School vacancies

ISNZ member school vacancies

Our Member Schools are innovative, diverse and professional places to work. Independent schools offer excellent resources, passionate and dedicated colleagues, motivated students, and the freedom to innovate and take risks. To learn more about what it’s like to work in an ISNZ Member School, see the profiles of our outstanding teachers and principals.

If you are an ISNZ Member School and would like a position advertised on the ISNZ website, please send your advert to info@isnz.org.nz. Please include a closing date for the vacancy, to ensure the vacancies page can be kept up to date.

Roles:

 

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Principal roles

Head of Pre-School

Permanent ongoing position

We are looking for an energetic and experienced teacher to be the face of Wellingtons leading independent co-ed Preschool at Queen Margaret College. The successful candidate will embody the values of the College, must have an early childhood degree or diploma, would enjoy managing a team, and have a desire to be part of a progressive educational environment.

RESPONSIBLE FOR:

The education and care of children between 3-5 years of age in cooperation with six other preschool teachers.

  • The day-to-day running and management of the pre-school.
  • Ensuring compliance with Ministry of Education, Education Review Office, and other licensing authorities’ requirements.

Major Responsibilities:

  • To manage a cooperative team who actively, willingly and positively plan, implement and assess the pre-school curriculum, Te Whariki and the IB PYP.
  • To communicate and work cooperatively with all staff and parents.
  • To regularly update all management and self-review documentation including handbooks, operations manuals, rosters, programmes, policies and processes.

Representative Responsibilities:

  • To establish an orientation programme for new pupils coming into the Pre-School.
  • To liaise with parents and the preparatory teacher to ensure a smooth transition to school.
  • To provide a warm, nurturing and respectful environment.
  • To directly supervise the children in the programme at all times, ensuring that all activities offered at and away from the Pre-School are carried out in a safe, age-appropriate and organised manner.
  • To share with parents information about their child’s day.
  • To involve the parents in the planning of the pre-school programme.
  • To be familiar with and to follow the requirements laid out in the Policies and Procedures Manual.
  • To be familiar with and maintain the conditions of the QMC Pre-School Employment Contract.
  • To provide or arrange for first aid in cases of emergencies. Reportable incidents will be documented following College procedures and a report completed the same day.
  • To coordinate planning, implement and assess developmentally appropriate activities according to the interests and individual needs of the children in the pre-school. These activities should foster social, physical, emotional, cognitive and creative development.
  • To arrange and supervise all routines and interactions.
  • To develop rosters for regular cleaning routines as well as cleaning of toys, washing bedding and outdoor clothes left at the Pre-School.
  • To complete all administration duties.
  • To lead regular planning sessions, arrange agenda and newsletters and attend and participate in staff meetings.
  • To maintain confidentiality about children, their families, and the PreSchool.
  • To take responsibility for regular monitoring of a group of children to ensure the progress of each individual child and document accordingly.
  • Fulfil all professional requirements as requested by the Principal and the Head of Junior School
  • The Head PreSchool teacher shall also be committed to both personal and professional development.
  • The Head Pre-School teacher shall demonstrate loyalty to the school at all times and be prepared to contribute to the special character of Queen Margaret College.

 

If you want to be part of Wellington’s leading independent girls’ school and teach highly engaged students, send your curriculum vitae and a cover letter to principals.assistant@qmc.school.nz

We are eager to fill this position and will be undertaking a continuous interview process as applications are received, so don't delay sending through your application.

Closing date October 6th.

Queen Margaret College – it all starts here!

 

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Deputy/Associate Principal roles

Assistant Principal

ACG Parnell College is proud to be the leading independent school in Parnell, Auckland.  Our core focus is on teaching and learning; however, we offer our students sports, culture, music, and leadership opportunities to complement their academic achievements.  We support our students to be the best they can be.

The Role

ACG Parnell College is after a permanent, fulltime Assistant Principal to join our senior leadership team from Jan 2023. A rare opportunity exists for an enthusiastic and experienced educational leader to complement our existing senior leadership team in supporting the achievement of excellent outcomes for our students. The successful applicant will be highly motivated, with proven leadership, organisational and interpersonal skills. Your portfolio will include:

  • Schoolwide pastoral care and student management;
  • Student welfare and wellbeing;
  • Student support services.

 In your cover letter, please state your subject specialism.
 

Equal Opportunity Employer

We are a proud to be an equal opportunity employer.  We will consider applications from all suitably qualified individuals regardless of gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, religion, age, marital status, disability, family responsibilities or natural origin. 

For further information about ACG Parnell College please visit www.acgedu.com.

Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.

Closing date: 7 October

Please apply online by visiting: https://hr.acgedu.com/positions/10841

Deputy Head of Senior School (Curriculum and Assessment)

St Margaret's College offers a unique education for girls from Year 0 through to Year

13 for boarding and day girls. We have a dual pathway with NCEA and the International Baccalaureate Diploma programme and a strong emphasis on wellbeing and pastoral care as well as academic success. With a commitment to holistic education, balancing academic excellence with a multitude of co-curricular opportunities, St Margaret’s College encourages students and staff to discover their passions and be the very best they can be.

The Role

The position of Deputy Head of Senior School (Curriculum and Assessment) is responsible for ensuring the curriculum, assessment and reporting practices of the Senior School inspire high levels of engagement, achievement and progress for students in Years 11 to 13. We are a dual pathways school and this role incorporates the position of NZQA Principal's Nominee as well as supporting the IB Coordinator in overseeing IB curriculum and practices.

