The College requires enthusiastic, flexible and innovative teachers and support staff 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 Catholic Character of the school and its co-curricular life is a condition of appointment.
We welcome your application for a Position advertised. Please download and complete the appropriate application form below and email this to email@example.com. Ensure you include your CV and supporting documentation as required. Note that if necessary, scanned hard copy application forms are also accepted. If you have any questions please contact the Principal’s Personal Assistant at the above email address in the first instance. Thank you.
Leader of Learning: Head of Mathematics
Full-time, Permanent position
Start date: Term 2, Monday 3rd May, 2021
3 Management Units, 1 MMA
Sacred Heart Girls’ College is seeking an experienced Mathematics teacher looking to move into a significant leadership role or a current Leader of Learning looking to diversify and develop their leadership opportunities. You will be contributing to school-wide strategic development during a pivotal period of change at the College as the school progresses towards a collaborative, future-focused learning environment.
You must be able to demonstrate a sound, evidence-based understanding of current pedagogy and have the capacity to collaborate effectively and influence meaningful and sustainable change. If you are passionate about the education of young women; if you are committed to contributing to significant educational change, in a culture of meaningful inquiry, innovation, design and dialogue, and if you are team-oriented, dynamic, resilient and considerate of others, then we welcome an application from you.
A genuine commitment to the support of our Catholic Character along with its strong Mission Charism and co-curricular life, is essential, and a condition of appointment.
Applications close: 4pm, Friday 19th March, 2021.
Part-time, Fixed Term position (until the end of July, 2021)
Start date: asap
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We are seeking an experienced professional to lead this exciting new programme supported by the Pacific Education Innovation Fund (MOE). It is a part-time, fixed term role until the end of July, 2021. Hours are flexible and responsive to need (we estimate up to 20 hours per week). You will be part of our Pastoral Care team and will report to and work closely with a Deputy Principal in developing the goals and outcomes of this significant initiative within our College.
The overall objective for this position is to implement the College’s strategic priority to strengthen the learning and wellbeing of our Pasifika students.
You have permission to grow, innovate and create an exciting and enriching experience for our Pasifika students and the wider Pasifika community. We have a deep commitment to delivering upon our vision for our young women to be passionate, inspired agents of change!
Together we will partner with our Pasifika families to grow our understanding of parent expectations and desires for their children so aspirations for learning and employment can be met.
You will contribute to the pastoral care of Pasifika students, and will oversee their welfare on a day to day basis in conjunction with key staff. You will host regular fono and oversee the organisation and participation in suitable activities during term and holiday breaks, eg Pasifika by Nature.
The ability to relate to and establish effective and supportive relationships with people from all walks of life is essential. Liaison with external agencies and support groups as well as independent research to ensure knowledge of current trends and initiatives is required. Experience working with the Google suite for education and KAMAR school management system will be beneficial.
This is an extremely rewarding position, 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 Catholic Character of the College and its co-curricular life.
Please include a cover letter with your CV and application form.
Applications close: 4pm, Friday 5th March, 2021.