Director of Rugby

 Mount Albert Grammar School has a long tradition of sport and the school is proud of its success at the highest level.   We have a strong foundation of rugby with teams competing in both girls and boys Auckland competitions across all levels from Year 9 to Year 13.  The school also has a history of developing players who go on to play at higher levels, including a number All Blacks and Black Ferns.

We seek a suitably qualified person to coordinate our rugby teams and lead our junior rugby academies.  Hours and remuneration to be negotiated with the successful candidate.  Holding a teaching qualification is an advantage but not a necessity.

The successful candidate must be available for teaching the Year 9, 10 and 11 rugby academy classes during the week and available in the weekends to coach and support all rugby matches.  They would also be expected to lead the development of all rugby coaches and co-ordinate the organisation of rugby teams throughout the year.

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 the Sarah Hayes, email address [email protected]

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

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

Assistant Director of Rowing


Mount Albert Grammar School has a long and proud tradition of Rowing.  At the most recent Maadi Regatta we were the only school to have a crew in the final of both the Maadi and Levin Cup and we were the winners of the Springbok Shield.

The school is seeking an Assistant Director of Rowing.  The successful candidate will have the appropriate rowing background and experience to be able to assist with the coaching of the students on and off the water.

You will have sound technical knowledge and the ability to ensure this is implemented in all areas of training.   You must also have an appreciation of rowing coaching philosophy with a view to long term athlete development.  A registered teacher is preferred but not essential, please state your teaching subject.

This position is fixed term, until the end of the 2023 rowing season, with the possibility of it converting to a permanent position.  The start date is by negotiation. This is a full- time position, which includes morning and afternoon trainings as well as weekend regattas and trainings.

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

Please send your cover letter and CV to Sarah Hayes, Deputy Principal, [email protected]

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

Any enquiries to Sarah Hayes (Deputy Principal) [email protected] or (09) 815 4038.

Click here for the MAGS Staff Application Form