Vacancies

ISNZ Member School vacancies

If you are an ISNZ Member School and would like a position advertised on the ISNZ website, please send your advert to Kate Davidson

kate.davidson@isnz.org.nz. Please include a closing date for the vacancy, to ensure the vacancies page can be kept up to date.

 

 

Head of Faculty, Social Sciences –  Diocesan School for Girls, Auckland

 

An outstanding educational leader is required for our Social Sciences Faculty.  Excellent organisation and planning skills, expert curriculum knowledge, plus ability to engage, motivate and develop students and staff is required. 

Diocesan offers a dual pathway with NCEA and International Baccalaureate. We promote wide opportunities for professional development.

Please email applications, including a detailed CV and covering letter, to Human Resources at Diocesan School for Girls.

Email: human.resources@diocesan.school.nz

Website: www.diocesan.school.nz

We invite you to view our website for further details about our School.

Applications close on 18 August 2017.

 

Aquatic Centre Supervisor – Pool and Plant - Diocesan School for Girls, Auckland

 

Diocesan School’s state of the art Aquatic Centre has an opportunity for a practical person to provide key maintenance and support for pool operations.

  • Experience and technical knowledge of pool plant and equipment is required
  • L4 Certificate in pool water management
  • Previous pool supervision experience essential

Diocesan School for Girls is a high performing independent Anglican School with an outstanding reputation for excellence in all aspects of achievement.  With state of the art educational and sporting facilities, the school provides a unique environment where girls can achieve excellence in a wide range of academic, cultural, sporting and spiritual activities.

Our world-class indoor Aquatic Centre has a purpose built fitness centre, separate learner pool and 400-seat spectator gallery.  A moveable floor in the main 25x20 metre pool can be lowered for deep water sports codes like water polo and raised for learn-to-swim classes. 

Swim Schools and other water based activities occur throughout the year including weekends.  This full time role therefore, requires flexibility in working hours and availability for some early morning starts on a rostered basis. 

With overall responsibility for the operation of the Aquatic Centre from a technical perspective, the Aquatic Centre Team Leader ensures the facility is compliant and superbly presented to its users. 

Responsibilities include:

  • maintaining suitable measurement, compliance and reporting systems, including operating procedures, to support management decision‑making processes for the facility
  • management of expenditure for chemicals within budget
  • maintaining appropriate supply arrangements with vendors of pool equipment and chemicals in association with the Property Manager
  • providing technical training to pool attendants as required
  • managing the day-to-day operation of the pools, with an emphasis on safety, compliance and water standards
  • ensuring the Centre has an inviting and attractive appearance and provides a clean and safe environment for students, staff and visitors.
  • maintaining good communication with users and stakeholders, keeping them informed and up-to-date with developments and changes
  • ensuring that water quality is checked at prescribed intervals and appropriate action is taken to maintain the correct standards
  • ensuring that filtration and other aquatic operating systems are properly maintained and serviced
  • managing maintenance contracts
  • ensure that the Centre maintains a current warrant of fitness In association with the Property Manager
  • providing support to the Swim School as required
  • providing backup support to the Aquatic Centre and Turf Manager

The successful candidate will have proven experience, technical aptitude and knowledge for maintaining pool plant, equipment and water quality - a L4 Certificate in pool water management is required.  Planning and organisation skills are also key, as are relationship building and customer service skills.  We would like applicants to have a current First Aid Certificate and pool supervision experience.  Experience working in a swim school would be an advantage.

Applications close on 2 August 2017.

Please email applications, including a detailed CV and covering letter to Human Resources at Diocesan School for Girls:

Email: human.resources@diocesan.school.nz
Website: www.diocesan.school.nz

We invite you to view our website for further details about our School.

 

(1)–(2) Boarding housemasters, Richards House and Flower's House - Christ's College, Canterbury

Full time, Permanent

(1)–(2) Boarding housemasters, Richards House and Flower's House. We are looking to appoint 2 boarding housemasters to begin either in a transitional role in term 4 or at the beginning of 2018. These are positions which are undertaken in addition to specialist teaching or other college duties. The role of a boarding housemaster is pivotal to the school’s pastoral programme.

A boarding housemaster is a key member of our residential community and the pastoral care team, overseeing the everyday life of the house and is responsible for all aspects of house culture, tone and experience for students, parents and staff. As is the case with all staff, you must be prepared to contribute to co-curricular activities of the school and support the weekend boarding programme. Live-in positions.

