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Education Adviser

Employer:
NZ Ministry of Education
Job Category:
Education
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Region:
Canterbury
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Posted Date:
10-Aug-2017
Closing Date:
24-Aug-2017
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Job Description

 

Fixed term or secondment position until 7 September 2018 (Maternity leave)

Based in the Christchurch Office

 

 

We are currently offering a great opportunity for an experienced early childhood professional to join our Christchurch based Sector Enablement and Support team at the Ministry of Education. This position is a fulltime fixed term position.

 

We are looking for applicants who have drive and enthusiasm as well as a sound understanding of early childhood education. You will need excellent communication and relationship management skills, to be systematic and solutions focussed, and have the ability to work effectively within a team. Skills in project and contract management are also important as is the demonstrated ability to respond rapidly to complex situations.  The role will include assessment of early childhood services against the Education (Early Childhood Services ) Regulations 2008 and associated licensing criteria and, providing advice and support to the ECE sector including  supporting the engagement  of ECE within Communities of Learning | Kāhui Ako.

 

All Ministry of Education work is positioned within the Ka Hikitia and Pasifika Education Plan strategies and Education Advisers need to lead and influence within the sector. Applicants will need to demonstrate a proven ability to work within target communities and to support the focus on enhancing educational outcomes for Māori and Pasifika children, and those with additional learning support requirements.  

 

If this opportunity interests you apply now using the ‘Apply Online' button.  You can view a job description above or for further information please contact Fiona Johnson on 03 378 7747.

 

Applications must be received by 24 August 2017.

 

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