Here’s the first job vacancy announcement for the Job Board from my friends at Te Wananga O Aotearoa.
Seems fitting that it’s International Literacy Day. Perhaps you should celebrate by getting a new job.
Did I say that there are 14 positions available? This is exciting work moving forward in the most challenging teaching environment you can find anywhere.
We still have a handful of places available in our professional development course if you need to get the qualification mentioned below.
Feel free to comment. Pasted in below:
Kaiako/Tutor – Literacy & Numeracy Support Services (14 positions)
Fixed term (until 30 June 2018), full time
Ref: 15DIDG487 – Northern, Central and Lower Northern Regions
He karanga tēnei ki te hunga e kai ngākau nui ana ki te kaupapa o Te Wānanga o Aotearoa. Mā te hoe kotahi ka haere kotahi atu
Te Wānanga o Aotearoa is working with the Department of Corrections to provide literacy and numeracy support services (LNSS) throughout NZ correctional facilities within the Northern/Central and the Lower Northern Regions at this stage. We invite applications from passionate, professional and energetic individuals for the Kaiako / Tutor positions.
Reporting to the Regional Manager the primary function of the Kaiako role is to deliver Literacy & Numeracy Support Services (LNSS) within the Prison environment to support Tauira / Learner gain in literacy and numeracy life and vocational skills to enable tauira to pathway into further education.
Key responsibilities include:
- Assessing tauira and interpreting their results using the Literacy and Numeracy for Adults’ Assessment tool (LNAAT);
- Developing teaching materials such as handouts and study materials as required to support learning;
- Developing, implementing, evaluating and reporting on learner progression using Tauira Individual Learning Plans (ILP’s);
- Facilitating learning sessions to increase tauira knowledge, skills and competence;
- Maintaining records of tauira assessment results, attendance registers, progress and feedback.
Qualifications and experience include:
- Holding or working towards The National Certificate in Adult Literacy and Numeracy Education (NCALNE) (Voc) (Level 5) qualification as a minimum;
- NZQA unit standard 4098;
- 2 years’ experience successfully delivering training to at risk or second chance learners is essential;
- The ability to pass a stringent Police check to enable access to corrections facilities and delivering Literacy and Numeracy training in the prison context; and
- The ability to understand and converse in te reo Māori at a basic level and an understanding of Māori values, culture and tikanga would be an advantage.
As the successful candidate you will be required to complete the Department of Corrections on site induction in addition to the Te Wānanga o Aotearoa induction process.
To apply for this position you must complete an application form which you will find on the previous web page along with the position description for this role. Send your application along with an updated CV and a cover letter to –
email@example.com or HR Department, Te Wānanga o Aotearoa, PO Box 151, Te Awamutu 3840 Enquiries to 0800 777 404
Closes 5:00pm, 21 September 2015