College of Community Development and Personal Well-Being
0.6 FTE, fixed-term until December 2021
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We seek a Foundation Education Lecturer to teach personal development, literacy, and numeracy within the Level 2 and 3 Foundation Programmes.
A qualification in Adult Literacy and Numeracy is highly desirable and a fundamental understanding of Māori principles of kawa and tikaka.
You will be highly motivated with excellent organisational skills, a flexible approach, and an empathy with second-chance learners.
You will have an affinity with youth, have experience in teaching personal development, literacy and numeracy to adults and be competent in assessing student needs, developing individual learning plans, lesson planning and moderation.
You will have excellent communication skills, as you will be working cooperatively with the Foundation Team and Student Services staff.
Good computing skills are required, and you will have an interest in blended models of course delivery. It is expected that you will demonstrate a commitment to the principles of Te Titiri o Waitangi.
A teaching qualification is desirable or working towards one.
This will be a fixed term 0.6 FTE role beginning 1st February 2021 with hours and days of work to be negotiated.
For specific information, please contact please contact Harriet Walsh, Head of Foundation Learning, telephone 0800 762 786 or email hwalsh op.ac.nz
For a Position Description or to apply please click on the link below
Applications close : 5pm, Tuesday 1 December 2020