The successful candidate will report to the Head of Senior School, working within the strategic priorities of the College to ensure that the achievement and wellbeing of students and teachers are of the highest standards.

This senior role will also incorporate a teaching component. Please state your teaching subjects when applying.

A Position Description is available on our website: https://stmargarets.school.nz/explore-our-college/meet-our-people/work-at-smc/. To apply, please send your CV and application letter by email to Sian Evans, Head of Senior School at recruitment@stmargarets.school.nz

Applications close at 4.00pm on Monday 10 October 2022.

 

Assistant Principal

About us

ACG Strathallan is proud to be the leading independent school in South Auckland. Our core focus is on teaching and learning; however, we offer our students sports, culture, music, and leadership opportunities to complement their academic achievements. We support our students to be the best they can be.

 

The Role

ACG Strathallan is after a permanent, fulltime Assistant Principal to join our senior leadership team from Jan 2023. An rare opportunity exists for an enthusiastic and experienced educational leader to complement our existing senior leadership team in supporting the achievement of excellent outcomes for our students. The successful applicant will be highly motivated, with proven leadership, organisational and interpersonal skills. You will have responsibility for daily operations, staff professional learning and development, the house system and other duties as negotiated. Please state your subject specialism.

Equal Opportunity Employer

We are a proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We will consider applications from all suitably qualified individuals regardless of gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, religion, age, marital status, disability, family responsibilities or natural origin.

 

For further information about ACG Strathallan please visit www.acgedu.com.

Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.

Please apply online by visiting: https://hr.acgedu.com/positions/10768

Closing date: 21 October 2022

 

Deputy Principal

About us

ACG Strathallan is proud to be the leading independent school in South Auckland. Our core focus is on teaching and learning; however, we offer our students sports, culture, music, and leadership opportunities to complement their academic achievements. We support our students to be the best they can be.

The Role

ACG Strathallan is seeking a permanent, fulltime Deputy Principal to join our wonderful senior leadership team in Jan 2023. A rare opportunity exists for an enthusiastic and experienced educational leader to complement our existing senior leadership team in supporting the achievement of excellent outcomes for our students. The successful applicant will be highly motivated, with proven leadership, organisational and interpersonal skills. You will have responsibility for pastoral care and student wellbeing, student support services and other duties as negotiated. Please state your subject specialism.

Equal Opportunity Employer

We are a proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We will consider applications from all suitably qualified individuals regardless of gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, religion, age, marital status, disability, family responsibilities or natural origin.

 

For further information about ACG Strathallan please visit www.acgedu.com.

Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.

Please apply online by visiting: https://hr.acgedu.com/positions/10793

Closing date: 21 October 2022

 

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Head of Department roles

Head of Faculty for Science

Permanent Full-Time Position

St Margaret's College offers a unique education for girls from Year 0 through to Year

13 for boarding and day girls. We have a dual pathway with NCEA and the International Baccalaureate Diploma programme and a strong emphasis on wellbeing and pastoral care as well as academic success. With a commitment to holistic education, balancing academic excellence with a multitude of co-curricular opportunities, St Margaret’s College encourages students and staff to discover their passions and be the very best they can be.

The Role

We are currently seeking a motivated and enthusiastic Head of Faculty for Science. The Head of Faculty for Science will ensure innovation, excellence and consistency between courses offered in the faculty and maintain a meaningful progressive curriculum from Year 7 to Year 13. The Head of Faculty will teach in the faculty and be responsible for faculty wide teaching and learning through professional curriculum knowledge, assessment and reporting.

Applicants must be able to start in mid-January 2023, and have knowledge of and experience with the New Zealand Curriculum and managing a team. They must commit to the vision and values of the College and demonstrate a commitment to be part of a well-resourced and supportive environment with motivated students who are keen to learn.

A Position Description is available on our website: https://stmargarets.school.nz/explore-our-college/meet-our-people/work-at-smc/. To apply, please send your CV and application letter by email to Stacey Rod, Head of Faculty for Science at recruitment@stmargarets.school.nz

Applications close at 4.00pm on Monday 10 October 2022.

 

Head of Faculty – Social Sciences

Full time, Permanent

St Peter’s, Cambridge is an outstanding independent Year 7-13 co-educational school, with a growing roll currently at 1200 students. St Peter’s offers world class facilities situated in a unique environment and is “home” for over 350 boarders. We are proud to be one of New Zealand’s leading high performing independent schools offering a quality education based on strong Christian values alongside a bespoke wellbeing curriculum. We offer a range of staff professional learning options and career development, including an effective growth coaching programme.

At St Peter’s, we strive for academic excellence. With a reputation for high level of achievement across a range of areas, we are looking for an outstanding teacher and leader to join our vibrant and well-resourced Social Sciences faculty which offers NCEA and International Baccalaureate pathways. The Social Sciences faculty is large and diverse, with quality teachers.

You will be a highly motivated educator with proven leadership, and strong interpersonal skills.  You will also be well organised and innovative in your approach to both classroom pedagogy, and leadership.

Applications are welcome from candidates that can teach up to NCEA Level 3. The ability to teach International Baccalaureate (IB) is a strong advantage.

This exciting role requires a passion for teaching Social Sciences as well as exceptional relationship building and communication skills. An experienced teacher, you will also be a true people leader, who models resilience, innovation and empathy.  Experience with teacher-led inquires and coaching is important.

