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Principal roles

 

Assistant Principal (Data) - St Andrew's College, Christchurch
 

Full time, permanent position 5MU
Commencing: Monday 14 January 2019

St Andrew’s College, the South Island’s only independent co-educational school offering pre-school to Year 13 education, has a long and proud record of academic achievement based on a strong and varied curriculum.

The College’s Secondary School seeks an experienced educator and Assistant Principal who will lead our ‘Data Analysis and Tracking’ initiative. There will also be a special responsibility for timetabling.  St Andrew’s College uses Synergetic (SMS) and Power BI (data display) to track student well-being and achievement. St Andrew’s College has a strong and unique identity, with the aim of preparing students for life beyond school.  The Assistant Principal (Data), will report to the Head of the Secondary School.

Responsibilities include the tracking and monitoring of student academic and pastoral care data, analysing NCEA, enrolment, school leaver, community data, leadership and mentoring of Head of Department’s (HOD’s) in data analysis and overseeing the timetable.

This is an exciting opportunity for an educator seeking to impact positively on the lives of young people and to join a dynamic, forward thinking leadership team.

St Andrew’s College is committed to the ongoing professional development of its staff and offers significant benefits in addition to a supportive working environment.

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 from the link below, College website, or by emailing Barbara Moore, PA to Head of Secondary School on hosspa@stac.school.nz or phone +64 3 940 2013.

Application pack: https://stac.nz/AssistantPrincipal_Data

Applications for this position close 4.00pm, Monday 10 September 2018.

 

Deputy Principal - Teaching and Learning - Wellesley College, Wellington

The college was established in 1914 and is situated in Days Bay, Wellington. We are an independent primary school for boys from Y1–8 and one of New Zealand’s leading schools.

The college has seen significant growth in its roll over the past 10 years. We have amazing staff who cater for our boys outstandingly well.

The successful candidate for the deputy principal – teaching and learning position will have a proven record of success in a leadership role and have exceptional organisational skills and be able to develop excellent relationships with all stakeholders of our community. He/she will be innovative and dynamic and have an excellent understanding of recent pedagogical approaches to teaching and learning. The successful candidate will have well-developed skills in the digital sphere and the ability to advise on matters of primary education.      
For further information please visit our website.

Applications must contain a 1 page cover letter outlining your motivation for this application and your vision for this role.

You must also include a CV outlining your work history, qualifications, skills and attributes (please include 3 referees). Applic

Karen Reid, Principal's EA
611A Marine Dr, Days Bay, Lower Hutt or Box 41-037, Eastbourne, Lower Hutt 5047  
karen@wellesley.school.nz
(04) 562 8030

Download our application form
Job-Application-Form-.pdf

Download our position description
Depurty-Principal-Teaching-and-Learning-Role-Description.pdf

Vacancy link: 
www.wellesley.school.nz  

Applications close 24 August 2018.

 

 

HOD roles

HOD Mathematics - Auckland International College, Auckland

This independent YU - 13 1B World School is seeking a permanent full time HOD of Mathematics starting In July 2019. 

Significant 1B Diploma Maths teaching experience at HL is essential and departmental leadership experience is desirable for this position, preferable in a multicultural setting. Applicants must be registered with the NZ Teachers Council or be able to become registered in the time frame before July 2019. 

A!C is a highly academic school, with a tradition of outstanding academic results and university placements. For example for the last seven years at least one student from the College has been a member of the NZ Mathematics Olympiad team and students score very highly in ICAS Math's and other Math's competitions. 

The students in the College are a joy to work with as they are disciplined, motivated and respectful. You really can teach as the requirement for application of classroom management strategies is minimal. 

As you can see the position is advertised a year in advance to allow the College the time to recruit the right candidate for this crucial middle leadership position. If you are interested in the position please apply with a one page letter of application and current CV with three referees, one of whom should be your current school leader to HR, Michelle Hadley, mhadley@aic.ac.nz. Appropriately qualified and experienced candidates will be contacted immediately for further discussions. 

We welcome expressions of interest in full or part-time positions in all fields. IB professional development is provided to successful applicants without prior IB experience. Applicants must be NZ registered teachers. 

