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Baradene College Auckland

Commerce teacher

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

Mathematics and statistics, Social sciences

  Suitable for beginning teachers
Listed 2:05 pm 12 May 2021
Closes 12pm 26 May 2021
Vacancy reference #: 1HAKex

We seek a full-time, permanent commerce teacher who is:

  • Passionate about teaching young women
  • Skilled and qualified to teach economics and/or accounting at the senior level, including Scholarship (please state subjects you can teach)
  • Able to start term 3 2021.

The successful applicant will have the ability to teach an achievement standard programme, including NCEA and Scholarship. 

Baradene College of the Sacred Heart is a place of academic, sporting and cultural excellence. We are a high performing Catholic school (maximum roll 1300, Y7–13) with girls who are motivated to learn. Our school is both innovative and traditional, where we help girls develop skills for their future. Support for our special character and co-curricular programme of the college is expected.

We offer:

  • Wide range of opportunities for professional development
  • Welcoming and supportive staff
  • Strong community environment
  • Covered staff car parking on site
  • Teacher exchange opportunities with our overseas sister schools. 

How to apply

Please apply, with a letter of application, CV and completed application and Special Character form (available from the website or below) to:

Donna Francis, Principal's EA
dfrancis@baradene.school.nz
(09) 524 6019 extn 704

Download our application form
Teacher Application Form and Special Character July 2020 v19

Vacancy link:

Vacancy reference #:1HAKex

Listed 2:05 pm 12 May 2021
Closes 12pm 26 May 2021

School details

Baradene College

Type: Secondary (Year 7-15)
Authority: State : Integrated
Gender: Female
Decile: 9
Roll: 1357
Website:

School number: 61
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Physical address:
237 Victoria Avenue, Remuera, Auckland

Postal Address:
P O Box 28906, Remuera, Auckland, 1541