Fixed Term Kaiako – Bachelor in Bicultural Social Work


Kaiako – Bachelor in Bicultural Social Work

Fixed Term (asap – 14 December 2018)

Part-time (18.75 hours per week)

Tauranga Campus

Ref: 18TAUR002

We are seeking a part-time fixed term Kaiako to help deliver our Bachelor in Bicultural Social Work programme in Tauranga.  The duty of this role is to help teach this programme, involving but not limited to developing lesson plans, presenting material to tauira, responding to tauira learning needs, evaluating tauira progress and organising ad attending Noho marae. The successful candidate is required to engage in Rangahau and to maintain currency of subject knowledge.

Candidates will have the following qualifications and experience;

  •  Masters level qualification in Social Work or related subject;
  • Registration with Social Workers Registration Board (SWRB); and holds a current Annual Practice Certificate
  • L5 Adult Teaching Qualification
  • Clean Police Record
  • Full NZ Drivers’ Licence; and
  • Assessment Unit Standards: 4098, 11281, 18203

Candidates will have a Minimum 5 years' experience of the following;

  • Experience in a Social work field that has allowed eligibility for registration; and
  • Experience in teaching adults in a similar subject

Ahuatanga Māori

  •  Ability to demonstrate knowledge and appreciation of Te Reo and Tikanga Māori within a bicultural framework
  • Have a good understanding of Āhuatanga Māori (Māori values, tikanga (protocols and practices) and culture) and partakes in cultural activities;

 If you wish to be involved in this exciting initiative and have a passion for seeing communities succeed in education, then we would like to hear from you.

 

To apply for this position please register and apply on our jobs site: https://twoa.careercentre.net.nz/  

 

Enquiries to Lani Iasona-Uaea, Manager Educational Delivery lani.iasona-uaea@twoa.ac.nz

 

Applications close Friday 25 May 2018 @4.00pm  

Fixed Term Part-time

Job no: 18TAUR002

Location: Tauranga

Closing Date: Friday, 25 May 2018

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