Please send your CV to the Principal at mparry@aic.ac.nz 

Applications close 31 August 2018.

 

Director of Physical Education - King's School, Auckland

If you are a Physical Education Specialist looking for an opportunity to lead Physical Education in an environment where boys are encouraged to take risks in order to maximize their learning and personal growth you can join the team at King’s School whose vision is to develop the individual talents of each boy…for life.

ABOUT YOU:

  • You are passionate about growing and developing boys through physical education;
  • You are a natural leader of both students and staff;
  • You are excited by growing professionally and are keen for leadership growth;
  • You have a degree in Physical Education;
  • You are a positive team player who takes pleasure in the success of the team you work in.            

What it’s like here?

At King’s, we are highly engaged and committed to our own growth as well as the growth of the boys we teach. We work in a rewarding environment where professional development, reflective thinking and creativity are valued, resourced and part of all we do.

What you’ll get

You have an amazing opportunity to be part of King’s School. We work in a beautiful environment with amazing facilities, along with passionate people who all play a part in helping boys to learn and grow. 

This is a rare opportunity and we would love to hear from you if this role sparks your interest. If you would like King’s School to be part of your career journey, let’s chat.

Lucy Ryan, Head of People and Culture, King’s School, Email: l.ryan@kings.school.nz, Phone: 09 282 3273

 

Middle syndicate leader – preparatory school - St Andrew's College, Christchurch

Our school has a long history of academic, cultural and sporting excellence. We are fully invested in creating a learning environment that produces students who are not only high achieving in their school life but are well-rounded thinkers and learners in the world outside school.

We are looking for a teaching and learning practitioner of the highest calibre with leadership skills to match. In this role, you will have leadership and management responsibilities in the upper primary area of the school. 

What you will bring to the role:

  • An engaging teaching and learning approach
  • A sense of pride and passion to your work
  • You will celebrate curiosity and innovation in your students
  • You will be a natural leader of both students and staff
  • A lifelong learning attitude with an open mind to develop professionally as a teacher and leader.

Why teach with us?

Our team is highly engaged and dedicated to the ongoing growth and development of their own teaching and learning, and the development of their students.

The senior management team foster a culture where reflection, professional development and innovation are valued in everyday life at school. 

What you will get:

The benefits and opportunities of being part of a special character, preschool to Y13, coeducational college.

The environment is a state-of-the-art specialist learning centre including spaces designed specifically for art, music, drama and dance, science, technology, speech and drama, instrumental tuition, and learning support.

This is an opportunity to be part of this wonderful school, with passionate people who all play a part in guiding the children to learn and grow.

Remuneration, professional development and other benefits that reflect the role and the standard to which you will work.

If you are looking for an exciting next step in your career, let’s chat.

How to apply

Please send your CV, cover letter and direct enquiries to:

Nina Wright, Consultant
nina.wright@randstad.co.nz
(021) 807 094

Applications close 11 September 2018

 

Head of Social Science - St Andrew's College, Christchurch

Commencing Monday 28 January 2019

St Andrew’s College, the South Island’s only independent co-educational school offering pre-school to Year 13 education, has a long and proud record of academic achievement based on a strong and varied curriculum.

The College’s Secondary School seeks a highly skilled and motivated curriculum leader, with proven classroom and leadership ability, to lead our well-resourced and high performing Social Science Department. A talented and dedicated team of teachers enjoy 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.

As an independent school, St Andrew’s College offers a supportive, inclusive culture which strives to bring out the best in every individual.  We welcome interest from any suitably qualified applicant who is seeking an exciting new opportunity.

Applications close 4.00pm, Monday 17 September 2018. 

For more information please contact Evert van Florenstein, Head of Secondary School, on +64 3 940 2000 extn. 4095 or email EVA@stac.school.nz.

Application packs are available from the link below, the College website or by emailing Barbara Moore, PA to Head of Secondary School, on +64 3 940 2013 or hosspa@stac.school.nz.

Application pack: https://stac.nz/HeadofSocialScience

 

Head of Faculty Commerce and Entrepreneurship - St Peter's School, Cambridge

St Peter’s School in Cambridge is an outstanding Independent Year 7-13 co-educational school, with a growing roll currently at 1130 students. We offer world class facilities situated in a uniquely rural environment and it is “home” for over 450 boarders.

