AEU ACT Branch is governed by Council, composed of elected representatives from all schools and campuses, and Executive, directly elected by members. Each and every member has a say in the direction of our union through sub-branches located in each workplace. The Australian Education Union is not affiliated with any political party.
Aboriginal Embassy | Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education | Childcare | Class Sizes | Combatting Racism | Correctional Settings | Curriculum | Early Childhood | Environment | Equal Employment | Gender Equity | Health Care Needs | Higher Education | Hours of Attendance | High School Working Conditions | Industrial Action | Information Technology | Meeting the Needs of All Students | Occupational Health & Safety | Paid Tutors | Peace & Disarmament | Playground Duty | Privacy | Promoting Indigenous Education | Referees Roles | Relief Teachers | School Based Management | School Closure | Sexual Harassment | Special Education | Student Reporting | Teacher-Librarian Working Conditions | Teacher Welfare Fund | Teaching Loads | Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) | Transfers | Vocational Education in Schools | Violence in Educational Settings | Voluntary Work
AEU ACT is a Registered Organisation with the Fair Work Commission.
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At AEU ACT Branch office is currently recruiting for the following vacancies: