Kaiako - Bachelor of Education (Primary)


Kaiako - Bachelor of Education (Primary) 

Manukau (Mangere) Campus

Permanent - Full time

Ref: 19DIHU081

 

He kāranga tēnei ki te hunga e kaingakaunui ana ki te kaupapa o Te Wānanga o Aotearoa.  Mā te kahukura ka rere te manu.

 

We are seeking an experienced Kaiako to teach across three year groups; to plan, assess and motivate students’ learning; and be prepared to undertake research within the teaching department to maintain a high quality programme. This position is based at our Manukau Campus.

 

Applicants must be able to demonstrate curriculum strengths including current knowledge of the New Zealand curriculum and be strong in leadership experience in Numeracy and Literacy. Te reo Māori, tikanga and āhuatanga Māori is also desired. 

 

Qualifications and Experience:

Qualifications:

- Master’s degree in Education ("Teaching" must be included as a subject in order to teach this programme)

- NZ Certificate in Adult & Tertiary Teaching L5 (preferred is the TWoA He Puāwai: Certificate in Adult & Tertiary Teaching L5), Assessment Standards 4098/11281/11551/11552/18203

 

Experience:

- Proven teaching experience in Primary Education

- Clean Police Record

- Must be a registered teacher with the New Zealand Teachers Council and hold a current practising certificate.

 

Āhuatanga Māori:

- Have a good understanding of tikanga, āhuatanga and mātauranga Māori (Māori values, protocols, practices and culture)

- Participate in Māori cultural activities within the organisation such as Karakia, Pōwhiri/Whakatau.

- Demonstrate basic proficiency in te reo Māori


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

Recruitment enquiries to Tyla Farrell tyla.farrell@twoa.ac.nz

Closes 06 May 2019

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Permanent Full-time

Job no: 19DIHU081

Location: Mangere

Closing Date: Monday, 6 May 2019

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