Paraparaumu College serves a community with a deep vibrant Māori history and presence. They are committed to helping connect students with the beauty and power of te reo Māori me ona tikanga and to support increased knowledge of and involvement in te ao Māori.
You will lead teaching and learning in the Māori department by embracing and developing innovative programmes which ensure that equitable, positive outcomes are fostered and delivered to all learners. With an emphasis on promoting a student potential approach, which honours Paraparaumu College’s culture of high expectations, inclusion and excellence for all students, you will lead and support learning practices that are committed to collaboration and reflective teaching practice. This is a wonderful opportunity to further strengthen educational quality and student experiences as well as build on the important relationships the College has with manawhenua in the rohe. Your role will include management units 2MU and 1MMA.
You will be an experienced teaching practitioner with a reputation for supporting students and colleagues in their endeavours to embrace Māori curricula. Building trusting relationships with manawhenua, hapu and iwi will be second nature to you. As a natural leader, you will know how to support others so that they thrive.
This role represents a significant opportunity to join a caring community of great learners at a time of positivity, optimism and anticipation.
APPLICATIONS CLOSE: Sunday, 9 August 2020
APPLY OR VIEW THE POSITION DESCRIPTION: www.jacksonstone.co.nz
FURTHER ENQUIRIES: Russell Spratt on 04 550 8000
Tumuaki Tari Māori
- Me tautoko me whakatenatena hoki te rangatahi.
- Me whakapiri atu ki tō tātou hapori.
He kura tuarua te Kāreti o Paraparaumu ka noho hei kaiāwhina mō tōna hapori, me te hōhonutanga o ngā paiaka Māori i te rohe. E ū ana rātou ki te honohono i ngā ākonga ki te ātaahua, me te mana o te reo Māori me ōna tikanga, hei tautoko i te mōhiotanga me te whāinga wāhi o te ao Māori.
Ka riro māu e arataki te whakaakoranga me te akoranga i te tari Māori mā te awhi me te whakawhanake i ngā hōtaka auaha, kia noho ai he hua ōrite, takatika hoki, kia horaina hoki aua hōtaka ki ngā ākonga katoa. Ka whakamau tonu te titiro ki te pitomata o te ākonga i roto in ngā mahi katoa. He huarahi tēnei ka whakatairanga i ngā tūmanako tiketike, te haonga i te katoa me te hiranga mō te katoa i te Kāreti o Paraparaumu, ā, ka riro māu e arataki e tautoko i ngā tikanga ako ka ū ki ngā ara pāhekoheko, huritao mārire hoki. He tino whāinga wāhi tēnei ki te whakapakari kounga mātauranga, wheako ākonga, me te whakawhānui i ngā hononga hira o te Kāreti ki te manawhenua o te rohe.
He kaiwhakaako tautōhito koe, he mōhio ki te tautoko i ngā ākonga me ō rātou hoa i roto i tō rātou whai kia awhi i te marautanga Māori. He mea nui ki a koe kia whakapūmautia aua hononga whakahirihiri ki te manawawhenua, ki ōna hapū, me ōna iwi hoki. Hei kaihautū tūturu koe, ā, he tautoko koe i te tangata kē kia puāwai.
He whāinga wāhi hira tēnei kia tūhono ki tētahi hapori ākonga atawhai, i tēnei wā o te takatika, o te tūmanako nui, me te tāringa i runga i te hari.
KA KATI NGĀ TONO: Ra Tapu 9 Hereturikōkā/Ākuhata 2020
TONO MAI, TIRO MAI RĀNEI KI TE WHAKAMĀRAMA MŌ TE TŪRANGA: www.jacksonstone.co.nz
MŌ ĒTAHI ATU PĀTAI: Russell Spratt i 04 550 8000