Staff Vacancy

Performing Arts Specialist Teacher Position

Are you passionate about performing arts?  We require a highly motivated teacher interested in creating and implementing an innovative practical programme for Y1-Y6 students.

The successful applicant will teach a specialist programme involving music, dance and drama.  You must have outstanding communication skills, the ability to lead and drive the performing arts across the school.  Baverstock Oaks has a very supportive collegial environment and a commitment to growing effective leaders.

This is a fixed term position for 2020 with the possibility of being permanent in the future.

1MU attached to this position.

There will be specific responsibilities attached to this role:

  • Lead and support choreography of dances for HPPA dance festival
  • Manage the Arts budget and lead this curriculum area
  • Lead and train choirs for external performances
  • Plan, organise and support: School productions, showcases
  • Planned opportunities for dance and drama, through GATE clubs, lunchtime clubs and / or external performance groups

Provisionally registered teachers are welcome to apply.

Learning Assistant position (Teacher Aide)

Kia ora, Bula Vinaka, Fakaalofa lahi atu, Fakatalofa atu, Kia orana, Malo e lelei, Malo ni, Talofa lava, Tena koutou katoa and welcome.

Our school has quality staff, and learning support staff who are committed to working together with tamariki/ children and their whanau and community.

We work together to meet the needs of children with additional learning needs from a wide range of culture and neurodiverse backgrounds.

We strive to make the biggest difference we can for every child and young person have equitable access to the curriculum in Aotearoa and become lifelong learners.

So come and join our teaching team at Baverstock Oaks School especially if you:

  • Want to make a difference for young learners with additional needs.
  • Are a team player who can work well with a diverse range of people
  • Are an excellent communicator
  • Understanding of tikanga Maori would be a strong advantage
  • Have experience of working with children with additional learning needs (preferable but not essential)
  • Have a willingness to learn as on the job training/ supervision will be provided
  • Are available to work during school hours.
  • You are a NZ citizen or are a permanent resident.

The role would also suit you if you have, or are working towards an Education qualification.

This position is a fixed term position, part-time with variable hours and is based in our school.

If this opportunity interests you, please request the Job Description – contact the office of Baverstock Oaks on. Ph +64 9 2786741 or by email on: [email protected]

Applications close: Friday 4 October 2019