Southern Institute of Technology
Invercargill, Southland, NZ
11h ago

Full time permanent

Southern Institute of Technology Limited is looking for a person who is learner- focused and enthusiastic to fill the above position.

A specific aim of the role is to provide pastoral support to enable improved opportunity for success for Māori and Youth Guarantee students.

Key Responsibilities include but are not limited to

  • Sustaining and expanding our supportive learning environment for Māori students.
  • Liaising and collaborating with SIT’s staff to facilitate pastoral care and comprehensive support for Māori students.
  • Leading the organisation of Kauapapa Māori events including but not limited to all powhiri, mihiwhakatau and Matariki.
  • Participating in the ongoing development and implementation of SIT’s Māori Tertiary Education Strategy.
  • Providing pastoral support and access to education support for Youth Guarantee students.
  • The successful applicant will have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree with an understanding of Te Ao Māori, Tikanga and commitment to Te Tiriti O Waitangi and its principles.

    You will have the ability to build networks, both internally and externally, that foster the learning experience and success of Māori students.

    You will either have, or be able to build relationships with Manawhenua, Maata Waka and Te Wānanga O Aotearoa.

    The position will suit someone who is well organised, has excellent communication skills and is enthusiastic and committed to Māori students’ success and achievement.

    For a job description and application form please contact HR. Applications close Tuesday 27 October 2020

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