Kaitātari Mātāmua, Arareo Māori.
Education Council of Aotearoa New Zealand
Wellington, New Zealand
6d ago

Kaitātari Mātāmua, Arareo Māori

Hāora katoa. Kei Te Whanga-nui-a-Tara

  • He kai-ngākau koe ki te mahi me te tira kaiako ngaio, kia horaina he whakamaherehere kaupapa here kounga tiketike
  • Ka whakatata atu, ka piri atu koe ki te tangata, ki te rōpū, me te whakapono nui a te tangata ki a koe, waihoki, he nui ō toronga.
  • He rawe koe ki te whakawhitiwhiti kōrero, ki te tuhi hoki ki te Reo Māori ki te Reo Ingarihi anō hoki.
  • Ko Matatū Aotearoa Education Council te rōpū ngaio mō ngā kaiako mai i ngā pūtahi kōhungahunga, kōhanga reo tae noa atu ki ngā kura tuatahi, tuarua hoki, mō ngā kura arareo Ingarihi, arareo Māori anō hoki.

    Tā mātou, he tautoko i te tira ngaio kia eke ia ki āna anō ritenga, paerewa hoki. Ka whakapūmau mātou i te whakapono o te iwi whānui ki te tira whakaako, me te tū hei māngai mōna anō.

    Kei te kimi mātou i tētahi Kaitātari Mātāmua Arareo Māori i tā mātou tīma Kaupapa Here, Whakatinana hoki. Māu e āta whakaū tikanga e pai ai, e tika ai te hoahoa me te whakatinana i ngā kaupapa here o te Kaunihera i roto i ngā horopaki akoranga arareo Māori

    Kia tino matatau koe ki ngā take kei mua i ngā kaiako arareo Māori, i te hunga whakaako i ngā kaiako hoki, me te noho mārama tonu ki ngā hātepe kaupapa here tūmatanui.

    Tāu mahi, he whakapakari i ngā hononga ki ngā kaiwhaipānga ki te mātauranga arareo Māori, me te mahi nui kia tautohutia ngā hiahia ahurei o ngā kaiako arareo Māori, otirā kia āta whakaarotia, kia whakatutukitia hoki.

    E kimi ana matou i :

  • Tētahi tohu paetahi akoranga tuatoru mō te mātauranga, ngā kaupapa here pāpori rānei, te whanaketanga Iwi / Māori rānei
  • Kaua e iti iho i te 5 tau e mahi ana i ngā huarahi mahi i takea mai i te Tiriti o Wairangi, i ngā mahi hoa kōtui hoki mō te whakawhanake kaupapa here.
  • He pūkenga hōhonu mō te whakawhitiwhiti kōrero ki te Reo Māori me te mātauranga hōhonu mō ngā tikanga mahi o te Ao Māori.
  • Ngā pūkenga tuhituhi, tātari hoki tautōhito ki Te Reo Ingarihi me Te Reo Māori
  • Te māramatanga me te mōhiotanga ki ngā horopaki kaupapa here Kāwanatanga me te tira ngaio kaiako
  • Hei tono :

    Tēnā tukua tō tāhuhu tangata me tō reta mō runga ki recruitment educationcouncil.org.nz ki te ingoa nei, ki a :

    Hikitia Ropata, Manager Policy and Implementation, Education Council.

    Mō ētahi atu mōhiotanga me tētahi whakahua o te Whakamārama mō te Tūranga, tēnā haere kikonei . Kia mārama, me whai tika ā-

    ture koe kia mahi i Aotearoa.

    Kei te āhua tonu o te tutukinga pai i ngā tātaritanga pirihimana, tohu matauranga hoki te whakatūranga o tōna tangata ki te tūranga nei.

    Ka kati ngā tono hei te 9am hei te Rāmere, 12 Whiringa-ā-nuku 2018

    Lead Analyst, Maori Medium

    Full time. Wellington based

  • You are passionate about working with the teaching profession to provide high quality policy advice
  • You build high trust relationships and have excellent networks.
  • You are an excellent communicator and writer in Te Reo and English.
  • The Education Council Matatū Aotearoa is the professional body for teachers from early childhood education through to primary and secondary schooling in both English and Māori medium schools.

    We support the profession to meet the high expectations it has set itself. We enhance the public’s confidence in the teaching profession, speaking out on its behalf.

    We are looking for a Lead Analyst Māori Medium in our Policy and Implementation team. You will be ensuring that the Council’s policy is effectively designed and implemented within Māori Medium education settings

    You’ must be familiar with the issues that matter to Māori medium teachers and teacher educators and have a good knowledge and understanding of public policy processes.

    Your role will be to build and maintain productive relationships with Māori medium education stakeholders, ensuring that the distinctive needs of Māori medium teaching professionals are identified, considered and addressed.

    What we are looking for :

  • Degree level tertiary qualification in education, social policy or iwi / Māori Development
  • At least 5 years’ experience of Te Tiriti o Waitangi and partnership approaches to policy development.
  • Advanced communication skills in Te Reo Māori and thorough knowledge of practices in Te Ao Māori.
  • Proven writing and analysis skills in English and Te Reo Māori
  • Understanding and knowledge of Government policy settings and the profession of teaching
  • Apply
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