Join Te Miro
At Te Miro School, we pride ourselves on a strong connection to one-another and our community. We all work together to make this small country school a success, and look for employees willing to go the extra mile. Although we do not always have job vacancies, we rely on the volunteer help of our community, so if you’re interested in helping us out in any way, please let us know!
BOT Reps — Volunteer
Will you support our school by joining the Board of Trustees? Elections will be held in May/June of this year (2019) and we are looking for 4 parents, whanau, or community members to form the BoT with Te Miro School’s principal Michaela Phillips and our staff representative.
Being a BoT member allows you to contribute in a meaningful way to our school. You can help ensure that our school is serving our children and our community as well as it can.
Works well in a team
Can ask challenging questions
Has good communication skills
Able to attend two 2-hour long BoT meetings each term (8 per year)
Additional time commitment necessary for certain projects and visits from the Education Review Office (due in 2020)
18 March 2019
The Board at Te Miro School is seeking an Office Manager. The position is for 12hrs (negotiable) a week, during the school terms only. If you are finance and computer literate, enjoy dealing with people and especially children, are well organised but flexible to fit in with the ever-changing school environment and are a real team player then we would love to have you be the face of Te Miro School. Our beautiful country school is just 10mins from Cambridge nestled at the Te Miro Hills.
The position commences on 8 April, 2019. Further information and application forms may be requested from the principal, Michaela Phillips via email, firstname.lastname@example.org