Fixed-term Lecturer – Cook island Māori
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Lecturer – Cook island Māori
Want to join a passionate team? Are you committed to supporting students to achieve their aspirations? After a job that makes a difference in people’s lives?
MIT is at the forefront of changing lives with vocational education, with a strong vision of getting people into great jobs and/or supporting them as in-work learners.
We have a fantastic fixed term opportunity (0.5 FTE) available for someone with passion and skills for adult learning in the Pasifika languages of Cook Island Māori. If you have the commitment and dedication to make a difference within Pasifika languages, culture and education, then this could be the exciting step in your career.
The successful applicant will have:
- Suitable tertiary teaching qualification at level 5 or higher, which may include either the Certificate in Tertiary Teaching (Level 5) or the New Zealand Certificate in Adult and Tertiary Teaching (Level 5) and/or the National Certificate in Adult Literacy and Numeracy Education (Level 5) or the New Zealand Certificate in Adult Literacy and Numeracy Education (Level 5) and/or equivalent.
- Fluency in Cook Island Māori Language, cultural knowledge and strong connections to the Cook Islands community are essential.
Practical experience in teaching Cook Island Māori, as well as in a range of education curriculum areas are desirable. The diverse environment of our students will require you to have experience working in a multicultural environment with tertiary teaching experience or facilitation with adults. You could be expected to teach across campuses and the flexibility to teach evening or weekend classes is required.
In return you get to be part of a diverse team of passionate people whose mission is to transform lives, communities and industry. You can also expect a competitive salary, an inspiring work culture and even the opportunity to continue your own learning journey.
So if this sounds like the role for you, we’d love to hear from you. Please register your interest today and we will be in touch soon.
“Kua herea mātou ki te whai i te tūturutanga o Te Tiriti O Waitangi.” We are committed to creating and maintaining a culturally sensitive work environment in relation to Te Tiriti o Waitangi.
For this role, pre-employment checks will be conducted in accordance with the Vulnerable Children’s Act.
If you require further information please contact Jonathan Mana, People & Culture on (09 976 0731)and to apply online, visit: https://careers.manukau.ac.nz
Applications close: 20th January 2019
How to ApplyCLICK HERE for more information, to view the job description and to apply. For this role, pre-employment checks will be conducted in accordance with the Vulnerable Children's Act. If you require further information please contact Jonathan Mana, People & Culture on (09 976 0731)and to apply online, visit: https://careers.manukau.ac.nz Applications close: 20th January 2019
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