You will also enjoy the benefits of working at a high-profile school. We have world class facilities in a 100-acre campus that is beautifully landscaped and a pleasure to work in.

We offer generous salaries above state rates and a significant benefit

package to successful applicants.

St Peter’s School, Cambridge is a child safe school.

Position to commence Term 1 2023

Applications close at 12pm October 14 2022

Please include a covering letter, and CV with details of three referees.

To apply please click https://adr.to/77q5y

www.stpeters.school.nz

 

HoD History (M/U negotiable)

Scots College is seeking a talented and motivated educator to lead our progressive, forward-thinking, and innovative History Department across the Senior School (Years 11-13) as well as teaching social sciences in the Middle School (Years 7-10). The candidate will have an innovative pedagogical approach and be dedicated to developing progressive and dynamic programmes of work that cater to enquiry-based future-focused learning.

Scots College is a co-educational IB World School in the Eastern suburbs of Wellington, New Zealand and is comprised of three schools in one; Junior (Years 1-6), Middle (Years 7-10) and Senior (Years 11-13). We offer a vibrant learning environment and innovative facilities/teaching spaces for our students and recognise that working in groups, thinking critically and solving problems are just as important as the knowledge we give them. At Scots, a future focused education equips each student to thrive now and, in their futures, to learn. For life.

Scots College offers dual pathway options for its senior students, delivering both NCEA and the IB Diploma.  We are also fully authorised for the delivery of the Middle Years and the Primary Years Programmes.  Experience teaching the MYP and/or Diploma Programme would be advantageous although training will be provided.

To apply for this position, you will have had experience in the development and delivery of a History curriculum.  You will be supportive of our Future Focused Learning goals, be involved in many aspects of College life and pursue excellence in all you do.

Applicants should:

  • be progressive, forward thinking and innovative in their teaching
  • have a clear vision of how to advance History to ensure that it remains at the leading edge of education and relevant to societal changes.
  • a commitment to implementing and supporting Aotearoa New Zealand Histories within the Middle School
  • possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • have experience in leading a curriculum area and the ability and a willingness to push this to the next level
  • be able to demonstrate a passion for education so that students thrive and do the best they possibly can
  • be able to contribute to and be supportive of new ideas and focused change
  • have the ability to inspire, manage and motivate young people
  • be a participating and contributing team player within a dynamic environment
  • be supportive of student wellbeing which is paramount across the College
  • show a commitment to our special character and co-curricular programmes

If you are motivated by the prospect of being a part of a dynamic teaching environment and would enjoy the challenges of this exciting role, then we would be delighted to hear from you.  This is a permanent appointment commencing in time for the start of Term 1, January 2023.

Applications close on Friday 7 October 2022.  Your application is to comprise a covering letter, and current CV, stating specialist teaching subject/s and the names of at least three referees (referees will not be contacted without your permission).  Applications are to be submitted electronically to

Claire Hinton

Human Resources Manager

Tel. 04 388 0854

PO Box 15 064, Miramar

Wellington 6243

hintonc@scotscollege.school.nz                               

http://www.scotscollege.school.nz/about-us/careers-at-scots-college

 

Teacher in Charge (TIC) Media Studies (1MU) 

Full-time, permanent position, commencing Thursday 26 January 2023. 

St Andrew’s College is recognised for our comprehensive curriculum and commitment to innovative practice in a rapidly changing environment. We balance our teaching and learning between a traditional and creative approach and seek staff who embrace change and new ideas.

We have an opportunity for an outstanding classroom teacher to lead the Media Studies programme. Experience with student film and or journalism and or TV production will be a significant advantage. Join an innovative, dynamic school with first-class facilities which includes a fully equipped TV studio and technician support. The College is committed to the ongoing professional development of its staff and offers significant benefits and a uniquely supportive working environment.

Applicants should state supporting subjects. 

Applications close 9.00am, Friday 14 October 2022.

For more information please contact Evert van Florenstein, Head of Secondary School, on +64 3 940 2013 or email EVA@stac.school.nz 

Application packs are available here: https://stac.nz/TICMediaStudies 

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Assistant Head of Department roles

 No current vacancies

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Director of Department roles

Director of International Students

Permanent full-time position

QMC is recruiting for a DYNAMIC professional who will join the Engagement and Communications Team as the Director of International Students. The Director of International Students is responsible for the strategic management and enrolments of the International Students Programme and is responsible for the international students' pastoral and academic needs.

New Zealand passport at the ready, it is time to take to the sky again and travel abroad to build relationships with international families and agents. The ideal candidate will represent QMC authentically and carry out all aspects of the role with efficiency; this could be an educator or marketing professional.

The role

The core duties within the role are varied and sit under six essential components. Request the Job description for full details.

  1. Pastoral Care
  2. Secure international enrolments
  3. Agents
  4. Marketing
  5. Compliance
  6. Exchange Programme

Desirable skills/ experience

  • High levels of integrity and professionalism.
  • Ability to relate to a diverse range of stakeholders including students, school staff, parents, caregivers, education agents and commercial suppliers.
  • Considerable cultural intelligence and competency.
  • Superior written and oral communication skills.
  • Highly organised with the ability to manage multiple projects.
  • Exceptional people skills.
  • Familiarity with New Zealand schooling and curriculum and be able to explain these to prospective families and agents.
  • Ability to travel internationally to market and promote the college.

For a full Job Description email the Principal's Assistant at principals.assistant@qmc.school.nz.

How to apply

Applications close at midday on Thursday 6th October 2022.

