Tender notices and bids – Education, Libraries, Museums

The education and training sector involves teachers in elementary, primary, and high schools, as well as academics and university staff, TAFE instructors, and a range of people in administrative and support roles. Generally speaking, education and training employees can be split into two groups: teachers (including primary, secondary, and tertiary educators), and other professionals (including administrative and support roles).

The education sector is split into four categories: those in the public education system, those in the private education system, careers that provide support (administrative, managerial, or otherwise) within educational organizations, and academic roles.

By default, all public sector appointments are merit-based, with schools generally expected to advertise all non-casual positions that will be occupied for more than twelve months (the specific requirements change from state to state). This applies to both teaching and administrative staff. Independent and private schools have a lot more autonomy when it comes to recruitment, and will often advertise vacancies on job boards or in newspapers. You can also contact them directly to discuss career opportunities.

Services for the Education tenders

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Tendering support of Education

  • Colleges and Universities
  • Elementary and Secondary Schools
  • Libraries, Archives, and Museums
  • Sports, Arts, and Recreation Instruction
  • Technical and Trade Schools
  • E-learning

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