Alternative Education Tutor

A New Role has become available for an Alternative Education (AE) Tutor at one of the AE Campuses.

This person is responsible in tutoring a number of students (ratio 1:10 and aged between 13 – 16 years old) using Project Based Learning as the delivery tool for students who have struggled to engage in learning due to a range of needs or, behaviours.

 Key requirements

  • Teaching or, youth mentoring and or, experience in vocational delivery
  • Willingness to work with youth from a wide range of needs or behaviour
  • Will participate and strengthen cultural practices that supports students to identify, connect to language and culture particularly for Māori and Pasifika students
  • The ability to successfully communicate in writing and verbally, especially with young people
  • Be able to connect to whānau and families to engage them in their child’s education
  • Organised with administration and record-keeping skills
  • Have a full licence
  • Can show initiative and willingness to adapt and respond quickly .
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Salary is paid according to the Support Staff in Schools Collective Agreement and is dependent on qualification and experience.

Alternative Education Tutor:

$50,000.00 to $55,000.00 and can include a Qualification Grant aligned to the core role and responsibilities and a one year contract.

NB: Employment Contract is aligned to the MoE Alternative Education Agreement for 2019-2020.

Applications close at 4.00 pm on Friday 27 March 2020.


Please download a copy of the Application Form from the school website at , complete it and send it, your CV and covering letter to:    [email protected]

Applicants for this position should have NZ Residency or a valid NZ work visa.

Please send your cover letter, completed Mount Albert Grammar School staff application form and CV to:  [email protected]

Assistant Property Manager

This is a unique opportunity to join the staff of one of Auckland’s most successful schools as the Assistant Property Manager.  Mount Albert Grammar School is a large secondary school in central Auckland with 3,200 students and a staff (teaching and non-teaching) of approximately 300.

We are seeking someone to work along side our full time Property Manager as well as external Project Managers.  The successful candidate will oversee building projects from the design phase through to completion and be responsible for Health and Safety within the school.

You will also need to be experienced in property and asset planning, site management of day to day repairs and maintenance and the coordination of project work including refurbishments.  The role is busy, varied and challenging.

Person Specification

  • Experience in the commercial world with a proven track record of property and/or project management.
  • Experience in the implementation and managing Health and Safety legislation
  • Excellent interpersonal skills. Relates well and responds effectively to students and staff.
  • Excellent organisational and administrative skills. Able to use initiative and forward planning in order to meet deadlines.
  • Computer literate.
  • Good English skills, both written and verbal (i.e. spelling and accuracy, ability to draft letters and reports).
  • Experience in managing staff, reporting to boards and senior leaders and overseeing building projects.
  • Team leader and team worker.
  • Professional appearance and manner.
  • Be willing and able to make the tough calls, when and if needed.
  • Knowledge of school systems would be useful but not essential.

This is a full-time position, although part time could be considered for the appropriate candidate.

Applicants for this position should have NZ Residency or a valid NZ work visa.

Please send your cover letter, completed Mount Albert Grammar School staff application form and CV to [email protected]

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Click here for the Mount Albert Grammar School staff application form.