Send your curriculum vitae and a cover letter to principals.assistant@qmc.school.nz

As entry requirements for international students begin to ease, we are eager to fill this position and will be undertaking a continuous interview process as applications are received, so don't delay sending through your application.

Queen Margaret College – it all starts here!

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Programme Co-ordinator roles

No current vacancies

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Teaching – Primary, Middle and Secondary Schools roles

English and Humanities Teacher 2023

We are seeking an inspired and passionate teacher to join our English and Humanities teaching team for Years 7 - 13. Experience teaching IB is preferred along with a strong understanding of the NCEA and NZC.

You must have:

  • An enthusiasm for learning and high expectations of students
  • Willingness to build positive relationships and collaborate
  • Familiarity with technology in a learning environment
  • A supportive attitude towards student wellbeing
  • Strong organisational skills
  • A reputation as an outstanding classroom teacher
  • A desire to be part of a world class learning environment

As an IB World school, QMC offers small class sizes, an attractive remuneration package, strong professional development and a supportive community. All staff are required to play an active role as a tutor teacher and in the extracurricular life of the school.

Whakataukī o te Kura: Māku ngā tāngata e tautoko ki taku taha, māku ngā tāngata e manaaki ki muri nei. I will support those by my side, I will protect those behind me.

If you want to be part of Wellington’s leading independent girls’ school and teach highly engaged students, send your CV, cover letter and application form to the Principal’s Assistant principals.assistant@qmc.school.nz by Thursday 6th October 2022.

 

Te Reo Kaiako/Kaiārahi

Permanent position

E ngā kaiako Reo Māori e kaha ana ki te whakawhanake i ngā mātauranga Māori o te hapori nei. Nau mai, haere mai.

We have an exciting opportunity for a te reo Māori kaiako (who can teach up to NCEA Level 3) and will fill the role of Kaiārahi (Māori and Pasifika students’ mentor). Our wish is to continue to build strong partnerships and care for our learners holistically. If you are motivated, enthusiastic, and ready to prepare our ākonga for their next step, we want to hear from you.

Our college is Wellington’s leading independent girls’ kura, providing a world-class education for Y1-Y13, with a boarding facility and a coeducational preschool onsite. Our kura is built on the QMC values of kia māia, manaaki tētahi ki tētahi, he manawa tītī, ngākau pono and kia marae and offers excellent class sizes, strong professional development, and a supportive community.

The College offers an attractive salary package with opportunities for professional development. Kaiako are required to play an active part in the extra-curricular life of the kura.

The successful applicant will be working with a supportive and successful team who strive to create an exciting and innovative learning environment for all our ākonga. E waka eke noa.

Whakataukī o te Kura: Māku ngā tāngata e tautoko ki taku taha, māku ngā tāngata e manaaki ki muri nei. I will support those by my side, I will protect those behind me.

Please email your CV and application form to the Principals PA, principals.assistant@qmc.school.nz.

Applications close Thursday 6 October.

 

TEACHER IN CHARGE OF DRAMA

Permanent position starting Term 1, 2023

We are searching for an experienced Drama teacher to join our staff in the Arts faculty and to lead Drama in our College. Our exciting drama programme is taught from Years 7 to 10 as part of the IB Middle Years Programme, then NCEA levels 1, 2,and 3 or IB Diploma Theatre in Years 12 and 13. Students take part in performances and productions as well as compete in the Sheilah Winn Shakespeare Festival. IB knowledge and experience is desirable but not essential as training will be provided.

Queen Margaret College is Wellington’s leading independent girls’ school, providing a world class education for girls from Year 1–13, with a boarding facility and a co-educational Preschool onsite. Our students are empowered to live, learn and lead in our holistic environment, which provides ample opportunities in leadership, sport and cultural activities. Although our school is built on the values of Presbyterianism, we welcome girls from all religions and backgrounds.

We believe in the importance of girls’ education. Our College is small enough to ensure every girl is appreciated as an individual but sufficiently large enough to offer a full range of subjects, along with a range of sporting and cultural activities.

Please email your CV and application form to the Principal’s PA, principals.assistant@qmc.school.nz

Applications close Thursday 6 October.

 

Preschool Teacher

Chilton Saint James School is a high-performing independent girls' day school from Years 1–13 with a co-educational Preschool for girls and boys from the age of 2.  We are based in Lower Hutt and serve the wider Wellington region.

At Chilton Saint James Preschool we support children's well-being and learning, with a focus on the development of foundation skills to support successful transitions into primary school.   

We are looking for a qualified teacher to join our experienced and dedicated team, starting full-time in January 2023. The successful applicant will have a passion for providing young children with high-quality early education, and possess the following skills and attributes:    

  • Excellent communication skills
  • Motivation and energy
  • Knowledge and understanding of Te Whāriki curriculum framework
  • A flexible team player with a can-do attitude
  • Understanding of planning, assessment and evaluation processes for children’s learning

In return, Chilton Saint James offers a highly supportive culture, small class sizes, engaged learners and ongoing professional development.

Please send your application along with a covering letter and CV to:

Dana Guisasola - Executive Support at Chilton Saint James School
execsupport@chilton.school.nz
(04) 570 4030

Applications close on Wednesday 12 October. For further information about our school please visit www.chilton.school.nz.

 

Mathematics Teacher 2023

Permanent position starting Term 1 2023

Elevate your teaching career by joining the dynamic team at Queen Margaret College, Wellington’s leading independent girls’ school.

