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STAFF VACANCIES

Samoan Bilingual Teacher, Permanent, Fulltime

Kelston Girls’ College has successfully implemented a new curriculum using integrated, project based modules and weaving mātauranga Māori throughout.  We are looking for a dynamic, forward thinking teacher of Gagana Samoa to work within Te Wheke, the bilingual pathway.  A willingness to teach collaboratively with teachers from other subject areas is essential. 

Please tell us what your teaching subjects and passions are and join us on our journey.

If this is a role that appeals to you, please apply here.


Samoan Bilingual Teacher, part time, fixed term

Kelston Girls’ College has successfully implemented a new curriculum using integrated, project based modules and weaving mātauranga Māori throughout.  We are looking for a dynamic, forward thinking teacher of Gagana Samoa to work within Te Wheke, the bilingual pathway. A willingness to teach collaboratively with teachers from other subject areas is essential. 

Please tell us what your teaching subjects and passions are and join us on our journey.

If this is a role that appeals to you, please apply here.


Learning Navigators

  • Do you have a passion for working with rangatahi with diverse learning needs?

  • Are you interested in making a difference in our kura and community?

  • Would you like to work locally with no more traffic hassles?

Kelston Girls’ College is looking for enthusiastic and digitally competent Learning Navigators to join our team for 2024. 

About you:

  • You understand and honour the principles of Te Tiriti o Waitangi and have the ability to work in a culturally informed way in our diverse kura

  • You are passionate about learning outcomes 

  • You will have a highly collaborative working style

  • You are able to communicate effectively and professionally

  • You are confident in using digital approaches to learning and capable of expanding the digital fluency of our students

  • You are able to support our students with some translation support

About us:

At Kelston Girls’ College, our mission is to empower, challenge and celebrate students through curiosity, creativity, and flexibility within a culturally responsive context.  We do this by supporting our ākonga (Years 9-13) in a range of contexts, and empowering them as confident future-focused lifelong learners. 

This is a permanent Grade B/C position for 14 hours per week, during term time only.

If this sounds like you, please apply with a completed application form, CV and covering letter (including details of three professional referees) to ppa@kelstongirls.school.nz.  Applicants will be subject to satisfactory police vetting.


    Te reo Māori teacher

    Kelston Girls’ College has successfully implemented a new curriculum using integrated, project based modules and weaving mātauranga Māori throughout.  We are looking for a dynamic, forward-thinking teacher of te reo Māori to work within Te Wheke, the bilingual pathway. This role meets the criteria for the Māori Immersion Teacher Allowance (under the Secondary Teachers' Collective Agreement). A willingness to teach collaboratively with teachers from other subject areas is essential. A fixed-term assistant head of pathway position is available. Please see assistant head of pathway advert. 

    Please tell us what your teaching subjects and passions are and join us on our journey.

    If this is a role that appeals to you, please apply.

    Application form

    Person Specification​​​​​​​

    AHOP Te Wheke

    Kelston Girls College has transformed the curriculum to meet the learning needs of students and we are looking for an inspiring leader of Te Wheke to help us build the bilingual strength in the school. 

    The school has implemented project based integrated modules of learning and we are looking for a Te Reo Māori specialist, Gagana Samoa specialist or Lea Faka Tonga specialist to lead the pathway.  Te Wheke are a dynamic and dedicated team of Kaiako and need a dynamic and enthusiastic leader to ensure they are well supported.  Please state your specialist subject area. 

    The successful candidate could be a new leader looking for an exciting challenge or a more experienced leader looking to create lasting change. 

    If this is a role that appeals to you, please apply with your CV, completed employment application and cover letter including three professional referees.

    Application form

    Person Specification




    Health Sciences Tutor

    Kelston Girls’ College is seeking an enthusiastic Health Science Tutor for our Health Science Academy programme. This is an exciting opportunity to provide tutoring services to the students who have been selected to be part of this Academy with support from Te Whatu Ora. 

    This position is part-time, fixed-term for Terms 1- 4 (commencing TBC) on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 7:30am-9:00am. Further opportunities for tutoring during the school holidays will be by negotiation with the Director of the Health Science Academy.

    This position is a Grade A, Step 1 position with an hourly rate of $25.18 per hour

    If this sounds like you, please apply with a completed application form, CV and covering letter (including details of three professional referees) to ppa@kelstongirls.school.nz. 

    Closing date is Wednesday 28 February 2024.

    Vetting Form