Vacancies

Health and Physical Education Teacher

Full time, Permanent Secondary (Years 7–15) / wharekura, Certificated teacher Health and physical education

Suitable for beginning teachers

Kamo High School is a well resourced co-ed school in Whangarei of approximately 750 students. We believe in building respectful and meaningful relationships with our community and value both whakapono (building integrity and trust) and aroha (practicing compassion and respect) to inspire our students to aspire to be the best versions of themselves both personally and academically.

Our school is community focussed and we encourage all staff to contribute to the varied learning opportunities that are offered to students in such an environment.

We are seeking a teacher who is passionate about both academic and personal success to join our school whānau, in particular to support the learning area of health and physical education. We are looking for a teacher who understands manaakitanga and whanaungatanga, and has high expectations of their students. We are also looking for applicants who value student agency and student voice.

Experience in outdoor education an advantage

Beginning teachers may apply.

Applications close Wednesday 14th December 2022.

How to apply

Please email to request an application form:

Carolyn Matthews

jobs@kamohigh.school.nz

09 4351688 ext 216

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Assistant Leader of Learning Health & Physical Education

Full time, Permanent Secondary (Years 7–15) / wharekura, Certificated teacher Health and physical education 1 MU

Suitable for beginning teachers

Kamo High School is a well resourced co-ed school in Whangarei of approximately 770 students. We believe in building respectful and meaningful relationships with our community and value both whakapono (building integrity and trust) and aroha (practicing compassion and respect) to inspire our students to aspire to be the best versions of themselves both personally and academically.

Our school is community focussed and we encourage all staff to contribute to the varied learning opportunities that are offered to students in such an environment.

We are seeking a teacher who is passionate about both academic and personal success to join our school whanau, in particular to support the learning area of Health & Physical Education. We are looking for a teacher who understands manaakitanga and whanaungatanga, and has high expectations of their students. We are also looking for applicants who value student agency and student voice.

Experience in Health would be an advantage

Applications close Wednesday 14th December 2022.

How to apply

Please request an application form: Carolyn Matthews

jobs@kamohigh.school.nz

09 4351688 ext 216

Assistant Leader of Learning - HPE.pdf

Mathematics Teacher Full time, Permanent

Kamo High School is a well resourced coed school in Whangārei of approximately 800 students. We believe in building respectful and meaningful relationships with our community and value both whakapono (building integrity and trust) and aroha (practising compassion and respect) to inspire our students to aspire to be the best versions of themselves both personally and academically.

Our school is community-focused and we encourage all staff to contribute to the varied learning opportunities that are offered to students in such an environment.

We are seeking a teacher who is passionate about both academic and personal success to join our school whānau, in particular to support the learning area of mathematics. We are looking for a teacher who understands manaakitanga and whanaungatanga, and has high expectations of their students. We are also looking for an applicant who values student agency and student voice.

Beginning teachers may apply.

Applications close Tuesday 05 December 2022.

How to apply

To request a job application form please contact:

Carolyn Matthews

jobs@kamohigh.school.nz

(09) 435 1688 ext 216

Job Description

Job-Description-Generic-Teacher-v12.pdf

Leader of Student Support Centre Full time, Permanent

Secondary (Years 7–15) / wharekura, Middle leadership English, Health and physical education, Learning languages, Mathematics and statistics, Science, Social sciences, Technology, Te reo Māori, The arts 2MU

Kamo High School is a well resourced coed school in Whangārei of approximately 800 students. We believe in building respectful and meaningful relationships with our community and value whanaungatanga (relationships), whakapono (building integrity and trust) and Tūmanako (having high expectations of success) to inspire our students to aspire to be the best versions of themselves both personally and academically.

Leaders at Kamo High School will work as part of our Manukura (Middle Leadership), in conjunction with our deputy principals (Ngā Kākākura) to plan, develop and implement an innovative and responsive curriculum across Y9–13. The leader of the Student Support Centre will lead the team to develop and provide opportunities that give learners choice and agency, while still gaining the necessary skills and knowledge for life beyond school.

It is an expectation that all staff at Kamo High School assist in building learning experiences in a way that gives learners choice and agency, while supporting them to still gain necessary skills and knowledge to support them both in school, outside of school and beyond school. All teachers at Kamo High School are expected to contribute to the whānau system working collaboratively with the whānau deans to provide support and mentoring for all students.

The team of the Student Support Centre consists of DHB nurses, a youth worker, two part-time guidance counsellors, a social worker, check and connect mentor and a student support administrator.

Qualifications required:

  • Counselling qualification required

  • Teacher registration preferable but not required

  • Member of NZAC an advantage.

Applications close Tuesday 05 December 2022.

How to apply

To request a job application form please contact:

Carolyn Matthews

jobs@kamohigh.school.nz

(09) 435 1688 ext 216

Job Description

Leader-of-Student-Support-Centre-1.pdf

Administration/Receptionist Job Description

We are a well resourced co-ed school in Whangarei of approximately 800 students. We believe in building respectful and meaningful relationships (whanaungatanga) with our community and value both whakapono (building integrity and trust) and Tūmanako (valuing high expectations and success) to inspire our students to aspire to be the best versions of themselves both personally and academically.

This part-time job 8.30 am to 3.30 pm (term time only) is super important to the school as it requires front facing visitors and students to the office. The person is the first point of contact for anyone coming into the school. There are a variety of admin tasks associated with the position so a high level of IT knowledge would be required. A sense of humour is essential and the willingness to work as part of an efficient team.

Applications close 12.00pm on Wednesday 23rd November.

All applications must apply directly through Seek.


Full Job Description

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Kapa Haka Tutor Fixed Term, Part Time Te Kura Tuarua o Te Kamo

Ka anga atu ōku kanohi ki te maunga tapu ko Hurupaki, ko Parihaka, ko Parikiore, ko Te Rāwhitiroa, tū te ao, tū te pō. Ka rere ngā wai tapu tuku kiri o ngā tahataha i ngā awa ko Hoteo, ko Te Maruarua, ko Te Wairua, ko Umukaraka ki te moana nui a Kiwa, e kore rā e mimiti. Ka hoea rā ngā matawaka ki uta. Tīhei wā mauri ora.

E rapu ana mātou tētahi kaiwhakaako ki te taha Ao Haka. Kei te kaitono he pukenga wāu ki te whakarite wheako kia hīkaka ai te nuku, kia oreore ai te neke mā ngā akonga kaihaka e whanake, e ako.

Nō reira,nau mai, piki mai, haere mai tētahi āhua, mīharo. We require a Kapa Haka Tutor who has experience in creating a supportive environment which enables students to learn and develop their proficiency in kapa haka.

The successful applicant will be expected to:

  • Plan and organise tutoring of Kapa Haka

  • Assist at events and prepare students for regional competitions

  • Prepare a training timetable and schedule for contracted period

  • Arrange and deliver weekend wananga to support preparations for competition

We are looking for someone who has experience and knowledge in kapa haka and tikanga at regional / national level. Ability to develop items for kapa haka competitions and the ability to work with young people to develop their skills in kapa haka.

As you will be working in a school environment police vetting will be required at the shortlisting stage.

Please apply through Seek with a covering letter and CV, by 13th December 2023.

All applications must apply directly through Seek.


Full Job Description

Kapa Haka JOB DESCRIPTION.pdf