Lecturer/Student Nurse Educator, Bachelor of Health Sciences Māori Nursing
Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi
Are you a registered nurse with broad general clinical experience and specific clinical experience in hospital (DHB) settings including medical/surgical, and ICU experience, and/or health science experience including (but not limited to) teaching health assessment, sciences for nursing, communication skills, and preparing students for state finals?
We are looking for two part time Lecturer/Student Nurse Educators.
If you have a passion for educating the next generation of nurses based on great clinical experiences entrenched with Māori values?
Department: School of Undergraduate Studies
Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi is a vibrant and exciting tertiary education institution, which offers a range of programmes from certificates to doctorates, across a range of disciplines.
We are looking for two part-time experienced clinical nurse(s) to support the Bachelor of Health Sciences Māori Nursing programme (Te Ōhanga Mataora). One role is for 18.75 hours per week (0.5 FTE) and the other for 22.5 hours per week (0.6 FTE).
These roles include providing clinical support for students in practicum placement settings in hospitals, delivering the practicum components of the programme, as well as leading the delivery of the community health or health science components of the programme including health assessments, science for nursing, communication skills, as well as supporting students to prepare for state finals.
If you are a registered nurse with broad general clinical experience and specific clinical experience in hospital (DHB) settings including medical/surgical, and ICU experience, and/or community health or health science experience, you may be just what we are looking for.
To apply you must be a NZ Registered Nurse and hold a current NCNZ practicing certificate.
You will also have:
- A minimum of a Masters’ qualification OR a Bachelor of Nursing qualification and a relevant post-graduate qualification along with a willingness to study toward a Masters’ qualification.
- A teaching qualification, preferable adult teaching and tertiary teaching experience (teaching papers at degree level)
- Experience in monitoring, assessing and delivery of nurse practicum/nurse practice papers.
- A minimum of three years’ full-time clinical experience as a registered nurse.
- Clinical experience relevant to hospital settings e.g. medical, surgical, ICU, and/or community and health sciences experience including (but not limited to) teaching health assessment, science for nursing and communication skills.
- Experience in the nursing/health sector as a nurse educator/teacher.
Knowledge of Tikanga Māori and its application in both education and health settings and the ability to kōrero Te Reo Māori to at least intermediate level/or willingness to improve Te Reo Maori beyond basic.
We offer a supportive working environment in which ongoing professional development and research contribution is highly valued and encouraged.
To apply for this vacancy click https://www.wananga.ac.nz/about/job-vacancies/