This is a rare opportunity in one of New Zealand’s top schools. This position offers the successful candidate the opportunity to change the face of teaching entrepreneurship in New Zealand Secondary Schools.

Our Business and Entrepreneurial Centre is the hub of innovation and entrepreneurship where ideas beyond the curriculum are created.
The successful applicant will be a proven and successful change maker who is prepared to be creative and innovative.

We would like the successful applicant to start as soon as possible but fully understand that this may be the start of Term 1, 2019.
All applications will be treated in the strictest of confidence.

How to Apply?

Applications by application form, covering letter, and CV, with details of three referees close at noon on Friday 7 September 2018. Please view our website for an application form. http://www.stpeters.school.nz/work

Applications to be sent to the Human Resources Department. Email hr@stpeters.school.nz or post to Private Bag 884, Cambridge, 3450.

 

Teaching roles

 

Teacher/Tutor – Science & Humanities - ACG Parnell, Auckland

About the role:

Science and Humanities, Y7-11, immediate start.  

A successful, dynamic practitioner with either NCEA, IB or CIE experience preferred. However, applications from talented, enthusiastic recent graduates are welcomed.  

ACG Parnell College is a leading independent co-educational school with excellent facilities and a reputation for outstanding educational outcomes. Our teachers benefit from a highly resourced and modern teaching environment, focused students and competitive remuneration well above state rates.

Please apply online at http://hr.acgedu.com

 

Teacher/Tutor - ACG Strathallan, Auckland

About the role:

Part time (0.4 to 0.6 FTE), Fixed contract for 2018, Secondary (Years 7–15), Certificated teacher, commencing Term 1, 2018 

We are looking for an outstanding teacher to join our motivated and vibrant team in the Social Science Department at ACG Strathallan. Ideally you will come from a Social Science background, however English or ESOL experience is also welcome. Experience of teaching Cambridge IGCSE Geography would be an advantage but not essential.  

Applicants should be suitably qualified and prepared to play an active part in the co-curricular and professional life of the school.

Located in Karaka, Auckland, ACG Strathallan is a leading, independent, coeducational school. Our teachers benefit from a highly resourced and modern teaching environment and competitive remuneration.  

Please apply online at http://hr.acgedu.com

 

Mathematics Teacher - Auckland International College

This independent Y11 – 13 IB World School is seeking a part time (approx. 0.4FTE), fixed term teacher of Mathematics starting October 2018.

Significant Maths teaching experience is essential and applicants must be registered with the NZ Education Council.

AIC is a highly academic school, with a tradition of outstanding academic results and university placements. Math’s is a strong favourite of the students here. This position is teaching the IB Mathematical Studies course. This is a ‘Standard Level’ IB mathematics course for those students who will not need significant maths in their future careers or for whom the other Standard or Higher level IB courses would be too challenging.

The students in the College are a joy to work with as they are disciplined, motivated and respectful. You really can teach as the requirement for the application of student management strategies is minimal.

If you are interested in the position please apply with a one page letter of application and current CV with three referees including your current school leader to HR, Michelle Hadley, mhadley@aic.ac.nz

 

Relief Teachers - Christ's College, Canterbury

Christ's College is currently seeking qualified teachers to join our Relief staffing pool.  If you are interested in working in one of New Zealand's leading independent schools we would love to hear from you. 

We are looking for teachers with Physical Education and Health experience to commence immediately.

Please contact Robert Aburn (Assistant Principal) at raburn@christscollege.com or on mobile 027 706 6779.

 

 

Teaching Vacancies - Diocesan School for Girls, Auckland

 

TIC Dance Maternity Cover for 2019

An innovative, dynamic and engaging Dance Teacher is sought for a leadership role with responsibility for the development, implementation and management of dance programmes across years 7-13.  You will contribute to high achievement and a strong performing arts culture within an experienced and supportive team.

Diocesan provides NCEA and International Baccalaureate Diploma pathways to students and promotes wide opportunities for Professional Development.

Applications close on 30 August 2018.

