Kaiako (Years 1 To 10 With Learning Support)
Kaiako ? Years 1 to 10 with Learning Support
Based in Wellington
Are you excited about the future of learning?
Do you want to work with the latest technology?
Do you want to be part of a collaborative and innovative culture?
Are you interested in options for working remotely that may be available?
Te Aho o Te Kura Pounamu (Te Kura) is New Zealand\ 's largest school and provides personalised and authentic learning programmes from early childhood to NCEA Level 3, including young adult and adult learners.
We are looking for a creative and innovative Kaiako (teacher) to join our team in Wellington. Please note that while the role is usually based at our Wellington Office, in line with any Government directives or Te Kura policies, in this role you may be required to work remotely.
You will have experience in teaching students across Years 1-10 who are working at curriculum levels 1 and 2, personalising learning programmes to meet the needs of these students and working with external agencies.
We are looking for you to bring your passion for Learning Support to our team. You will be a competent communicator and excellent relationship builder with students, wh?nau and external agencies. You will be expected to support students with ORS and complex needs and work collaboratively with their support teams.
This position would suit teachers with learning support experience in the primary or secondary sectors.
It is an exciting time at Te Kura as we continue to innovate and transform the way we provide distance learning. In our online environment, we work with the latest technologies and are constantly growing in this space.
We are forward thinking and do things a little differently, but that doesn\ 't mean no student contact! You will interact with students at advisories, communicate with them using online tools and guide a group of students as their Learning Advisor. We are committed to seeing you grow with us and development opportunities often crop up within the school.
Interested in authentic learning, you model current pedagogy and are always coming up with new ideas. You are enthusiastic, collaborative, understand the key competencies of the New Zealand curriculum assessment practice and are committed to improving education outcomes for students.
If you have nodded your head whilst reading this and thought ?this is me!\ ' click that apply button, wewant to hear from you!
Listen to Mike Hollings our Chief Executive, talk about the school and check out our 360 Virtual Tours.
For more information, check out the position description, or contact Nicola Anderson, Acting Regional Manager, Central South Region on 027 539 1791.
Applications close at 5pm, Saturday 6 June 2020