Mount Eden, AucklandKaitakawaengaLearning Support, AucklandFull time, permanent roleBased in the Maungawhau OfficeE kimihia ana te Tāhūhū o te Mātauranga mo Tāmaki Makaurau ētahi tangata kakama te wairua hei Kaitakawaenga.
Me āhei ngā kaitono ki te whakaputa whakaaro, whakawhitiwhiti kōrero ki te tangata ahakoa ko wai, ahakoa no hea. Me ahei ngā kaitono ki te mahi i roto i te reo me te ao Māori.
Me tino kaingākau ngā kaitono ki te whakatupu kaupapa e mahi tahi ai te Māori me te tangata Pākēha, tauiwi rānei. E tautoko ana mātou te kaupapa whakaorite whiwhinga mahi.
He tūranga taumano ukiuki tēnei. Te tūmanako kia timata taro ake nei te kopounga.The Ministry of Education, Learning Support are seeking skilled, innovative and enthusiastic people to work as a Kaitakawaenga.
As Kaitakawaenga you will play a crucial role in supporting the delivery of Learning Support for Māori tamariki, mokopuna and their whānau, hapu and iwi.
You will provide services that are responsive to Māori and includes identifying risks occurring to wellbeing and learning for Māori to succeed as Māori.
You are expected to work proactively with colleagues, specialists, and educators across the early learning me ngā Kōhanga Reo, schools and kura Māori.
You will have strong teaming skills and the competency to establish effective relationships to deliver in the new learning support model with colleagues, specialists and educators working towards wellbeing and inclusive practice for Māori children and young people.
You will need : A relevant education, health, justice or social service tertiary qualificationA minimum of 3 years teaching experience or3 years' recent experience working in the Community supporting Māori development informed by strong Te Ao Māori research and recent evidence to build on Parent, whānau, education and wellbeing outcomes for Māori children and young people.
Have an understanding of Treaty of Waitangi obligations within the New Zealand education system to address priority outcomes to raise Māori achievement and engagement for all Māori learners.
Have confidence using Te reo Māori me ōna tikanga across different settings. Be able to link this expertise to work alongside colleagues and specialists.
Have a current full driver's licence.Able to demonstrate a can do attitude with those he / she will be working alongside.
If this opportunity interests you, and you meet the above criteria, please apply now using the Apply' button.You can view the attached job description or for further information, please contact Nicole at auckland.
recruitment education.govt.nz.Applications close midnight of Tuesday 12th November 2019