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.

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Director of Religious Studies (LoL)

Tagged. 3 MU, 1 MMA. Full time, fixed term (maternity leave).

Start date: 28th April, 2020
End date: 27th January, 2021

This is a full time, fixed term role to commence Term 2, 2020.

Sacred Heart Girls’ College is seeking a dynamic, enthusiastic, flexible and innovative practitioner to lead and teach Religious Studies across all year levels to NCEA.

This position requires the applicant to have the willingness and ability to take part in religious instruction appropriate to the Catholic character of the school. This shall be a condition of appointment.

View the Position Description and Person Specification here.

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Lead Librarian

We are seeking an experienced and qualified Librarian to lead a future focused, innovative, library and information service.

Ideally you will have relevant experience and qualifications related to this position. It is a permanent 39-week role (term time only), 35 hours per week.  You will report to and work closely with a Deputy Principal in developing the goals and outcomes for this significant learning space within our College.

You have permission to grow, innovate and create an exciting and enriching experience for our students, staff and the wider community. We have a deep commitment to a learning experience that contributes to our vision for young women: passionate, inspired agents of change! Therefore, we encourage innovation, creativity and collaboration.

Key responsibilities include a high standard of service that ensures access to quality resources for learning and teaching, access to diverse, complex information to support academic success and a range of recreational services to support student learning and well-being.

The ability to relate to and establish effective and supportive relationships with people from all walks of life is essential. The role requires close liaison with teaching staff to ensure individual as well as the collective learning and pastoral needs of students are fulfilled whilst in the library environment and beyond.

Accountabilities will also include the provision of regular reports, preparation and monitoring of budgets and ensuring the ICT facilities are operational at all times. Liaison with external agencies and support groups as well as independent research to ensure knowledge of current trends and initiatives is also required.

This is an extremely rewarding position, offering the opportunity for both personal and professional fulfillment. Experience working with the Google suite for education and KAMAR school management system would also be an advantage.

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.

Applications are welcome.

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