Please apply with covering letter, CV, current teacher registration and practising certificate to:

Executive principal 
executiveprincipal@christscollege.com
(03) 364 6811

Applications close 28 July 2017.

 

 

 

English and Social Studies Teacher - Westmount School, Auckland

Part time, Permanent, FTTE up to: 0.6

Do you want to work in an innovative and progressive school? We have an exciting opportunity for a NZ registered teacher. We are unique, small classes with motivated and high-achieving students, modern well-equipped learning spaces, an innovative approach to education and a strong focus on self-directed learning.

Please send your CV, and direct enquiries to:

Iain Longden
recruitment@westmount.school.nz
(09) 320 0593

Applications close 24 July 2017.

 

Resource Teacher - Learning and Behaviour - Westmount School, Otago

Part time, Fixed term, Start Date: 24/07/2017, End Date: 07/12/2017, FTTE up to: 0.6 (Support for Y4 student until end of year)

  • Aspirational and progressive education environment
  • Experienced RTLB teacher required for our South Campus in Dunedin
  • Fixed-term, part-time (0.6 FTE)

With 11 campuses across the length and breadth of New Zealand, Westmount School is a Y3–13 independent special character school.

We are unique – delivering the New Zealand Curriculum to over 1,700 students across 16 sites, with small classes of motivated and high-achieving students, modern well-equipped learning spaces, an innovative approach to education and a strong focus on self-directed learning.

Our Dunedin Campus is seeking to appoint an energetic and enthusiastic teacher to support a Y4 student with special educational needs, and to provide occasional support for other students within the campus learning centre.

The successful candidate will be responsible for planning and delivering a stimulating and engaging learning programme and will possess the ability to forge a positive relationship with the student.

While not essential, experience with students exhibiting emotional and behavioural disorders would be an advantage. This is an exciting opportunity for teachers wishing to work in an innovative, positive and supportive learning environment.

Please note that all applicants will need to have the right to live and work in New Zealand, and though all applications will be reviewed, only candidates who meet our criteria will be contacted.

For further information or to apply in confidence, please contact:

Carmen Upfold
carmen.upfold@westmount.school.nz
(09) 281 5726

Download an application form
Westmount-Candidate-Registration-Form4.pdf

Applications close 4 August 2017.

 

 

HOD English - Dilworth School, Auckland

Full time, permanent

Area / composite (Years 1-15), Middle leadership 

Preferably to commence as soon as possible. We seek a NZ registered teacher with management experience to lead the department, striving to achieve excellent results and improve student outcomes. They will also teach to senior levels.

Please send your CV, and direct enquiries to:

HR Manager
jobs@dilworth.school.nz
 

Applications close 28 July 2017.

 

 

Agriculture Teacher - St Andrew's College, Christchurch

 

Full time
Commencing Term 4 - Monday 16 October 2017

St Andrew's College is the South Island's only independent, co-educational school offering Pre-school to Year 13 education.

The College's Secondary School seeks an experienced, motivated teacher to teach Agriculture, within the Science Department.

The College is committed to the ongoing professional development of its staff and offers significant benefits and a uniquely supportive working environment.

For further information, please contact Brent Cummack, HOD Science, on 03 940 2000 ext. 4093 or email BCM@stac.school.nz.

Application packs are available from the College website or by emailing Barbara Moore, PA to Head of Secondary School on hosspa@stac.school.nz or phone 03 940 2013.

Applications close 28 July 2017.

For more information about the role, view the job description by copying and pasting this link into your browser: http://stac.nz/AgriculturePosition2017 or by emailing Barbara Moore, PA to Head of Secondary School on hosspa@stac.school.nz

 

Spanish Language Teacher - Diocesan School for Girls, Auckland

Part time, Permanent, FTTE up to: 0.5

Secondary (Years 9–15) / wharekura, Certificated teacher

Spanish language teacher, part-time, starting term 3. NZ Curriculum experienced teacher able to enthuse and engage motivated students with passion for the Spanish language. Opportunities for increased part-time available depending on other subjects taught. Please state supporting teaching subjects. We provide NCEA and IB Diploma pathways to students and promote wide opportunities for PD.

We invite you to view our website for further details about our school.

