Kaitakawaenga - Facilitator
New Zealand Government Jobs
Auckland, New Zealand
19d ago

Institute of Education

College of Humanities and Social Sciences

He ao te rangi ka uhia, he kai te whare wānanga ka tōroatia.

As the clouds adorn the heavens, so the food of knowledge leads to extended sessions of the house of learning.

Tātai Angitu offers high-quality dynamic professional learning, development and support designed to respond to the needs of the education sector.

We support professional learning through actively linking knowledge with opportunities and need to support kaiako and tumuaki, and ultimately, tamariki.

We do this through large Government-funded contracts, short courses, bespoke solutions for early childhood education services, kura, schools and communities.

We work in Aotearoa New Zealand and overseas, particularly in the Pacific.

Applications are invited from experienced Educators to join our Professional Learning and Development (PLD) Facilitation team.

A strong knowledge of education theory and practice, as well as in-depth understanding of internal evaluation / self-review processes is essential.

This role involves working across a variety of settings and contexts including kura, wharekura, primary, secondary, Kāhui Ako - COLS.

About the role

With the flexibility to be based out of any of our three national Massey campuses, we are looking for Facilitators with salience in a number of areas particularly Hangarau Matihiko -

Digital Curriculum, leadership, te reo Māori, TESOL / TEFL and second language teaching, and developing local curriculum.

A strong knowledge of Te Marautanga o Aotearoa, Te Aho Matua, and / or New Zealand Curriculum, as well as in-depth understanding of teacher professional learning and development is essential.

This role involves working across a variety of settings, including all levels of schools, kura, wharekura, and Māori medium mainstream settings as well as utilising these skills across other Tātai Angitu projects.

This full-time (37.5 hours per week) fixed-term (two years) position requires travel across of variety of geographical locations.


If you are ready to further your career and join us in making a difference then submit your application via our careers page http : / / massey-

careers.massey.ac.nz / Default.aspx

It is intended that interviews will be conducted between 3 and 7 September 2018. For those requiring further information or a confidential discussion please contact Ms Maree Brannigan, Kaihautū Matua -

Coordinating Director - Tātai Angitu e3 Massey M.Brannigan massey.ac.nz

Don't miss this exciting opportunity to develop your own skills and be part of a team of highly motivated, professional Facilitators dedicated to improving educational outcomes for students through strengthening teacher knowledge and practice. Apply now!

Closing date : 22 August 2018

Reference number : G274-18RZ

For further information and to apply online, visit : http : / / massey-careers.massey.ac.nz /

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