Vacancies

Physical Education and Health Teacher: We seek an enthusiastic, innovative, highly motivated, organised and culturally responsive teacher to work in our Physical Education and Health department. A commitment to extra-curricular activities and the ability to work in a team environment is essential.  The ability to teach up to NCEA Level 3 Health is also preferable.   This is a fixed term position for the 2018 academic year.
Please send a completed application form (available on the school website), CV and covering letter stating your strengths for this position to Nikki Donaldson, Principal’s PA, Box 64, Maungaturoto, Northland; ph (0800) 682 628; email ohs@otamatea.school.nz

Applications close 9am, Monday 6 November 2017.

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HOD/HELA Health & Physical Education: Full-time. Fixed Term 2018 academic year (Maternity Leave)3 MU/1 MMA

We seek an enthusiastic, innovative, highly motivated, organised and culturally responsive teacher to lead our Health and Physical Education department who:

-           has strong organisational skills in facilitating school events

-           has strong knowledge of the health and physical education curriculum with an    

            interest in progressing senior health.

-           is willing to try innovative approaches to delivering the Health and PE curriculum

-           is confident with the use of ICT to enhance teaching and learning

A commitment to extra-curricular activities and the ability to work in a team environment is essential. The ability to

teach up to NCEA Level 3 is also preferable.

Please send a completed application form, CV and covering letter stating your strengths to   

Nikki Donaldson, Principal’s PA, Box 64, Maungaturoto, Northland; ph (0800) 682 628; email ohs@otamatea.school.nz

Applications close 9am, Monday 30th October 2017.

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Year 7/8 homeroom teacher:  We seek an enthusiastic, innovative, highly motivated, organised and culturally responsive teacher to work in our year 7 and 8 syndicate.  Experience and skills with forming OTJs and embedding ICT into the curriculum are preferable.  Please state curriculum strengths.  This is a fixed term maternity cover for the 2018 academic year.  Primary or secondary trained teachers are welcome to apply. 

Please send a completed application form, CV and covering letter stating your strengths for this position to Nikki Donaldson, Principal’s PA, Box 64, Maungaturoto, Northland; ph (0800) 682 628; email ohs@otamatea.school.nz

Applications close 9am, Monday 6th November 2017.

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HOD/Head of Essential Learning Area (HELA) - English (3 permanent MUs and 1 permanent MMA):  We seek an enthusiastic, innovative, highly motivated, organised and culturally responsive teacher to lead our English department from years 9 - 13.  The ability to work with the year 7 and 8 Syndicate HELA on English learning programmes to ensure smooth transitions is crucial for this role.   This is a permanent position starting at the beginning of the 2018 academic year. 

Please send a completed application form (available on the school website), CV and covering letter stating your strengths for this position to Nikki Donaldson, Principal’s PA, Box 64, Maungaturoto, Northland; ph (0800) 682 628; email ohs@otamatea.school.nz

Applications close 9am, Friday 10th November 2017.

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Student Support Secretary:   (3 days a week) We require a competent, administrator with a friendly and positive disposition to run the school’s student support centre, Te Whare o Rongo, for 2 days a week and to act as a back up administrator for a further 1 day a week.  

The following skills and attributes are crucial for this role: excellent interpersonal skills, flexibility, the ability to problem solve, the ability to work independently and in a team and willingness to take on other administrative tasks as required.  Due to the nature of the role a high level of confidentiality is required.

This is a fixed term, term time only role for the 2018 academic year.

Please send a completed application form (available on the school website), CV and covering letter stating your strengths for this position to Nikki Donaldson, Principal’s PA, Box 64, Maungaturoto, Northland; ph (0800) 682 628; email ohs@otamatea.school.nz

Applications close, 9am, Friday 10th November 2017

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Community of Learning Teacher (Across Community) Role

The Twin Coasts Community of Learning l Kahui Ako is seeking a teacher (Across Community) for a period of 5 terms. This commences Term 4 2017 and finishes at the end of Term 4 2018.

This fixed term role will:

  • Focus on improving teaching practices in order to meet the shared achievement challenges
  • Work with colleagues to identify and address areas of improvement of professional practice
  • Work closely with the Community Lead Principal
  • Promote best teaching practice within a school
  • Strengthen the use of an inquiry approach to teaching and learning to achieve the shared achievement objectives. 

Our Achievement Challenges:

1. To increase the number of boys achieving At and Above National Standards in Writing.
2. To increase the number of students achieving At and Above National Standards in Mathematics
3. To lift achievement of all of our students across all three NCEA Levels, so that more students gain
    merit o
r excellence endorsements.

Role description
This new role is for a teacher who has demonstrated highly effective practice and is willing to share this with  colleagues across our  Community of Learning l Kahui Ako. The Across School lead Teacher will use their expertise to work with colleagues to identify and address area for improvement for all. They will work closely with the lead Principal to focus their effort on meeting the Community shared achievement challenges.

Before being able to be considered for the position, applicants must have:

  • current employment as a kaiako/teacher within the Community
  • a current practicing certificate
  • recent experience relevant to the role
  • met professional standards relevant to their current position           

Terms and Conditions:
The terms and conditions of this appointment are contained in the Primary Teachers’ Collective Agreement or Secondary Teachers’ Collective Agreement

Included in the terms of employment for this role is a salary allowance of $16,000 per annum while you hold that role.

Further explanation of the secondary terms and conditions are available in the Guidelines for the appointment of the Teacher (across Community) role.

Criteria:
Criteria for this role and are described above under role description. 

How to apply:
Application forms regarding the position are available from your school principal.

For further information about this vacancy please contact Rosie Ellis. Lead Principal r.ellis@kaiwaka.school.nz       

Applications close on Friday 20th October 2017 at noon. Please send to r.ellis@kaiwaka.school.nz

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Summary of Terms and Conditions

 

 

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