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Job Opportunities

Workshop Technician/Property Maintenance Person

We are looking for a workshop technician/property maintenance person. 

For Workshop Technician, we are looking for someone with:

  • ability to take a wide range of duties in servicing and adjusting equipment and workshop machines(for instance ability to MIG, TIG, and Arc weld various types of metal);

  • good computer skills;

  • good work ethic and a collaborative relationship with the Technology staff. 

20 hours per week. 

For Property maintenance person, the successful applicant will have good building/handyman type skills and be required to undergo a satisfactory police vet.  

20 hours per week. 

Conditions of employment are as per the NZEI Support Staff in Schools Collective Agreement.

If you are interested, you are welcome to contact Li for its job description via email or phone 09 278 4086 (ext 721). 

Lead (registered) Nurse


Papatoetoe High School is a large, co-educational, state secondary school in South Auckland and serves a diverse community. 


We are looking for a Lead Nurse to join and lead our team of three nurses. The role is full time (8am – 4.30pm) during school term time only. The role includes duties as below:

  • Delivering emergency first aid for students and staff

  • Providing healthcare consultations including referrals and follow up

  • Being an ACC provider and claiming treatments including dressings, soft tissue injuries and referrals to school physio or urgent care

  • Promoting healthy lifestyles

  • Management of chronic conditions

  • Maintaining health records

  • Fulfilling contractual obligations e.g. HEADSS psychosocial health assessments (training available) and sore throat management

  • Supporting any public health responses


The ideal applicant should:

  • Be a registered nurse with a current NZ Practicing Certificate

  • Enjoy working with youth

  • Have (or be prepared to work towards) a post graduate qualification in youth health/advanced nursing

  • Be a registered nurse prescriber in community health (or be willing to undertake training to become one)

  • Have leadership skills in a primary health care setting

  • Be committed to continuing his / her own professional development, including undertaking mandatory training associated with the position

  • Be computer literate and demonstrate excellence in communication

  • Be culturally aware and able to work with diversity of all types

  • Work collaboratively with the wider pastoral care team and education staff

  • Understand the special character of nursing in a secondary school setting


Applicants will need to meet the requirements of the Public Health Response (Vaccination) Order 2021.

For an application pack please email Li Huang (Principal’s Executive Assistant) – 

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