Dilworth School Waikato

Teacher – rural campus

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 11:08 am 07 April 2021
Closes 5pm 16 April 2021
Vacancy reference #: 1HAJbF

Mangatawhiri Campus

We are an independent boys' boarding school with an Anglican tradition, catering to boys from families experiencing financial or personal hardship. We pride ourselves on achieving very strong academic, cultural, and sporting results, providing a safe and inclusive environment and assisting our boys in becoming the very best that they can be.

We are seeking a qualified primary or secondary trained school teacher to work at our rural campus - Te Haerenga - based in Mangatawhiri, on a fixed-term basis for the remainder of 2021.

The position would commence in term 2. This role will involve contributing to innovative approaches to learning for Y9 boys and teaching in an integrated and collaborative way across a variety of subject areas. Strengths or experience teaching physical education, technology, and/or art would be preferred.

Accommodation is provided and the successful candidate would need to be willing to work with boys in a residential setting, including completing after-school and evening duty responsibilities.

A commitment to the corporate life and special character of the school will be conditions of employment.

A competitive remuneration package will be negotiated.

How to apply

Please email your CV and direct enquiries to:

HR Manager
(09) 236 2000

Vacancy reference #:1HAJbF

Listed 11:08 am 07 April 2021
Closes 5pm 16 April 2021

School details

Dilworth School

Type: Composite
Authority: Private : Fully Registered
Gender: Male
Decile: 4
Roll: 563

School number: 66
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Physical address:
2 Erin Street, Remuera, Auckland

Postal Address:
Private Bag 28904, Remuera, Auckland, 1541