Foundation Education Tutor/Senior Tutor Maori Culture at Massey University, Auckland
Mō tēnei tūranga mahi | About this role
Students and Global Engagement
Do you enjoy helping students prepare for their first step into higher education?
Do you like building students' confidence by supporting them to achieve academic and personal growth?
Do you want to work with a multi-disciplinary team who serves the whole university?
About us - Ko wai mātou
Te Kunenga ki Pūrehuroa Massey University's Centre for Professional and Continuing Education (PaCE) offers university preparation courses and programmes for learners transitioning to degree studies. With a presence at the Wellington, Palmerston North, and Auckland (Albany) campuses as well as online learning we have an Aotearoa-wide focus.
We have TWO permanent part-time (0.67 FTE/25hrs each) appointments which can be located on any three of our campuses.
The opportunity - Te Whiwhinga mahi
Opportunities exist for passionate and enthusiastic kaiako who have a proven background in supporting ākonga. We are looking for an experienced and successful kaiako to teach our Foundation Māori Culture course. The ideal teacher will be a Te Tiriti-practitioner who has an understanding of senior secondary school and foundation-level education in Aotearoa as well as an interest in curriculum development and e-learning.
In addition to a competitive salary, Massey also offers:
- up to 6.75% employer contribution to the UniSaver Superannuation Scheme
- five university holidays per year in addition to your annual leave
- subsidised Southern Cross Healthcare plan for you and your family
- discounted membership to our fully equipped recreation centre and gym facilities
- staff purchasing privileges and discounts at many commercial and retail businesses across NZ.
- comprehensive professional development and training programmes.
About you - Ko koe tēnei
To be considered for this opportunity you must have:
- a relevant undergraduate degree complemented with a teaching qualification
- te reo Māori fluency or actively engaging in te reo Māori study and demonstrable. experience of upholding and practicing Tikanga Māori in a range of different settings
- familiarity within the context of enabling and bridging education at foundation level in Aotearoa
- demonstrated success as a classroom facilitator of adult and/or senior secondary school learning to supporting ākonga to develop their understanding and appreciation of Māori values and principles
- proven interest and competence in multiple modes and mediums of teaching.
For enquiries, please contact Emily Saavedra - Associate Director Learning and Teaching - Foundation Education at firstname.lastname@example.org
To apply please apply at www.masseyunicareers.nga.net.nzApplications will be reviewed upon receipt and we do reserve the right to appoint prior to the closing date if the ideal candidate is identified.
Closing date: 2 April 2023
Reference number: SGE_PCE_186_02/23
For further information and to apply online, visit: http://masseyunicareers.nga.net.nz
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