Our strength is our people and our focus is our boys.
Core Christian virtues guide all we do and how we act. Honesty, respect, justice and compassion create a caring and supportive environment, where boys feel comfortable to be themselves as they strive to reach their potential. Our mission is Each boy at his best.
Our campus is unique, with its combination of heritage buildings and state-of-the-art learning spaces, with facilities at the cutting edge of technological excellence. It is a wonderful teaching and learning environment.
College employee benefits
We provide staff with a variety of health, financial and wellbeing benefits to ensure they feel supported and enjoy their time at College.
- Remuneration is above state levels
- Subsidised education at College and our sister school
- Flu shots
- Employee assistance programme
- Generous holiday provisions
Teaching at Christ's College
Christ’s College Receptionist
Christ’s College is a leading independent school for boys, providing an innovative and inspiring working environment, preparing generations of young men to embrace a world of opportunity.
Our greatest asset is our staff, who work to enable boundless opportunities to emerge for the boys. This highly qualified and committed team is supported by forward-thinking governance and dedicated professional administrators, who ensure every opportunity for success is achieved. We are an inclusive community, all committed to providing a high-quality education for our boys.
College is seeking an enthusiastic, creative and proactive team player for a part-time, job-share Receptionist role during College term-time on Wednesdays from 12.30pm until 4.30pm and then on Thursdays and Fridays from 8.00am until 4.30pm.
The Receptionist will be an excellent communicator, have strong attention to detail, be a proactive problem-solver and an unflappable multi-tasker.
Reporting to the Director of Advancement the Receptionist is a key member of the team.
The role will commence in Term 2 (ie on or about 20 June 2022) with the exact start date being flexible for the right candidate.
College offers excellent working conditions in an attractive environment.
Applicants for this position should have current NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.
APPLICATIONS CLOSE 5.00PM, FRIDAY 20 MAY 2022.
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Bequest & Donor Relationship Manager
Christ’s College is a leading independent school for boys, providing an innovative and inspiring work environment, preparing generations of young men to embrace a world of opportunity. Our greatest asset is our staff, who enable boundless opportunities to achieve our mission of Each boy at his best.
We are looking for an outstanding Bequest & Donor Manager who can generate and manage our bequest programme, along with developing, consolidating and strengthening relationships with high-value donors. As a highly experienced fundraiser, you will be adept at developing and enhancing significant relationships, creating a culture of ‘giving’ for Christ’s College, and growing defined revenue streams.
Reporting to the Director of Advancement (DOA) – and being a key member of the Advancement Team – the Bequest & Donor Manager will be a hands-on, independent multi-tasker, who is highly intuitive and recognises that strong and fruitful relationships are core to all their actions. The Bequest & Donor Manager will set high work standards, communicate in a clear and engaging manner and stay up to date with all channels of communication. They will recognise issues and opportunities, develop advanced solutions, be well-organised and a strong planner, value diversity and make a strong and positive impact on others.
College offers excellent working conditions in an attractive environment, with subsidised education at College and our sister school. Remuneration will be agreed on the basis of skills and experience.
The role will start in May 2022. Applicants should have current New Zealand residency or a valid NZ work visa.
APPLICATIONS CLOSE 5PM, Friday 20 May 2022.
Please click here for the job description.
In accordance with the Privacy Act (2020), the information provided as part of your application remains confidential and will only be used for the purpose of considering your suitability for this vacancy.
If your application is successful, the information you supply will be held as part of your personnel file. Information relating to unsuccessful applicants will be confidentially destroyed within one week of the recruitment process having been completed. You have the right to view your personal information held by Christ's College within this period.