Coordinator – Marking & Assessments (Te Pouhono)

11-06-2024
24SID21
Dependent on experience
Whakatane,Bay of Plenty, New Zealand
Education, Other
Part-time

Company Info

Whakatane,Bay of Plenty, New Zealand

Skills

Job Description

Location - Whakatāne


Tenure - Permanent part time


Reference - 24SID21


Closes - 20 June 2024


 


Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi offers the highest standards of tertiary education from certificate to doctorate levels, including programmes for international scholars of indigenous studies.  Our vision is to promote, grow and sustain Māori language, knowledge, and culture, according to tikanga Māori practice.


This is an exciting time to be part of Māori and Indigenous scholarship, and our success relies on the excellence of our people and our connection to the communities that we serve. We offer a stimulating teaching, research, and professional working environment in one of our three campuses: our main campus in Whakatāne, Tāmaki Makaurau (Auckland) and Te Tai Tokerau (Northland). 


We are looking for a Coordinator with a teaching background, preferably adult teaching and someone who understands evidence-based assessments.  In this role, you will coordinate, and quality assure the marking and assessment evidence of our Te Pouhono students’ work. 


In this role you will work closely with volunteer Mahi Aroha Kaiako, Marae Coordinators, internal Academic Advisors/Regional Monitors and Regional Coordinators to close their programmes once they have completed the delivery of all wananga.  Therefore, building and maintaining positive relationships with, and mentoring Mahi Aroha Kaiako and Marae Coordinators, is an important aspect of this role.   


Our successful applicant will have:   



  • A teaching qualification.

  • Teaching experience and/or relevant teaching and learning support experience. 

  • Experience assessing and marking NZQA standards. 

  • Moderation experience.   

  • A Te Reo Māori or Matauranga Māori diploma qualification.

  • Unit standard 4098

  • Strong administration experience inclusive of experience coordinating people and processes.   

  • A current unrestricted private motor vehicle licence.


Knowledge of Tikanga Māori and the ability to embrace a Māori world view is important along with the ability and skills to read and write to an advanced level in both English and Māori.   


We offer a supportive working environment and welcome candidates from all backgrounds to apply.

Company Info

New Zealand

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