Full-Time Education Adviser- Maori Engagement
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Based in Northland.
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The Education Adviser’s core role and function is to ensure that sector leaders and the communities in which they operate have access to the expertise, programmes and resources that will allow our children and young people to reach their full potential. The role will have a particular focus on supporting the individual student pathway for Māori children and young people, particularly those who are disengaged from education. You will ensure Māori children and young people, parents, whānau and iwi perspectives are considered and embedded in programmes of work, new initiatives, implementation and change in order to deliver education success.
This role is located in the Tai Tokerau regional office. The Ministry of Education’s regional offices are the key interface between the Ministry and early learning providers, schools and kura. This role also gives you the opportunity to directly work with Communities of Learning – Kāhui Ako, Boards of Trustees, and Education leaders on strengthening education performance.
Your key priorities will include the following:
- Ensure the interests, aspirations and needs of Māori children and young people, and their parents and whānau are integrated into local strategies to improve Māori student progress and achievement
- Develop and deliver local initiatives that provide tailored support, advice and guidance to Māori children, young people and their whānau
- Work with local managers to inspire, motivate and influence across the education and learning support teams in ways that effectively embed Māori learner and parent and whānau perspectives into business practices and priority work streams.
- Identify and engage other agencies and providers to ensure Māori children and young people are able to attend and participate in education
- Collect, understand and share intelligence about the interests and aspirations of Māori children, young people and their whānau
- Work with colleagues to connect these with the interests of iwi, employers and the community
You will bring to this role:
- demonstration of a deep understanding of the aspirations, interests and needs of Māori children and young people, parents, whānau and iwi
- experience and knowledge of effective engagement strategies, at all levels, within the region
- experience in evidence-based decision making and intervention logic
- strength in Te Reo Māori and tikanga Māori is desirable
- knowledge of Te Marautanga o Aotearoa, Te Aho Matua and/or Māori learning pedagogies
- a tertiary qualification or equivalent.
If you have the skills and passion to deliver in this rewarding role then please click on the ‘apply online’ button or go to the Careers at the Ministry of Education link at our website: www.education.govt.nz for job descriptions and to submit an application.
Or for further information please contact Amanda Walker 09 436 8039.
How to Apply
Please review the position description here.If this sounds like you, please visit our website to apply for the role. Applications close on Thursday, 28 June 2018.
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