PLC is committed to appointing caring, competent, professional individuals excited about inspiring young women to thrive.

Our staff are specialists in their areas who integrate technology comfortably into their roles, are open to an ever changing, continuously improving, dynamic environment and genuinely want to build positive relationships.

We are fortunate to have exceptional staff at PLC and understand this is the most important aspect of a thriving School environment. The relationship developed between staff and students is critical in ensuring our students are well-supported through their educational journey and that they leave us having achieved to their full potential.

The Staff Association is an active body within the School, providing opportunities for staff to relax socially and spend time together both on and off campus. As an International Baccalaureate School, the professional development opportunities on offer at PLC allow our staff to connect with global experts to develop both curriculum and pedagogical knowledge and skills.

We are proud of our staff and welcome you to make contact with us to find out more about how you could join this team of like-minded extraordinary professionals.

Contact our Director of People and Culture:

Vivien Whitehead
Phone: (08) 9424 6485
Email:  vivien.whitehead@plc.wa.edu.au

If there is no position vacant, or a position relative to your experience, click here to find out how you can express your interest, should we have a position open in the future.

Current Opportunities

Boarding House Deputy - Pastoral Care and Wellbeing

PLC Perth in Western Australia is one of Australia’s leading schools for girls. Boasting an impressive academic record and extensive and very successful sporting, music and co-curricular programmes; this vibrant community is an exciting and rewarding place to work.

We are a Uniting Church school catering for more than 1100 day and boarding students from Pre-Kindergarten to Year 12. Our campus is located in the suburb of Peppermint Grove, situated between the ocean and the river.

Boarding House Deputy – Pastoral Care and Wellbeing 

Permanent, Part Time, 25 Hours

Commencing Term 3, 2020

PLC is seeking a proactive and caring person to provide leadership and administrative assistance within our boarding house. The successful candidate will work closely with the Director of Boarding to provide pastoral support to the boarding students, creating an encouraging environment and sense of belonging. Experience in managing and maintaining effective relationships with students, parents, and fellow staff is essential.

Due to the nature of this role, the incumbent will be required to live on campus. Accommodation is provided to the individual and their family (if applicable) within the Boarding House, along with reasonable costs for utilities (excluding telephone call costs).

For further information please view the Position Description here.

Applications should be submitted by via Seek.com by no later than 9 am Thursday 4 June, including a cover letter and current resume.

PLC strives to provide excellent conditions of employment, a supportive work culture and a positive and inspiring work environment.

At PLC, we take child protection seriously.  All candidates for roles at PLC are subject to screening and assessment against child safety standards as part of our recruitment process.

Director of Outdoor Education

PLC, Perth in Western Australia is one of Australia’s leading schools for girls. Boasting an impressive academic record and extensive sporting, music and co-curricular programmes; this vibrant community is an exciting and rewarding place to work. We are a Uniting Church school catering for more than 1100 day and boarding students from Pre-Kindergarten to Year 12. Our campus is located in the suburb of Peppermint Grove, situated between the ocean and the river.

PLC prides itself as having one of the most comprehensive Outdoor Education programmes on offer for girls in Australia.  Beginning in Year 3, our programmes encourage students to step out of their comfort zones and develop life skills in leadership, communication, self-confidence, self-reliance, resilience and teamwork.

Director of Outdoor Education

Leadership Role – 5 Year Term.  Commencing Term 1 2021.

PLC invites applications from suitable individuals for the role of Director of Outdoor Education.  We are looking to employ an energetic and enthusiastic individual who can lead a team of exceptional educators.

This is a leadership role for a term of 5 years with the possibility of extension at the end of this time.  The successful applicant will be experienced in the planning and implementation of outdoor education programmes that provide a positive and safe learning experience for our students.

Please view the position description here for more information.  Applications should be submitted via SEEK including a cover letter, current CV and qualifications by no later than 12noon on Friday 5 June 2020.  Please note that PLC may commence shortlisting and interviews prior to the closing date.

PLC strives to provide excellent conditions of employment, a supportive work culture and a positive and inspiring work environment.

At PLC, we take child protection seriously.  All candidates for roles at PLC are subject to screening and assessment against child safety standards as part of our recruitment process.