WA Div

Welcome to the WA Division of the NTEU.

Address: Level 3, 27 Railway Road (cnr of Alvan Street), Subiaco, WA, 6008
Mail: 1/27 Railway Road, Subiaco, WA, 6008
Phone: 08 6114 7890

NTEU is the only national union whose sole purpose is to represent all staff in tertiary education.  In all Australian public and private universities, NTEU represents academic and research staff, general staff, ELICOS teachers, as well as the staff of Student Unions and university companies. NTEU WA Division has members in each university in Western Australia.

NTEU campaigns on higher education issues but is not affiliated with any political party.

Fact Sheet
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Division News

    1. NTEU WA 2014 in Pictures

      A look back at the higlights of campaigns actions and union activity in the Division during 2014.  

    2. Additional Annual Closedown: NTEU advice

      On the 26th November 2014 staff were advised that the University will close for an extended period this Christmas, between...

    3. Release of the "Overcoming Indigenous Disadvantage" report

      More Indigenous people are finishing year 12 and then going on to further education. Yet despite these increases, numeracy...

    4. Members Meeting Wed 5 Nov

      We would like to invite our members to attend a meeting next Wednesday 5th November at 12.30 in the Hill Lecture Theatre....

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Other News

  1. NTEU WA 2014 in Pictures

    Posted by Amy Talbot (WA Division)

  2. The real facts about higher education

    Posted 15 December 2014 by Jeannie Rea (NTEU National Office)

  3. WA Division office opening

    Posted 11 December 2014 by Amy Talbot (WA Division)

  4. Additional Annual Closedown: NTEU advice

    Posted 27 November 2014 by Beth Cole (Murdoch University)

  5. Voluntary Early Retirement Scheme/Academic Staff Nomenclature

    Posted 26 November 2014 by Eileen Glynn (University of Western Australia)

  6. eYarn Oct/Nov 2014 edition

    Posted 21 November 2014 by Celeste Liddle (Indigenous)

  7. End of Year Celebration

    Posted 20 November 2014 by Eileen Glynn (University of Western Australia)