Thank you for your interest in positions available at Catholic Cathedral College. We have a great team working here. You can download information and the application package for the position(s) listed in Current Staff Vacancies below. If you have any questions regarding vacancies, please e-mail email@example.com
Our Code of Ethics and Special Character School expectations are an integral part of who we are at Catholic Cathedral College; you can read more about them here.
Current Staff Vacancies
Head of Department (Social Sciences) - Full-time, permanent (advertised on Education Gazette)
2MUs + 1MMA
We are seeking a Head of Department to join our kura from the start of 2024, to lead our Social Sciences Department. This is a full-time, permanent position. The successful applicant will commence at the start of the 2024 school year. Ideally, the successful applicant will have strengths in either Business or Senior Geography, or both.
Catholic Cathedral College is a special character, co-educational College with over 500 students, situated in central Christchurch. We are a successful and progressive school, culturally diverse and whānau-focused. Our goal is to ensure a high-quality Catholic education is available for all, regardless of race, gender, identity, economic or cultural background. We follow the charisms of both Marcellin Champagnat and the Mission Sisters. We recognise the unique position of Māori as tangata whenua and ensure our policy statements and actions promote the intentions of Te Tiriti o Waitangi.
Please access all application information here. Applications close at noon on 13 December 2023.
Enquiries can be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Teacher Aide (up to 2 positions) for 2024 school year - advertised on Seek in December 2023
Catholic Cathedral College is a Special Character, co-educational college with over 500 students from Year 7 to Year 13, situated in central Christchurch. We are seeking an energetic, caring, organised and motivated Teacher Aide to join our team for the 2024 school year.
The successful candidate will support student learning and contribute positively to our school community. Experience working with students with learning differences would be an advantage. Fluency in a second language is desirable, and the ability to provide clear and concise communications to students is required.
This is a fixed-term, part-time position, up to 25 hours per week excluding an unpaid lunch break, with work between the hours of 8 30 am and 3 pm, term time only. The start date will be after the beginning of the 2024 school year, in February 2024, until the end of the 2024 school year.
The position is fixed-term for reasons of recruitment.
Applicants must have the legal right to work in Aotearoa New Zealand, and police vetting will be undertaken for the successful applicant.
Click here to download the application information and declaration form.
To apply, e-mail your complete application to email@example.com
Please note: Do not apply via the Seek application process, as such applications will not be reviewed.
Applications close: 11 December 2023 at noon
Finance Officer - permanent part-time from January 2024 - advertised on Seek in December 2023
We are seeking an experienced Finance Officer, preferably with experience in the education sector and with an accounting qualification, who will be responsible for all areas of finance in our College. The successful candidate will be pivotal to an effective administration team, by working closely with the Principal, Office Administrator, Student Administrator, Board’s Finance Committee, and other College staff, as well as external organisations.
Key tasks include, but are not limited to, ensuring accurate and complete accounting for all monies received and expended by the College, ensuring timely student billing to whānau, preparation of the annual budget, monthly reporting to the Board Finance Committee, and preparation of the annual accounts in conjunction with the College’s accountant.
The position will be worked onsite, 25 hours per week during term-time, with some flexibility around the hours worked in the five weeks of school holiday work. Remuneration is based on the Support Staff in Schools’ Collective Agreement 2022 - 2024, Administration Grade 5, dependent upon skills, experience and qualifications.
The person appointed to this position will:
have a high degree of personal discretion, professionalism and confidentiality
have a positive demeanour, in support of a positive culture in the workplace
be approachable, energetic, organised, flexible and efficient
be able to self-manage within a busy environment
be unflappable and able to retain a keen sense of humour
have a focus on service in relation to working with staff and other stakeholders
demonstrate a high level of accounting skill, with the ability to proactively identify errors or inconsistencies in process, and provide documented and well-thought-through solutions
be a confident relationship builder
embrace and support the special Catholic character of the College
Catholic Cathedral College is a special character, co-educational College with over 500 students, situated in central Christchurch. We are a culturally diverse and whānau-focused school. We recognise the unique position of Māori as tangata whenua and ensure our policy statements and actions promote the intentions of Te Tiriti o Waitangi.
We are grounded in the charisms and mission of our founders, the Sisters of Our Lady of the Missions and the Marist Brothers. We follow their goals of ensuring a high-quality Catholic education is available for all, regardless of race, gender, identity, economic or cultural background. Catholic Cathedral College is inclusive and welcoming to all.
To view the job description and application pack, please download the forms below.
Applications close: 20 December 2023 at noon
We are looking for qualified teachers to join our pool of day-to-day relief teachers to start immediately, all subjects.
Previous experience working in a Special Character school or kura an advantage but not a prerequisite.
Must be available at short notice and readily able to be contacted by phone.
If you are interested in relieving at our culturally vibrant school, please email a brief CV including your contact details and two referees to Danny Nicholls; firstname.lastname@example.org
Catholic Cathedral College Te Kura o te Waka Whakapono
62 Ferry Road, ChristchurchPO Box 10-255, Christchurch 8140
Phone: (03) 982 1690