Any current vacancies are listed below.

All teaching applications must be supported by a completed Teaching Position Application Form

All support staff applications must be supported by a completed Support Staff Application Form

Assistant Principal

Fulltime, Permanent, Start Date: Term One 2021. 4 Permanent Management Units

An EPIC opportunity exists for a passionate, creative, and inspiring educator to join our amazing school in 2021, in a senior leadership role.

Our unique school environs are spectacular and our increased connectivity with community and the Coromandel region provide a superb foundation for quality experiences, making leading and learning fun, relevant, authentic and engaging. Whole school well-being is at the forefront of all our decision-making. We aim to strengthen the identity and mana of all students by respecting and celebrating difference and uniqueness. Positive relationships are a core focus at our kura, underpinned by high expectations within a culturally responsive environment. We are proud to put an emphasis on improved educational experiences and achievement for Māori students. We are committed to providing a values-based learning environment that understands and builds learner capabilities and dispositions.

Our new leader will be able to work collaboratively and constructively with staff, as well as challenge thinking in a constructive and supportive manner, to promote a growth mindset in all. Strengths in any of the following areas may be an advantage: Te Ao Māori / te reo Māori, PB4L, CRandRP, wellbeing, learning design, digital technologies.

School visits are welcome.

Closes 16th October - 9.00am

See this link for details on how to apply.

Junior teacher Y1–2

Full time, Permanent

Are you an EPIC teacher who is ready for an exciting opportunity to join a great future-focused school in a beautiful part of the country?

The position we are offering will be in our Y1–2 class. The successful applicant will be a passionate and collaborative team player who has sound pedagogical knowledge in all curriculum areas and strongly believes in learning through play and problem solving.

We are looking for a teacher who empowers children to be confident and self-directed learners. A teacher who protects our schoolwide partnerships, connections and experiences and strengthens the identify of our students by engaging in culturally responsive and relational pedagogies. The ability to connect with our awesome staff, tamariki, and whānau through positive relationships is also vital in this role.

If this sounds like you then we would love you to be part of our EPIC team in term 1, 2021.

Closes 9th October - 9.00am

See this link for details on how to apply.