Rangiora High School is a great place to work and learn. Current vacancies are listed below.
Information on applying for casual day relief opportunities appears at the bottom of this page.
Rangiora High School is committed to restorative practices and culturally responsive pedagogy. We are actively seeking innovative practitioners who have student voice and choice firmly at the heart of their practice. We have recently completed a significant ILE building project and redesigned our junior school curriculum as a flexible, connected model. You can find out more about our connected curriculum model in these three 4 minute videos:
Rangiora High School - Designing an environment to support teaching and learning
Rangiora High School - A collaborative approach to teaching and learning in Rakahuri
Rangiora High School - Creating authentic learning experiences
Applicants must be passionate about improving student engagement and achievement, have a clear focus on learning, be able to see the “big picture” across all learning areas, and be willing to commit to co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. You may view the current School Charter by clicking here.
How To Apply
All the forms and information you need to make an application for a position at our school are available above. Please ensure you:
download and complete the relevant Application Form (a RTF document you can save, type on and send back as an email attachment) and
download and read the relevant Job Information Package (a Word document which outlines the Application and Appointment Process, the Position Description, and the Person Description).
You are also welcome to submit supporting material electronically (e.g. covering letter and Curriculum Vitae) to email@example.com. Your application will be processed by Mrs Faye Wallcroft, the Principal's PA. Covering letters should be addressed to the Principal, Ms Karen Stewart. Hard copies of signed application forms should be posted to:
Rangiora High School
Identity and Safety Checking
Please note that for the protection of staff and students, and in order to meet the requirements of section 31 of the Vulnerable Children Act 2014, Rangiora High School will complete a safety check on all appointees. This will include the requirement for all appointees to produce, in person, an original primary identification document (such as valid passport) and a secondary identification document (such as a driver’s licence) prior to commencing employment. One of these documents must be photographic.
All appointees to teaching positions will hold registration and a current practising certificate from the Education Council of Aotearoa New Zealand (or, in the case of recent trainees, be in a position to make application for registration and provisional certification). All appointees to support staff positions will undergo a police vet.
Day Relief Opportunities
Teachers with New Zealand registration and a current Practising Certificate who wish to be considered for casual day relief teaching at Rangiora High School are welcome to submit their Curriculum Vitae via email to firstname.lastname@example.org marked for the attention of our Relief Co-ordinator, Mr Josh McLeod.
Please ensure your CV includes:
- the names and email contact details of TWO relevant teaching referees
- your EDUCANZ registration number
- your current certification status (i.e. Full, Provisional, STC)
- your next certificate renewal date