Our Kura

School Youth Worker & Group Co-ordinator

Fixed term, Part-Time (20 hours)

Pay rate determined on experience. Days of work to be confirmed 

Start date:  Term 1, 2024

End date: End of Term 4, 2024

Haeata Community Campus – Year 1 – 14 School

Haeata Community Campus is a vibrant Urban Area School located in the heart of beautiful Christchurch East. Come and work within a multicultural, collaborative, team environment.

We seek a part-time Youth Worker and Group Coordinator, to work within our Hauora team. The position will involve the coordination of a number of group programmes aimed at enhancing the wellbeing of our ākonga/students.

Key tasks will include:

  • Promoting programmes to ākonga/students.
  • Communication with whānau and external providers.
  • Transporting groups of ākonga/students in school vans.
  • Having mentoring conversations with individuals and groups of ākonga/students.
  • Keeping records and using administration systems.

There may be opportunities to lead or co-facilitate groups depending on experience and interests/expertise.

Applicant(s) will need to:

  • Ideally have an appropriate professional qualification, or working towards one, and/or have experience in working with children and/or young people.
  • Have proven ability in building rapport and communicating with young people and adults.
  • Hold a current full drivers licence.
  • Be willing to take part in some activities alongside ākonga/students.
  • Be committed to working collaboratively with whānau, staff and external partners to enhance the opportunities available to ākonga/students.

If this sounds like you, we welcome your inquiries and application. 

Send a cover letter and current curriculum vitae via email to Jodi Brown bwj@haeata.school.nz

Please contact Neihana Goodrick on 027 423 2827 gkn@haeata.school.nz for further information.

Applications close on Monday 26 February 2024 at 4:00pm

Kaiako/Teacher Years 1-5: Hikuawa 

1 Fixed-Term Long-Term Reliever

Start Date: 25 March, 2024 (or earlier by negotiation)

Finish Date: 13 December, 2024

We have an exciting opportunity for a beginning teacher to join our community campus in East Christchurch.  We seek a passionate primary classroom kaiako / teacher who fosters learning and well-being to join our supportive hapori.  We are looking for a kaiako / teacher who is confident in teaching literacy and numeracy, competent in the digital world, and can demonstrate inclusive practice when working with ākonga with diverse needs.

Our kura believes that relationships are at the heart of all we do, and we want kaiako who are committed to this relational approach.  

Our successful applicant will:

  • Love ākonga/students and be a lifelong learner
  • Embody the principles of Te Tiriti o Waitangi
  • Uphold the values of Haeata Community Campus
  • Cater for the collective education and wellbeing of all Haeata, specifically ākonga in our Years 1-8 hapori/learning area
  • Be confident in the implementation of the New Zealand Curriculum and hold strengths in literacy, mathematics, and culturally responsive practice
  • Be competent in teaching oral language, reading, writing, and literacy across the curriculum and have confidence in the use of te reo Māori
  • Have a passion for integration and creating learning opportunities connected to our local curriculum
  • Demonstrate an ability to build strong relationships with ākonga/students, whānau/families, and kaimahi/Staff 
  • Have excellent behaviour management skills
  • Employ a relational approach that is strength-based and solutions-focused
  • Meaningfully integrate Te reo Māori and Te ao Māori and our rich cultural narrative in learning opportunities for ākonga.
  • Be willing to work in a collaborative team in an MLE environment

Please see our website www.haeata.school.nz or contact Jess Kakoi 0272576187 for further information. Applications should outline your strengths and experience, and close Friday 8 March 2024.

Please send your CV and cover letter, to Jodi Brown: bwj@haeata.school.nz 

Applicants are welcome to contact us and arrange a visit to the school.

Kaiako Māori Yr 6 – 7

Ko Haeata e tū nei Ho! Kōmanawa: Bilingual Unit Māori Medium Level 2 

E ngā kaiako reo Māori e kaha ana ki te whakawhanake i ngā mātauranga Māori o te hapori nei. Nau mai, haere mai.

Are you seeking an opportunity to hone your leadership skills in 2024?

We are seeking a kaiako to lead our Y5–8 team and teach a composite Y6 and 7 class.

You will work collaboratively with colleagues to design and facilitate cross-curricular learning for individuals within our Level 2 bilingual programme (Y1–11 in 2024).

You will be a passionate advocate for learners and learning, have an open mindset and be able to work collaboratively at all times. You will have experience engaging with ākonga and their whānau.

  • To cater for the collective education and wellbeing of all Haeata ākonga, and specifically ākonga in Kōmanawa (Level 2 Bilingual Provision)
  • To uphold the values of Haeata Community Campus
  • To lead learning with and for kaiako, ākonga and whānau in Kōmanawa.

Applicants are welcome to contact us.

Haeata Community Campus is a Y1–13 urban area school located in Christchurch East.

Point of difference:

  • Confident use of te reo Māori and knowledge of Te Marautanga o Aotearoa
  • Confident understanding of and practice in te ao Māori and its implications for teaching in a bilingual setting and multicultural kura/school
  • Modern learning environment opened in 2017 with state of the art learning facilities
  • Rākaihautūtanga – Pakirehua (Inquiry) and integrated based learning design

Our values:

  • ALOFA – Love what you do, do what you love
  • SERVICE – ALL learners mindful of their unique role in making a difference
  • MANAAKITANGA – Every learner having a sense of belonging
  • SUCCESS – Every learner crossing the stage with dignity, purpose and options
  • HANGA WHARE – Building the foundation for all learners to create their future/

For further information please contact, Raewyn Himona har@haeata.school.nz

Please send your CV and covering letter, to: Jodi Brown bwj@haeata.school.nz

Applications close Monday 26 February 2024

We encourage school visits. Nau mai tauiti mai.

Food Technology & Hospitality Kaiako

Full-Time – Fixed Term 

Start Date Term 1 2024 or by negotiation.

Haeata Community Campus is an urban area school based in the east of Christchurch. We have an exciting opportunity for a Food Technology & Hospitality specialist to join our Year 9 – 13 team. We are seeking an enthusiastic and motivated food/hospitality teacher who is passionate about ākonga/student engagement and achievement. The successful applicant will work collaboratively as part of a supportive and cohesive Y7 – 13 technology department where you will be valued for your expertise.

You will have experience teaching food technology and/or hospitality and will be able to run our successful senior Hospitality Academy. This position comes with one fixed term Management Unit.

We are looking for a kaiako who is culturally aware and will enjoy working within a modern learning environment with a focus on ākonga/ student centred learning.

The successful candidate will have: 

  • A Degree qualification or equivalent.
  • Experience working in the Hospitality industry.
  • Barista Training
  • Ability and confidence teaching Year 9-13.
  • Ability to teach NCEA Level 3 Hospitality with Service IQ – Unit Standards.
  • Experience with planning and delivering integrated learning programmes for Year 9/10.
  • A commitment to providing extra curricular opportunities for ākonga.
  • Excellent time management skills. 
  • Sound communication skills to support ākonga, whānau and Kaimahi.

The successful applicant will exemplify the kura’s values of Hanga Whare, Alofa, Manaakitanga, Service and Success. If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you.

To Apply

Send a cover letter and current curriculum vitae via email to Jodi Brown Email: bwj@haeata.school.nz

Please include the Position Title in the subject line and a current Curriculum Vitae including two referees.

Applications close at 3:00pm on Friday 1st March 2024.

Please contact Adam Hird on 03 930 0110 for further information.