Mt Richmond School Auckland

Outreach teacher

Primary and intermediate (Years 1–8) / kura tuatahi, Certificated teacher

English, Health and physical education, Learning languages, Mathematics and statistics, Science, Social sciences, Technology, Te reo Māori, The arts

Listed 10:03 am 28 May 2020
Closes 4pm 12 June 2020
Vacancy reference #: 1HA7tM

Due to roll growth, our Outreach Service is seeking a teacher who has excellent interpersonal skills and is passionate about supporting students on the Ongoing Resourcing Scheme (ORS) in our mainstream schools.

The specialist teacher works as part of the student’s support team, which includes their class teachers, special education staff, support staff and family/whanau.

The role encompasses a range of activities:

  • Teaching, assessing, monitoring progress, developing programmes
  • Modelling, supporting teachers and support staff
  • Contributing to IEP’s, whanau meetings
  • Liaising with educational professionals, SENCOs, LSC’s, senior leadership.

Are you an experienced teacher who enjoys working with students with high learning needs?

If so, we currently have 0.8 minimum position (with the likelihood to increase this in the near future, should the applicant prefer a full-time position).  You would be working in a well-resourced, welcoming and collaborative team and would be highly supported to develop your skills and strengths in this role.

If you are interested in finding out more about this role, or would like to visit and spend time observing how an Outreach teacher works, please get in touch.

How to apply

Please send direct enquiries about this position to:

Trish Le Roy
30 Albion Road, Otahuhu
(09) 259 1425

Vacancy reference #:1HA7tM

Listed 10:03 am 28 May 2020
Closes 4pm 12 June 2020

School details

Mt Richmond School

Type: Special School
Authority: State
Gender: Co-Ed
Decile: 2
Roll: 175

School number: 1379
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Physical address:
30 Albion Road, Otahuhu, Auckland

Postal Address:
P O Box 22245, Otahuhu, Auckland, 1640