Ellen Stevenson Kindergarten is searching for an energetic and passionate teacher to complement the current team.
Ellen Stevenson Kindergarten is part of the Heretaunga Kindergarten Association. Our association is committed to:
Providing education and support programmes which respect the dignity, rights, abilities, individuality, cultural values and learning styles of children and parents
Providing advice, support and professional development which will enhance the performance of teachers and management
Honouring the principles and practices inherent in Te Tiriti o Waitangi
Providing generous non-contact time, professional learning leave and annual leave as per the Kindergarten Teachers Collective Agreement.
About Ellen Stevenson Kindergarten
Our philosophy is one of aroha, diversity, respect and authenticity that focuses on relationships with all akonga, whānau, community and their cultures, in a peaceful and nurturing, sustainable environment
The team are innovative, forward thinking and relationship based kaiako who are focused on positive individual outcomes for all tamariki
Our curriculum is developed in consultation with whānau and reflects Te Tiriti o Waitangi and the kindergartens local history.
We are looking for a passionate teacher who is open to growth. You also must:
Have a philosophy that fits with our team and kindergarten and a heart centred approach to teaching
Have a current practicing certificate (full or provisional) and a Dip Tch in Early Childhood Education (minimum)
Have or be prepared to gain a current first aid certificate
Be current with regard to early childhood education theory and practice
Be confident in using technology
Have a proven working knowledge of government legislation and regulations.
For more information about the Heretaunga Kindergarten Association and the role visit our website where you can download a job description and an application form to complete.
How to apply
Please send your CV and application form or direct enquiries to: