As one of the largest Multicultural Secondary Schools in New Zealand, Manurewa High School stands as a beacon of cultural inclusion and academic success. With roughly 2000 students representing more than 50 nationalities, the school prides themselves on their spirit of respect and community based values that encourage students to reach their full potential. Their motto is “Together We Achieve” and this is upheld by the dedication from both staff and students to create a strong, supportive and socially accepting community.
You will be joining a team passionately dedicated to co-operation and mutual support where excellence in all aspects of school culture - academia, sports, music, arts, dance and drama is paramount to success. With 14 teachers in the maths department there is a wealth of experience and a supportive environment for new ideas which will continue to develop and foster student success.
In 2018 a BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) programme will be introduced so experience with digital learning and a supportive approach to this programme will be highly valued. All teachers have their own classroom and both the school and the department is well resourced and funded. You’ll be teaching mathematics across both junior and senior levels. For the ‘right’ candidate there may be a management unit available, as the mathematics Assistant Head of Learning.
Situated a mere 25km’s from the heart of beautiful Auckland city, New Zealand’s largest urban centre where there is always something to do, see and explore, adventure is right on your doorstep waiting for you. The region is also home to an events centre complete with a white water park, Auckland Botanic Gardens, bustling shopping centres and New Zealand’s only theme park.
If this sounds like something that you’d like to be a part of and to request an application pack for this rewarding role email the Candidate Care team at firstname.lastname@example.org quoting reference number #377. The successful candidate will commence employment Term 2 April 2018 or earlier by negotiation.