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Employment Opportunities

Enquiries

For teaching staff vacancies contact:

Head of Secondary School, Evert van Florenstein at BIN@stac.school.nz or phone +64 3 940 2013
Principal of Preparatory School, Jonathan Bierwirth at prepschool@stac.school.nz or phone +64 3 940 2037

For support staff vacancies contact:

General Manager, David Evans on ECA@stac.school.nz or +64 3 940 2062.

Science Teacher

Permanent, full-time position
Commencing Monday 25 January 2021

St Andrew’s College is the South Island’s only independent, co-educational school offering pre-school to Year 13 education.

The College’s Secondary School seeks a highly skilled and motivated educator to teach in our well-resourced and high performing Science Department. The College promotes and enjoys a collaborative and supportive culture which envisages innovative and reflective teaching practice.

The College is committed to the ongoing professional development of its staff and supports staff to develop leadership skills in curriculum and pedagogy.

Please state supporting subjects.

Applications close 4.00pm, Friday 2 October 2020.

For further information please contact Head of Secondary School, Evert van Florenstein, on +64 3 940 2013.

For an application pack please click here or email PA to Head of Secondary School, Barbara Moore, on hosspa@stac.school.nz.

Science Teacher (Fixed Term)

Fixed term (2021), full-time position
Commencing Monday 25 January 2021

St Andrew’s College is the South Island’s only independent, co-educational school offering pre-school to Year 13 education.

The College’s Secondary School seeks a highly skilled and motivated educator to teach in our well-resourced and high performing Science Department. The College promotes and enjoys a collaborative and supportive culture which envisages innovative and reflective teaching practice.

The College is committed to the ongoing professional development of its staff and supports staff to develop leadership skills in curriculum and pedagogy.

Please state supporting subjects.

Applications close 4.00pm, Friday 2 October 2020.

For further information please contact Head of Secondary School, Evert van Florenstein, on +64 3 940 2013.

For an application pack please click here or email PA to Head of Secondary School, Barbara Moore, on hosspa@stac.school.nz.

Social Studies and Food Technology Teacher

Fixed term (2021), full-time position
Commencing Monday 25 January 2021

St Andrew’s College is the South Island’s only independent, co-educational school offering pre-school to Year 13 education.

The College’s Secondary School seeks a highly skilled and motivated educator to teach in our well-resourced and high performing Social Sciences and Technology Departments. The College promotes and enjoys a collaborative and supportive culture which envisages innovative and reflective teaching practice. The College is committed to the ongoing professional development of its staff and supports staff to develop leadership skills in curriculum and pedagogy.

Please state supporting subjects.

Applications close 4.00pm, Friday 25 September 2020.

For further information please contact Head of Secondary School, Evert van Florenstein, on +64 3 940 2013.

For an application pack please click here or email PA to Head of Secondary School, Barbara Moore, on hosspa@stac.school.nz.

Outdoor Education Instructor

Full time, permanent position
Commencing as soon as possible

The Castle Hill Outdoor Centre, operated by St Andrew’s College based in Christchurch, requires a suitably qualified instructor, with good interpersonal skills and professional working standards. After several years one of our staff is moving on, plus our programme is expanding, so we now looking to fill the following position.

The Programme
The Centre provides programmes for students from Years 7–13, as part of the College EOTC programme. These courses range from general adventure activities to leadership training, NZQA unit assessments and Duke of Edinburgh Award expeditions. Summer activities include climbing/abseiling, caving, kayaking, raft building and ABL’s, overnight expeditions. The winter programme includes abseiling, skiing and snow caving.

Requirements
Staff are required to drive students and gear to the Lodge on day one of the programme, staying at Castle Hill for the course, and return with students on the last day of programme. The instructor’s role is to be a supportive instructor delivering the above programme as part of a team of six. The programme runs for 36 weeks per year, plus any contract courses. The position being advertised is for the year programme and it is expected that staff will commit to a minimum of two years.

  • First aid Qualification. PHEC;
  • any NZOIA level 1;
  • P class license. Or be able to acquire this within six months.

Instructor Position

  • to deliver high quality professional learning opportunities in an outdoor environment throughout the year;
  • develop leadership skills and be a mentor while on camp;
  • to work with a small professional team. 

Castle Hill Information: http://stac.nz/Castle_Hill

For more information or to apply, please send CV or contact Director of Outdoor Education, Peter Dawkings, PDW@stac.school.nz  or mobile +64 27 204 9266.

 

 

Outdoor Education Senior Instructor

Full time, permanent position
Commencing as soon as possible

The Castle Hill Outdoor Centre, operated by St Andrew’s College based in Christchurch, requires a suitably qualified instructor, with good interpersonal skills and professional working standards. The instructor team is expanding so we are now looking to fill the following position.

The Centre provides programmes for students from Years 7–13, as part of the College EOTC programme. These courses range from general adventure activities to leadership training, NZQA unit assessments and Duke of Edinburgh Award expeditions. Summer activities include climbing/abseiling, caving, kayaking, raft building and ABL’s, overnight expeditions. The winter programme includes abseiling, skiing and snow caving.

We are looking for a talented person to join our programme as a senior member of our outdoor education instructor team.  Ideally you will have a minimum of four years’ experience working in the outdoor education field plus NZIOA Bush 1 Alpine 1, P Class License and a First Aid qualification.

You will be a dynamic, energetic team leader and a positive role model to students and staff, and you must be able to spend up to five days/nights per week at Castle Hill.

This position is a full-time (school holidays) position with the expectation of a minimum of two years’ employment. The successful applicant will commence as soon as possible.

Castle Hill Information: http://stac.nz/Castle_Hill

For more information or to apply, please send CV or contact Director of Outdoor Education, Peter Dawkings, PDW@stac.school.nz  or mobile +64 27 204 9266.

 

Preparatory School Office Assistant

Full-time, permanent position

St Andrew’s College, the South Island’s only independent co-educational school offering pre-school to Year 13 education, has a long and proud record of academic achievement based on a strong and varied curriculum.

The Preparatory School has 455 girls and boys from Years 1–8. The school has outstanding facilities and resources, and an enviable reputation for quality learning and happy children. We are currently seeking an enthusiastic, self-motivated, committed individual who is capable of undertaking a wide range of office administration tasks, working as part of a small team in our Preparatory School Office.

Applications for this position close at 4.00pm on Friday 25 September 2020.

Application packs are available to download here or by emailing Assistant to the Principal of Preparatory School, Charlotte Penrose, at CPE@stac.school.nz.