At Dilworth School and Trust Board we are commited to providing all students with a first-class education in a working environment where employees feel a sense of purpose and pride.

Dilworth is an independent boys' boarding school with an Anglican tradition, catering for boys from families experiencing financial or personal hardship. We pride ourselves on achieving very strong academic, cultural and sporting results, and assisting Dilworth boys in becoming the very best that they can be.

 

Kitchen Assistant

Dilworth School is seeking a permanent, full time Kitchen Assistant to start immediately. The role is based predominantly at the Senior Campus in Central Auckland and offers an opportunity to those experienced in working in a busy and stimulating catering and kitchen environment. Successful candidates will work on a rotational rostered basis.

The position is predominantly responsible for kitchen hand duties including dishes and cleaning. There is also a significant amount of food preparation involved to support the chef on duty, as well as assisting with meal service. Training will be provided.

The position is for 38 weeks of the year to fit in with the secondary school calendar. You will be working predominantly a Tuesday - Saturday week, however occasional overtime and additional weekend work could be required. 

A can-do attitude and willingness to help others is essential. You must be a team player with lots of energy. 

If you are interested in this role, please send a cover letter outlining why you think you should be considered for this position and your CV to r.mcdonald@dilworth.school.nz 

Applications close Tuesday 4th June at 5pm.

 

Full Time Gardener

We are seeking a permanent, full time Gardener to start immediately.

The role is based at the Senior Campus in Central Auckland and offers an opportunity to those experienced in working in a busy and stimulating environment.

The position will require you to maintain the gardens and lawns to a high standard, as well as supporting the grounds and caretaking teams in a variety of labouring and general maintenance tasks. Knowledge and the ability to maintain gardening equipment is beneficial.

A can-do attitude and willingness to work in a team and help others is essential.

If you are interested in this role, please send a cover letter outlining why you think you should be considered for this position and your CV to jobs@dilworth.school.nz

Applications close Tuesday 4th June at 5pm.

 

Learning Support Teacher - Dilworth Junior Campus

The Junior Campus (Years 5-8) based in Remuera is seeking to fill a part-time position as Learning Support Teacher.

This role will suit an experienced practitioner who is confident working alongside young people with a wide range of learning needs. Based at the Junior Campus, you will also liaise with learning support colleagues at the Senior and Rural campuses.

You will be comfortable using technology to supplement your teaching and be willing to work with small groups and one on one, both in your own classroom and alongside subject teachers. You understand current learning support practices and can partner academic and pastoral staff to provide information, statistics, support and insight on the boys with whom you work.

A high level of empathy with a desire to assist young people with learning challenges and to treat each boy individually, helping them to achieve a sense of success and accomplishment, are essential qualities for this role.

Experience teaching ESOL students is also an advantage. A commitment to the corporate life and special character of the school will be conditions of employment. A competitive remuneration package will be negotiated.

Please apply with a CV and covering letter by email only to the HR Manager, jobs@dilworth.school.nz.