Health and Counselling Lecturer

MIT

Permanent Part-time opportunity: 20.4 Hours a week

 

E pā ana ki te tūranga – Tuanga tatara i te angaanga – About the role

The School of Health & Counselling is seeking a highly motivated, creative individual who has experience working in the public health sector and diverse cultural environment. The successful applicant will need to have profound knowledge and understanding of advancement of Mātauranga Māori, Te Tiriti o Waitangi, and Application of Ako and Pasifika Bodies of Knowledge.  Teaching across programs will be required from time to time.

The ability to lead and work as part of a team is essential as is excellent communication, time management and organizational skills.  Patience, flexibility and the ability to enjoy working with people from diverse cultures and background in both the classroom and practice setting are required.

Practicum supervision of students will require travel in the wider Auckland area so a current full NZ Driver’s License will be essential

A Tertiary Teaching Qualification at Level 5 or NCALE (vocational) is preferred.

 

Mōu te take – E uiga ia te oe – About you:

The successful applicant will be passionate about tertiary education, highly motivated and able to positively relate with diverse groups of people.  We require a dynamic, performance driven and experienced individual to join our busy team.

 

E pā ana ki te tūranga – Tuanga tatara i te angaanga – About the role:

Key responsibilities include :

  • collaborate with the teaching team in delivering Te Tiriti based papers
  • Planning and delivering courses using effective teaching methods and materials appropriate to the students and alignment with our program document.
  • Ensuring all assessments, marking, feedback, moderation, and reassessment are completed as per programme document and MIT policies and guidelines.
  • Facilitating interactive teaching sessions both in class and online
  • Provide necessary academic and pastoral support to learners

Skills and experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in related field
  • Graduate diploma in education is preferred
  • Relevant discipline-based practice
  • An adult teaching qualification at level 5 or above
  • Experience in Te Reo and Mātauranga Māori
  • Experience in teaching and/or mentoring adults
  • Experience in working with diverse groups of people
  • Excellent communication, time management and organizational skills
  • Experience in teaching and assessment of students

 

To Apply

Contact: If you would like any further information please contact Shallu Tokas on (09) 976 0221 or use the email form (include Job Number 28047 in the subject line).

Job Reference: 28047

APPLY ONLINE & download the Job Description at MIT Careers

Applications close: 30 Jun 2022 23:55

Please note Applications will be reviewed as they come in andinterviews may commence prior to the close date so don’t delay making an application.

FAQs

Q E pā ana ki Te Whare Takiura o Manukau - Ngaahi me'a fekau'aki mo e Ako'anga Fakatekinikale 'o Manukau - About MIT

We are passionate, we are genuine, we are honest and we care for others in order to nurture their ability to achieve - Manaakitanga - We are Manukau Institute of Technology (MIT). As Auckland's only NZQA Category, MIT recognises the special obligation we have to serve the people, communities and employers of South Auckland and that achieving excellence in tertiary education is critical to both our mission and to the future economic and social prosperity of NZ.

Q Ahurea - Anga fakafonua - Culture:

At MIT you will work with some incredible people who are passionate about the positive impact we make to the communities we serve. We offer a work environment which values genuine people who care for others, are well-connected, open and approachable and strive for excellence in all we do. If you are excited by the role and feel you would fit well into our organisation, we would love to hear from you.

"Kua herea mātou ki te whai i te tūturutanga o Te Tiriti O Waitangi." We are committed to creating and maintaining a culturally sensitive work environment in relation to Te Tiriti o Waitangi.

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