Staff Vacancies

1st XV Rugby Head Coach

An exciting rugby coaching opportunity for the right person. Mount Albert Grammar School is looking for a 1st XV Rugby Head Coach

The successful applicant will be responsible for coaching the 1st XV and for the direction of the assistant coaches, assisting the Director of Rugby as required.

Mount Albert Grammar School has a long tradition of sporting excellence and the school is proud of its success at the highest level.  Our 1st XV won the NZ secondary school championship in 2016 and represented NZ in the Sanix World 1st XV Tournament in Japan in 2017. We had 8 rugby teams in 2018 and run a Rugby academy for selected students in Year 9 and Year 10. To find out more about MAGs, go to www.mags.school.nz 

Key requirements

  • An appropriate qualification in rugby coaching or experience in coaching at 1st XV level or higher level of competition.
  • Experience in coaching rugby in New Zealand.
  • Verifiable people management skills.
  • Verifiable ability to work effectively with young men.
  • Active support for the school-wide sporting culture of fair play underpinned by The MAGS Way values.

Additional advantageous qualifications, abilities and skills

  • A registration with the Teachers Council and a willingness to join the teaching staff of the school.
  • Ability to form effective and positive relationships with 1st XV coaches in other schools and the greater Auckland rugby community.
  • A reliable and effective working relationship with Auckland Rugby.
  • A commitment to the College Sport regulations pertaining to rugby.

Salary, hours of work and start date are negotiable with the Headmaster.

Applications close at 4.00 pm on Friday, 22 February, 2019

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Please send your cover letter, completed Mount Albert Grammar School staff application form and CV to supportstaffhr@mags.school.nz

Director of Rowing

 

An exciting opportunity to direct a Rowing Programme and coach a talented squad. Mount Albert Grammar School is looking for a Director of Rowing.

The successful applicant will be responsible for directing the coaching programme, directing the assistant coaches and coaching as required.

Mount Albert Grammar School (MAGS) has a flourishing programme of 60 boy and girl rowers from novice to senior level.
MAGS is one of the largest and most multi-cultural co-educational, state schools in New Zealand. It is one of the most successful in academic achievement, cultural activities, service to others and in sport. It prides itself on a values-based education that supports these four pillars. Our aim is to grow good young people by building character and a drive for personal excellence, believing top outcomes in all spheres of their lives will follow. Find out more at www.mags.school.nz

Key requirements

  • Extensive coaching experience in both the finer points of technique and in the broader ability to guide rowers to achieve long-term goals, both athletically and in terms of personal development.
  • An appreciation of values-based coaching that fosters team culture and individual character, providing opportunities for athletes to pursue goals of personal excellence both on and off the water.
  • Leadership experience of both rowing squads and coaching teams.
  • Proven ability to work with Y9-Y13 (13-18-year-old) athletes and their parents.
  • Excellent organisational capability.
  • Excellent relational attributes, including skills in communication and conflict resolution, and a willingness to work with varied stakeholders to achieve a shared outcome.
  • Strong leadership attributes, with a drive to take the initiative and lead our programme “from the front” through its next stage of development.
  • Active support for the school-wide sporting culture of fair play underpinned by The MAGS Way values.

Additional advantageous qualifications, abilities and skills

  • Registration with the New Zealand Education Council and a willingness to join the teaching staff of the school.
  • Ability to form effective and positive relationships with rowing coaches in other schools and members of the New Zealand rowing community.
  • A reliable and effective working relationship with NZ Rowing.
  • A commitment to the College Sport regulations pertaining to rowing.

Salary, hours of work and start date are negotiable with the Headmaster.

Applications close at 4.00 pm on Friday, 1 March, 2019.

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Please send your cover letter, completed Mount Albert Grammar School staff application form and CV to supportstaffhr@mags.school.nz

Assistant Property Manager

 

  • Do you love working with people?
  • Are you meticulous?
  • Are you Health and Safety conscious?

A great opportunity exists for a suitably qualified and experienced person seeking a part-time (20 hours per week) position in Health and Safety and property oversight at Mount Albert Grammar School (MAGS), one of New Zealand’s leading state schools.

MAGS is one of the largest and most multi-cultural co-educational state schools in New Zealand. It is one of the most successful in academic achievement, cultural activities, service to others and in sport. It prides itself on a values-based education that supports these four pillars. Our aim is to grow good young people by building character and a drive for personal excellence, believing top outcomes in all spheres of their lives will follow. Find out more at https://www.mags.school.nz

Major tasks include:

  • Responsibility for Health and Safety in the School.
  • Liaison and communication with contractors, building and renovating, classroom blocks.
  • Support for the Property Manager.

Key Requirements

  • Previous experience in the building/construction industry.
  • Experience in the application of NZ Health and Safety legislation.
  • Experience in project management in the building industry would be an advantage.

Salary and start date will be negotiated with the successful applicant.

This is a salaried position, part-time, for a fixed term of two years with an extension possible.

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Please send your cover letter, completed Mount Albert Grammar School staff application form and CV to supportstaffhr@mags.school.nz

Teacher Aides


We are looking for experienced 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, primarily with literacy and numeracy skills and also with executive function skills such as organisation, impulse control and task initiation.
This position involves assisting a student with physical disabilities with toileting. It may also involve tasks related to a mobility dog.
Excellent spoken and written English language skills are essential. Familiarity with Microsoft Office is desirable.
The advertised position is fixed-term, with a start date of 23 January, 2019 and ceasing early December 2019. 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, completed Mount Albert Grammar School staff application form and CV to mrivalland@mags.school.nz.

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