Supported Learning Contract for Service Moderator
Type : Part-time contract Location : New Zealand Closing date : 01 Jun 2020
Moderators for Supported Learning 2020
Do you want to make a significant contribution to education at a National level?
If you would like to make a difference to education on a national level we are looking for moderators for Supported Learning.
This is an exciting and career enhancing opportunity for teachers to further develop their professional understanding of Moderation and gain valuable professional development to enhance their teaching and learning for their students.
As a moderator you will have the chance to work with other subject experts to ensure fair, valid and consistent assessment against the standards.
You must understand the principles of standards based assessment and have knowledge of the New Zealand Qualifications Framework and the National Certificate in Educational Achievement (NCEA).
You must have current or very recent recognised teaching and assessment expertise in NCEA Levels 1-3 in Supported Learning.
Preference will be given to applicants with proven regional or national involvement. Experience in facilitating workshops is desirable.
Please apply with the application form via the email links below.
NZQA has a formal appointment procedure to ensure that all applicants are fairly treated and the best applicant is selected for the contract.
Selection is based on assessing each applicant’s skills, knowledge, abilities and experience against the role definition for the contract.
When applying for a contract for service please include all relevant information relating to your experience and skills for this contract.
Please provide the names and contact details (e-mail address and phone number) of at least two referees who can comment on your subject expertise, leadership and credibility.
Applications close on Monday 1st June 2020.
Contract and training
The contracts for service may be between individuals and NZQA, or between individual employers and NZQA.
Suitable applicants will be trained prior to confirmation of appointment.
Participation in training does not necessarily mean that a contract for services will be offered.