• Permanent Full Time
  • Gisborne

Website House of Wonder - Gisborne

Are you a registered teacher wanting to join a forward-thinking, heart-centred and values-based centre? We are looking for a nurturing teacher wanting to make a meaningful difference in the lives of children and the community at House of Wonder Gisborne.


We are not just an ordinary childcare centre. The unique, innovative and holistic approach to early childhood education means that children, staff and families are given the individual attention needed to thrive.  The underlying philosophy is inspired by the Reggio approach.  At the heart of the philosophy you will find the belief that learning happens within the context of strong meaningful relationships with people, the natural surroundings and a range of materials.


Our ideal candidate will be passionate and enthusiastic, understand the culture of care and meaningful relationships, have knowledge in using recycled and found materials, show love for learning and professional growth with high emotional intelligence to communicate with empathy and problem solve with resiliency.


As a valued teacher of House of Wonder Gisborne, we can offer you a great benefit package including:

·         Competitive remuneration- we have opted in to pay parity

·         A comprehensive induction program with regular and ongoing mentoring and relevant professional development opportunities

·         Discounted childcare

·         Full reimbursement for teacher registration costs

·         First Aid certification and annual flu vaccination

·         Paid professional learning and development opportunities

·         Uniforms

·         Ongoing opportunities for career growth & personal and professional development

·         A wonderfully supportive team environment


To find out more about this role, send through your CV and Cover Letter today. We look forward to hearing from you!


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

To apply for this job email your details to hr@provincialeducation.co.nz.