Staff Vacancies

Please consult the most recent Education Gazette

Coaching Opportunities

Mount Roskill Grammar School welcomes coaches and managers from the local community and ex-pupils.

If you are interested in being involved with Sport at MRGS please contact Mr Cameron Bitchener (Director of Sport) by email if you have any questions regarding coaching at the school –

Please consult the most recent Education Gazette

Lead Nurse

At Mount Roskill Grammar School we have a vibrant team providing comprehensive health care for
adolescents in a school-based health centre. We are seeking a motivated and compassionate RN to
work as Lead Nurse in a multidisciplinary team in a multicultural setting.

• Funded by Te Whatu Ora
• Management Experience as a nurse (Youth Health of benefit)
• 5 years’ experience
The role is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the health centre and the supervision of its
other three staff. We are seeking a nurse who:
• Has proven supervisory and leadership experience
• Is able to work well both independently and within a team environment
• Holds a current practicing certificate
• Holds a current driver’s license
• Is computer literate (MedTech and MS Office)
• Has excellent written and communication skills
• Has post-graduate qualifications in youth-health or is prepared to work towards a post
graduate qualification

This is a fixed-term position until 30 June 2023 for 32-40 hours per week.

Please forward your CV and covering letter to
Applications close Sunday 20 November 2022

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Teacher Aide- Learning Extension

Mount Roskill Grammar School is a large, co-educational Secondary School in Auckland. We are
proud of our diversity, academic excellence, and our values in action – manaakitanga,
whanaungatanga and tūmanakotanga.

We are currently looking for a Teacher Aide who is passionate about young people and enjoys
working as part of a team. The role involves supporting students in class and working with small
groups of students to support their learning and improve their literacy skills.

Good written and spoken English language skills are essential. The role is subject to a satisfactory
police vet check.

This position is a permanent position, 5 days per week, working 32 hours per week, term time only.
This position will commence on 31 January 2023.

Please forward your CV and covering letter to
Applications close Sunday 20 November 2022

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