Creative Industries Teacher starting Term 4 2018 

Resourceful and energetic to teach Digital Design including animation to students years 7-13 in our Creative Industries Faculty.  Skills in Maya and Adobe Creative Suite would be an advantage.

Diocesan provides NCEA and International Baccalaureate Diploma pathways to students and promotes wide opportunities for Professional Development.

Applications close on 30 August 2018.

Junior School Teacher

An energetic, enthusiastic and experienced primary-trained classroom teacher is sought for a full time position starting 2019.  An advantage will be an understanding of PYP, inquiry learning experience and be confident in using digital technology to effectively enhance learning.

Diocesan School offers generous remuneration and promotes wide opportunities for professional development.

Applications close on 3 September 2018

Foundation Class Teacher, starting 2019

Early Childhood Teacher with warmth, passion and creativity required for our Foundation Class. We value students engaging in inquiry learning, gaining literacy and numeracy skills and creative expression. Knowledge of the pedagogy of Reggio Emilia an asset. 

Diocesan School offers generous remuneration and promotes wide opportunities for professional development.

Applications close on 3 September 2018

Learning Support Teacher 2018 or 2019 start

Full time with some subject teaching, for an energetic teacher to run gifted programmes and support students across the curriculum as part of our dynamic Centre for the Enhancement of Learning Department. The successful applicant will have GATE experience and show an ability to support the learning of Year 7 – 13 students who learn differently.  Please state teaching subjects and levels in your application.

Applications close on 31 August 2018

How to apply

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

View our website for learn more about our school.

 

Senior School Relief Teachers - Diocesan School for Girls, Auckland

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.

 

Scale A or Senior Teacher - King's School, Auckland              

If you are a Scale A or senior teacher looking for a dynamic learning environment where boys are encouraged to take risks in order to maximise their learning, you can join the team at the school whose vision is to develop the individual talents of each boy…for life.

About you:

  • You bring a sense of pride and passion to your work
  • You value creativity, curiosity and innovation in your students
  • You are excited by growing professionally and developing your pedagogy and practice
  • You are fully qualified
  • You are a positive team player who takes pleasure in the success of the team you work in.     

What it’s like here:

We are highly engaged and committed to our own growth as well as the growth of the boys we teach. We work in a rewarding environment where professional development, reflective thinking and creativity are valued, resourced and part of all we do. 

What you’ll get:

You have an amazing opportunity to be part of the school. We work in a beautiful environment with amazing facilities, along with passionate people who all play a part in helping boys to learn and grow.

We are growing our teaching team for next year and would love to hear from you if you have experience teaching Y1–8 children. If you would like our school to be part of your career journey, let’s chat.

Please send your CV and direct enquiries to:

Lucy Ryan
l.ryan@kings.school.nz
(09) 282 3273

Applications close 17 August 2018.

 

Psychology Teacher - Kristin School, Auckland

* Full-time, commencing 2019 

* Small class sizes 

* Albany location with park-like grounds 

Organisation 

Kristin is one of New Zealand's finest independent schools. It provides exceptional education for over 1600 students from Early Learning to Year 13. The School attracts highly talented staff that inspires outstanding academic achievement and offers a high performing array of co-curricular activities. Progressive and global in its approach, Kristin provides dual pathways through NCEA and the International Baccalaureate, a well-reputed international programme. Dedicated to providing a caring, supportive environment, the aim for students is to think creatively, reason critically, communicate effectively and learn enthusiastically throughout life. 

Role and experience needed 

We are seeking an inspiring teacher for IB Psychology commencing January 2019. Concentrating on mainly the Senior School (Year 11-13), the person will have the ability to also teach Humanities or other subjects at the Middle School level (Year 9-10). 

Kristin provides a welcoming and supportive environment and professional development is fundamental to the ethos of the School. Passionate about innovative student initiatives and digital citizenship, you will be committed to the School and co-curricular activities. Most importantly, you will be able to demonstrate commitment to Kristin's values and its distinct motto to "Progress with Vision, Integrity and Love". 

