The learning support coordinator positions have been established reasonably recently. The Naenae Cluster has been allocated five positions and one has recently become vacant. Our learning support coordinators may be required to work across a range of educational settings from early childhood to secondary.
As a learning support coordinators you would be expected to work independently yet collegially as part of a larger team. It is important that any applicant is self motivated and able to use their initiative to support the best outcomes for our learners.
The ability to build relationships and advocate for our tamariki and whanau is a key element. Building professional relationships with school staff and external providers is also key to the success of this role.
The Naenae Cluster has a high proportion of Māori and Pasifika learners, therefore it would be an advantage for applicants to have experience in working alongside and engagement with whānau.
If you are prepared to go the extra mile to ensure our tamariki get the level of support they require to achieve their potential, then you could be the person we are looking for.