Banks Peninsula Early Learning is transitioning to a community owned and operated model. The Centre is purpose-built and well resourced, surrounded by abundant natural resources, and a diverse community which provides ample opportunities to encourage tamariki’s curiosity, learning and development.
Kaiako joining our team have a unique opportunity to help shape the centre’s philosophy, values, culture and curriculum to reflect and serve the community now and in the future.
Kaiako work in an inclusive, collaborative and supportive learning environment where tamariki, whānau and the centre team have a strong sense of belonging and are empowered to contribute and utilise one another’s special strengths, skills and knowledge.
- Be an excellent communicator building genuine relationships with tamariki, their families and whānau and community
- Help design and deliver a curriculum aligned to Te Whāriki and demonstrate commitment to te reo Māori me ona tikanga, te tiriti o Waitangi and te ao Māori
- Support the planning, implementation, evaluation and sharing of a learning programme that is responsive to the strengths and interests of all tamariki.
- Be a curious “can-do” teacher who is open and willing to grow and develop through critical reflection, inquiry and problem solving
- Hold an ECE qualification, a current certification, and a current first aid certificate (for certificated teacher roles).
Our kaiako are valued for the critical role they play in learning and wellbeing outcomes. As a new entity, there is flex in our team structure and we welcome you to outline your preferred hours of work, your professional development and career aspirations in your application.
We are also seeking a transition manager see listing Ref# 1HAQmH.
Interviews will be held the week of the 15th of November.
How to apply
Vacancy reference #:1HAQkq
Banks Peninsula Early Learning
ECE centre details
11 Duvauchelle School Lane, Duvauchelle, Banks Peninsula