Student Support Officer / Māori and Pasifika Student Support
SAE Institute
Auckland, New Zealand
4d ago

About the role

Reporting to the Campus Director and working closely with the academic team, the Student Support Officer / Māori and Pasifika Student Support provides guidance and support to our audio, music and screen production students throughout their studies at SAE Auckland.

The support provided may include guiding students through specific topics relative to course content, as well as assisting with general study skills such as time management.

Student Support Officers also help students access appropriate professional services such as counselling when required.

Alongside supporting all SAE Auckland students, a particular focus of this position is Māori and Pasifika Student Support.

This includes providing advice, advocacy and mentoring to assist Māori and Pasifika students with their academic, personal and cultural needs.

This is a permanent part-time role of 24 hours per week (0.6FTE).

The person we seek will ideally have the following :

  • Experience in providing student support, ideally within an audio, music or film context and / or tertiary teaching environment
  • Experience in working with Māori and / or Pasifika students
  • Have some knowledge of the New Zealand tertiary education sector, particularly within the context of creative media education
  • Have some knowledge of or relationships with community support services available to tertiary students
  • Have an understanding of how the Treaty of Waitangi impacts on tertiary teaching and learning
  • Enjoy strong relationships with local iwi as well as broader Māori and / or Pasifika communities
  • Hold a relevant tertiary qualification in Academic / Learning Support and / or a creative media discipline such as audio, music or screen production
  • What we can offer you :

  • Work in Parnell village, just a short walk from Auckland’s CBD
  • Creative, modern, world-class facilities
  • A truly global organisation on the forefront of creative media education
  • Category 1 provider with the highest possible NZQA rating in our most recent EER
  • Collegial and collaborative environment with the aim of academic excellence
  • About Us

    Established in 1976, SAE Creative Media Institute provides niche creative media programmes to about 10,000 students at more than 50 campuses around the world.

    SAE is recognised for providing students with access to the best industry equipment and facilities, employing teaching staff with strong industry experience and delivering hands on teaching and learning in small class environments.

    SAE Institute engages with industry to develop curriculum that is relevant to local and global workforce needs. Work integrated learning is embedded in SAE qualification to ensure work ready graduates.

    Globally, SAE offers an extensive suite of creative media qualifications, from short courses and professional training through to bachelor and postgraduate degrees.

    The SAE Auckland campus offers Diplomas and Degrees in Audio Production , Music Production and Screen Production . SAE Auckland is accredited as an NZQA Degree-granting institution.

    In our most recent NZQA External Evaluation and Review (EER) SAE Auckland was awarded a Category 1 rating.

    Diversity and Inclusion

    SAE promotes and embraces an inclusive and diversified workforce. We believe equality, flexibility and diversity in the workplace will deliver a rich and collaborative environment for our employees, students and clients.

    SAE is committed to creating and maintaining a culturally sensitive work environment in relation to Te Tiriti o Waitangi.

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