The Education Review Office (ERO) works for the benefit of New Zealand's young children and students.
Te Ihuwaka Education Evaluation Centre, a specialist unit undertaking education system-wide work in evaluation, research and policy, is uniquely positioned to provide independent advice on the performance and quality of education in New Zealand and how to improve practice.
Using specialised evaluation expertise, and a deep connection to schools and services, Te Ihuwaka can provide relevant insights and be a catalyst for change on the ground.
Over the past 12 months key projects have been completed, reports have been published and results have been analysed. There is more exciting work to do and Te Ihuwaka is now seeking applications for roles at Principal Evaluator, Senior Evaluator and Evaluator levels.
doing a deep dive into provision for key groups; linking to international reviews; or working on a thematic review of aspects of the system.
We are keen to hear from you if you bring strong evaluation, research or project management experience and a collaborative approach to your work.
You will be comfortable with ambiguity, driven to succeed, and committed to putting children at the heart of the matter.
Ideally, you'll have a background in social sector research / evaluation. Good quantitative skills can be a bonus.
Principal evaluators are an important part of the leadership team. They provide technical expertise, undertake team coaching and mentoring, plan and lead evaluation projects and work with a range of stakeholders.
Senior evaluators are a critical part of the team they provide technical expertise, plan and lead our evaluation projects and work with a range of stakeholders.
Evaluators play an important role in project teams using evaluation or research experience to contribute to the planning, designing and delivery of evaluation projects.
Te Ihuwaka has a strong focus on career development so whether you're an experienced person or someone ready to take a step up to senior or principal, we'd love to hear from you.
This is your chance to help shape Te Ihuwaka’s role in this space, contribute to building the evidence base for education, and to see your work have a real impact on education outcomes.
For more information , call Michael Hurdle on 021 276 6697 at OCG Consulting.
Applications close Friday 13 August.