Student Achievement Function Practitioner

  • Company:
    Education in New Zealand
  • Location:
  • Salary:
    negotiable / month
  • Job type:
    Full-Time
  • Posted:
    4 days ago
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Do you want to make a positive difference to student achievement and kura and schools’ capability?

Senior Opportunity/Change Management Focus

Student Achievement Function Practitioner

Wellington Region

  • Permanent position
  • Based in Lower Hutt
  • Manahau ana katoa te wairua i te Tāhūhū o te Mātauranga i tēnei wā. Kua whakarewangia he āhuatanga, he hurihanga miharo hei tūāpapa mō ngā ākonga o Aotearoa. He huarahi kia tae atu ia ākonga ki tōna ake pito mata, ana, ki ngā taumata tiketike o te mātauranga. Ko tō mātou e wawata ana, a, ko te tirohanga kia tutuki pai ai ngā tamariki me ngā rangatahi katoa ki tō rātou e wawata ai, e moemoeā ai i te mātauranga, i tō rātou ake oranga hoki ka tika. Te take, i ngā tau kei te heke mai, ka puta ko ngā tangata pukumahi, whai oranga, whai mātauranga, whai mana hoki. Anō nei, ka tātāwhāinga rātou i tē ao pāhekeheke nei. Ko te wawata kia whai oranga ngā tangata o Aotearoa i Aotearoa nei, i te ao whānui hoki.

    This is your opportunity to work as part of a multi-disciplinary team in the Ministry of Education. We want to hear from you if you possess a passion for driving and lifting achievement for our children and young people, and:

  • have proven experience and/or the ability to work collaboratively with kura throughout the region to help them better understand, plan and adapt to meet the needs of their students;
  • can work with kura and schools to create urgency and know what bought about improved outcomes so that change can be sustained, replicated and adapted;
  • can support schools to infuse students’ identity, language and culture within their learning environment;
  • have experience working within a project management framework
  • work strategically with kura and schools to significantly improve outcomes for Māori students by supporting kura and schools to work for, and with, Māori students and their whānau, hapū and iwi;
  • have some competency of Te Reo Māori;
  • have experience and ability to work through a project management framework; and
  • ideally you will have a successful leadership background in an education setting.
  • If this opportunity interests you apply now using the ‘Apply Online’ button. You can view a job description above or for further information please contact Des James, 04 463 2845. 

    Applications close on 24 January 2021