Full-Time Tutor – Bachelor of Social Work Studies
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Tutor – Bachelor of Social work studies -TWOA
Knowledge and appreciation of Te Reo me ona tikanga Māori within a bicultural educational framework?
- Full and current registration with the NZ Social Work Registration Board?
- A Master’s in social work or related subject?
- Take the next the step in your career in this highly visible and pivotal teaching position.
- Based in Hamilton and Tauranga.
This position will see you teaching Ngā Poutoko Whakarara Oranga (Kaupae 7) Bachelor of Bicultural Social Work (L7).
Engaging and inspiring tauira to complete their course by taking appropriate action to retain tauira enrolment for the duration of the programme, you will motivate and support tauira to achieve Educational Outcomes and graduate. Achieving class numbers per enrolment plan, you will support student recruitment in accordance with programme entry requirements to achieve class numbers and promote a learning environment that promotes both retention and high levels of engagement.
Understanding and engaging with the moderation standards; requirements and process, you will mark and retain assessments as required, submitting samples per moderation schedule according to organisational and NZQA requirements and timeframes. Providing accurate results and attendance, you will work within the 101 SISS framework, and be confident in assessing and informing tauira of their attendance, assessment requirements and ultimately their progress.
Promoting a highly collaborative, inclusive and supportive learning environment, you will effectively manage a learning environment that incorporates successful strategies to engage and motivate. Accommodating a range of learner abilities and modifying your teaching approaches to address individual and group needs, you will demonstrate delivery of embedded and contextualised literacy and numeracy support strategies within your teaching practices.
Carrying out regular formative assessments to ensure individual tauira needs are being met, you will identify, develop, implement intervention strategies or individualised education plans for tauira, with the intent of having effective intervention strategies in place as applicable, and overall gain positive tauira feedback .
Skills qualifications and experience required for this position are to include;
- Full and current registration with the NZ Social Work Registration Board.
- A Master’s degree in social work or related subject.
- New Zealand Certificate in Adult and Tertiary Teaching L5 or equivalent.
- Experience in the development of teaching materials.
- An understanding of indigenous teaching practices.
- NZQA standards required to assess and moderate/ hold the NZ Certificate in Assessment Practice (L4).
- Knowledge and ability to plan and deliver bi-culturalism in practice.
- Comprehension of Te Reo me ona tikanga Māori within a bicultural framework.
- Demonstrated leadership and effective speaking skills.
In addition, you will be undertaking ongoing, relevant research activity (and other agreed upon scholarly activity) that contributes to the advancement of mātauranga Māori, and to the strategic organisational vision and the overall programme aims.
A hugely successful and innovative organisation that is based on values of tika, pono, aroha. We are looking to attract those who have already had a track record of success in their teaching career and are looking for increased rewards and recognition.
To express an interest on a strictly confidential basis please email your cover letter and current CV through to Violetta at Mana Recruitment at firstname.lastname@example.org or if you have questions regarding the position, please call on (09) 632 1108.
Applications close on Monday the 27th of May 2019 at 5.00pm.
How to ApplyTo express an interest on a strictly confidential basis please email your cover letter and current CV through to Violetta at Mana Recruitment at email@example.com or if you have questions regarding the position, please call on (09) 632 1108. Applications close on Monday the 27th of May 2019 at 5.00pm.
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