Join Our Team!

At St Mark's, we're more than just a school. We're a vibrant professional community that values and supports our staff, fostering a sense of belonging, connection, and shared purpose. With over 200 highly-valued and knowledgeable professionals, we provide an exciting work environment that attracts and retains top talent.

We prioritise professionalism, commitment, loyalty, and Christian values, creating a positive work environment that includes exceptional pastoral care and above-Award conditions. Our teachers actively contribute to the holistic development of our students through pastoral and co-curricular programs.

At St Mark's, we believe in continuous improvement and lifelong learning. We invest in professional development for staff through reflection, goal setting, feedback, and collaboration. We offer an exciting range of school-based professional learning opportunities. These have been co-designed by our staff, and are based on Martin Seligman's PERMA framework:

  • Positive emotions nurtured
  • Engagement
  • Relationships
  • Meaning
  • Accomplishments

Our staff have a voice, choice, and ownership in their professional development, including mentoring, coaching, action research, leadership development, generous professional learning scholarships such as supporting post-graduate studies, and participation in strategic project groups.

Holistic wellbeing is a strategic focus at our school, and we're committed to supporting the wellbeing of our team. We provide initiatives that sustain mental and physical health, including morning tea on staff days, refreshments during parent-teacher interviews, an onsite coffee van, and a pop-up coffee shop run by our Senior Home Economics students. Our staff enjoy benefits such as salary packaging, generous paid parental leave, long service leave entitlements, an active Staff Social Club organising regular activities, free influenza vaccinations, and access to Notebook computers and iPads where relevant. We also offer periodic opportunities for complimentary health and wellbeing activities and engaging in service to others.

Join St Mark's and be part of an exciting and dynamic community, where your professional growth, wellbeing, and contributions are valued and celebrated.

Current Opportunities

PRIMARY SCHOOL MUSIC TEACHER (0.7 FTE, 12 month contract)

We require a music educator who is qualified to teach primary classroom music up to Year 5. You will be working in a close-knit team environment and will be an enthusiastic teacher who has broad music knowledge and skills across music genres in a Kodaly-inspired setting. Strong musicianship and pedagogical knowledge in meeting the needs of individual students are fundamental.

Applications close on Thursday 05 October at 4pm

Please apply via SEEK.


St Mark’s Anglican Community School is seeking a suitable experienced, innovative and passionate Food Technology Teacher to join their team.

This is a full-time Semester 1 position commencing Term 1, 2024, with the possibility of part-time for Semester 2, 2024.

Applicants should have the necessary qualifications, knowledge and skills to deliver Food Technology courses in Years 6 - 10 and Food Science and Technology General and ATAR courses in Years 11 and 12. A Cert IV in Training and Assessing together with a Cert II Hospitality would be advantageous.

The successful applicant should have highly effective interpersonal skills and the ability to foster positive relationships with a students, staff and community members. The position may include a Pastoral Care Group.

Applications close on Monday 09 October at 2pm

The Job Description is located HERE.

Please apply via SEEK.

Relief Work

Administration staff

If you are interested in relief admin work, please complete the Application Form and email with your CV, Covering Letter, Working with Children's Check and Nationally Coordinated Criminal History Check to cpenney@stmarks.wa.edu.au.

Education Assistants (Primary)

Email completed Primary Relief EA Application Form, CV, Working with Children's Check, Nationally Coordinated Criminal History Check and Statement of Service to humanresources@stmarks.wa.edu.au.

Education Assistants (Secondary)

Email completed Secondary Relief EA Application Form, CV, Working with Children's Check, Nationally Coordinated Criminal History Check and Statement of Service to humanresources@stmarks.wa.edu.au.

All successful candidates in the relief pool will be required to participate in an Induction session at the School.


Middle and Senior School (Year 6 to Year 12): Email completed Application Form, CV, Working with Children's Check, TRBWA and and Statement of Service to jrobinson@stmarks.wa.edu.au.

Primary School (Kindy to Year 5): Email completed Application Form, CV, Working with Children's Check, TRBWA and Statement of Service to humanresources@stmarks.wa.edu.au.

Additional Information

Teaching staff salaries are paid under the Anglican Schools Commission Incorporated Western Australian Agreement 2019, as approved by the FairWork Commission, in accordance with training and experience. Non-teaching staff are employed under appropriate Award conditions to which over Award payments are applied.

All enquiries regarding employment at St Mark’s can be emailed to humanresources@stmarks.wa.edu.au or posted to:

The Executive Officer
St Mark’s Anglican Community School
PO Box 231

St Mark’s Anglican Community School is a Child-safe School

St Mark’s is committed to being a child-safe organisation through the prevention, identification and reporting of child abuse and neglect. All candidates for roles at St Mark’s are subject to screening and assessment against child safety standards as part of the recruitment process. All employees (teaching and non-teaching) are required to participate in annual training in this regard.