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.

 

Assistant Principal – Teaching and Learning 

  • Newly created position for a capable and experienced teaching professional
  • Exciting opportunity to make a genuine difference

The school has an exciting new opportunity to fill a full-time position as  Assistant Principal – Teaching and Learning based at the Senior Campus in Epsom.  The role will be responsible for developing and implementing best practice in teaching and learning across three campuses.  It will have an additional focus on high and low ability learners while ensuring a consistent focus on improving student outcomes at all levels.  The successful candidate will be charged with engaging Dilworth teaching professionals in teaching and learning practices, and also driving teacher development to facilitate this process.  They will be directly involved in classroom teaching.

The right candidate will be as much a mentor as they are a leader and practitioner, working closely with teaching professionals and gaining respect through their extensive knowledge, their own teaching practice and superior communication and relationship building skills.   The role will, therefore, suit an experienced teaching practitioner who has a track record of successful teaching practice and educational leadership.  The role commences in Term 1 2020.

A commitment to the professional 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.

Applications close Friday 18th October 2019

 

Teacher – Christian Education

Dilworth is an independent boys’ boarding school with an Anglican tradition, catering for good 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.

The School is seeking to fill a position as a full time Teacher – Christian Education working with Year 5-8 boys at the Junior Campus in Remuera, and Year 10-12 boys at the Senior Campus in Epsom.  The incumbent will also support the School Chaplains in meeting the pastoral needs of boys across the full school.  

The successful candidate will understand the importance of spiritual wellbeing in the education of young people and be passionate about sharing the Christian Faith in an education setting. They will be comfortable working with different cultures, supporting the boy’s spiritual needs both within and outside the classroom context in a supportive and collaborative manner.  

This role will suit an enthusiastic, trained and experienced practitioner with a primary or secondary teaching background who loves working with young people and wants to be part of a community focused on student wellbeing.

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.

Applications close Friday 1st November 2019

 

 

Kitchen Assistant Position

Dilworth School is seeking a permanent, full-time Kitchen Assistant to start immediately.  The role is based at both the Senior and Junior Campuses in Central Auckland and offers an opportunity to those experienced in working in a busy and stimulating catering and kitchen environment. The successful candidate 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, however occasional overtime and weekend work could be required, along with some rostered work during school holidays. 

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 5.00 pm Monday 21st October 2019