You will first need to get your authority to teach from the teachers registration board. If you want to teach in Public schools you need to access this site http://www.teachinginsa.sa.edu.au/a8...p=home&id=jobs
. Scroll down and you will see the numbers of TRT schemes. These schemes allow you to do relief teaching in most of the schools in Adelaide. On this site you will see temporary and permanent jobs appear. Look at the school context statements of each school on the site http://www.decs.sa.gov.au/locs/
. Schools are determined by categories. A category 1 school means there are a high proportion of children who require government assistance, a category 7 school is a school where a low proportion of children do not require goverment assistance. The categories may/ may not be a reflection of the complexity of the school.
One of my friends has just returned from Korea, he is an Australian and has only been teaching for 2 years. He has basically had full time work relief teaching. The TRT schemes are the best start and canvas local schools in your area once you move