Please email applications, including a detailed CV and covering letter, to Human Resources

Erin Stewart
human.resources@diocesan.school.nz

Applications close 27 July 2017.

 

 

Social Studies Teacher - Diocesan School for Girls, Auckland

Part time, Permanent, FTTE up to: 0.5

Secondary (Years 9–15) / wharekura, Certificated teacher 

Social studies teacher, part-time starting term 3. With the ability to enthuse students and the desire to work with motivated learners, you will join a successful and cohesive social sciences faculty. Increased part-time opportunities available dependent on other teaching subjects. Please state supporting subjects. We provide NCEA and IB Diploma pathways to students and promote wide opportunities for PD.

We invite you to view our website for further details about our school.

Please email applications, including a detailed CV and covering letter, to Human Resources

Erin Stewart
human.resources@diocesan.school.nz

Applications close 27 July 2017.

 

 

Diocesan School for Girls - AV Technician – part time, flexible hours (ave. 20 hrs/week)

 

Part time position responsible for the skilled supervision, maintenance and operation of our Arts Centre recording studio and technical equipment.

  • Sound and lighting technology experience in an applied setting, including maintenance
  • Willing to work flexible hours, weekends as required
  • Epsom location

Diocesan School for Girls is a high performing independent Anglican School with an outstanding reputation for excellence in all aspects of achievement. With state of the art educational and sporting facilities, the school provides a unique environment where girls can achieve excellence in a wide range of academic, cultural and sporting activities.

Our impressive property and grounds include a world-class indoor Aquatic Centre, a hockey turf, historical buildings and purpose built learning facilities. We have underway a Performing Arts Centre building project and have in operation stage one – the teaching facility with recording and practice studios.

The Arts Centre Technician is responsible for the skilled supervision, maintenance and operation of the Arts Centre recording studio and other technical equipment, as well as liaison, induction, training and supervision of staff and students. Responsibilities include:

  • Proactively maintaining a quality, functional Arts Centre environment
  • Undertake basic maintenance, and preventative care, of equipment, to ensure that it is in good working order and compliant with health and safety requirements and manufacturer specifications.
  • Design, set up and operate equipment, including sound, lighting and video for events as needed
  • Undertake responsibility of sound production for a show or event, including the configuration of microphones, speakers and control equipment, as well as the production of any necessary audio tracks
  • Undertake responsibility for the setup and operation of the school’s recording facility, with a good knowledge of a range of microphones, and attention to detail in recording, mixing and mastering music and audio
  • Shoot, edit and produce videos
  • Manage and support content curation of the Arts’ online presence
  • Induct, train and supervise the work of others, including students, who may be using technical and musical equipment
  • Effectively delegate responsibility and manage technical teams of teachers, students and volunteers as they use technical equipment

The successful applicant will have:

  • Previous experience working with sound and lighting technology in an applied setting and considerable knowledge of audio visual systems, sound reproduction and reinforcement, lighting design and systems
  • Experience in recording a range of performance music (choral, orchestral, contemporary) and shooting, editing and producing videos is an advantage
  • Ability to trouble shoot minor AV, Apple and/or PC hardware or software problems as may be experienced during set up for an event and competent with the software the school uses including: Logic Audio, Dante, Sibelius, Pro-tools, Adobe Creative Suite, Final cut studio, Google Suite, Microsoft Suite
  • Ability to learn new and varied technical systems

As the role will liaise with a range of stakeholders to plan, coordinate and set up events and equipment users of multiple skill levels, excellent communication and interpersonal skills are essential. Good problem solving ability and the initiative to anticipate stakeholder needs are key, as are excellent relationship and customer service skills.  This role also requires someone who is fit, physically strong and a team player. Good working knowledge of legislation and regulations including health and safety, particularly as they pertain to venues, is essential.

As our facilities are used throughout the year, seven days a week, this role requires flexibility in working hours.  We envisage 20 hours per week on average.

Please email applications, including a detailed CV and covering letter before Friday 28th July 2017 to Human Resources at Diocesan School for Girls:

Email: human.resources@diocesan.school.nz
Website: www.diocesan.school.nz

We invite you to view our website for further details about our School.

 

                                                

 

Senior School Relief Teachers

We are looking for enthusiastic and engaging secondary trained Teachers, with NZ Curriculum experience to join our pool of relievers in the senior school.

