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Lead Integration Advisor - Local Curriculum

Employer:
NZ Ministry of Education
Job Category:
Policy & analysis
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Region:
Wellington
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Posted Date:
17-May-2018
Closing Date:
24-May-2018
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Job Description

LEAD INTEGRATION ADVISOR LOCAL CURRICULUM

PARENT INFORMATION AND COMMUNITY INTELLIGENCE

National Office

Full time, permanent position

About us:

The Parent Information and Community Intelligence (PICI) group involves parents, communities and employers in education because they matter to learners' success.  

PICI Group

  • Engages directly with learners, parents, whānau, communities and employers to find out what they need to building their capability to support educational success;
  • Shares effective practice of how parents, whānau, communities and employers are mobilising to support learners' success;
  • Co-designs and delivers tools and models to enable parents, whānau, communities and employers to support learners' success; and
  • Contributes to system transformation, supporting and influencing the Ministry and other agencies to act on what learners, parents, whānau, employers and communities to improve education outcomes.

 

About the role:

Reporting to the Associate Deputy Secretary PICI, the Lead Integration Advisor Local Curriculum leads the design of local curriculum models in partnership with others to support learners to develop the competencies and enterprise skills they need for study, work and learning for life.

This is a new role that seeks to actively involve learners, parents and whānau, iwi, employers and the wider community, in partnership with boards of trustees, principals and teachers in the design and delivery of local curricula.

 

About you:

You will ensure best practice in local curriculum design and delivery, pedagogy, assessment, attestation and credentialing are used in this role.

You will also possess:

  • Experience providing leadership, innovation, and guidance in evidence based high quality local curriculum development processes, supported by case studies of successful practices, will be essential.
  • Knowledge, experience and expertise in a setting (Early Childhood, Kohanga; School or Kura) and language (English, Maori or other) are less important than knowledge, experience and expertise in local curriculum design and delivery.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Demonstrate organisational and planning skills, and the ability to manage multiple competing demands.
  • Ability to build and maintain positive working relationships with a wide range of stakeholders.
  • Energetic and self-motivated.

Please review the Position Description attached.

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Applications close 24 May 2018.

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