If you are a qualified teacher in another Australian state or territory and would like to teach in NSW public schools, you will need to gain accreditation through the NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) and gain approval to teach by the NSW Department of Education. If you are currently registered with another Australian teacher registration body, that registration may be recognised by NESA and your accreditation status updated to the equivalent NSW level. Refer to the NESA website for a guide to getting your interstate teaching registration recognised.
You will need to provide evidence of quality teaching experience supported by a work report or written reference from your principal or authorised officer when applying for approval to teach in NSW public schools.
Once you have been accredited and approved to teach in NSW public schools, you will be able to work as a casual teacher and apply for the temporary and permanent teaching positions advertised in JobFeed. Subscribe to JobFeed to have the newly advertised teaching positions delivered to your inbox every Wednesday.