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Kaihuawaere Ngaio Māori: Māori Facilitator - Two Roles

Kaihuawaere Ngaio Māori: Māori Facilitator - Two Roles

Kaihuawaere Ngaio Māori: Māori Facilitator - Two Roles

CORE Education, Multiple Locations

Closing Date : 26 Mar 2019


Kaihuawaere Ngaio Māori: Māori Facilitator - Two Roles

Location:  One in Auckland,  and one in any of the Wellington region, Manawatū or Taranaki regions
Hours:  Full time 37.5 hours per week
Term:  Fixed term till  31 December 2020
Start date: ASAP
Applications close:  5pm, 26 March 2019
Tentative Interview dates:  The week starting from 1 April 2019

CORE Education (CORE) is a forward-thinking, values-driven organisation with a reputation as a high quality provider for services to the education sector. We are proud of the culture we have created in our workplace, and our commitment to Treaty partnerships. Our mission is to push the boundaries of educational possibility.

CORE Education Tātai Aho Rau has two positions available for agile, collaborative people with demonstrated facilitation skills and experience in working in Māori medium kura in the following:

  • Te Marautanga o Aotearoa: Development of marau ā-kura, curriculum design, planning and aromatawai practices
  • Aromatawai capability: Analysis of different kinds of data, supporting kaiako to collate evidence
  • Understanding effective literacy pedagogy and classroom practice
  • Hangarau Matihiko: Strong capability in Hangarau Matihiko (highly desirable)

The successful applicant must be
highly proficient in te reo Māori and articulate in English, in both writing and conversation.  This role will be primarily working in Ministry of Education funded PLD.  Depending on skills and experience other opportunities may also be available.

Other Information:

For more information on the relevant role description and application for appointment form visit

Please send your application to

We will require a covering letter, CV and application for appointment form.
Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.


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