Tutor- Occupational Health and Safety

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    negotiable / month
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    21 hours ago
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The role 

NorthTec invites applications for the role of Tutor- Occupational Health and Safety. This is a permanent full-time (37.5 hours per week) role based in Auckland.

Critical to this role is the ability to connect with our students and to be able to offer understanding and awareness of different life journeys. Understanding the process and difficulties of making life changes is essential. This programme is designed to assist our students with key health and safety work-ready skills. Experience in working with learners within Corrections facilities or with learners who have recently exited from Corrections facilities or demonstrated capability to work with this learner group is essential.

Due to the nature of this role, you will need to be able to satisfy both the Department of Corrections and NorthTec’s stringent police vetting processes.

Skills, Experience, and Attributes:

  • Diploma in Health and Safety Level 5
  • Experience in delivering health and safety programmes
  • Hold an adult teaching qualification or be willing to work towards
  • Outgoing personality and willingness to engage with industry
  • Willingness to greet and acknowledge people in Te Reo Māori and pronounces Māori words correctly
  • Minimum knowledge of āhuatanga Māori- actively supports cultural activities (e.g. formal/informal welcomes, caring for visitors, ceremonies)
  • A positive person with a ‘can-do’ approach
  • Communicate effectively with people at all levels
  • A team player, committed to working cooperatively with others
  • Take pride in developing good customer relationships and committed to customer service
  • Excellent computer skills
  • A full clean Driver Licence
  • Applications must be received by close of business, 19 January 2021.  Applications must include a cover letter that addresses the above requirements as this is the basis on which applications will be shortlisted.