Our Kura

Current Vacancies

Current vacancies listed below.

  • Kaiako: Mathematics–Statistics/Calculus and Junior Science
    Mathematics (Statistics/Calculus) & Junior Science – State Specialist Subjects
    Full-Time – Permanent 2023, Start Date Term 1 2023 – Negotiable

    Haeata Community Campus has an exciting opportunity for a mathematics with calculus Kaiako/teacher specialist (ability to also teach junior science an advantage but not a requirement), to join our Y9–13 team. The ideal candidate will be culturally aware and enjoy the challenge of working within a modern learning environment with a focus on ākonga/ student centred learning.

    The successful candidate will have:

    A degree qualification

    Experience working collaboratively within a multidisciplinary team.

    Ability and confidence teaching Y9–13.

    Ability to teach to NCEA Level 3 mathematics with statistics and mathematics with calculus

    Experience with planning and delivering integrated learning programmes for Y9–10.

    A commitment to providing extra curricular opportunities for ākonga.

    Sound organisational skills and details-oriented approach.

    Excellent time management skills.

    Strong pastoral skills to support in the role of Puna Ako Kaiako/Form Teacher

    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.

    Please contact Adam Hird on (03) 930 0110 for further information.
  • Kaiako Kōmanawa (Bilingual Unit)

    1 x full-time permanent teaching positions Levels negotiated.

    There is a Leadership opportunity as Kaiārahi in a set level Y1–4, Y5–8 and Y9–12 for 2023. Levels can be negotiated.

    E ngā kaiako reo Māori e kaha ana ki te whakawhanake i ngā mātauranga Māori o te hāpori a Kōmanawa. Nau mai, haere mai.

    You will work collaboratively with colleagues to design and facilitate cross-curricular learning for individuals within our Level 2 bilingual programme (Y1–12 in 2023).

    Due to rapid growth in Kōmanawa we are looking for a range of kaiako. The teaching level could be negotiated and also the possibility of teaching specialised subjects.

    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

    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

    – Ability to work within a team and plan collaboratively.

    – Relational approach, solutions focused.

    – 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

    – Rākaiahutūtanga -Pakirehua (Inquiry) and integrated based learning design

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

     

  • Kaiako: English/ Social Sciences

    Haeata Community Campus has an exciting opportunity for an English / social sciences specialist (state first and second preferences for subject expertise), to join our Y9–13 team.

    The ideal candidate will be culturally aware and enjoy the challenge of working within a modern learning environment with a focus on ākonga/ student centred learning and have experience working with structured literacy programmes with an emphasis on boy’s achievement.

    The successful candidate will have:

    • Experience working collaboratively within a multidisciplinary team.
    • Ability and confidence teaching Y9–13.
    • Experience with planning and delivering integrated learning for Y9–10.
    • A commitment to providing extra curricular opportunities for ākonga.
    • Sound organisational skills and be details-oriented.
    • Excellent time management skills.
    • Strong pastoral skills to support in the role of Puna Ako Kaiako
    • Sound communication skills to support ākonga, whānau and Kaimahi.

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

    Please contact Adam Hird on hda@haeata.school.nz for further information.

  • Kaiako: Digital Technology

    Full-time – permanent 2023, start date term 1, 2023.

    We are seeking a kaiako of digital technology (state supporting subjects) to join our Y9–13 team at Haeata Community Campus. The position is permanent, full-time commencing term 1, 2023. Ability to teach any NCEA level is an advantage.

    We are looking for an enthusiastic person who has component knowledge of the technology subject area, enjoys the challenge of working within a modern learning environment and is culturally aware.

    The successful candidate will have:

    • Experience working collaboratively within a multidisciplinary team.
    • Experience in delivering the digital technology curriculum
    • Ability and confidence teaching Y9–13.
    • Experience with planning and delivering integrated learning for Year 9/10.
    • A commitment to providing extra curricular opportunities for ākonga.
    • Sound organisational skills and be details-oriented.
    • Excellent time management skills.
    • Strong pastoral skills to support in the role of Puna Ako Kaiako
    • Sound communication skills to support ākonga, whānau and Kaimahi.

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

    Please contact Adam Hird on hda@haeata.school.nz for further information.