Want to join a passionate team? Are you committed to supporting adult learners to achieve their aspirations? After a job that makes a difference in people’s lives?
MIT is at the forefront of changing lives with vocational education, with a strong vision of getting people into great jobs and/or supporting them as in-work learners. We are looking for a Lecturer, Bachelor of Education (Primary, Pacific) with a real passion for adult education to join our team. This role will continue the development of a visionary new programme based on school based initial teacher education to graduate qualified teachers who can support bilingual and mainstream learning. Working closely with partner schools and other invested parties to deliver a programme to be taught from 2021 (pending approval)
We offer level 5, 6 and 7 programmes aimed at Tertiary Teaching, Literacy and Numeracy, eLearning and Activity Based Learning and more exciting developments.
What will I be doing?
Support and continue the development work on a Bachelor or Education Initial Teacher Education programme to meet NZQA and the Teaching Council of Aotearoa requirements
Developing teaching content, resources & assessment within the programme to facilitate high learner engagement in a blended environment
Maintain currency of practice through active research, professional development and/or further study
Engaging and connecting with our external and internal stakeholders
What are we looking for?
A minimum of a Master’s degree relevant in Education – eg MEd, MEdLd, MEdPrac, MTch
Current Full New Zealand Drivers Licence
Current Full Certification with the Teaching Council of Aotearoa New Zealand
Minimum 5 years of experience in working with young people in school/s catering to learners across years 0-8 and their families in senior school leadership role/s (or alike)
Ability to speak a Pacific language and experience in teaching and leading immersion and/or bilingual classrooms
Wide network of Pacific cultural contacts within and outside of Education (Primary and Intermediate Schools)
Experience working with adult learners would be advantageous
In return you get to be part of a diverse team of passionate people whose mission is to transform lives, communities and industry. You can also expect a competitive salary, an inspiring work culture and even the opportunity to continue your own learning journey.
If this sounds like the role for you, we’d love to hear from you. Please register your interest today and we will be in touch soon.
“Kua herea matou ki te whai i te tuturutanga o Te Tiriti O Waitangi.” We are committed to creating and maintaining a culturally sensitive work environment in relation to Te Tiriti o Waitangi.
For this role, pre-employment checks will be conducted in accordance with the Vulnerable Childrens Act.
How to Apply
Job Reference: 26836Applications close: 5th March2020For a copy of the job description or to apply please visit http://careers.manukau.ac.nz If you would like further information please contact Alison Redfern- Daly, Talent Acquisition Specialist, People and Culture (09) 968 8759