Kaitautoko Māori

Updated: 15 days ago
Deadline: 07 Jul 2024

  • College of Humanities and Social Sciences
  • College of Humanities and Social Sciences
  • Auckland / Wellington / Palmerston North

Professional Grade 6 67184 - 95514
College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Term length: fixed-term
Hours of work: full-time

Position Overview

The opportunity | Te Whiwhinga mahi

Kia ora. Kua wātea he tūnga Kaitautoko Māori mō te toenga o te tau 2024. The College of Humanities and Social Sciences are seeking to appoint a full-time fixed term Kaitauko Māori until December 2024. 

This role can be located on any of our three campuses in Otehā, Manawatū or Pōneke.

We are looking for someone with a passion for Māori students achieving success as Māori.  The successful applicant will be responsible for ensuring support is provided to Māori students enrolled in high-priority College courses to maximise successful course completion.  You will therefore be required to work collaboratively with colleagues across the University and Course Coordinators within the College of Humanities and Social Sciences to ensure that all Māori students experience coherence, a positive learning environment, and culturally appropriate academic and pastoral support.

About you | Ko koe tēnei

  • Possess an undergraduate qualification.
  • Demonstrate competency in te reo and tikanga Māori
  • Understand tikanga and kawa of various iwi and hapū
  • Have experience working with Māori learners
  • Experience in tutoring and supporting Ākonga at the undergraduate level
  • Contribute effectively to projects
  • Be a motivated self-starter, driven to achieve goals, versatile, and adaptable.

In addition to a competitive salary, Massey also offers:

  • Discounted membership to our fully equipped recreation centre and gym facilities
  • Staff purchasing privileges and discounts at many commercial and retail businesses across NZ.
  • Access to a wonderful on-Campus crèche /day care facilities for dependents of staff on our Manawatū and Auckland campuses

How to apply | Me pēhea te tono

If you have any general inquiries about any aspect of this role, then please email Associate Professor Pania Te Maro at [email protected] .

If you are passionate about Māori student success, we welcome your application.

To view/download the job description, please click on the file below

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