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Kristin School
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The opportunity Kristin School is a co-educational, non-denominational, independent school on Auckland’s North Shore. It provides education for more than 1800 students from Early Learning to Year 13, with dual pathways through NCEA and the International Baccalaureate programme. We are seeking a part-time Assistant Basketball Coach to support our male and female teams across years 7-13. The successful applicant will be responsible for providing technical training, strategic planning, and mentorship to improve their players’ performance. You will liaise with team members, coaches, and managers to organise training sessions and games. Job Responsibilities - Develop and implement strategies for training and skills improvement - Attend games and tournaments, coordinating and instructing players during practices and games - Maintain communication with players, managers and other coaches to ensure a positive team environment - Foster sportsmanship, teamwork, and general character-building in players - Monitor player performance and identify key areas of improvement - Work alongside the Head of Basketball and other coaches to implement the holistic development of our basketball programme - Assist in the development of our student coaches - Attend coaches' meetings and be willing to attend coach development sessions. Important Skills This role requires the applicant to have: - Expertise in basketball techniques, tactics, and rules - Proven success in working with students - Strong leadership and communication skills - Experience coaching or playing at a high level - Ability to work flexible hours and travel as needed - Desire to work with students in a school environment - Current First Aid Certificate (or willing to attend first aid training provided by the school) - Commitment to Kristin’s values; “Progress with vision, integrity and love”. Coach availability Preseason - commence early February Intermediate season: All year Secondary School Season - Term 1, 2 and 3 (February - September) Coaching opportunities available: Games: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday (After School) Practice: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday (Before and After School) What we offer This role provides the opportunity to join a supportive and welcoming school community with over 25 basketball teams and three impressive court facilities. The coach will also receive support from an experienced coaching team to further their development. How to apply Please apply online at www.kristincareers.nz by completing your application form and attaching your CV. If you wish to discuss the role in confidence, please contact Andreas Fossum at (09) 415 9566 ext 2480 or by email afossum@kristin.school.nz Applications close Friday 7 June 2024.

The opportunity Kristin School is a co-educational, non-denominational, independent school on Auckland’s North Shore. It provides education for more than 1800 students from Early Learning to Year 13...

We seek a teacher of Health and Physical Education for a full time, permanent position from the start of Term 3, 2024 (start date 22 July 2024). Glendowie College is a community which strives to empower ākonga to experience success. We have high academic expectations of our students, while also supporting them to develop as confident, articulate, resilient and globally-aware young people. An ideal candidate will: ● Have experience teaching Health and Physical Education preferred. ● Have the ability to teach in another faculty area, if so, please state subject(s). ● Be collaborative and collegial. ● Build positive relationships with both students and colleagues. ● Be motivated to engage in and implement professional learning towards the IB MYP (our junior programme); our school-based year 11 programme; and NCEA Levels 2 and 3. Beginning Teachers can apply. Applications close on 17 May 2024 (Thursday) 9:00am. Application form may be requested from won@gdc.school.nz Please send your application form, cover letter and CV to Eliza Wong (Principal’s PA) at won@gdc.school.nz

We seek a teacher of Health and Physical Education for a full time, permanent position from the start of Term 3, 2024 (start date 22 July 2024). Glendowie College is a community which strives to empow...

Permanent, full time position, starting date negotiable. We seek a highly organised and proactive leader for our extensive co-curricular sports programme. A person with New Zealand school experience preferred. Glendowie College offers a wide range of sports and has student participation rates significantly higher than the national average. The college, its students and parents value the opportunity for students to participate and compete at all levels. You will be responsible for implementing our annual Sports Strategic Plan, working with our two current Sports Co-ordinators. We seek someone with the organisational and relationship skills to lead the sports team, effectively co-ordinate our sports programme, and support our large number of volunteers. We encourage the successful applicant to take an active coaching role in the programme. If you are an excellent organiser and communicator, enjoy working with people, and are a self-starter – with a passion for teenagers and sport, we welcome your application. Applications close on 27 May 2024 (Monday) 9:00am. Application form may be requested from won@gdc.school.nz Please email your application form, cover letter and CV to Eliza Wong (Principal’s PA) at won@gdc.school.nz

Permanent, full time position, starting date negotiable. We seek a highly organised and proactive leader for our extensive co-curricular sports programme. A person with New Zealand school experience p...

