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Kaiako Bachelor of Bicultural Social Work Level 7

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Kaiako Bachelor of Bicultural Social Work Level 7

Kaiako Bachelor of Bicultural Social Work Level 7


Te Wānanga o Aotearoa

Closing Date : 28 Apr 2019

Permanent, Full-time

Mangakōtukutuku Campus-Hamilton 

We are seeking a full time Kaiako to deliver our Bachelor of Bicultural Social Work programme in Hamilton.

The duty of this role is to teach the Bachelor of Bicultural Social Work, involving but not limited to developing lesson plans, presenting material to tauira, responding to tauira learning needs, and evaluating tauira progress. The successful candidate is required to engage in Rangahau and to maintain currency of subject knowledge.

This candidate will required to be appropriately skilled and qualified to teach at TWoA. This entails a combination of being skilled in TWoA indigenous teaching practices and holding appropriate tertiary credentials to meet delivery and sector requirements.

Candidates will have the following qualifications:

  • Master’s degree (L9) in social work or related subject and demonstrate either hold ing or showing equivalence for NZQA standards assessed in this programme
  • New Zealand Certificate in Adult and Tertiary Teaching (L5) or equivalent
  • Either attest equivalence for NZQA standards required to assess and moderate this programme OR hold the NZ Certificate in Assessment Practice (L4)
  • Full and current NZ Driver Licence
  • Clean Police Record

Memberships:

  • Full and current registration with the NZ Social Work Registration Board

Candidates will ideally have the following experience:

  • Proven experience in a related role

Whilst teaching experience is highly valued at TWoA, newly qualified Kaiako with relevant qualifications but with no or limited previous teaching experience will also be considered.

Ahuatanga Māori:

  • Able to demonstrated knowledge and appreciation of te reo and tikanga Māori within a bicultural framework
  • Engages in cultural activities (e.g. Karakia, Pōwhiri/Whakatau) and has a sound understanding of Āhuatanga Māori (values, culture and tikanga)
  • Embraces a Māori world view underpinned by TWoA values of Te Aroha, Te Whakapono, Ngā Ture and Kotahitanga and can actively apply TWoA values in the workplace

If you wish to be involved in this exciting initiative and have a passion for seeing communities succeed in education, then we would like to hear from you.

To apply for this position please register and apply on our jobs site: https://twoa.careercentre.net.nz/   

Enquiries to:

Ngaio Gillies
Kaiarataki Ako
Ngaio.Gillies@twoa.ac.nz 

Applications closes 28 April 2019

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