ASM - Adult Community Education Coordinator

Updated: 20 days ago
Job Type: PartTime
Deadline: 29 May 2024

Mō Tēnei Tūranga Mahi | About the Role

This position for a 0.6FTE Academic Staff Member (ASM) Adult Community Education (ACE) Coordinator within Te Kura Māori involves the coordination of our ACE programmes. As an ACE Coordinator you will be required to work with community groups towards successfully completing their own ACE programmes; to ensure TEC requirements for ACE programme delivery are met; to meet record keeping and administrational requirements, and to actively participate in Te Kura Māori and faculty environment.

The appointing salary for this role will be between $76,734 and $78,316 pro rata, dependent on skills and experience.

The ACE Coordinator is based in Toi Ohomai | Te Pūkenga reporting to the Academic Leader and will be responsible for: 

  • Ensuring      successful delivery and completion of across our suite of ACE programmes known      as Te Kura Māori Wānanga.
  • Providing      support to community groups with documentation such as enrolments
  • Support      community groups with the development of programme plans and the      preparation and compilation of final reporting
  • Visiting      community groups during their programme deliveries

He kōrero mōu| About you

To be successful in this role you will have:

  • Relevant      tertiary qualification in Mātauranga Māori or equivalent experience
  • Adult      Teaching qualification (preferred)
  • Current      and clean driver’s license
  • Importantly      you will be able to demonstrate strong alignment and commitment to our Toi      Ohomai Values.

As an inclusive and supportive employer, we value diversity and want to encourage anyone interested to apply, regardless of whether you tick all the boxes or not.

We know that people from underrepresented groups and women in particular don't apply for roles if they're not a 100% match, but we're not looking for perfection, we're looking for potential.  

We want to see the real you in your application, and welcome the real you on board if you come and work with us. Skills are gained across many areas of life, not just in formal employment. If you can demonstrate the skills listed in the ad, but the experience was gained through whānau life, community or mahi aroha (volunteering) we encourage you to apply and share your story with us in your Cover Letter.


Mō Mātou | About us

Toi Ohomai a business division of Te Pūkenga, is a vibrant and progressive tertiary institute with regional campus locations in Toi Ohomai Windermere (Tauranga), Toi Ohomai Mokoia (Rotorua).

Toi Ohomai | Te Pūkenga is committed to giving effect to Te Tiriti o Waitangi and delivering services in a manner that responds to the needs of Māori learners and their whānau, as well as the aspirations of iwi and Māori communities throughout our region (including Māori employers). To deliver effectively on this commitment, we recognise the need for a culturally competent and confident workforce vertically and horizontally across our organisation.


Me pēhea te tono | How to apply 

As a responsible employer and education provider, Toi Ohomai | Te Pūkenga is committed to the protection of children and vulnerable persons and applies relevant policy and practice to meet this commitment. Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa and will be required to undergo pre-employment checks; Successful candidates will be required to undergo relevant vetting and employment checks.

If this exciting and rewarding role sounds like your next career move then we encourage you to apply.  

We will be assessing applications as they come in and this role will be closed earlier if we receive a suitable candidate.

This position has been identified as a potential redeployment for kaimahi who have had their position impacted by the National Office review process. Therefore, in assessing applications, affected kaimahi will be given preference and priority.



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