Teacher, Part Time, Permanent - West Coast 0.6

We have an opportunity for an experienced teacher to join our team on the West Coast. SHS teaches students whose health prevents them from attending their regular school. We require a teacher, based on the West Coast, with primary or secondary experience and the ability to teach years 1 – 13. This position is 0.6 FTE to begin but the successful candidate must be willing to increase hours during the year. There is the possibility of a job share with a person based in Greymouth/Hokitika and a person based in Westport. The position commences Term 1 2023 (date to be negotiated). For more detail, please see the job profile.

Applications close 3pm Tuesday 7 February 2023.

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Teacher Aide, Part Time, Christchurch

The Southern Health School (SHS) provides education throughout the South Island, to students who are unable to attend their regular school because of high health needs.
We currently seek a teacher aide to work alongside the teachers at our Princess Margaret Hospital  classroom.
We seek a calm and confident  person, with sound literacy and numeracy skills and experience in the classroom, who is able to support the kaupapa of the host organisation as well as meeting the expectations of the school. 

The position is for 18.75  hours over five days. The hours are 8.45 am to 12.30 pm. The position will commence by negotiation, early in Term 1 2023. 

An application pack is available by contacting This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or below.
Applications close 3pm Monday 13 February 2023.

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Safety checking will be carried out in accordance with the Vulnerable Children Act 2014. This will include: a police vet; identity verification; references and an interview. A work history will be sought and previous employers will be contacted. If there is any suspicion that an applicant might pose a risk to a child, that applicant will not be employed.