We seek a highly skilled Mathematics Teacher who posseses the drive to deliver a stimulating learning and teaching programme that will enable every QMC student to live, learn and lead adventurously.

Requirements

  • Degree in Mathematics or a Mathematics-related subject
  • Excel at teaching statistics
  • Familiarity with technology
  • An enthusiasm for learning and high expectations of students
  • Willing to lift barriers to diversity and inclusiveness
  • Integrity, courage, resilience, respect, generosity
  • NZ registered

Desirable

  • Be familiar with or have experience in the International Baccalaureate (IB) Programmes
  • Experience in NCEA and the NZC

Interesting fact: the Head of Learning Area (Mathematics) is an avid rower who eagerly heads up the QMC Rowing Programme. Our students are not the only ones who get to follow their passions.

How to apply

Email the documents below to principals.assistant@qmc.school.nz

  • curriculum vitae
  • cover letter - state co-curricular strengths and other subjects of teaching interest
  • application form (email assistant@qmc.school.nz to request)

We are eager for the right person to join the team and will be undertaking a continuous interview process as applications are received, so don't delay sending through your application.

Applications close Thursday 6 October.

Queen Margaret College – it all starts here!

Science: Biology

Queen Margaret College is Wellington's leading independent school for girls. We are an International Baccalaureate World School offering the PYP, MYP, and Diploma Programme as well as the NCEA.

The College is a modern, vibrant, forward-focused school with a heritage of over 100 years. Our school's founders believed the school's purpose was to provide the best education possible. Their vision is as powerful today as it was in 1919 when the Science Laboratory was a bench in the centre of the Conservatory with a single sink and tap.

We are seeking an inspired and passionate Biology Teacher, ready to be part of a school where high expectations, risk-taking, and collaboration are the norm. Our science department is future-focused, and we work hard to understand and act on the impact we are having on our learners.

The successful candidate will be a dedicated teacher of Year 7 to 13 Biology and Science, preferably with experience in both NCEA and International Baccalaureate (IB), and also Junior Science. Environmental Systems and Societies as an additional subject would be an advantage.

This permanent full-time position will start Term 1 2023. You will have New Zealand teacher registration or be working towards it.

We are eager for the right person to join the team.

Applications close Thursday 6 October.

Send your curriculum vitae and a cover letter to principals.assistant@qmc.school.nz

Queen Margaret College – it all starts here!

 

Junior School Teacher 

Start 2023

Our college is Wellington’s leading independent girls’ school, providing a world-class education for girls from Y1-Y13, with a boarding facility and a coeducational preschool onsite. Our school is built on the QMC values of integrity, courage, respect, resilience, and generosity and offers excellent class sizes, strong professional development, and a supportive community.

We have an exciting opportunity for a NZ registered teacher to join the Primary School. If you are motivated, enthusiastic, and ready to prepare our students for their next step, we want to hear from you.

QMC is an International Baccalaureate School. Experience in PYP is an advantage, but not essential.

The College offers an attractive salary package with opportunities for professional development. Teachers are required to play an active part in the extra-curricular life of the school.

The successful applicant will be working with a supportive and successful team who strives to create an exciting and innovative learning environment for all our girls.

Please email your CV, covering letter and application form (you can get from the Principals PA) to principals.assistant@qmc.school.nz.

Applications close 7th October 2022

Teacher of Year 7/8

Full time, Permanent

St Peter’s, Cambridge is an outstanding independent Year 7-13 co-educational school, with a growing roll currently at 1200 students. St Peter’s offers world class facilities situated in a unique environment and is “home” for over 350 boarders. We are proud to be one of New Zealand’s leading high performing independent schools offering a quality education based on strong Christian values alongside a bespoke wellbeing curriculum. We offer a range of staff professional learning options and career development, including an effective growth coaching programme.

We are seeking applications from candidates that can teach year 7 or 8. We require an outstanding classroom practitioner with strengths in Numeracy and Literacy to teach in Year 7 or Year 8. Collaboration and an understanding of how to effectively use technology in the classroom is essential. The ability to demonstrate excellent classroom management techniques and differentiated lessons would be advantageous. The ability and willingness to also support Co-curricular activities at the school would be advantageous. Please list all other skills and curriculum strengths on your C.V.

  • We have approximately 230 students in Year 7 and 8
  • Access to excellent facilities and specialist teachers
  • You will teach in a modern and well-resourced classroom environment
  • We offer small class sizes, with enthusiastic and motivated learners
  • We are looking for hard-working, inspirational teachers who are collaborative in their approach to teaching and want to be part of a fun and energetic team

At St Peter’s we have an exceptional work environment in beautifully landscaped grounds. We offer excellent employment benefits including access to our gym and pool facilities, staff lunches, excellent employer contribution to KiwiSaver and a culture which values excellence.  You will work in a collaborative team who are committed to making a difference in the lives of young people. St Peter’s School Cambridge is a child safe school.
We may interview shortlisted candidates for this role prior to the closing date.
  
Position to commence Term 1 2023

Applications close at 12pm October 7 2022

Please include a covering letter, and CV with details of three referees.

To apply please click https://adr.to/ixrny

www.stpeters.school.nz

 

Physics teacher

  • Commencing January 2023
  • Permanent, full-time
  • Potential Curriculum leadership units
  • Albany location with park-like grounds

The opportunity | Te Whiwhinga mahi 

Kristin School is a co-educational, non-denominational, independent school on Auckland’s North Shore. It provides education for more than 1800 students from Early Learning to Year 13, with dual pathways through NCEA and the International Baccalaureate programme.

