Educare Albert St - Registered Teacher

We are looking for a passionate registered kaiako to join our Albert Street whanau at our Early Learning Centre in Pukekohe.

You will be a strong advocate for our new tamariki, who will be able uphold and support our commitment to the Treaty of Waitangi, Te Whariki, and the Educare vision of Learn, Laugh, Play.

So what makes us so special?

We are a brand new centre and will walk the talk when it comes to natural exploration and experiences. We want teachers who value sustainability and cherish natural resources. We aim to foster a developing sense of responsibility for the well-being of both the living and non-living world within our tamariki.

To fill this space of our teaching team, you must;

  • Be a strong advocate for our tamariki

  • Be a team player with good initiative

  • Have the ability to be flexible and support the team where needed.

  • Be available to open and close the centre

  • Be registered with the New Zealand Teacher's Council

  • Have a current First Aid Certificate

In return, we can offer;

  • A supportive workplace, who grows their own leaders internally

  • Ongoing access to professional development

  • An excellent programme for supporting provisional teachers to get their full registration

  • A fund to support the wellbeing of our kaiako

  • Payment support for Teacher Registration

  • 50% off Childcare for your children

  • Payment of first aid renewals

  • Branded polo shirts and jackets provided

And loads more!

Being family owned and orientated, Educare centres reflect their local community, our commitment to the Treaty of Waitangi, Te Whariki, and the Educare vision of Learn, Laugh, Play.

Educare completes safety checks on all employees.

Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.

Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.

Application details

Please apply via TradeMe with your cover letter, CV, a copy of your degree and your first-aid certificate if current.