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STAFF VACANCIES


Maths Kaiako

Kelston Girls’ College is looking for a dynamic and forward thinking Maths specialist kaiako to support our students. The ideal candidate would work closely with the Te Ara Tapa Toru (Maths, PE and health) pathway to provide specialist maths teaching and to develop the passion for Maths and numeracy within our ākonga.

The willingness to develop an understanding of mātauranga Māori and real world project based modules of learning, and 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.

Person Specification

Applications close on 21 June at 4pm.


Head of PE/Health

Kelston Girls College has transformed the curriculum to meet the learning needs of students and we are looking for an inspiring leader of PE and Health with the ability to be the assistant head of Te ara Tapa Toru (Maths, PE and health) pathway.

The school has implemented project based integrated modules of learning and we are looking for a PE specialist to lead the PE/health area and to assist the head of the Te ara Tapa Toru pathway.  

We are rebuilding a dynamic and dedicated team of PE and health kaiako and we need a dynamic and enthusiastic leader to ensure they are well supported and guided to produce excellent outcomes from our very talented students. 

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.

Person Specification

Applications close on 21 June at 4pm.


PE Kaiako

Kelston Girls’ College is looking for a dynamic and forward thinking PE specialist kaiako to support our students.   The ideal candidate would work closely with the Te Ara Tapatoru pathway to provide specialist PE teaching and to develop the passion for PE and sport within our talented ākonga.

The willingness to develop an understanding of mātauranga Māori and real world project based modules of learning, and 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.

Applications close on 27 June at 4pm.


    Te Wheke Bilingual Learning Navigators 

    Te Wheke, the Kelston Girls’ College’s bilingual pathway, is looking for enthusiastic and digitally competent bilingual learning navigators to join their team. 

    At Kelston Girls’ College, our vision is to create culturally connected ākonga with the mōhiotanga to be agents of change.  We do this by supporting our students, and empowering them as confident future-focused lifelong learners.

    Our ideal candidate for this role will be:

    • Fluent in either Te Reo Māori, Samoan, or Tongan language

    • Confident in using digital approaches to learning

    • Capable of expanding the digital fluency of students

    • Able to support our students with translation support

    • A collaborative member of our staff

    The hours for this role will be confirmed on application and is term time only.  These roles fall under the B-C pay scale of the Support Staff in Schools Collective Agreement.  The successful applicant will be required to undergo satisfactory police vetting.

    If this sounds like you, please use the application form on our website www.kelstongirls.school.nz

    Applications close midday, Monday 8 July 2024.

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

    Learning Navigator (Permanent/Part Time)

    • 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. 

    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 vision is to empower our learners to become culturally connected with the mōhiotanga to agents of change.  

    This is a permanent position for 15.8 hours per week, during term time only. Remuneration will be commensurate with experience. 

    If this sounds like you, please apply with a CV and covering letter (including details of three professional referees) Applicants will be subject to satisfactory police vetting.