We are seeking an inspiring Kaiako to teach Physics and Science across Year 7-13. There is potential curriculum leadership responsibility for the right candidate. Science teachers are supported by a team of highly skilled technicians and all teachers are provided on-going professional learning and development. Training in the IB or NCEA curriculum is provided.

Important Skills | Nga Pūkenga Motuhake 

This role requires an experienced teacher who is knowledgeable in their curricular, passionate about innovative student initiatives, tech savvy and committed to Kristin’s values; “Progress with vision, integrity and love”. You will be committed to our School's co-curricular programme and camp week. 

What we offer | Ngā āhuatanga kei a mātou

Kristin provides a highly competitive salary above the state scale in addition to:

  • Small class sizes
  • Highly engaged students
  • Supportive and welcoming faculty and community
  • Well-resourced and amazing facilities
  • Supportive induction and orientation programme.

How to apply | Me pēhea te tuku tono 

Please apply online at www.kristincareers.nz by completing your application form and attaching your CV and covering letter.  Please do not email your application.

Applications close Friday 7 October 2022.

French teacher

  • Full-time commencing January 2023
  • 1-year fixed term
  • Albany location with park-like grounds

The opportunity | Te Whiwhinga mahi 

Kristin School is a co-educational, non-denominational, independent school on Auckland’s North Shore. It provides education for more than 1800 students from Early Learning to Year 13, with dual pathways through NCEA and the International Baccalaureate programme.

We are seeking an inspiring kaiako to teach French and English Language Acquisition (ESOL) in our Middle and Senior Schools for year 7-13. This role is fixed term for 2023 to cover a teacher on special leave. Knowledge of IB would be advantageous, however training is provided.

Important Skills | Nga Pūkenga Motuhake 

This role requires a native French speaker with their NZ teacher registration, who is knowledgeable in their curriculum, passionate about innovative student initiatives, tech savvy and committed to Kristin’s values; “Progress with vision, integrity and love”. You will be committed to Kristin’s co-curricular programme and camp week.

What we offer | Ngā āhuatanga kei a mātou

Kristin provides a highly competitive salary above the state scale in addition to:

  • Small class sizes
  • Highly engaged students
  • Supportive and welcoming faculty and community
  • Committed to your professional development
  • Well-resourced and amazing facilities.

How to apply | Me pēhea te tuku tono 

Please apply online at www.kristincareers.nz by completing your application form and attaching your CV and covering letter.  Please do not email your application.

Applications close Friday 7 October 2022.

Mathematics  Teacher

One-year Fixed Term

St Margaret's College offers a unique education for girls from Year 0 through to Year

13 for boarding and day girls. We have a dual pathway with NCEA and the International Baccalaureate Diploma programme and a strong emphasis on wellbeing and pastoral care as well as academic success. With a commitment to holistic education, balancing academic excellence with a multitude of co-curricular opportunities, St Margaret’s College encourages students and staff to discover their passions and be the very best they can be.

The Role

We are currently seeking a motivated and enthusiastic Mathematics teacher for one- year fixed term. The Mathematics Teacher needs to meet and extend the needs of their learners through strong pedagogical practice including digital technology, blended learning and differentiation. Knowledge or experience of statistics is an advantage.

Applicants must be able to start on 20 January 2023, and have knowledge of and experience with the New Zealand Curriculum. They must commit to the vision and values of the College and demonstrate a commitment to be part of a well-resourced and supportive environment with motivated students who are keen to learn.

A Position Description is available on our website: https://stmargarets.school.nz/explore-our-college/meet-our-people/work-at-smc/. To apply, please send your CV and application letter by email to Tamara Lerios, Head of Mathematics Faculty at recruitment@stmargarets.school.nz

Applications close at 4.00pm on 10 October 2022.

Mathematics  Teacher

Permanent Full-Time Position

St Margaret's College offers a unique education for girls from Year 0 through to Year

13 for boarding and day girls. We have a dual pathway with NCEA and the International Baccalaureate Diploma programme and a strong emphasis on wellbeing and pastoral care as well as academic success. With a commitment to holistic education, balancing academic excellence with a multitude of co-curricular opportunities, St Margaret’s College encourages students and staff to discover their passions and be the very best they can be.

The Role

We are currently seeking a motivated and enthusiastic Mathematics teacher. The Mathematics Teacher needs to meet and extend the needs of their learners through strong pedagogical practice including digital technology, blended learning and differentiation. Knowledge or experience of Level 2 and 3 statistics is highly desired.

Applicants must be able to start on start of Term 1 2023, and have knowledge of and experience with the New Zealand Curriculum. They must commit to the vision and values of the College and demonstrate a commitment to be part of a well-resourced and supportive environment with motivated students who are keen to learn.

A Position Description is available on our website: https://stmargarets.school.nz/explore-our-college/meet-our-people/work-at-smc/. To apply, please send your CV and application letter by email to Tamara Lerios, Head of Mathematics Faculty at recruitment@stmargarets.school.nz

Applications close at 4.00pm on Monday 10 October 2022.

Chinese Teacher and Curriculum Leader (Time allowance)

Permanent part-time with potential for full-time in other subjects

St Margaret's College offers a unique education for girls from Year 0 through to Year 13 for boarding and day girls. We have a dual pathway with NCEA and the International Baccalaureate Diploma programme and a strong emphasis on wellbeing and pastoral care as well as academic success. With a commitment to holistic education, balancing academic excellence with a multitude of co-curricular opportunities, St Margaret’s College encourages students and staff to discover their passions and be the very best they can be.

