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About usTe Wananga o Aotearoa (TWoA) is New Zealand'ssecond largest tertiary institution, and we've been providing transformationaleducation opportunities to New Zealanders for over 35 years. Our visionof 'Whanau transformation through education' drives our commitment tobeing at the forefront of tertiary education underpinned by Maori culture andvalues.Ko nga uara (our values) are woven throughout theactions we take to achieve great outcomes for our tauira (students) and kaimahi(employees):Te Aroha: Having regard for one another and those for whom we are responsible andto whom we are accountable.Te Whakapono: The basis of our beliefs and the confidencethat what we are doing is right.Nga Ture: The knowledge that our actions are morally andethically right and that we are acting in an honourable manner.Kotahitanga: Unity amongst iwi and other ethnicities;standing as one.Aboutthe roleWeare currently seeking a passionate Teacher - Early Learning Centreto join us at our Apakura Te Kakano... Puna Reo, on a permanent full-time (40 hours per week) basis based in Te Awamutu.Ourcommitment is to create lasting and enriching experiences for Tamariki andwhanau by providing exceptional holistic educational opportunities throughengaging interactive learning. As an Early Learning Teacher, you will create asafe, culturally enriched learning environment for our tamariki. Your role includesdelivering marau Maori aligned with Te Whariki, documenting tamariki progress,and collaborating with kaimahi and whanau to achieve positive outcomes, whilesupporting our strategic direction. Your impact is diverse and vital tohigh-quality education.AboutyouTo be successful for this role, you will have thefollowing: Qualification in Teaching for EarlyChildhood Education or Primary – Level 7A current Practicing Certificate issuedby the Teaching Council of Aotearoa New Zealand. Proven experience working withtamariki. A sound understanding of Maori culture,values, tikanga and te reo. A full NZ Drivers License. This role as classes as a Core Workerand you will need to pass a safety check under the Childrens Act 2014. The role does require some lifting,bending and standing for long periods of time. Asa kaupapa Maori organisation, your willingness to participate in culturalactivities and develop an understanding of Ahuatanga Maori (values, culture andtikanga) is desirable.Ifwe've outlined a role that matches your skills and capabilities and a workenvironment that appeals, apply today! We look forward to meeting you.A position description can be downloadedbelow. For more information, pleaseemail Position description
Auckland New Zealand


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