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Use your skills to make a difference for tamariki, whānau and communities
Join a unique organisation committed to quality early learning with a focus on tamariki and whānau
Health benefits and free on-site parking.
Te Wānanga o Aotearoa is dedicated to providing memorable experiences for tamariki and whānau by offering quality holistic educational opportunities utilising interactive learning. We are looking for a highly motivated, qualified and registered kaiako (educator) to inspire and be part of our friendly, vibrant and dynamic team in Gisborne.
To be successful in your application as a qualified and registered educator you will have:
A diploma or degree in teaching early childhood education (preferred) or diploma in teaching primary
Teaching Council of Aotearoa NZ current practising certificate
Experience working with tamariki in early childhood education or new entrants
Proven ability to plan, implement and evaluate programmes
Effective narrative writing skills for assessment documentation
Excellent relationship management skills
A sound understanding of te reo Māori, tikanga and culture.
This role does involve some lifting, bending and standing for long periods.
This position is classed as a core worker and will need to pass a safety check under the Children’s Act 2014.
Why you should apply:
We are committed to providing high-quality care and education for all tamariki and whānau and the wider community through aroha
We celebrate te reo Māori, uphold it and revere it as a taonga tuku iho
We offer competitive remuneration with automatic progression on your anniversary, health insurance, ongoing professional learning and development, and a wide internal support network.
How to apply
To apply for this position please register and apply on our jobs site: twoa.careercentre.net.nz