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.

 

ALUMNI OFFICER

·         Work with a close-knit team of passionate, motivated people

·         Assist in the future success of young people

·         Opportunity to utilise your superior communication and networking skills

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, providing a safe and inclusive environment and assisting Dilworth boys in becoming the very best that they can be.  Thanks to the transformative power of an excellent education, we turn good boys into great men - who achieve things they might never have believed possible.

This is a newly created role reporting to the Assistant Principal – Student Services and will provide the opportunity for the right candidate to be part of the ongoing success of Dilworth School.  Their primary responsibility will be working with Dilworth Leavers and Old Boys, and ensuring that they are supported for success in life beyond school.  This will include assisting with the practical aspects of living and learning, including navigating tertiary institutions and employers, engaging with parents and Old Boys, assisting with accommodation and budgeting and promoting helpful networks.  In addition, you will be given the opportunity to analyse and research what constitutes success outside of school and assist us in creating pathways which increase the chances of realised potential for a  Dilworth graduate.

You will probably have a background in communications, marketing and/or education and have worked alongside young people in some capacity. You will be comfortable interacting with a range of people, analysing information and data and making recommendations.  Above all, you will have the life experience and maturity to understand current career and life challenges outside of school, have built your own networks and genuinely enjoy working with and helping young people.

Please apply in writing with a CV and Covering Letter to: Human Resources Manager jobs@dilworth.school.nz by Friday 23 August 2019

 

MARKETING AND COMMUNICATIONS ADVISOR

·         Your opportunity to make a real difference

·         Work with a close-knit team of passionate, motivated people

·         Education industry with a unique mission

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, providing a safe and inclusive environment and assisting Dilworth boys in becoming the very best that they can be.  Thanks to the transformative power of an excellent education, we turn good boys into great men - who achieve things they might never have believed possible.

The timing is right to invest in a focused and capable Marketing and Communication Advisor to support essential initiatives in the school.  Reporting to the Headmaster, key responsibilities will include creation and management of social media and print communications, website and facebook management, supporting key sponsorship, scholarship and fundraising opportunities and assisting school initiatives through a range of related market research.

To be successful, you will have had at least five years in marketing and/or communications, ideally with some experience in the not-for-profit, educational or social services sectors. You will have strived for excellence while being down to earth and “hands-on.”  You will have successfully supported a Marketing/Communications Plan and gained the confidence of colleagues due to your written communications and your ability to navigate and manage social media platforms. You will also thrive from developing stakeholder relationships for the overall benefit of your organisations.

The right candidate will be confident and self-managing, with resilience and a “just get on with it” attitude. You are looking to immerse yourself in the mission, community and ethos of a unique organisation that embraces these attributes, works collaboratively, and positively changes lives.

Please apply in writing with a CV and Covering Letter to: Human Resources Manager jobs@dilworth.school.nz by Friday 23rd August 2019

 

HEAD OF FACULTY - TECHNOLOGY AND ART - DILWORTH SCHOOL

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, providing a safe and inclusive environment and assisting Dilworth boys in becoming the very best that they can be.

Dilworth School is seeking to fill a position as a full-time Head of the Technology and Art Faculty.   Based at the Senior Campus in Epsom, the role will have overall responsibility for this faculty and its vision across three campuses, with the actual teaching, initially taking place at the Senior Campus for Years 10-13.  This will suit an experienced manager and practitioner who is confident leading a department of varied disciplines in the technology and art space and is also an enthusiastic and successful teacher of Technology and/or Art to senior levels.  The successful candidate will, therefore, have the vision to lead a progressive and diverse faculty.  The role commences in Term 1 2020.

Applicants could have strength in either Technology or Art, but knowledge and some experience in both would be an advantage.  They will be expected to review the current structure and ensure boys are gaining appropriate skills across relevant disciplines as they move through Dilworth School.  Above all, they will lead and manage the teaching team and will ensure a consistent focus on improving student outcomes at all levels.

Preferred candidates will have appropriate teaching qualifications and experience.  In addition, they will have leadership experience in an education context, with superior people management and organisational skills.  

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 30th August 2019

 

HEAD OF FACULTY - SOCIAL SCIENCES - DILWORTH SCHOOL

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, providing a safe and inclusive environment and assisting Dilworth boys in becoming the very best that they can be.

Dilworth School is seeking to fill a position as a full-time Head of the Social Sciences Faculty.  Based at the Senior Campus in Epsom, this role will be responsible for the faculty and its vision across three campuses, with actual teaching, initially taking place for Years 10-13.  This will suit an experienced manager and practitioner who is confident leading a department of teachers currently teaching Geography, History, Social Studies, Classical and Media Studies.  They will, therefore, be an experienced and successful teacher with a proven track record in any of the social science subjects, but some knowledge and/or experience in the wider range of these areas would be an advantage.

The successful candidate will utilise their superior leadership,  management, and teaching skills, ensuring a consistent focus on improving student outcomes at all levels. They will be committed to a faculty which provides the boys with insights and knowledge to support their academic development and career aspirations. The role commences in Term 1 2020.

Preferred candidates will have appropriate teaching qualifications and experience.  In addition, they will have leadership experience in an education context, with superior people management and organisational skills.

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 30th August 2019

 

HOUSE MATRON - DILWORTH JUNIOR CAMPUS

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, providing a safe and inclusive environment and assisting Dilworth boys in becoming the very best that they can be.

Dilworth School is seeking a full-time, live in residential House Matron based in Remuera, working with boys on a rostered basis across a 5-day week with some weekend work.  The role requires overnight responsibilities, and an ability to be on-call from time to time as required. They will liaise with students, teachers, other house staff and parents/caregivers daily.

The successful candidate will have experience working with and supporting young people in both a pastoral and practical capacity.  They will need to be organised, able to communicate clearly, be comfortable working with computers, able to contribute to a positive and collaborative team and above all appreciate young people, and work to support and assist them when needed.

Please apply with Covering Letter and CV to Johanna Clark, Human Resources Manager via email only.

Applications close Friday 23 August 2019