Consultant / Campus Recruiter

Employment type: Full time

Location: Melbourne, but open to other locations around Australia in which TFA operates.

About the position

To source, compel and support talented and diverse individuals to apply to Teach For Australia’s Leadership Development Program. Read the full job description here.

How to apply

  1. Apply here, by 11:59pm on Sunday 6 October 2019, and
  2. Email your CV to jen.williams@teachforaustralia.org, with the subject line ‘Application: Talent Acquisition Consultant” (ensure your CV is clearly labelled with your full name.)

Enquiries can be directed to jen.williams@teachforaustralia.org.

Associate, Teach For Australia’s Leadership Development Program

Employment type: Full time

About the position

We believe that to achieve systemic change, inspirational leaders are needed in schools, communities, business and government. Through the Leadership Development Program, we recruit outstanding individuals with academic expertise as well as a range of skills and experience to become ‘Associates’ who commit to teach in an educationally disadvantaged school for at least two years.

By the end of the program, you will have earned a nationally accredited Master of Teaching (Secondary) (Professional Practice) degree on scholarship, all the while earning a full salary and benefits for the duration of the program. Learn more about the program here.

How to apply

Applications for Cohort 2020 are now closed. Applications for Cohort 2021 will reopen in early 2020.