Employment - Northern Health School

Teacher – Auckland (North)

Fixed term teacher 0.4 – for remainder of 2017, commencing beginning of Term 2


Initially 0.4 with flexibility to increase hours as a result of roll growth.

NHS Auckland North unit is based in Apollo Drive, Rosedale.


NHS delivers education in homes, hospitals and unit classrooms for years 1-13 students missing school for health reasons.


Applicants must be NZ fully registered teachers with sound curriculum knowledge. Preference will be given to secondary trained teachers with NCEA experience.  iPad/online learning experience an advantage.  Full driving licence and own vehicle essential (reimbursed as per collective).  See below for further information or contact us on 0800 153 002.


Please email your application, including CV, to employment@nhs.school.nz by

4pm Monday 27 February 2017.

Ref AN/FT/2017



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Unit notes – Auckland Central & Auckland North



Youth support worker / mentor – school term time only

Te Kahu Toi unit–Onehunga, Auckland

This position calls for someone who is passionate about working alongside students who display challenging behaviour and who are receiving the support of the unit’s wraparound service. Cultural awareness a must. You will be part of a supportive and experienced team.


Applicants must be patient and enthusiastic, flexible and empathetic and have excellent engagement skills with young people from diverse cultural backgrounds.


Hours of employment 8.30 to 3.30 school term only.

Full clean driving licence essential.


Completed application form and CV to be emailed to employment@nhs.school.nz

by 4pm Monday 6 March 2017.


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Administration support / teacher aide – part time position

Waikato Unit – Willoughby Street, Hamilton


This part time position involves general administration duties and some teacher aide support. 10 hours a week during school term only. Specific hours by negotiation.


Administration duties include answering telephone, liaising with outside agencies and managing teacher resources. You are expected to have good time management and people skills.  Confidentiality and flexibility will be important in this role.


Please email completed application form, CV and covering letter to employment@nhs.school.nz by 4pm Monday 6 March 2017.


For further information, please contact Northern Health School on 0800 153 002.


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Unit notes for Waikato



Teacher Aide


Pohutukawa Unit based at the Mason Clinic, Point Chevalier, Auckland


Commencing February 2017


We are looking for a teacher aide to assist our teacher in working with adolescent student(s) with complex behavioural and intellectual needs in the supervised residential Pohutukawa Unit of the Mason Clinic.  The educational programme includes, but is not limited to, numeracy, literacy and life skills.  This will require a commitment of 10 hours per week, however the allocation of these hours can be adjusted to suit your schedule.


You will have integrity, compassion and interest in the needs of young people and will understand the significance of identity, language and culture.  Your ability to work collaboratively with a range of people is an important skill in this role.  Considering the environment you’ll be working in, and sensitive nature of our students, the applicant must be willing to sign a confidentiality agreement.  Please state your curriculum strength(s) and/or relative experience in application for this position.


Position closes 4pm Monday 13 February 2017


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Psychologists – full time and part time positions in Auckland and Waikato

Te Kahu Toi assessment hub


We are seeking New Zealand Registered psychologists to join our recently established intensive wrap-around service for children and young people with complex behavioural needs.

You will be registered with the New Zealand Psychology Board and able to provide a solid track record in the assessment and design of a programme of support, learning and development that will produce results for children and young people.


You will be a person who has the utmost integrity, compassion and interest in the needs of young people. At the same time you will have the analytical skills and ability to design creative and innovative solutions that enable children and young people to achieve in new ways.


Your ability to work collaboratively with a range of people, particularly other social sector agencies, to ensure success for children and young people is crucial to this role.


Te Kahu Toi offers training opportunities, professional support and an attractive flexible work environment with competitive remuneration.


Part time positions are minimum of three days per week, or equivalent.


Please email your application form and CV to employment@nhs.school.nz  


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Te Kahu Toi unit notes