We are looking for a curriculum specialist to join our Education and Innovation Team. Working within a collaborative, inter-professional team approach, you will have every opportunity to use your expertise in promoting and supporting high-quality inclusive practice and your experience in working with adults to bring about change.
This is a wide-reaching role that will enable you to utilise your current strengths in best practice and current theory in early intervention. You will have a strong working knowledge of Te Whāriki 2017 and curriculum implementation, and will enjoy supporting teams to improve outcomes for children through teacher inquiry.
As part of the Education and Innovation Team you will be supported by, and work collaboratively with, your colleagues to strengthen teacher capability and outcomes for children. You will also liaise with both internal and external stakeholders, including the Ministry of Education and support agencies, children and parents/whānau, and other teams within our Queen Street office.
To be considered for this position, you must be a qualified, certificated early childhood teacher. A postgraduate qualification in specialist teaching is desired but not essential.
If this role interests you, and you would love to join a professional team in a friendly, supportive workplace that offers the intrinsic reward of working for a well-respected charitable organisation, apply now.
Please note: we will be processing applications as they come in and may interview before the published closing date.
Auckland Kindergarten Association