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

If you would like to place a general expression of interest, please email your curriculum vitae to email hidden; JavaScript is required with a cover letter outlining your experiences, skills, knowledge and attributes.

Teaching at Christ's College

Advancement & Events Coordinator

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 team player who has an eye for detail, is methodical in their approach, understands data and can draw meaningful insights and conclusions, has exceptional oral and written skills, plus enjoys the fun and creative side by leading our Wedding programme as the Advancement & Events Coordinator.

Reporting to the Director of Advancement (DOA) and a key member of the Advancement team, the Advancement & Events Coordinator will work closely with the DOA and members of the Advancement Team to manage and deliver monthly reporting, data management and analysis, data collation and execution via targeted communication, manage creation of reports and tables from the database for operational delivery of current activity and manage the newly created wedding programme.

The Advancement & Events Coordinator will be a self-starter, a multi-tasker, have formidable attention to detail, strong writing and analytical skills and be an excellent communicator. They will have a minimum of seven years’ experience in an equivalent role.

College offers excellent working conditions in an attractive environment. Remuneration will be agreed on the basis of skills and experience.

The role will commence early to mid January 2022 to allow for a handover with the incumbent.

Applicants for this position should have current NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.

Please apply with a covering letter and curriculum vitae with relevant experience to Director of Advancement Claire Sparks at email hidden; JavaScript is required

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Chemistry teacher

Part-time, fixed-term, FTTE up to: 0.4.

Start date: 28 January 2022
End date: 2 December 2022 (Department review in next 12 months)
Secondary (Years 7–15) / wharekura, certificated teacher.

We are seeking a part-time, qualified Chemistry teacher to commence Friday 28 January 2022 with an ability to support the Science department by teaching other junior science classes as required.

Applicants should be willing to be involved in the co-curricular and mentor programmes of the college.

Affiliated with the Anglican Church of New Zealand, we are one of the leading independent boys' schools in New Zealand, with strong academic, sports, service and cultural programmes and a wide range of co-curricular activities. We are a school where boys thrive. We are dedicated to achieving our mission: Each boy at his best.

We offer excellent working conditions in an attractive environment. Remuneration is above state levels, (as is the KiwiSaver employer contribution), reflecting the nature of working in an independent school.

College offers excellent working conditions in an attractive environment.

Applicants for this position should have current NZ residency or an existing, valid NZ work visa.

Please apply with a covering letter, CV and NZ teacher registration details by 5pm, Monday 29 November

Mel Murrellemail hidden; JavaScript is required
(03) 364 6811

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Librarian

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 a proactive, organised and experienced Librarian to manage our school library from 8am–4pm daily during College term time and for a week at the beginning and end of the Christmas break.

The librarian will be have the following skill-set and experience:


Personal Skills

  • Professional library qualification
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • A professional approach and the ability to work cooperatively and effectively with colleagues to develop professional relationships
  • A strongly proactive and flexible approach
  • Planning and organisation skills
  • Accuracy and attention to detail
  • Knowledge of and experience working with AccessIt ILS
  • Willingness to use and train in new technologies and library trends
  • Ability to work as part of a team
  • Knowledge of library collection development and associated learning resources
  • Initiative to facilitate change and self-manage
  • Experience and an interest to work with adolescent boys in a school context

Role-Specific Skills

  • Staff management skills and experience
  • Familiarity with young adult literature especially NZ writers
  • Information and digital literacy skills and their links with the library
  • Effective IT skills, online search skills and familiarity with use of online tools
  • Financial management
  • Experience of book purchasing and stocktaking

Reporting to the Assistant Principal – Curriculum, the Librarian is a key member of the College team.

The duties for this role will commence in Term 1 – 28 January 2022.

College offers excellent working conditions in an attractive environment.

Applicants for this position should have current NZ residency or an existing, valid NZ work visa.

Please apply with a covering letter, CV and with relevant experience and skills for this role by 5pm, Friday 3 December to Shari Clunne, Human Resources Manager at email hidden; JavaScript is required

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Library Assistant

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 a proactive, organised and enthusiastic Library Assistant to help administer and manage our school library from 10.30–2.30pm daily during College term time.

The librarian will be have the following skill-set and experience:

Personal Skills

  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Experience working with teenagers
  • A professional approach and the ability to work cooperatively and effectively with colleagues to develop professional relationships
  • A strongly proactive and flexible approach
  • Planning and organisational skills
  • Accuracy and attention to detail
  • Knowledge of and experience working with AccessIt ILS
  • Willingness to use and train in new technologies and library trends
  • Ability to work as part of a team

Role-Specific Skills

  • General library skills eg book covering, cataloguing, shelving and general day-to-day upkeep of the physical space
  • Familiarity with young adult literature especially NZ writers
  • Information literacy, information skills and their links with the library
  • Effective IT skills, online search skills and familiarity with use of online tools
  • Knowledge of accounts and budgeting
  • Experience of book purchasing and stocktaking

Reporting to the Librarian, the Library Assistant is a key member of the College team.

The duties for this role will commence in Term 1 ie 28 January 2022.

College offers excellent working conditions in an attractive environment.

Applicants for this position should have current NZ residency or an existing, valid NZ work visa.

Please apply with a covering letter, CV and with relevant experience and skills for this role by 5pm, Friday 3 December to Shari Clunne, Human Resources Manager at email hidden; JavaScript is required

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Library Assistant JD-09.11.2021

Digital technology teacher

We are seeking a full-time, qualified digital technology teacher to commence Friday 28 January 2022 with an ability to support the technology department with teaching of hard materials and/or DVC an advantage but not required. A one-year, fixed-term teacher-in-charge is also attached to the role for 2022. Position comes with 0.5MU.

Applicants should be willing to be involved in the co-curricular and mentor programmes of the college.

Affiliated with the Anglican Church of New Zealand, we are one of the leading independent boys' schools in New Zealand, with strong academic, sports, service and cultural programmes and a wide range of co-curricular activities. We are a school where boys thrive. We are dedicated to achieving our mission: Each boy at his best.

We offer excellent working conditions in an attractive environment. Remuneration is above state levels, (as is the KiwiSaver employer contribution), reflecting the nature of working in an independent school.

Please apply with a covering letter, CV and NZ teacher registration details by Friday 29 October 2021 to:

Mel Murrellemail hidden; JavaScript is required
(03) 364 6811

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CC JD Technology Teacher v2

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.