Mount Albert Grammar School is one of New Zealand’s top secondary schools and we are seeking an experienced sports administrator to join us. The school has a proud tradition of student participation in sport. The role is Monday to Friday and term time only, although you must have the availability to work on Saturdays as required, in the summer and/or winter sports season. The primary focus of the role is to provide administrative support to the Director of Sport Administration and Facilities to ensure the smooth running and on-going development of sport. The successful applicant will be a team player with excellent communication and administration skills and be proficient with Excel and Microsoft packages and have the ability to build rapport with a wide range of internal employees. 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 Staff Vacancies section of the school website) and CV to shayes@mags.school.nz.

Mount Albert Grammar School is one of New Zealand’s top secondary schools and we are seeking an experienced sports administrator to join us. The school has a proud tradition of student participation...

We are looking for an experienced rowing director for a mature and developing school rowing programme. The ideal candidate will have passionate about helping young people succeed in both their sport and in life. Mount Albert Grammar School (MAGS) has a flourishing programme of 60-80 boy and girl rowers from novice to senior level. MAGS is a co-educational, state-funded school that is one of the largest and most multi-cultural in New Zealand. It is also one of the most successful both academically and in sport, and prides itself on a values-based education that supports both 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 MAGSROW has a coaching team of about six, with operations run by a parent-led Management Committee. Support and strategy oversight is provided by an experienced Steering Committee. The programme is run in close liaison with both the school and our affiliate club, the West End Rowing Club (WERC), one of New Zealand’s formative and leading rowing clubs for more than 100 years. We use the facilities of WERC, training in conjunction with the club and two other schools, and have collaborative use of rowing plant owned by WERC to supplement our owned equipment. MAGS has a long and illustrious history in high school rowing in New Zealand stretching back to the 1940’s. After a period away from the sport, the rowing programme was restarted in 2009. Completing our 13th successful year in March, we are looking for a Director to lead the programme into its next exciting chapter. What we need from you: • 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. Teaching qualifications (in any subject) are not necessary, but would be a strong adjunct, providing options and efficiencies. Remuneration is negotiable, dependent upon skills and experience. Subsidised accommodation may be available but should not be relied upon. Please refer to Staff vacancies on our website (www.mags.school.nz) for a job description. To apply, email your CV, cover letter and MAGS staff application form to Sarah Hayes, Deputy Principal, shayes@mags.school.nz. Applications close 3 May 2024.

We are looking for an experienced rowing director for a mature and developing school rowing programme. The ideal candidate will have passionate about helping young people succeed in both their sport a...

Are you a passionate Health & PE Teacher? Look no further! We are looking for a new Health & PE Teacher on a full time or part time basis. Here, you will have the opportunity to make a valuable contribution to our Health & PE Team, and work with motivated students who are eager to learn and have the resources you need to put your ideas for engaging and inspired learning into action. We strongly believe that behind every great school is a great team of people – and we’d love you to join ours! This position is to commence at the beginning of Term 2,2024. We will look at a Term 3 start date. • Passionate about teaching young women • An innovative, dynamic, and engaging teacher, skilled to teach Health & PE at all levels from Year 7 to Year 13. • Committed to ensuring a supportive, high trust, collegial and supportive environment. We offer students a dual pathway with NCEA and International Baccalaureate. In the Health and PE Faculty, NCEA is taught in Years 11-13, and the IB MYP programme is taught Years 7-10. Diocesan School for Girls is a place of academic, sporting, and cultural excellence. We are a high performing independent Anglican School with girls who are motivated to learn. Our students have access to state of the art educational and sporting facilities. Our school is a place of innovation and inspiration, where we help girls develop skills for the ever-changing world. Our staff have access to a wide range of professional development opportunities as part of our ongoing commitment to continuous learning and development in leadership, curriculum, and pedagogy. We have a positive, supportive culture with people at its heart. What else do we offer? • Competitive remuneration • Access to a wide range of hard and digital resources • Access to fitness centre, pool, and physiotherapist services • Covered staff car parking on site Sound like you? Please apply online via our website www.diocesan.school.nz/employment- opportunities by 3rd May 2024. For further information please email recruitment@diocesan.school.nz. We are also happy to accept part-time applicants.

