Permanent and fixed term positions
ECE Qualified Kaiako
Childspace is seeking passionate, peaceful and playful kaiako who will uphold our excellent standards. If you are looking to be part of a dedicated and innovative organisation, with plenty of scope for career advancement, then you could be someone we wish to talk with.
We have three teacher vacancies we are seeking to fill:
- full-time (40 hours a week), permanent teaching position at Childspace Northland, asap start date.
- full-time (40 hours a week), fixed-term position until the end of 2022 at Childspace Wilton, asap start date.
- full-time (40 hours a week), permanent teaching position at Childspace Karori, from April 2022.
When teaching at Childspace our practices are underpinned by the following values: aroha, the child’s pace, peace & respect, playfulness, nature & place, child spaces, a passionate & dedicated team, and inspiring & influencing best practice.
These positions are based in Wellington and this is an opportunity for you to join our team of 50 teachers who work in four home-like, nature-based, respectful and creative spaces. Childspace values respectful relationships with tamariki, whanau and colleagues; key teaching and a continuity of care approach are the foundations for teaching and learning at all of our centres.
We are proud that we have 20% male kaiako at Childspace and we encourage and support male involvement in ECE. Opportunities for professional development and career advancement within our community of learners are plentiful. Serious applicants need to have a strong commitment and dedication to excellent standards and our profession to fit with our team culture at Childspace.
For more information about Childspace and our Northland centre please see our website https://childspace.nz/early-learning-centres/northland-ece/
We can only consider applications from people holding a recognised ECE teaching qualification, are registered with the Teaching Council Aotearoa NZ, and have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.
To apply, please email your CV and cover letter to our Principal Lauren, [email protected]
Kai Creator (Cook)
We are looking for a kai creator (cook) to prepare delicious meals for 22 infants and toddlers at our early learning centre in Karori. The ideal candidate must have a passion for working with children and families, as they work closely with the teachers to support the daily programme and support parents with nutritional advice. This role also requires a small amount of teaching time to cover the teacher’s lunch breaks. You will be well supported in your role by the teaching team at your centre and the team of five other kai creators within our organisation. We use a seasonal rotational menu to prepare fresh daily morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea within the Ministry of Health guidelines.
Kitchen management, confidence budgeting and ordering groceries online is important, with a recognised food safety qualification also preferred. If no current food safety certificate, we will provide training for this. We will also provide training for a first aid certificate.
If you have great cooking skills and excellent organisational and time management skills please apply now by emailing your CV to our Centre Manager, Olivia Leach, on [email protected]