Join our Team

Staff at Helena College are experienced, highly skilled professionals who are committed to nurturing and challenging our students. Teachers are assisted by a range of accomplished support staff who work collaboratively to ensure that the College culture and environment is operating at its best in every way.

Why work at Helena College?

Helena College is a non-religious, independent, co-educational school, catering for students from Kindergarten to Year 12 in the Perth Hills, 30kms from Perth City.

Across two campuses in Darlington and Glen Forrest, we provide a balanced education, developing the whole child through both inquiry-led and explicit teaching and learning programs as we help prepare students for life beyond Helena College.

Working at Helena College, means you become part of a collaborative community with a commitment to core values and close working relationships between students, staff and families. We also have a demonstrated commitment to teacher and staff professional development, which we regard as central to the practice of lifelong learning.

We believe educating students extends beyond the classroom. We provide a holistic learning programme which includes Outdoor Education, camps, sports, arts, clubs and community projects, for students to develop the key cognitive, social and emotional skills they need to flourish and be active members of our broader community.
— Peter Coombs, Principal

Current Opportunities

Percussion Tutor (Glen Forrest Campus)

Casual position located at our Glen Forrest Campus. Download role description.  Applications close 17 February 2023

Application Process

Applications are to be addressed to the Principal, Peter Coombs, and sent via email to Please provide one PDF combining a cover letter addressing the selection criteria and your curriculum vitae (with references). 

Additional Information

Helena College has a Child Safety Program which is made up of rigorous work systems, practices, policies and procedures designed to maintain a child-safe environment within the College community. The care, safety and welfare of students are embedded in policies and procedures which ensure a commitment to zero tolerance of child abuse. All candidates for roles at Helena College 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.