Hostel Manager – Centennial House

This is a unique opportunity to join the staff of one of Auckland most successful schools in the exciting new role of Hostel Manager for the newly established girls boarding facility.

2022 will see the opening of Centennial House, our boarding facility for girls.  This House is within walking distance of the school and will see up to 25 places available for students.  Mount Albert Grammar School has a long tradition of boarding, with School House for boys boarding established in 1927.

This role will be varied, busy and challenging and is supported by the Board of Trustees, Senior Leadership Team and the Director of Boarding as well as other Centennial House Staff.  There are both strategic and operational aspects to the position.

The successful candidate will be expected to

  • Lead the team responsible for attending to the needs of Centennial House students and ensure students can comfortably relate to the adults in charge of their well-being,
  • Oversee the daily routines and duties involved in the smooth running of the Centennial House to ensure physical and emotional welfare needs of the students are met.
  • Maintain an environment in Centennial House where students are secure physically and emotionally

This position requires a person with

  • Exceptional interpersonal, communication and relationship skills
  • An empathy for teenage girls.
  • A strong moral compass
  • Strong organization, planning, management, reflection skills
  • Experience in leadership fostering teams

This is a full-time position, and the Hostel Manager – Centennial House is required to live on-site.  This position could suit a couple or single person.  The salary package includes accommodation, electricity and water.

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]

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

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

ICT Technician/System Administrator

Mount Albert Grammar School is one of New Zealand’s top secondary schools and we are seeking an experienced ICT Technician to join us.

The role is full time, Monday to Friday.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Setup, configuration and maintenance of all device management systems and devices using Jamf Pro and Microsoft InTune.
  • Diagnose and troubleshoot errors and issues with different eco-systems including Apple, Microsoft, Android and Chrome.
  • Assist and support staff and students with ICT needs as required.

The successful applicant will

  • have exceptional interpersonal, communication and relationship skills
  • enjoy working with people
  • have good problem-solving skills
  • be flexible, reliable and efficient
  • be a team player.
  • be familiar with Jamf Pro, Apple and Microsoft operating systems and products in order to assist staff and students in their use.

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]  

Please click here to download a copy of the Application Form .

Alternative Education Tutor

A new role has become available for an Alternative Education (AE) Tutor with ACES at the Queen Street Campus.

Auckland City Education Services (ACES) is governed by Mount Albert Grammar School and delivers MoE contracts for the school.

ACES has a notable history of successfully turning around young lives.  We require a dedicated person, with a strong sense of vocation, enjoys working with young people and whānau/ families and being a member of a strong dedicated team.

The person is responsible in tutoring a number of students (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 for enrolling schools in Auckland City.

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 driver’s licence
  • Can show initiative and willingness to adapt and respond quickly

Salary is paid according to the Support Staff in Schools Teacher Aide (TA) Collective Agreement and Grade / Step is dependent on the person’s qualification and experience. A Qualification Grant is available when qualifications are aligned to core responsibilities.


This is a fixed term Employment Contract and is aligned to the MoE Alternative Education Agreement for 2021 – 2022.

New agreement will be confirmed in 2022 for 2023 and beyond.

Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa and an acceptable police vet check.

Applications close at 4.00 pm on Friday 17 December 2021 (interviews will take place from  17 January 2022)

To apply please complete a MAGS Staff Application form, and send it, your CV and covering letter to: [email protected]

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Click here for the MAGS Staff Application Form