Academic Staff Member

Toi ohomai institute of technology - Tauranga
new offer (11/07/2020)

job description

Academic Staff Member (ASM) ? Nursing (Mental Health and Addictions)
Full-time, Permanent
Faculty of Health, Education and Environment
Toi Ohomai is one of New Zealand?s largest Polytechnics, with over 1,000 staff delivering contemporary, relevant and high quality education to more than 14,000 students throughout our rohe. Our main campuses are in Rotorua and Tauranga, with regional campuses in Taup?, Tokoroa and Whakat?ne, and 68 delivery sites across the Bay of Plenty and South Waikato. Toi Ohomai combines the best of our heritage and the vision of an institution that is well-connected to its stakeholders and partners in maximising access to education for all learners.
Our rohe?s economy has an extremely diverse and attractive international foundation with strengths in freight and logistics, health and wellness, forestry and tourism to name but a few. In order to assist in capitalising on these assets, Toi Ohomai is seeking a dynamic and progressive professional to coordinate our global initiatives and grow our international profile and reputation.
This 1.0 FTE vacancy is for an Academic Staff Member (ASM) - Nursing, specialising in mental health and addiction, with the Nursing team in the Faculty of Health, Education and Environment. While the position is based in Tauranga, we will consider applications from those willing to travel.
This role involves teaching on our Bachelor of Nursing programme. As an ASM within this team you will be required to teach in the classroom and tutor students;
research, review, and update resources and classroom materials;
set and mark assessments and enter results;
assist with the recruitment and care of students;
and actively participate in the team and school environment.
The key responsibilities for this position include:
Delivery in the Bachelor of Nursing
Providing leadership in student management
Developing, planning and implementing student assessment, courses and resource material
Monitoring student progress and results and providing timely and accurate advice and support as required
Planning and timetabling for the programme as well as assisting with recruitment
The skills, experience and qualifications required for this role include:
Mental Health &
Addictions practice experience
At least three years post-registration in clinical nursing practice
NZ registered Nurse
Master?s Degree, or working towards
Skills and/or qualifications in te reo M?ori and adult teaching would also be highly advantageous.
As a responsible employer and education provider, Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology is committed to the protection of children and vulnerable persons and applies relevant policy and practice to meet this commitment. Successful candidates will be required to undergo relevant vetting and employment checks.

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