Ormiston Junior College Auckland

Learning coaches (teachers), 1-3 positions

Secondary (Years 7–15) / wharekura, Certificated teacher

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

  Suitable for beginning teachers
Listed 4:57 pm 10 December 2020
Closes 12pm 20 January 2021
Vacancy reference #: 1HAFXK

 We are seeking learning coaches (teachers) to deliver the NZ Curriculum the way it was intended. We are constantly iterating our curriculum model and delivery and need innovative, adaptable, ‘can do’ thinkers who can collaborate in teams.  If you want to teach beyond the walls of the ‘classroom’, connect learners to the world around them, inspire kids, push them, form genuine relationships and challenge your own and the learners’ mindsets - then get in touch with us. 

State your passions and strengths. Primary or secondary trained practitioners and PCTs welcome. An opportunity to join an energetic team of staff and over 700 learners across years 7 -10.

Strengths in any combinations of the following areas & skill-sets may be an advantage: EAL/ESOL, hospitality, horticulture, AV/VR, coding, robotics, foreign languages, Māori performing arts/Ngā Toi, design and DVC. However we are open to any combination of skills and specialisms or passions.

Shortlisting and interviewing to occur progressively upon receipt of applications. 

Start date 25th January 2021.

How to apply

Please email your CV, including 3 referees and a cover letter to:

Ryan Timoko-Benjamin, Associate Leader of Learning, Deputy Principal
(09) 974 0140

Vacancy link:

Vacancy reference #:1HAFXK

Listed 4:57 pm 10 December 2020
Closes 12pm 20 January 2021

School details

Ormiston Junior College

Type: Secondary (Year 7-10)
Authority: State
Gender: Co-Ed
Decile: 7
Roll: 621

School number: 709
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Physical address:
285 Ormiston Road, Flat Bush, Auckland

Postal Address:
285 Ormiston Road, Flat Bush, Auckland, 2019