Teacher Aide

 

We are looking for people who have the skills and passion to work with students in our Learning Support Department.

You will work closely with students who require classroom help due to their learning needs, primarily with literacy and numeracy skills and also with organization, impulse control and maintaining classroom focus.

The position may also involve assisting students as required with their personal care.

Excellent spoken and written English language skills are essential.  Familiarity with Microsoft Office is desirable.

The advertised position is fixed-term for the 2020 school year. The hours of work are 6 hours per day, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, and 5.5 hours per day on Thursdays, during term time only.

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

Please send your cover letter, CV and MAGS staff application form to [email protected]

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

Director of Aquatics

This is a unique opportunity to join the staff of one of Auckland’s most successful schools as the Director of Aquatics.

In this role, you will be expected to lead and manage the school’s aquatics and academy program.  This position includes coaching the premier swim squad, strategic and operational oversight of all aquatic sports, including but not limited to water polo and underwater hockey, management of aquatic coaches and managers, working with the wider school community, and oversight of the aquatics budgets.

Person Specification

  • Significant experience in swim coaching at a high level
  • Enthusiastic, self-motivated, flexible and be committed to providing a positive sporting experience for all students
  • Good English skills; both written and verbal (i.e. spelling and accuracy, ability to draft letters and reports).
  • Ability to work and perform well in a sometimes demanding environment by following set procedures and adhering to school policies and guidelines.
  • Team leader and team worker.
  • Professional appearance and manner.

This is a full-time position (which includes some weekend work)

Start Date:  To be negotiated

Please refer to Join Us under the School section on our website (www.mags.school.nz) for the job description.

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

Any enquires to Debbie Forsyth (Business Manager) [email protected] or (09) 815 4032.

Please send your cover letter, completed Mount Albert Grammar School staff application form (available from the Join Us section of the school website) and CV to [email protected]

Click here for the job description.

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

Laboratory Technician

 We are looking for an experienced person to join the Science department staff at Mount Albert Grammar School to assist our faculty staff in a large and busy department.

We require a person who has good relational skills and a cooperative spirit, to facilitate discussion of requirements with science teachers, to work effectively with others as required and to make a positive personal contribution to the department

Skills and Experience required:

  • Excellent written and verbal English
  • Education in a practical science discipline
  • Previous laboratory or similar experience
  • A science qualification at Level 6 or above
  • Excellent numeracy skills
  • Ability to prioritise tasks and work effectively within time constraints
  • Good attention to detail
  • You must be well organized and have good time management skills
  • An ability to use initiative and problem solve as situations arise
  • Be physically fit as there is a need to lift and carry moderately heavy items

The position is a permanent, part time position of 12 hours per week, term time only.

Please refer to Join Us under the School section on our website (www.mags.school.nz) for the job description.

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 (available from the Join Us section of the school website) and CV to [email protected]

Click here for the job description.

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

Farm Project Manager

This is a unique opportunity to join the staff of one of Auckland most successful schools as the manager of its working farm.  The 8.1-hectare farm is adjacent to the school and is an integral part of the community as well as the agricultural and horticulture school curriculum.

This role involves the management of day to day farm operations including the budget, oversight of the development of the farm and experience centre, implementing and refining the Agri-food & Fibre experience within the MAGS environment.

The Farm Project Manager must be up-to-date with information and farm practices; giving students the best insight into what management practices occur on a conventional commercial farm.

The Farm Project Manager must maintain strong relationships with the school, community and industry to foster support and funding for the farm development, experience centre construction and the experience programme.

This position requires a person with knowledge and ability in all components of farming, as well as very good interpersonal skills and the ability to relate to and with a wide variety of people.  You would need to be self-motivated, have the ability to work independently and be willing to embrace new technology.  Ideally the successful candidate with have a tertiary qualification(s).

This is a full-time position, and the farm manager is required to live on-site.  The salary package includes accommodation (3-bedroom house), electricity and water.

Please refer to staff vacancies on our website (www.mags.school.nz) for the job description.

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

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

Click here for the job description.

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Director of Netball

Mount Albert Grammar School has a long tradition of sport and the school is proud of its success at the highest level.  From 2008 to 2016, and in 2018 the Premier Netball team placed 1st or 2nd in the NZSS competition.  We have a strong foundation of netball with a huge number of teams competing in the Auckland Netball competition across all levels from Year 9 to Year 13.

We seek a suitably qualified person to lead and manage all netball within the school and to ensure the MAGS netball program is always at the pinnacle of Secondary School Netball. They will lead the netball program setting the highest of standards and expectations, and work to ensure all teams have the resources they need. They will coach all Academy classes and provide a strategic plan for growing the program and the succession of players within it. It is expected they be part of the team management for the Premier team. The successful candidate will support our school-wide sporting culture underpinned by The MAGS Way values.

The Director of Netball is a full-time position and the successful candidate must be available during the school day, for all after school trials, trainings, weekend games and tournaments during the year; in particular UNISS and the NZSS tournament.

Person Specification

  • Significant experience in netball coaching at a high level
  • Enthusiastic, self-motivated, flexible and be committed to providing a positive sporting experience for all students
  • Good English skills; both written and verbal (i.e. spelling and accuracy, ability to draft letters and reports).
  • Ability to work and perform well in a sometimes demanding environment by following set procedures and adhering to school policies and guidelines.
  • Team leader and team worker.
  • Professional appearance and manner.

This is a full-time position (which includes some weekend work)

Start Date:  January 2020

Please refer to Join Us under the School section on our website (www.mags.school.nz) for the job description.

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

If you have questions about this role, please contact Allie Wright, Mount Albert Grammar School’s Director of Sport, for further details [email protected]

Please send your cover letter, CV and completed Mount Albert Grammar School Staff Application Form to Sarah Hayes; email address [email protected].

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

Click here for the job description.

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

Pedagogical Leader

 

A rewarding opportunity has opened (due to advancements) we now seek a Pedagogical Leader to lead the AE Pedagogical Plan for Auckland City Education Services.

Auckland City Educations Services (ACES), operating under the auspices of Mount Albert Grammar School deliver education for students who have struggled in the mainstream learning system for a range of needs and behaviours.  ACES has a notable history of successfully turning around young people’s lives.

The purpose pedagogical leadership to provide leadership, guidance, mentoring and professional development for the AE tutorial team across the two Campuses and contributes to enhances the successful outcomes for the young person enrolled on AE.

Key Requirements:

  • Registered Teacher
  • Co-ordinates Project Based Learning delivery (the design, planning, implementing, assessing and evaluation)
  • Project Based Learning aims are linked to the secondary school curriculum
  • Co-ordinates the Positive Behaviour for Learning principles and practices
  • Leads inquiring delivery practices to enable the identification of successful approaches to improving learning outcomes for students
  • Guides cultural awareness and practice and in particular addresses the identity, language and cultural needs of Māori and Pasifika Students
  • The ability to successfully communicate in writing and verbally, especially with young people and AE tutors who come from a wide range of experiences and skills (not all have teaching training)
  • Organised with superior administration and record-keeping skills
  • Have a full licence

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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]

Alternative Education (AE) 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

Salary paid according to the Support Staff in Schools Collective Agreement and is dependent on qualification and experience.  The base scale is in the range:

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

Applications close at 4.00 pm on Friday 22 November 2019.

Click here for the job description.

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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]