All teaching positions at Mount Aspiring College are advertised in the Education Gazette. This can be accessed online at www.edgazette.govt.nz .
We currently do not have any teacher vacancies:
Special Needs Teacher Part Time
We require a a registered teacher for between 10 and 12.5 hours per week (.4 to .5FTE) to start at the beginning of the 217 school year. The successful applicant will be working with two or three students with severe learning needs. Experience works with ORS funded students in a remedial setting would be an advantage but not imperative. We are looking for an empathetic person who can work as part of a team and who is willing to take responsibility for specific learning needs for these students.
Applications close at 4.00pm Wednesday 7 December 2016. Download the application form and job description from the bottom of the page or ring the school office on 443 0499, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Support Staff Positions
We currently have the following support staff vacancies
Fulltime Groundsperson/ Property Team
We require a Grounds Person for our Property Team who will make the Mount Aspiring College campus the best it can be. The primary focus of this role is developing a student friendly and safe outside area, which includes sun smart areas, sustainable practices and links to the curriculum. The successful applicant will also work as part of the Property Team. Applicants need to be fit, friendly and show initiative. Having knowledge of gardening, tree planting and turf management would be an advantage. This is a fulltime (40hpw) permanent position.
Applications close at 4.00pm Friday 2 December 2016. Download the application form and job description from the bottom of the page or ring the school office on 443 0499, or email email@example.com
We receive many expressions of interest and unsolicited curriculum vitaes each year. The following information may be helpful.
Applying From Overseas
We are fortunate in that we usually receive a good field of applications for any positions advertised. If you are seeking to emigrate to New Zealand and wish to obtain a teaching position prior to travel, you may be advised to look in areas where there is a real shortage of teachers, such as many rural areas and some of the lower decile city schools.
Here are some websites that may be useful to you:
If you are planning to move to Wanaka anyway, and you have secondary teaching qualifications, we would be interested in meeting you and holding your CV on file.
We have a fairly stable pool of relief teachers although we are always interested in meeting new teachers who have moved to the area and are looking for relief work. You do need NZ teacher registration if you wish to work for more than ten days as a relief teacher. It is unlikely that we would have enough relief work to rely on this as your primary source of income.
Our outdoor programme is staffed in the main by qualified teachers with a specialism in outdoor pursuits.
We also employ Outdoor Pursuit Tutors, particularly with qualifications in Rock or Kayak, who work with the teachers during afternoon practical sessions during Terms One and Two, and for a few weeks during Term Four. These are part-time, casual positions only and could not be relied on as a primary source of income.
If you are living in Wanaka and have relevant industry qualifications we would be interested in hearing from you.
Support staff positions are generally only advertised locally and on this website. If you live in Wanaka or are planning to move here, and have had experience in a support role in a school, you are welcome to send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org for us to keep on file.
We are particularly interested in hearing from qualified or experienced Teacher Aides living locally as vacancies arise regularly and sometimes at short notice.
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