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Dilworth School employs more than 280 people to fulfill the mission of our Founder James Dilworth to "provide an education for as many boys as possible from parents of good character in straitened circumstances to ensure that those boys become good and useful citizens." Staff in all departments have an opportunity to contribute to this purpose in their work.

 

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Job Vacancies 

Head of English - Dilworth Senior Campus

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 Senior Campus (Years 10 – 13) based in Epsom is seeking to fill a position as a full time Head of English.  This will suit an experienced manager and practitioner who is confident leading an English department to consistently improve student outcomes, while also teaching English to senior levels. Preferred candidates will have proven leadership experience in education, with strong people management and organisational skills.  A level of comfort using technology to supplement their teaching is essential. 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 e mail only to the HR Manager, jobs@dilworth.school.nz.

Applications close Friday 28th July 2017  

Deputy Head of Campus – Curriculum; Dilworth Rural Campus (Mangatawhiri) for Year 9 

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. 

A vacancy exists at our Rural Campus for a Deputy Head of Campus – Curriculum.  The Rural Campus – Te Haerenga, at Mangatawhiri provides for the education of Year 9 boys with an emphasis on academic study, growing capable young men with well developed life skills, learning in the outdoors, and social skills.   

The successful candidate will have a strong background in curriculum management, with extensive teaching experience.  They will understand the complexities of curriculum management, and provide appropriate curriculum related leadership, support and advice to colleagues at the school.   They will also have an interest in pastoral care, as they are directly involved in the cabin coach structure and must contribute to the full social and educational development of our boys in a residential setting. The Dilworth Rural campus has a strong focus on outdoor education and developing the boys’ skills through a range of outdoor experiences and challenges.  All staff are involved in leading and supporting the boys in this area, so experience and/or an interest in working with young people in the outdoors is important. A willingness to work either Saturday or Sunday across a 12 day cycle is essential.  Accommodation is provided. 

Please send applications to Johanna Clark via e mail at jobs@dilworth.school.nz.  Applications close Friday 4th August.