Kaiako - Certificate in Construction Trade Skills Level 3


Kaiako - Certificate in Construction Trade Skills Level 3

Full-time-Fixed Term (December 2020)

January 2020 Start Date

Raroera Campus, Hamilton

 

Are you interested in being involved in a leading edge full time course of study that places emphasis on skills required for a wide range of building construction tasks and delivering a programme that is both theory and practice based? Are you interested in working with tauira (students) whilst they build a re-locatable house as part of the programme?

 

If so, and you have proven successful experience in the building industry, you may be the person we are looking for.

 

The overarching objective of the programme is to give tauira the opportunity to experience trade education and in particular that of carpentry. The programme is taught in a unique Māori learning environment that is based on the Māori principles of whanaungatanga (family relationships), rangatiratanga (leadership), tūhonohono (engagement) and mauitanga (innovation).

 

The programme teaches students about:

 

  • Health & Safety requirements;
  • Operating power, portable and hand tools used in the construction process;
  • The functions of building, legislation and compliance;
  • The Building Act; and
  • Building a single level, timber-framed, relocatable house as part of a team.

 

The ideal candidate for this position will hold:

  • a Diploma Level 5 qualification in Carpentry;
  • an LBP (Licenced Building Practitioner) and maintain the LBP licence;
  • a clean Full NZ Drivers’ Licence

 

Ideally, the successful candidate will have or be able to gain: 

  • a current first aid certificate;
  • a National Certificate in Adult Tertiary Teaching Level 5 or equivalent;

 

Experience

  • A minimum of 2 year’s experience in carpentry
  • A minimum of 2 year’s experience in teaching adults
  • Experience working with Māori and Tangata Pasifika people

 

You will also need to have experience in the industry related sector, work placement, work skill development or career planning and development; as well as teaching experience and experience working with Māori and Pacific Island people.

 

If you wish to be involved in this exciting programme and have a passion for seeing tauira 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 Sarah Tuhakaraina

Sarah.Tuhakaraina@twoa.ac.nz

 

Closes Sunday 24 November 2019

Fixed Term Full-time

Job no: 19WAE064

Location: Waikato, Hamilton, Huntly, Morrinsville, Taumarunui, Taupo, Te Awamutu, Te Kauwhata, Te Kuiti, Thames, Tokoroa

Closing Date: Sunday, 24 November 2019

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