ECE Qualified Teacher

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Join our ABC team as a culturally responsive teacher in a community-focused centre. Plan, implement, and evaluate a learning program that is responsive to children's strengths and interests. Enjoy flexible working conditions and discounted childcare. Apply today for a fulfilling role with ABC.

Job title
ECE Qualified Teacher
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Clendon Park, Auckland
Education & Training
Full time


$60,122 – $99,757 per year (Full Pay Parity Role)
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About the role

The ABC team in Clendon Park, Auckland are on the lookout for a superstar kaiako. This is an exciting opportunity to join a team that is proud to lead a community-focused centre where tamariki are truly at the heart of all we do.

If you are someone who is looking to join a fun, flexible, and collaborative team of kaiako, then this is the role for you. Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to join us. We are looking for someone who brings a sense of humor, confidence in their teaching, a commitment to being culturally responsive, and can demonstrate respectful practice.

This is a full-time position of 40 hours per week, and ABC is a Full Pay Parity Partner. The role is situated in a secure, nurturing, and welcoming environment designed to encourage and nurture the innate curiosities of our tamariki.

Key responsibilities

Support planning, implementation, and evaluation of a learning program that is responsive to the strengths and interests of children
Promote learning opportunities that are inclusive, equitable, and culturally responsive
Document children's learning and take responsibility for children's profile books and e-portfolio

Skills and experience

You will be an outstanding, experienced teacher who is energized and excited about engaging with children. To undertake this role, you will have:

- Early childhood teaching qualification and current Education Council Practicing Certificate
- Experience working as a teacher in an early childhood education team setting
- The ability to use initiative and a commitment to quality practice standards and the principles of Te Whāriki
- Excellent communication, planning, and organization skills
- Enthusiasm and a strong desire to make a difference to children in their early years, while building strong links with their whānau and families.


In choosing to work for ABC, you will enjoy the benefits of working with a large, respected organization making a difference for tamariki, whānau, and communities.

- Financial support to retain Teacher registration
- Family-friendly organization with flexible working conditions
- Professional and supportive colleagues
- Discounted childcare for your own tamariki

About ABC

For over 60 years, ABC has been shaping brighter futures together with children and families in Aotearoa. Our mahi across social services, early learning, and advocacy for children's rights and well-being means we're there for the whole childhood journey, and beyond. Every day, we're making a positive, long-lasting difference to children's lives.

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Do not delay, if this is the role for you, apply today!

ABC is an accredited employer for the overseas recruitment of Qualified teachers. We are open to support candidates with their work visa, and preference will be given to candidates who have:

- Applied to NZQA for their teaching qualification to be recognized in New Zealand
- Applied for registration and certification with the Teaching Council of Aotearoa New Zealand to work as a qualified teacher in the Early Childhood sector

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