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Any current staff vacancies will be listed below. Teaching vacancies are also listed in the Education Gazette. All other vacancies are listed on Seek.

High School Deputy Principal Full time, permanent, 5MU

We are seeking a Deputy Principal to lead our High School Year 8-13. This position is integral to the school achieving its vision and meeting the high expectations of our community. We are an integrated Rudolf Steiner School that provides a seamless education for children from kindergarten to Year 13 on the one site.

Our students are friendly and hardworking. Our whanau are supportive and our staff are of high calibre and committed. We are a vibrant and high-achieving school where the Steiner philosophy underpins the distinctive approach to the curriculum and all aspects of school life.  The position requires a proven high-performer for a wide range of responsibilities including: principal’s nominee, school operations, leadership of the middle management team, overseeing day relief and developing internal and school community relationships.

A willingness to plan and organise courses, programmes and systems which reflect the special character of the school shall be a condition of employment.

This role is covered by the COVID-19 Public Health Response (Vaccinations) Order 2021, so applicants must either be vaccinated or have a medical exemption.

For any enquiries about this position contact the Principal at [email protected]

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Applications close Sunday 20th February 2022. Please complete this application form and email with your current CV and letter of introduction to [email protected]

HOD English Teacher Full time, permanent, 2MU

We are seeking an enthusiastic, committed High School HOD English teacher (including NCEA) who will lead our English department commencing April, 2022.

The ideal candidate will be artistic, creative, a good communicator with positive classroom management skills and the ability to work collegially.

A strong commitment to keeping students at the centre of their work and a willingness to teach and organise programmes in accordance with the special character of the school is essential. Class sizes are small and more intimate. A background in Steiner pedagogy is desirable, but flexibilty and a willingness to embrace holistic education is also a key attribute. 

Applicants must have current NZ teacher registration.

This role is covered by the COVID-19 Public Health Response (Vaccinations) Order 2021, so applicants must either be vaccinated or have a medical exemption.

For any enquiries about this position contact the Principal at [email protected]

Applications close Sunday 20th February 2022. Please complete this application form and email with your current CV and letter of introduction to [email protected]

TIC Hard Materials Technology Teacher Full time, permanent, 1MU

We are seeking an enthusiastic, committed Hard Materials Technology teacher (woodwork) commencing April, 2022. Craft skills and practical problem solving are highly valued in our school from an early age, and we are wanting a creative teacher who is interested in finding innovative ways to reflect this in the work produced in NCEA Hard materials technology Level 2 & 3. Experience in design technology (DVC) or ceramics an advantage but not essential. The ideal candidate will be artistic, creative, a good communicator with positive classroom management skills and the ability to work collegially.

A strong commitment to keeping students at the centre of their work and a willingness to teach and organise programmes in accordance with the special character of the school is essential.

A background in Steiner pedagogy is desirable. Applicants must have current NZ teacher registration.

This role is covered by the COVID-19 Public Health Response (Vaccinations) Order 2021, so applicants must either be vaccinated or have a medical exemption.

For any enquiries about this position contact the Principal at [email protected]

Applications close Sunday 20th February 2022. Please complete this application form and email with your current CV and letter of introduction to [email protected]

Eurythmy Teacher Expressions of Interest

Michael Park School is seeking expressions of interest for a Eurythmy teacher. Eurythmy is a highly valued subject in our school, among faculty, students and the community. Michael Park School is an established school in Auckland. Our current enrolment is 410 students from Early Childhood through to Class 12, and we are seeking to grow in the coming years.

We are looking for an experienced Eurythmy teacher with diploma and pedagogical-eurythmy training (preferably with NZ teacher registration, though this is not essential). A successful applicant would have respect and openness to work with Māori spiritual and cultural values and to uphold the Treaty of Waitangi. Key tasks would be:

  • Teaching to the Eurythmy curriculum, incorporating Māori material where possible
  • Creating Eurythmy performance opportunities for students, particularly as part of festivals and plays
  • Developing an understanding of and support for Eurythmy in the wider school community, with the possibility of Eurythmy classes for staff and/or parents
  • Caring for and maintaining the Eurythmy teaching space
  • Working with the accompanist as required and giving advice and support as necessary

To express your interest please address the above criteria and email to Terry Storer (Principal) of Michael Park School [email protected]

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