Vacancies

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 pa@shgcham.school.nz. Ensure you include your CV and supporting documentation as required. Note that if necessary, scanned hard copy application forms are also accepted. Please specify the position you are applying for in the subject line of your email.

If you have any questions please contact the Principal’s Personal Assistant at the above email address in the first instance. Thank you.

Teacher Position Description & Person Specification

Teacher Application Form

Teacher Application Form, Tagged Position (Cl47)

Religious Education Teacher, Tagged Cl47

Full-time, Fixed Term Position (Refreshment Leave)
Start: asap
End: 27th January, 2024

Sacred Heart Girls’ College are seeking a dynamic, enthusiastic, flexible and innovative practitioner able to teach the Religious Education curriculum to NCEA Level 3.

The position will involve teaching in a collaborative and innovative learning space.

Experience in Social Sciences would be an advantage.

A willingness and ability to participate in religious instruction appropriate to the special character of the school is a condition of appointment.

Please specify the position you are applying for in the subject line and send your cover letter and CV with the application form.

Applications close: Monday 20th February, 9am.

Kaihautū Te Reo Maaori – Leader of Te Reo Maaori

Full-time, Permanent Position
Start: Term 1 or asap, 2023
Up to 2 MMA (depending on experience)

We require an innovative and passionate Kaihautū Te Reo Maaori – Leader of Te Reo Maaori for 2023. This teaching position is an opportunity for professional growth through the leadership of this critically important area for our kura. You would be joining a Catholic community that promotes mana ōrite mō te mātauranga māori. Wherever you are on your professional journey, we welcome your application.

We are seeking a Kaihautū/Leader who is excited about leading learning in an inclusive Catholic school, committed to Te Tiriti o Te Waitangi. We need you to be: creative, adaptive, have a growth mindset and be able to form learning-focused relationships with ākonga and their whānau. You must be committed to designing and leading meaningful, tauira-centred learning using effective, robust pedagogy that supports our kura’s strategic objectives. The integration of catholic character, te ao maaori and mātauranga maaori are essential components across the curriculum. Therefore, you must be an effective practitioner, fluent in Te Reo Maaori and committed to contributing to our local curriculum development. Whilst not essential, having a flair for maaori creative arts and/or maaori performing arts is desirable.

As a member of the Waikato Catholic Kāhui Ako, we promote relationship-based learning, guided by the Teaching to the North East profile, PB4L and restorative practices. We are team-oriented, supportive and collegial; we pursue continuous professional learning, encourage problem-solving, effective pedagogy and collaborative professionalism. We are responsive to change, dedicated to continual improvement and we aim to cultivate an enriching experience of school that is meaningful, purposeful and in the service of others.

We are a state-integrated school, proud of our Catholic and Mission culture. A condition of appointment is that all kaimahi uphold and contribute to our Catholic Character.

Please specify the position you are applying for in the subject line and send your cover letter and CV with the application form.

Applications close: Tuesday 31st January, 2023 at 3pm.