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Al-Ameen College is a wholly independent College catering to the growing Muslim community of Western Australia. The College has grown over the past 10 years and has defined its unique identity for its 1000-plus students and passionate, people-centred staff. The College’s popularity as a strong faith-based school is illustrated by a waitlist of over 200 students. Al-Ameen College is a co-educational K-12 college with a strong focus on academic achievement, promotion of Islamic ethos and discipline.


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The School

Al-Ameen College is an independent College catering to the growing Muslim community of Western Australia. The College is a co-educational K-12 college with a strong focus on academic achievement and the promotion of Islamic ethos and discipline. We are committed to challenging and inspiring our students to be the best they can be, both for their journey through school and for life beyond the school gates. The school is in a strong financial position with growing enrolments, with expansion into a new campus in 2025. The College has grown over the past 10 years and has defined its unique identity for its 1,200-plus students and passionate, people-centred staff. The College’s popularity as a strong faith-based school is illustrated by a waitlist of over 300 students.

Join Al-Ameen College as a Learning Support Officer and make a meaningful impact on students' educational journey starting in 2024. We are seeking dedicated education assistants who are passionate about fostering an inclusive learning environment and supporting students in reaching their full potential.

The role of Learning Support Officer (LSO) is an important support in the structure of the high school at Al-Ameen College. Learning Support Officers contribute to delivery and facilitation of educational activities, supporting neurodiverse and/or students with special educational needs. The LSO supports these students in a way that assists in implementing the College mission and vision, incorporating its Islamic ethos.

We are on the lookout for dedicated high school educators to be part of our vibrant team. With a surge in student enrolment and the introduction of an exciting new GATE program, we are in search of dynamic and passionate teachers to join our team.

Al-Ameen College is excited to expand the scope of support we are able to offer our students.  We are seeking to employ a suitably qualified, enthusiastic and innovative Speech Pathologist to join our School in 2024 to be based on-campus.  The ideal candidate will work closely with the Learning Support Department to assist in the development and implementation of school-based intervention programs for students with language, learning and/or communication needs.  

This is a part-time, two-day position on a fixed term contract basis with a possibility of extension to full time in future years.

General Summary

The use of technology is an important component of both the educational and operational landscape of Al-Ameen College. Its effective management and implementation allow staff and students to enhance their learning experience, communication and operational efficiency.

The Senior Systems Administrator is responsible to the Business Manager for day-to-day operational management of the College’s network infrastructure and client facing devices. This position also includes overseeing the ICT Department and will lead and manage a small ICT team to ensure that an effective model of service and maintenance exists across all implemented supported platforms and systems. This role is a mixture of management and hands on support that will require the new Senior Systems Administrator to balance against competing priorities.

The Senior Systems Administrator role involves both the management of the existing network infrastructure and the development of future opportunities, working alongside the Business Manager and the ICT team, as well as Principal to ensure that all the technological needs of staff and students are met