Are you a passionate Health & PE Teacher? Look no further! We are looking for a new Health & PE Teacher on a full time or part time basis. Here, you will have the opportunity to make a valuabl...

We are looking for a full-time Sports Coordinator to work alongside our Director of Sport on a journey of growth as our school roll increases substantially year on year. Are you committed to: enacting Te Tiriti o Waitangi, supporting high level athletic achievement, delivering quality secondary school sports opportunities, and fostering enjoyable participation for all students? The HPSS Sport Department's vision is for all students to find the physical recreation, exercise, or sporting activities that they enjoy in order to live a healthy active lifestyle. Our driving philosophy is “Better People Through Sport and Rec For All”. The successful applicant will work alongside the Director of Sport to assist with delivering sport and physical activity opportunities at Hobsonville Point Secondary School. This role encompasses managing and maintaining all administrative tasks associated with delivering sport and physical activity in a school setting. Strong organisational, time management and communication skills are a must. In addition to this support and administrative role, the Sports Coordinator will lead the launch of a new, innovative Athlete Development Programme in 2024. This will be three hours on Wednesday afternoons (plus planning time) with up to 30 student-athletes, exploring what it takes to become a high-performing athlete. You will support and develop each individual student-athlete to maximise their potential athletically, academically, and socially. You will focus on physical development, strength and conditioning, engaging specialist coaches, and progression planning aligned to each student's training goals. Along with physical development, you will look into nutrition, psychology of performance, hauora, and rehab. The specific start date and qualifications for this position are negotiable. This role is covered under the Support Staff Collective Agreement and pay rates will be dependent on skills, qualifications and experience. The role is 40 hours per week during term time only. Interested applicants should email the Principal's PA maliina@hobsonvillepoint.school.nz for detailed application form and information pack.

We are looking for a full-time Sports Coordinator to work alongside our Director of Sport on a journey of growth as our school roll increases substantially year on year. Are you committed to: enacting...

Are you a passionate Health & PE Teacher? Look no further! We are looking for a new Health & PE Teacher on a full time  or part time Permanent basis. Here, you will have the opportunity to make a valuable contribution to our Health & PE Team, and work with motivated students who are eager to learn and have the resources you need to put your ideas for engaging and inspired learning into action. We strongly believe that behind every great school is a great team of people – and we’d love you to join ours! This position is to commence at the beginning of Term 2, 2024. You will be: • Passionate about teaching young women • An innovative, dynamic, and engaging teacher, skilled to teach Health & PE at all levels from Year 7 to Year 13. • Committed to ensuring a supportive, high trust, collegial and supportive environment. We offer students a dual pathway with NCEA and International Baccalaureate. In the Health and PE Faculty, NCEA is taught in Years 11-13, and the IB MYP programme is taught Years 7-10. Diocesan School for Girls is a place of academic, sporting, and cultural excellence. We are a high performing independent Anglican School with girls who are motivated to learn. Our students have access to state of the art educational and sporting facilities. Our school is a place of innovation and inspiration, where we help girls develop skills for the ever-changing world. Our staff have access to a wide range of professional development opportunities as part of our ongoing commitment to continuous learning and development in leadership, curriculum, and pedagogy. We have a positive, supportive culture with people at its heart. What else do we offer? • Competitive remuneration • Access to a wide range of hard and digital resources • Access to fitness centre, pool, and physiotherapist services • Covered staff car parking on site Sound like you? Please apply online via our website www.diocesan.school.nz/employment- opportunities by 3rd May 2024. For further information please email recruitment@diocesan.school.nz.

Are you a passionate Health & PE Teacher? Look no further! We are looking for a new Health & PE Teacher on a full time  or part time Permanent basis. Here, you will have the opportunity to ma...