Benefits & Culture 

Kristin offers the opportunity to work with exceptional leaders who are dedicated and passionate about creating world citizens who are truly “Future ready”. You will have creative freedom, support from the senior leadership team, and a commitment to your professional development. Enjoy a highly competitive remuneration package, small class sizes, highly engaged students and a welcoming and supportive faculty. 

Apply now 

Please apply online at http://kristinschool.chillifactor.co.nz/jobs/ 

If you wish to discuss this role in confidence please contact Rebecca Isted, Director of Human Resources on (09) 415 5097 or email risted@kristin.school.nz

Applications close on Friday 31 August 2018.

 

Teacher of Science (with Physics) - Scots College, Wellington

We are seeking to appoint a Teacher of Science (with Physics) to teach in our Middle and Senior Schools (Years 7-13). This is a permanent appointment commencing in Term 1 late January 2019. 

Scots College is a world-class independent school with a strong Presbyterian heritage. From 2020 Scots will be enrolling girls in its senior school, Years 11-13. It is based in the Eastern suburbs of Wellington, New Zealand, and offers a vibrant learning environment, encouraging excellence in every facet of education. Scots College is proud of its dedicated staff who work hard to support and encourage the students. The school environment is strong and the staff work closely with parents to obtain the best outcomes for their children. 

We offer a dual pathway for our senior students offering both NCEA and the IB Diploma Programme. The College is fully authorized for the delivery of this Programme as well as the Middle Years Programme (Years 7-10). 

Applicants should have: 

 

* Strengths in teaching Physics to a senior level 

* The ability to promote learning 

* Good communication and interpersonal skills 

* A passion for the education of young people 

* The ability to manage and motivate young people 

* 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. 

Applications are to comprise a covering letter and current, full CV (stating other teaching subjects and NZ teacher certification status/details) and 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 

Web: www.scotscollege.school.nz

 

Teacher of Mathematics - St Peter's School, Cambridge

St Peter’s School in Cambridge has a proud reputation for providing a holistic education, producing independent, confident and resilient students who love learning, pursue excellence and serve their community. This makes St Peter’s a special place.

With a roll of approximately 1,200 students from Year 7 to 13, we are big enough to compete but remain a close-knit community with a focus on individual pathways for students. We offer both IB and NCEA.

Our campus is home to approximately 450 students, making us the largest co-ed boarding school in New Zealand. We work in world-class facilities, but we’re situated in a uniquely rural environment.

Leaning on our enviable history of academic, sporting, cultural and leadership excellence, St Peter’s has a clear and compelling strategy to deliver the highest quality education, with a strong emphasis on future-focused pedagogy and pastoral care. We’re proudly affiliated to the Anglican Church.

We seek enthusiastic, committed, passionate and innovative people who want to join our team in inspiring students to want to do more. We also expect you to get involved with our extensive co-curricular programme.

Applications are welcome from candidates that can teach Calculus at NCEA Level 3 and Scholarship level. The ability to teach International Baccalaureate (IB) Higher Level Mathematics is an advantage. Possible units and leadership opportunities.

Position to commence Term 1, 2019

How to Apply?
Applications by application form, covering letter, and CV, with details of three referees close at noon on Friday 7 September 2018. Please view our website for an application form. http://www.stpeters.school.nz/work
Applications to be sent to the Human Resources Department. Email hr@stpeters.school.nz or post to Private Bag 884, Cambridge, 3450. 

 

Assistant Teacher of English - St Peter's School, Cambridge

St Peter’s School in Cambridge has a proud reputation for providing a holistic education, producing independent, confident and resilient students who love learning, pursue excellence and serve their community. This makes St Peter’s a special place.

With a roll of approximately 1,200 students from Year 7 to 13, we are big enough to compete but remain a close-knit community with a focus on individual pathways for students. We offer both IB and NCEA.

Our campus is home to approximately 450 students, making us the largest co-ed boarding school in New Zealand. We work in world-class facilities, but we’re situated in a uniquely rural environment.

Leaning on our enviable history of academic, sporting, cultural and leadership excellence, St Peter’s has a clear and compelling strategy to deliver the highest quality education, with a strong emphasis on future-focused pedagogy and pastoral care. We’re proudly affiliated to the Anglican Church.

