The College requires enthusiastic, flexible and innovative teachers who work well in a team.

We are looking for qualified teachers who demonstrate a passion for their teaching and their students. Applicants should have knowledge of the NZ Curriculum and assessment requirements. Support of the Special Character of the school and its co-curricular life is a condition of appointment.

Download our Teaching Staff Application Form
Download our Support Staff Application Form

Once completed please email your application to:

or by post to:Executive Officer
Sacred Heart Girls’ College
PO Box 4064
Hamilton East
Hamilton, 3247


Commencing 30th April – 14th December, 2018.

We are seeking a dynamic, enthusiastic, flexible and innovative practitioner to lead and teach the English curriculum to NCEA Level 3.

Support of the Catholic character of the college and its co-curricular life is essential and a condition of appointment.

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You will be responsible for maximising and developing student potential in sport, ensuring SHGC’s sporting profile encompasses the needs of Māori, Pasifika and migrant students. You will also create and develop mutually rewarding associations and opportunities across Community of Learning schools and tertiary providers. The identification of potential funding streams to sustain ongoing development is also needed.

A recognised coaching and/or a registered Physical Education teaching qualification are preferred as you will deliver high level coaching to SHGC teams and will ideally provide classroom relief when required. Participation in Education outside the Classroom (EOTC) curriculum sporting activities and the further development of the Outdoor Education programme/camps is also an expected outcome.

You’ll need to have initiative and drive, with the ability to work autonomously to a consistently high standard. The ability to relate positively and collaboratively in a professional manner in all settings is essential as you establish effective and supportive relationships with the students, families, and wider community. As an exemplar to students you must be able to able to manage priorities, perform well under pressure and invoke an inclusive and welcoming environment at all times.

This is an extremely rewarding role, offering the opportunity for both personal and professional fulfilment. You will be working in a friendly, inclusive environment where you will be encouraged to support and contribute to the special character of the College and its co-curricular life.

This is a part-time, fixed-term position finishing 31st January, 2019, reporting to the Senior Leadership Team.

Application is by covering letter, CV and completion of the Teaching Staff application form found above.

Please email to Ms Janice Ritchie, Executive Officer –
Closing date is 4pm, Sunday 11th March, 2018.

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