Te Ahorangi, Te Ahoranga Hāpai o te Kaupapa Arareo Māori
The University of Waikato
Te Kura Toi Tangata School of Education
Te Wānanga Toi Tangata Division of Education
E mōhio whānui atu te Wānanga Toi Tangata o Te Whare Wānanga o Waikato ki āna tukanga tirohanga hou ki te mātauranga, te rangahau mātauranga me te whakapūmau ki te whakaniko i te mātauranga mā ngā pekanga mātauranga honohono e toru arā ko ngā pūtoi ako, ko te rangahau me te akoranga ngaiotanga. He huarahi tēnei hei whakauru mai ki tēnei Wānanga auaha hihiko, me te whai wāhi atu anō ki te whakaako, ki te ārahi me te rangahau i te riu o Waikato.
Mai rāanō te ngākaunui o Te Whare Wānanga o Waikato me te Te Kura Toi Tangata ki te Māori. He nui ā mātou tauira kua puta hei kaiarataki whai mana I te mātauranga Māori ki ngā wānanga, whare wānanga, kura, tari kāwanatanga hoki.
E hiahia ana Te Kura Toi Tangata ki te tuku tūranga tūturu Te Ahorangi, Ahorangi Hāpai rānei mō te kaupapa Arareo Māori. He tūnga Kaiārahi Māori hoki ā tōna wā.
Ka tohua mai te kaitono i tōna kaiārahitanga mātauranga me tāna mahi rangahau ā-motu, ā-ao hoki, tae noa atu ki tētahi kaupapa rangahau hihiko ka taea e ia te ārahi ki te Wānanga me Te Whare Wānanga. Me mātua whiwhi tohu kairangi, ā me tō tohu hei kaiako. E pūmau ana Te Whare Wānanga kia puta angitū te ākonga Māori me te ākonga Pasifika. Me mātua matatau ki te reo Māori, tikanga Māori me te Mātauranga Māori, ā, he mea pai hoki te mōhio ki te whakawhanake hapōri Pasifika.
Koia, ka whiwhi i te tūranga, ka whakaako i ētahi o ngā kaupapa o ngā hōtaka a te Kura ki Kirikiriroa, ki Tāuranga hoki, e hāngai ana ki ōna pūkenga. Heoi anō, me āta whakaako i te kotahi, te nui atu rānei o ngā kaupapa marautanga (hei tauira: te Pāngarau, Hangarau, Mahi Toi, Tikanga-ā-iwi, Ngā Reo or, Hangarau Matahiko). Atu i ēnei ka whakaako hoki i ngā pepa o te whakaharatau ngaio o te whakaako, tae noa ki ngā whakamahinga hou o ngā hangarau matihiko. Me āta tohu ngā kaitono i ō rātou pakaritanga marautanga me ngā pakaritanga ngaio. Ka pai tonu mehemea ka taea e te kaitono te arataki ki ngā taumata kairangi/ tohu paerua o ngā tuhinga whakapae, tuhingaroa rānei ka tukua mā te reo Māori.
Ko te whānui o te utu ā-tau o te Ahorangi Hāpai ko te NZ$127,844 ki te NZ$141,161, ko tā te Ahorangi ko te NZ$143,824 runga atu rānei, i runga anō i ōna tohu me ōna wheako.
Tukua ngā pātai mātauranga ki a Professor Don Klinger, Pro Vice-Chancellor o Te Wehenga Mātauranga, nama waea +64 7 838 4281 imēra atu rānei: email@example.com
Rā kati: 29 o Kohi-tātea 2021 (te wā o Aotearoa) Tūranga: 400210
Associate Professor/Professor in Māori Medium Education
Te Kura Toi Tangata School of Education
Division of Education
The University of Waikato’s Division of Education is renowned for innovative approaches to both education and educational research and committed to enhancing education through the three interconnected disciplines of teaching, research and professional learning. This is an opportunity to join this exciting and innovative Division and contribute to teaching, supervision and research in the heart of the Waikato.
Te Whare Wānanga o Waikato The University of Waikato and Te Kura Toi Tangata School of Education has always had a strong affinity with Māori. Many of our graduates are now influential leaders in Māori education working in wānanga, universities, schools and government departments.
Te Kura Toi Tangata School of Education is seeking to appoint a continuing full-time Associate Professor or Professor in Māori Medium. On appointment, the successful candidate may also be considered for the position of Associate Dean Māori for an initial period of five years.
The ideal candidate will demonstrate academic leadership and a sustained record of scholarly achievement nationally and internationally as well as an active research agenda and the ability to lead in academic research across the Division and University. A PhD is required and a recognised teaching qualification preferred. The University is committed to Māori and Pacific learner success. Proficiency in te reo Māori and knowledge and understanding of tikanga and Mātauranga Māori are essential and an understanding of development as it applies to Pasifika communities would be advantageous.
Predominately based in Hamilton, the appointee will teach in a number of courses in the School’s programmes, in their field(s) of expertise and contribute to Māori medium teaching, including at least one curriculum learning area: Pāngarau, Te Reo, Tikanga-ā-iwi, Hangarau, Pūtaiao, Ngā Toi, or Hangarau Matahiko. Applicants should indicate their particular areas of curriculum, professional practice and research strengths. Demonstrated ability to provide a major contribution to the graduate and postgraduate programme including the supervision of Honours, Masters, Te Tohu Paerua and PhD students is also essential.
Current salary range for Associate Professors is NZ$127,844 to $141,161 per year and Professors is $143,824 and above per year, dependent on the qualifications and experience of the successful applicant.
Enquiries of an academic nature should be directed to Professor Don Klinger, Pro Vice-Chancellor of the Division of Education, telephone +64 7 838 4281 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 29 January 2021 (NZ time) Vacancy number: 400210.
For more information and to apply, visit www.jobs.waikato.ac.nz