Work for Us

Working at Massey Child Care Centre Inc.

Be part of a dynamic and creative learning community providing high quality early childhood education. The community of practice paradigm that the centre operates under fosters distributed leadership through collaborative interactions and strong relationships. We are keen to recruit staff that can reflect our commitment to continuous quality improvement. We are committed to promoting personal and group development within a culture of enquiry and critical reflection.

Current Vacancies

IN-TRAINING EDUCATOR

We are seeking an early childhood trainee teacher or someone planning to train as an early childhood teacher for our Kea Section (2-6 years).


An opportunity has arisen for an educator to join our learning community where children, teachers and families engage in an innovative programme, inspired by the Reggio Emilia philosophy of teaching and learning.


We are looking for a passionate, proactive, and motivated educator who has a strong ability to reflect on practice and work effectively within our community. We offer a supportive environment that provides many rich professional development opportunities and mentoring support.


Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.
Please apply with your CV and covering letter by noon, Wednesday the 23rd May 2018 to the Centre Manager on admin@masseychildcare.ac.nz

We also have vacancies for the following positions:

RELIEVERS NEEDED
We are in need of some super star relievers (unqualified and qualified) to compliment our teaching teams here at Massey Child Care Centre.


This is a casual on-call employment arrangement allowing flexibility for both you and us.
As a reliever, you would be an integral part of the success of our day-to-day operations. You would need to be highly motivated, have outstanding communication skills, enjoy working alongside children and excited to learn new skills and grow understandings while working amongst supportive and innovative teaching teams.


We have four sections, working with children aged birth to 6 years old, so plenty of opportunity to work across our different centres and age groups. We have 35 permanent staff and cater for over 200 families so no two days will ever be the same.


Experience is preferred, but not essential. Passion however is a must.
All relievers are required to give permission for a NZ Police check and this process can take up to 4 weeks to complete. Only once this is done can you be become available for relieving work.
Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.
If this sounds like something you may be interested in or know someone who would be perfect for the job, please contact the Centre on 06-280 2763 or admin@masseychildcare.ac.nz


Expressions of Interest

If you are interested in working for us, but didn’t see a job that meets what you are looking for, or you’d just like to keep your name on file for a future opportunity, then we invite you to submit an expression of interest now. Your interest may be in a permanent position, fixed term, infants and toddlers, young children or as a reliever. Whatever you are looking for we are keen to hear from you.

Expressions of interest can be made by completing a form and uploading your CV. We will hold your information on file and as soon as a position matching your area of interest becomes vacant, we will send you details of the vacancy.

Alternatively, you’re welcome to contact the Centre Manager by email admin@masseychildcare.ac.nz or by telephone: 06 2802763

 

Employment benefits

Professional Development

Our community of practice requires teachers and educators to engage in an evolving spiral of professional and personal development where pedagogy is refined and new ideas, theories and innovations are explored. Through informed interactions, research and professional dialogue, teachers determine the best possible solutions to enhance their practice and children’s learning, and support the development of section goals and objectives.

We actively encourage staff to seek further knowledge through professional enquiry, research, professional development workshops, conferences, seminars, mentoring, and self reflection. We provide a generous training and development budget to assist individuals and parallel teams to support their learning and development.

Once a year a teacher-only day is organised where new ideas are explored, and teachers collectively and individually reflect on and refine practice.

Equal Employment Opportunities

We employ the most suitable candidate for the job. All employees and applicants are treated according to their skills, qualifications and abilities without regard to irrelevant factors.

Our commitment to equal employment opportunities is demonstrated through the implementation and monitoring of employment policies, practices and conditions of service.

Working Environment

You will enjoy the aesthetically pleasing, functional environment that represents the philosophy and values of the community and reflects the unique identity of New Zealand.

  • Intimate indoor environments that encourage and support places where teachers and children can work and reflect quietly and calmly.
  • Dedicated non-child contact rooms for teachers.
  • High quality ICT resources.
  • Health, Safety and Well-being Committee.
  • Environment Committee.
  • Social Committee.
  • Bicultural Committee.
  • Transition Committee.
  • Education for Environmental Sustainability Committee.

 

Click here to complete the "Expression of Interest" form