Curriculum Resources Writer

  • Casual
  • Remote
  • Other

Website Australians Together

Learning areas: primary and secondary music, maths and HPE; primary general


Are you ready to write engaging curriculum resources for teachers?
Do you want to be part of a team that makes a difference in education?
Are you interested in seeing better outcomes for First Nations people?

We work together respectfully, by listening and learning, to collaboratively create educational resources for all Australians, to increase awareness and understanding of our shared history, its ongoing impact, and help pave the way for meaningful actions.
We focus on teachers. They impact the learning and perspectives of the next generation. Our resources are created by applying the Australians Together Learning Framework and are developed alongside First Nations educators to ensure they’re authentic and transformative.
We provide:

  • a vast array of educational resources to expand teacher knowledge, build confidence and help shift teaching practice
  • inspirational resources that encourage, support and guide schools towards whole-of-school change
  • an extensive suite of curriculum resources, activities and tools that equip teachers to bring First Nations perspectives to the classroom.

As a Curriculum Resources Writer, you’ll work under the direction of the Product Specialist – Curriculum Resources to contribute to the expanding suite of Australians Together curriculum resources. You’ll be responsible for writing and refining curriculum resources and materials that are aligned with the Australians Together guidelines and that teachers will meet to teachers’ and students’ needs.
To ensure the accuracy and relevance of the resources, a First Nations cultural adviser will share expertise and collaborate with you during the research and writing process.
You’ll write curriculum resources that meet AITSL Teaching Standards 1.4 and 2.4 and assist teachers to deliver the Australian Curriculum’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures cross-curriculum priority. You’ll be writing for the year levels and learning areas you’re most familiar with. In primary years these often have a cross- or inter-disciplinary teaching and learning approach.


  • culturally savvy: you understand the importance of cultural intelligence and intercultural understanding and the place it has in education
  • a writer at heart: you can organise ideas, express yourself clearly and your sentences make sense!
    a curriculum expert: you know what engages students and meets the needs of teachers; you’re familiar with the Australian Curriculum and AITSL Standards; you can structure a unit of learning effectively
  • a lover of research: you love fact finding and assessing sources for quality and relevance
  • detail-oriented: you have an excellent eye for detail; you’re a stickler for spelling and grammar and have an excellent eye for detail; you can plan, juggle and organise your goals and tasks to ensure everything runs smoothly
  • proactive with a can-do attitude: you’re enthusiastic and motivated with a can-do approach; you thrive in a team environment and can work independently when needed; with your great time-management skills, you can plan effectively to get things done
  • a fast learner: you instinctively adapt to change and challenges while keeping your cool.


  • A passion for working with First Nations cultural contexts or other non-dominant cultural contexts
  • A tertiary qualification in education
  • Knowledge and experience of best practice in teaching and learning
  • Classroom experience in the last four years
  • Evidence of experience producing high-quality, effective teaching and learning resources
  • Excellence in managing time and meeting deadlines
  • Excellence in written and verbal communication skills
  • Proficiency in computer skills, especially MS Word
  • Ability to work autonomously or as part of a team


  • Experience working with First Nations cultural contexts or other non-dominant cultural contexts
  • Knowledge and experience of inquiry-based learningWe’re committed to providing a culturally safe workplace. We encourage First Nations people and people from diverse cultures, abilities and identities to apply. Applicants are required to have suitable work-from-home office arrangements.

Contact if you’d like a detailed job description, or email us your CV and cover letter if you think you’re the right fit. Applications close Sunday 28th April 2024.

To apply for this job email your details to

Christian Schools Australia

The Christian Schools Australia office will be closed from COB Friday 17 December and will reopen Tuesday 4 January.


The jobs site will be monitored sporadically during this time so there may be a delay in the publishing of your advertisements.


Have a safe and blessed Christmas!

Scroll to Top