Head of Senior School

We are seeking an exceptional leader to lead the next phase of development strategically and collaboratively for the College's Senior School. The successful candidate will be a values-driven, relational leader committed to ensuring students are equipped with the crucial knowledge, transferable skills and enduring dispositions to become empathetic people, effective learners and thriving citizens.

The Head of Senior School is responsible for the day-to-day operation and tone of the Senior School including student academic progress and wellbeing.

In conjunction with the Deputy Principal and Principal and working alongside the Head of the Junior School and Director of Learning Innovation, the Head of Senior School, is a key person for advancing culture and effectiveness. The Head of Senior School supports the Strategic Plan as well as encourages commitment, academic excellence and fosters student and staff wellbeing.

Commencing in January 2022, this opportunity to join a high performing staff team is ideally suited to a contemporary and experienced educational leader with a commitment to delivering evidence-informed secondary learning and wellbeing in Years 7-12.

Please open the attached for the full job description.

Full-time - with a 0.2 teaching load.

Applications close: 9am - Monday 16th August 2021.

HASS Teacher

Fixed Term - Full-time position to cover Parental Leave

Commencing midway through Term 3 for the remainder of 2021.

Please open the attached to read the full details.

Woodwork and Construction Technologies Educator

We are seeking expressions of interest for a Woodwork and Construction Technologies educator,

to work with our Technologies Teaching Team, please open the attached to read the full details.

Relief Teachers

If you would like to added to our casual pool for relief work at Tranby College, please open the attached for the full details and email your resume along with a cover letter.

At Tranby College we understand that our staff are what really make the difference to the experience of our students and the quality of their education.

Our workplace and College campus, nestled within the Settlers Hills Estate in Baldivis, enjoys an attractive green aesthetic with excellent facilities. The College is an accessible and inclusive community in which student learning and wellbeing are paramount. All members of the College are committed to providing a holistic, rigorous and global curriculum that seeks to create independent learners, balanced with the tolerance and respect valued as a Uniting Church community.

The values that guide our practices are:

Personal mastery: Encouraging, challenging and supporting ourselves to be the best we can be.

Breadth and depth of learning: Our focus is robust learning that is intellectual, physical, social, emotional, moral, spiritual and aesthetic.

Respect: Treating ourselves, others, our community and the environment with high regard and consideration.

Integrity: Discerning what is right and what is wrong for our community and acting upon this understanding.

Service: Standing alongside others and being prepared to encourage, support and empower.

The College has a strong sense of community with many opportunities for staff to participate in the broader life of the College. As a member of staff at the College, you can expect to receive:

  • a salary commensurate with your experience and skill level;
  • ongoing professional development, learning and skill growth;
  • membership and support of the College's Staff Association;
  • inclusion and the opportunity to play a role in relevant College events;
  • onsite free parking;
  • regular communication about College events and activities;
  • access to the College's Employee Assistance Program;
  • access to a generous parental leave program (where applicable); and
  • access to salary sacrifice arrangements (where applicable).


Tranby College offers an exciting range of career opportunities for teaching professionals as well as administration, grounds and maintenance, IT, sporting and student support opportunities.

Our employment opportunities are advertised on our website and on Seek.

If you would like to find out more about working at Tranby College, please contact Teneille Gaudlitz, Senior HR Advisor, via email at hr@tranby.wa.edu.au or via phone on 9523 3155.

Relief Teaching

If you are interested in relief teaching at the College please send your application to hr@tranby.wa.edu.au or contact us on 9524 2424. Please include details of your TRBWA registration and year level and subject area specialisation.