Employment - Northern Health School
We currently recruiting for several positions for 2017. For part time positions, working hours to be negotiated at interview stage with flexibility to increase hours due to roll growth.
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 including NCEA. Flexibility and 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 complete appropriate application form and email to us, including a copy of your CV, to email@example.com by 4pm Monday 31 October 2016.
Auckland units (North, South, Central and Starship Hospital)
Fixed term teachers 0.2 – 0.8 commencing Term 1 of 2017
Northland unit, Whangarei
Permanent teacher 0.4 and fixed term part time teachers commencing Term 1 2017
Taranaki unit, New Plymouth
Permanent teachers 0.6 and 0.4 commencing Term 1 2017
Fixed term full time teacher commencing Term 1 2017
Fixed term part time (0.2) teacher commencing Term 1 2017
Waikato unit, Hamilton
Fixed term part time teachers commencing Term 1 2017
Central office, Queen Street, Auckland
Northern Health School provides education to students whilst they are too unwell to attend their regular school. There are currently 18 units located in the central and upper north island, 9 of which are within the Auckland area. This position is based in our new premises in Queen Street, Auckland.
The key function of this new role is to provide outstanding financial and administrative support to the school’s Business Manager. You will be an enthusiastic team player, efficient and organised, display initiative with ability to establish, maintain and improve systems. This varied role will allow you to develop your skills.
This is a permanent position, term time only, although you may be expected to work some extra hours during school breaks.
Please submit completed application form along with CV and covering letter to
As you will be working in a school environment, police vetting will be required at shortlist stage.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org on or before 4.00pm Monday 10 October 2016.
Please be aware we are closed for school break from 26 September, reopening Monday 10 October.
Any urgent concerns regarding this position should be emailed to email@example.com