The Role

We are currently seeking a motivated and enthusiastic part-time Chinese teacher and a curriculum leader for Chinese language (time allowance offered). Chinese is offered to Years 1 to 13 and has the potential to be full-time depending on the candidate's other teaching subjects and experience. The role also includes the position of Manager of the Confucius classroom.

The ideal candidate will meet and extend the needs of their learners through strong pedagogical practice including digital technology, blended learning, and differentiation. Knowledge or experience of the IB diploma programme is an advantage.

Applicants must be able to start on Term 1, 2023, and have knowledge of and experience with the New Zealand Curriculum. They must commit to the vision and values of the College and demonstrate a commitment to being part of a well-resourced and supportive environment with motivated students who are keen to learn.

A Position Description is available on our website: https://stmargarets.school.nz/explore-our-college/meet-our-people/work-at-smc/.   To apply, please send your CV and application letter by email to Stefanie Hossbach, Head of Language Faculty at recruitment@stmargarets.school.nz

Applications close at 4.00pm on Monday 10 October 2022.

Biology and Curriculum Leader Teacher

Full-time Permanent

St Margaret's College offers a unique education for girls from Year 0 through to Year

13 for boarding and day girls. We have a dual pathway with NCEA and the International Baccalaureate Diploma programme and a strong emphasis on wellbeing and pastoral care as well as academic success. With a commitment to holistic education, balancing academic excellence with a multitude of co-curricular opportunities, St Margaret’s College encourages students and staff to discover their passions and be the very best they can be.

The Role

We are currently seeking a motivated and enthusiastic Biology Teacher and Curriculum Leader of Biology. The Curriculum Leader of Biology will have experience in managing a team and maintain a meaningful progressive Senior Biology curriculum, including Year 11 Foundation Diploma, Level 2/3 NCEA, International Baccalaureate and Scholarship, through professional curriculum knowledge, resource development, assessment, and reporting. The teacher needs to meet and extend the needs of their learners through strong pedagogical practice including digital technology, blended learning, and differentiation.

Applicants must be able to start on Term 1 2023, and have knowledge of and experience with the New Zealand Curriculum and, preferably some familiarity with the IB syllabus.. They must commit to the vision and values of the College and demonstrate a commitment to be part of a well-resourced and supportive environment with motivated students who are keen to learn.

A Position Description is available on our website: https://stmargarets.school.nz/explore-our-college/meet-our-people/work-at-smc/. To apply, please send your CV and application letter by email to Stacey Rod, Head of Science Faculty at recruitment@stmargarets.school.nz

Applications close at 4.00pm on Monday 10 October 2022.

Physics Teacher

Full-Time Fixed Term (Parental leave)

St Margaret's College offers a unique education for girls from Year 0 through to Year

13 for boarding and day girls. We have a dual pathway with NCEA and the International Baccalaureate Diploma programme and a strong emphasis on wellbeing and pastoral care as well as academic success. With a commitment to holistic education, balancing academic excellence with a multitude of co-curricular opportunities, St Margaret’s College encourages students and staff to discover their passions and be the very best they can be.

The Role

We are currently seeking a motivated and enthusiastic Physics Teacher for parental leave to teach from Year 7 to 13. The teacher needs to meet and extend the needs of their learners through strong pedagogical practice including digital technology, blended learning and differentiation.

Applicants must be able to start on 20 January 2023 and work through to 7 December 2023 for a fixed term parental leave period, and have knowledge of and experience with the New Zealand Curriculum. They must commit to the vision and values of the College and demonstrate a commitment to be part of a well-resourced and supportive environment with motivated students who are keen to learn.

A Position Description is available on our website: https://stmargarets.school.nz/explore-our-college/meet-our-people/work-at-smc/. To apply, please send your CV and application letter by email to Stacey Rod, Head of Science Faculty at recruitment@stmargarets.school.nz

Applications close at 4.00pm on Monday 10 October 2022.

 

Chilton Saint James School is a high performing independent girls' day school from Years 1–13 with a co-educational Preschool for girls and boys from the age of 2.  We are based in Lower Hutt and serve the wider Wellington region.

We are seeking a passionate Primary School teacher to teach our Year 2 class commencing Term 1 2023.  We teach the New Zealand Curriculum.  The ideal candidate will:

  • Have a strong foundation in teaching numeracy and literacy.
  • Possess the ability to use assessment data to inform teaching in order to create tangible outcomes for learners.
  • Have knowledge of how to draw the best out of students and differentiate their teaching.
  • Have a focus on pedagogy which is reflective of the culture and identity of the learners.
  • Be a team player and go the ‘extra mile’ to contribute to the positive atmosphere of our school.
  • Have strong communication skills and be able to work with staff, students and families to ensure the best outcomes for learners.
  • Be highly organised and have the ability to meet deadlines.
  • Have a focus on building resilient learners.
  • Understanding the role of pastoral care and student wellbeing being every teacher's responsibility.

In return Chilton Saint James offers a highly supportive culture, small class sizes, engaged learners and ongoing professional development.

Please send your application along with a covering letter and CV to:

Dana Guisasola - Executive Support at Chilton Saint James School
execsupport@chilton.school.nz
(04) 570 4030

Applications close on Friday 7 October.  For further information about our school please visit www.chilton.school.nz.