We seek enthusiastic, committed, passionate and innovative people who want to join our team in inspiring students to want to do more. We also expect you to get involved with our extensive co-curricular programme.

Applications are welcome from candidates that can teach English at NCEA Level 3 and Scholarship level. The ability to teach International Baccalaureate (IB) is an advantage.

Position to commence Term 1, 2019

How to Apply?
Applications by application form, covering letter, and CV, with details of three referees close at noon on Friday 7 September 2018. Please view our website for an application form. http://www.stpeters.school.nz/work

Applications to be sent to the Human Resources Department. Email hr@stpeters.school.nz or post to Private Bag 884, Cambridge, 3450. 

 

Boarding roles

 

Director of Boarding - St Andrew's College, Christchurch


Full time, permanent position 
Commencing Monday 14 January 2019

Located in Christchurch, St Andrew’s College is an independent, co-educational school offering top quality education, cultural, arts and sporting activities to 1,430 day and boarding students from pre-school to Year 13. St Andrew’s has a proud Presbyterian heritage and long tradition of academic, sporting, cultural and leadership excellence. While tradition and history are fundamental to the spirit of St Andrew’s, the College has its sights firmly fixed on the future.

The College’s Secondary School seeks an applicant with significant experience in education and in the well-being of boarding students. The Director of Boarding will lead a high functioning team of staff across three boarding houses. The Director of Boarding will report to the Rector, and the College Executive team, specifically to the Head of Values and Culture.

Responsibilities includes: determining and maintaining a strategic focus, leadership and management of staff and students, management of facilities and support services, and communication for enrolments and marketing to promote boarding in the wider community.

This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced educator seeking to impact positively on the lives of young people and to join a dynamic, forward thinking team.

St Andrew’s College is committed to the ongoing professional development of its staff and offers significant benefits in addition to a supportive working environment.

For more information please contact Hamish Bell, Head of Values and Culture, on +64 3 940 2000 extn 2007 or email: HBE@stac.school.nz

Application packs are available from the link below, our College website (stac.school.nz) or email Barbara Moore, PA to Head of Secondary School on hosspa@stac.school.nz or phone +64 3 940 2013.

Application pack: https://stac.nz/DirectorofBoarding2018


Applications for this position close 4pm, Friday 24 August 2018.

 

 

Sports roles

Sports Manager - Hockey - Diocesan School for Girls, Auckland

Sports Manager able to coach, develop and manage hockey, as well as other school extra-curricular sporting activities as part of a team.

  • Able to coach, develop and manage hockey
  • Sports coordination and organisation experience
  • In depth knowledge of school sports programmes

We are seeking a Sports Manager to coordinate, organise and manage, as part of a team, our school extra-curricular sporting activities.  and for this vacancy, we seek in particular the ability to able to coach, develop and manage hockey.

Diocesan School for Girls is a place of academic, sporting and cultural excellence. We are a high performing independent Anglican School with state of the art educational and sporting facilities. Our school is a place of innovation and inspiration, where we help girls develop skills for the ever-changing world.

The successful applicant will be required to foster and maintain close relationships with students, parents, teachers, coaches and school and community sporting bodies. In this role the applicant will be part of a team responsible for the coordination of summer and winter sports, event management, sport development and sport administration. 

This role involves working closely with sport coaches, in particular Head Coaches, to develop a series of best practice sport coaching and lesson plans, so strong verbal and written communication skills are key. The School provides generous support, resources and very competitive terms and conditions to encourage coaches to reach their highest professional standards, and our girls to achieve their best.

Applicants must have proven organisational skills, be a team player and enjoy problem solving. Experience and knowledge of school sports programs is a must. Qualifications in sport management or coaching are highly desirable. The Sports Manager role involves flexible working hours including some weekend work.

Applications close on 20 August 2018

If you wish to find out more about this opportunity, then please forward a letter of application and CV to Human Resources at Diocesan School for Girls:

Email: human.resources@diocesan.school.nz

Website: www.diocesan.school.nz

View our website to learn more about our School.

 

Swimming Instructors / Coaches - Aquatic Centre, Swim School - Diocesan School for Girls, Auckland

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 - Diocesan School for Girls, Auckland

  • 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

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