Girls secondary school vacancies at a school like Woodford House are a wonderful opportunity. Woodford House believes that its staff, both teaching and non-teaching, are its most valuable resource. Our School nurtures a dynamic professional learning community that celebrates creativity, engagement and critical thinking.
Our current career opportunities are listed below. We look forward to hearing from you and learning more about you.
Woodford House, a leading special character, state-integrated, boarding and day school for Year 7 – 13 girls, situated in Hawke’s Bay is seeking to appoint a talented and motivated fixed term, full-time teacher of Commerce to join our high achieving Commerce Faculty for 2024.
About the role
This role would suit a beginner or experienced teacher to deliver Commerce classes across all year levels, particularly Accounting and Economics in the senior school. The students at Woodford House are dedicated, ready learners. This position is fixed term to cover a period of parental leave, and would ideally commence Term 1, 2024.
If you are motivated by the prospect of being part of a dynamic teaching team in 2024 and would enjoy the challenges of this opportunity, then we would be delighted to hear from you.
You must be eligible to work in New Zealand and satisfactorily pass all pre-employment checks such as Police Vetting and reference checking. An application form and position description can be downloaded below.
To apply, please send your completed application form and CV to Vickie Hope, Director of People at [email protected]
Applications will be reviewed as they are received, and please note that interviews may be held while the advert is still live.
Are you a positive and caring person, well-organised and approachable? Are you looking for a role in a supportive team, where every day is different?
Woodford House is an integrated special character boarding and day school for Year 7 – 13 girls, located in the beautiful Hawke’s Bay. We nurture each girl who walks through our doors so that her light shines through and shines brighter.
The role of Boarding Supervisor is required in term time only, and hours are on a shift roster, including weekends (approx. 50 hrs per week). The role involves daytime caregiving of the Boarding students when they are not at school, both in the afternoon and morning and sleeping in the Boarding House overnight while on call.
You must be eligible to work in New Zealand and satisfactorily pass all pre-employment checks such as police vetting and reference checking.
To apply, please send your completed application form and CV to Vickie Hope, Director of People at [email protected] Applications will be reviewed as they are received, and please note that interviews may be held while the advert is still live.
An application form and job description is available to download below.