Kaiarotake Matua / Lead Professional Practice Evaluator
Kaiarotake Matua, Haepapa Ngaio
Te Whanganui-ā-Tara. Tūranga Pūmau.
- E ngākaunui ana koe ki te pupuri tonu i ngā paerewa kounga mō ngā Kaiako katoa o Aotearoa?
- E taea rānei ana e koe te whakahaere i tētahi ohu kaiarotake paku e whakarato tohu ana, i roto i tētehi taiao pukumahi?
Ko Matatū Aotearoa he rōpū ngaio e whakakanohi ana i ngā Kaiako, mai i ngā Whare Kōhungahunga, tae noa ki ngā Kura Tuatahi me ngā Kura Tuarua, Māori mai, Pākehā mai. Ko tā mātou mahi he ārahi, he āwhina hoki ki te whakakaha i te anga ā-ture, me te pūnaha whakatika mō ngā mahi whakaako. E whai ana mātou ki te whakanui i te mana o te whakaako, ki te whakakaha i te kawenga haepapa, ā, ki te whakaū i ngā paerewa ikeike o ngā mahi whakaako mō ngā kaiako kātoa
E kimi ana mātou i tētahi tino tangata hei whakakī i tēnei tūranga, ka ārahi i tētahi ohu kaiarotake ngaiotanga paku e whai nei kia tōkeke, kia whakapūioio ngā tūhuranga i ngā nawe me ngā pūrongo e pā ana ki te tautōhito o ngā kaiako. Māu hoki e ārahi ngā mahi hoahoa, whanake, whakatinana hoki i ngā hinonga hei hāpai, hei whakaako hoki i te hunga whaipānga kia mārama ake ai rātou ki te tautōhito o te kaiako.
Tā mātou e whai nei:
E whai ana mātou i tētahi kaiārahi e matatau ana ki ngā ariā whakaako, ko te painga atu mēnā he kōrero Māori, ā, e tau ana te mahi ki roto i ngā Tikanga Māori.
- He tohu whare wānanga e hāngai ana ki tēnei mahi, ā, he tiwhikete kaiako nō Aotearoa e mana tonu ana.
- Kua whai wheako i ngā tūranga whakahaere matua, tūranga kaiārahi hoki pērā i te tātari kaiako me te aromatawai i te tautōhito ngaio o te kaiako.
- E mātau ana ki te hautū ariā whakaako ā mohoa noa nei, waihoki he pūkenga whakaruruhau, whakaako hoki.
- E matatau ana ki te whakawhiti kōrero atu me te hunga whaipānga.
- E kaha ana ki te mahi ki tētahi wāhi kanorau, ki te ū hoki ki Te Tiriti o Waitangi.
Mō te tono:
Tēnā koa tukuna mai tō Tāhuhu Tangata me tō Reta Uhi ki email@example.com
Ka kati ngā tono ā te Rāhina 15 Paenga-whāwhā 2019.
Mō ētahi kōrero anō me tētahi Whakaahua Mahi, tēnā haere ki
Kia mōhio mai, me whai mana koe ki te mahi i Aotearoa nei, ā, e noho ana hoki ki te whenua nei i tēnei wā.
E angitu ai, me hoki rawa mai ngā tirohanga pirihamana me ngā tirohanga tohu.
Lead Professional Practice Evaluator, Professional Responsibility
Wellington Based. Permanent
- Are you passionate about maintaining high standards of teaching for all teachers in New Zealand?
- Can you lead a small team of evaluators providing advice in a high paced environment?
The Teaching Council is a professional body representing teachers from early childhood education through primary and secondary schooling in English and Māori medium schools. We provide leadership and help strengthen the regulatory framework and disciplinary regime for teaching. We aim to boost the status of teaching, strengthening accountability and bringing consistently high standards of teaching across the profession.
We need someone special to pick up this key role, leading a small team of professional practice evaluators to ensure complaints and reports about teacher competence are fairly and robustly investigated. You will also lead the design, development and implementation of initiatives to support and educate stakeholders to increase their understanding of teacher competence.
What we are looking for:
We are looking for a strong pedagogical leader with a preference for someone who is fluent in te reo and who is comfortable working in a Tikanga Māori context.
- Relevant tertiary qualification and current NZ teaching practising certificate.
- Proven experience in senior management and leadership including teacher appraisal and assessment of teachers’ professional competence
- Current pedagogical leadership experience, with proven capability in educative mentoring and coaching
- Excellent communication skills with stakeholders.
- Ability to working effectively in a diverse workplace with strong commitment to the Te Tiriti o Waitangi.
Please send your CV and Cover Letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications close on Monday 15 April 2019.
Please note, you must have a legal right to work in New Zealand and be currently residing in the country.
Successful appointment is conditional upon police vetting and qualification checks.