 

Mathematics Teacher

St Andrew’s College is recognised for our comprehensive curriculum and commitment to innovative practice in a rapidly changing environment. We balance our teaching and learning between a traditional and creative approach and seek staff who embrace change and new ideas. We seek a highly skilled and motivated educator to join our high performing Mathematics Department. The school promotes and enjoys a collaborative and supportive culture which envisages innovative and reflective teaching practice. The College is committed to the ongoing professional development of its staff and supports staff to develop leadership skills in curriculum and pedagogy.

Please state co-curricular strengths.

Full-time, permanent position, commencing Thursday 26 January 2023.

Applications for this position close 9.00am, Friday 14 October 2022.

For further information please contact Evert van Florenstein, Head of Secondary School, on 03 940-2013 or email eva@stac.school.nz.

Application packs are available from the College website - stac.nz/MathematicsTeacher or by emailing Barbara Moore, PA to Head of Secondary School on hosspa@stac.school.nz.

Food and Nutrition / Food Technology teacher 

Full time, permanent commencing January, 2023 

Secondary (Years 7–13)  

At Marsden we seek an enthusiastic and innovative Food and Nutrition, and Food Technology teacher to join our vibrant Technology department. Marsden is an independent school for girls in Wellington with a school culture of excellence and an emphasis on student and staff wellbeing. The ideal applicant will have digital skills, enjoy working collaboratively and challenge our students to think critically and creatively. 

Confidence and skills to teach from Years 7 to 13 is sought.  

A detailed position description is available on our website www.marsden.school.nz 

To apply for the position, please send a covering letter together with your CV to the Principal at email:  employment@marsden.school.nz   

Applications will close on 7 October 2022 at 4.00pm. 

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Accounting and Curriculum Leader Teacher

Full-Time Fixed Term (Parental leave) possibility of Part-time if required

St Margaret's College offers a unique education for girls from Year 0 through to Year

13 for boarding and day girls. We have a dual pathway with NCEA and the International Baccalaureate Diploma programme and a strong emphasis on wellbeing and pastoral care as well as academic success. With a commitment to holistic education, balancing academic excellence with a multitude of co-curricular opportunities, St Margaret’s College encourages students and staff to discover their passions and be the very best they can be.

The Role

We are currently seeking a motivated and enthusiastic Accounting Teacher and curriculum leader to teach from Year 9 to 13. The teacher needs to meet and extend the needs of their learners through strong pedagogical practice including digital technology, blended learning, and differentiation. Knowledge or experience of Business studies and/or Social studies is an advantage.

Applicants must be able to start on 20 January 2023 and work through to 8 December 2023 for a fixed term parental leave period, and have knowledge of and experience with the New Zealand Curriculum. They must commit to the vision and values of the College and demonstrate a commitment to be part of a well-resourced and supportive environment with motivated students who are keen to learn.

A Position Description is available on our website: https://stmargarets.school.nz/explore-our-college/meet-our-people/work-at-smc/. To apply, please send your CV and application letter by email to Chris Walker, Head of Humanities faculty at recruitment@stmargarets.school.nz

Applications close at 4.00pm on Monday 10 October 2022.

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Maintenance roles

SCOTS COLLEGE MAINTENANCE – CLEANERS/CLEANING TEAM

Scots College is looking for a new addition to its Maintenance Team.  The successful candidate will bring can-do experience to our unique environment to ensure that our facilities and surroundings are always presented well for our students, staff, visitors and facilities users.

Scots College is currently looking for another full time cleaner for afternoon/evening work on weekdays.  Some level of flexibility is required as while there are hours set, they may sometimes vary depending on the bookings of our facilities and the needs of the College generally. If you have cleaning experience and are looking to continue working in this sector, then this could be the role for you.

If you were successful in being appointed to this position, you can expect to be paid above the minimum wage. The Christmas/New Year period is the best time to take your annual holidays, so you get to spend this time with your families!

Scots College is a co-educational IB World School in Wellington, comprised of three schools in one; Junior (1-6), Middle (7-10) and Senior (11-13). We offer a vibrant learning environment for our students and recognise that working in groups, thinking critically and solving problems are just as important as the knowledge we give them. At Scots, a future focused education equips each student to thrive now and, in their futures, to learn. For life.

“Person Profile” of the Successful Candidates:

Having had experience in a similar role, you will be reliable and hard-working, as well as capable of managing the physical aspects of this work.  You must be able to demonstrate:

  • Experience in the cleaning industry, preferably in a school or educational institution, although this is not essential
  • Good referee reports
  • A proactive approach to your work
  • The energy to be able to go the extra mile
  • Good communication skills and the ability to fit in with a good-natured team that works well together
  • A strong health and safety focus
  • An eye for being able to spot the little things that make a big difference
  • A work history which shows your reliability and honesty
  • The ability to work alone or alongside others, as required
  • A clean police vet and NZ residency or a valid NZ work permit
  • Evidence of being fully vaccinated for Covid-19

If you tick all of the above boxes, are happy to offer some flexibility, and are looking for a role in which to utilise the above skills, please to send us your application.

This vacancy will close once the position is filled.  Applications are to comprise a covering letter and current CV (including the names of at least two referees).  Please state all your previous work experience. Applications are to be submitted electronically by e-mail to:

Claire Hinton

Human Resources Manager

Tel. 04 388 0854

PO Box 15 064, Miramar

Wellington 6243

hintonc@scotscollege.school.nz


www.scotscollege.school.nz

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