Te Hiringa head of teaching and learning
Are you looking for a new challenge? We seek a passionate, dynamic and experienced teacher to lead our alternative education team to work with ‘at risk’ young people.
Our successful applicant will have excellent pedagogical curriculum knowledge, be solution-focused and have a passion to work creatively and effectively with disadvantaged learners.
You will be expected to work in a programme that is committed to working holistically with young people, is collaborative and is responsive to the needs of our community.
This role is to support the management of the Te Hiringa Alternative Education Programme to provide positive alternative education that encourages skills in literacy and numeracy, group participation, self-esteem and a healthy lifestyle to young people accessing this service.
Providing a safe learning environment which supports and empowers rangatahi to make lifestyle changes that will promote wellbeing and sound decision making for a positive future, and to involve the community to enhance the individual, whānau, cultural and spiritual development of young people.
You will be part of a dynamic team that consists of youth workers, and social services support staff that assist within the facilitation of a wide range of programming for this group of learners. We are a highly experienced provider of alternative education provision with an 'onsite' support team to ensure the learning is optimal.
For further information including an application form and a position description for the role, contact Peter.
How to apply
A completed application form, CV and cover letter are the only accepted form of application for this role. Please send your CV and direct enquiries to:
Peter Butler, Executive Manager
Box 2074, Palmerston North
(06) 355 5143
Vacancy reference #:1H9hPD