With changed availability of some of our current relievers and long term relief opportunities that have arisen, we are now seeking additional relievers for our senior school relief pool.   Relievers with experience working in our school and who know our girls are given priority for relief opportunities that arise.

We ask when completing the application for employment form that you note your teaching subjects – at present experienced NZ curriculum teachers with Health & PE, English, Economics, Science or Mathematics as their specialist subject are particularly sought.

Diocesan offers a dual pathway with NCEA and International Baccalaureate. We promote wide opportunities for professional development.

Please email applications, including a detailed CV and covering letter, to Human Resources at Diocesan School for Girls.

Email: human.resources@diocesan.school.nz

Website: www.diocesan.school.nz

We invite you to view our website for further details about our School.

Swimming Instructors / Coaches - Aquatic Centre, Swim School

Diocesan School for Girls is a high performing independent Anglican School with an outstanding reputation for excellence in all aspects of achievement.  With state of the art educational and sporting facilities, the school provides a unique environment where girls can achieve excellence in a wide range of academic, cultural, sporting and spiritual activities.

Our world-class indoor Aquatic Centre has a purpose built fitness centre, separate learner pool and 400-seat spectator gallery.  A moveable floor in the main 25x20 metre pool can be lowered for deep water sports codes like water polo and raised for learn-to-swim classes. 

Our Swim School teaches both boys and girls throughout the year.  The Swim School operates programmes after school Monday to Thursday, Saturday mornings and during the school holidays.

We have x3 opportunities available in our Swim School.  Hours will be negotiated with the successful candidates:

Swimming Instructor

Experienced swim instructor competent in teaching students from beginners through to classes that cover all four swimming strokes.  Knowledge of the various stroke techniques is a prerequisite. 

Baby / Toddler and Pre-school Swimming Instructor

Swimming instructor who is experienced in teaching babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers classes 1-2 times a week and possibly a Saturday morning. 

Candidates for this role could also be capable of teaching all levels up to squads and this could involve working Monday to Thursday and Saturday mornings. 

The successful candidates for these positions will have had experience and are able to detail successes in previous organisations.  All candidates will be professional, enthusiastic, friendly and reliable.  They will also enjoy working in a team and be able to provide a fun and safe learning environment for our students.  Appointments are subject to a satisfactory result from the Police Vetting process.

Please email applications, including a detailed CV and covering letter, to Human Resources at Diocesan School for Girls.

Email: human.resources@diocesan.school.nz

Website: www.diocesan.school.nz

We invite you to view our website for further details about our School.

Swimming Coach

  • Experienced and qualified swimming coach
  • State of the art Aquatic Centre
  • Epsom location

Diocesan School for Girls is a high performing independent Anglican School with an outstanding reputation for excellence in all aspects of achievement.  With state of the art educational and sporting facilities, the school provides a unique environment where girls can achieve excellence in a wide range of academic, cultural, sporting and spiritual activities.

Our world-class indoor Aquatic Centre has a purpose built fitness centre, separate learner pool and 400-seat spectator gallery.  A moveable floor in the main 25x20 metre pool can be lowered for deep water sports codes like water polo and raised for learn-to-swim classes. 

Our Swim School teaches both boys and girls throughout the year.  The Swim School operates fitness squad programmes both in the mornings and after school Monday to Thursday, Saturday mornings and during the school holidays. 

We have an opportunity available in for an experienced Swimming Coach to join our team, who is competent in coaching fitness squads capable of swimming up to 3km. The successful candidate will be able to detail successes in previous organisations.  You will be professional, enthusiastic, friendly and reliable.  You will also enjoy working in a team and be able to provide a fun and safe learning environment for our students. Days may be negotiated.

Appointments are subject to a satisfactory result from the Police Vetting process.

Please email applications, including a detailed CV and covering letter, to Human Resources at Diocesan School for Girls.

Email: human.resources@diocesan.school.nz

Website: www.diocesan.school.nz

We invite you to view our website for further details about our School.

 

Registered Nurses

We are seeking motivated and enthusiastic NZ Registered Nurses who enjoy working with young people and are committed to enhancing adolescent wellness.  Applicants must have a current APC, proficiency portfolio, first aid certificate and a current driver’s licence. You will work on rostered shifts, including some night duties, providing care to both day and boarding students. A well-resourced personal development programme is available.

Application

To apply, please submit your application through the following link Current Vacancies