Michael Park School Auckland

High school academic Pathways coordinator

Area / composite (Years 1–15), Certificated teacher

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

Listed 10:45 AM 29 June 2021
Closes 11 July 2021
Vacancy reference #: 1HAMaW

The academic pathways coordinator will work with students in Y9–13 to co-construct their individual academic pathway both during their time at Michael Park and in their post-school trajectory.

The ideal candidate will have a solid overview of a wide range of subjects and appreciate how these contribute to an overall holistic education now and for the students' futures. An understanding of both NCEA and Steiner Certificate of Education is a distinct advantage. Flexibility, a positive attitude and the ability to think creatively to solve problems, with students at the centre of their thinking, are required traits. A clear and effective listener and communicator, they will work closely with students, families, colleagues, SENCO, careers advisor and the high school DP to understand and support individuals on their unique journey.

The role will commence at the start of term 1, 2022.

Applicants must have current NZ teacher registration. Successful candidates will have an understanding of Steiner philosophy and pedagogy that is the basis of our school.

How to apply

Please complete the application form and email with your current CV and letter of introduction to:

School Secretary
(09) 579 3083

Download our application form
MPS Teaching Position Application Form v25

Vacancy link:

Vacancy reference #:1HAMaW

Listed 10:45 AM 29 June 2021
Closes 11 July 2021

Michael Park School NZ

School details

Michael Park School

Type: Composite
Authority: State : Integrated
Gender: Co-Ed
Decile: 8
Roll: 385

School number: 424
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Physical address:
55 Amy Street, Ellerslie, Auckland

Postal Address:
P O Box 11224, Ellerslie Central, Auckland, 1542