Kaiwhakaako (Lecturer/Senior Lecturer) - Nursing

Updated: 3 months ago
Job Type: FullTime
Deadline: 07 Dec 2023

Flexible working arrangements up to (1.0FTE), permanent position

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Te āhuatunga a te tūrunga 

Are you Tangata whenua and passionate about teaching the next generation of health professionals?

The Nursing Department is committed to the integration of cultural safety into the delivery of our curricula. A kaiwhakaako in the department of nursing will purposefully engage in the co-design and implementation of the undergraduate and post graduate nursing programmes. The department commits to a Te Tiriti curriculum with the successful applicant collaborating to kaupapa Māori and interweaving mātauranga aligned with the competencies of Te Kuinihera Tapuhi o Aotearoa. The kaiwhakaako will contribute to existing mātauranga Māori and be supported to share mahi with other Māori working in this space.

A registered nurse with a masters/doctoral qualification is preferred, we are open to hearing from applicants who have strengths in tikanga, mātauranga, and Te Ao Māori with research or pharmacology knowledge who are interested in working towards an academic career, post-graduate qualifications and research. The successful applicant will be supported by, and contribute to, a network of other tangata whenua kaiwhakaako and a growing tangata whenua leadership team within the School of Clinical Sciences.

The nursing department is open to kōrero regarding flexible working arrangements that may incorporate flexible hours, job-sharing, working remotely and/or study leave.

Ko wai koe

The successful applicant will actively engage in facilitating the delivery of education at both undergraduate and postgraduate level.  To achieve great outcomes in this role, as well as your solid experience, you will also bring:

  • Knowledge of Te Tiriti o Waitangi as a foundation for meeting and exceeding professional competencies.
  • Knowledge of te reo me onā tikanga and/or be willing to deepen your understanding in this space.
  • Connections and relationships to the Mana Whenua of Tāmaki Makaurau or the desire to develop these relationships.
  • Commitment to teach within your expertise, across a range of Nursing health courses.
  • Commitment to build mātauranga and to share this with other Māori in this space, and in Te Ao Whānui.

The successful applicant will:

  • Work with the Head of Nursing to support the success and progression of Māori students.
  • Desire to develop a programme of research.
  • Contributions to ongoing curriculum development.
  • Communicate effectively and show a commitment to a collaborative team environment.
  • Committed to ongoing professional development supported by the AUT staff development programme.

Te Tono

  • The start date is to be negotiated.

Salary Range: $85,000 - $137,000 (appointment level and salary commensurate with skills and experience)

Ref: 87356

Closing Date: 7th December 2023, at 11:55pm 

*Full-time denotes 37.5 hours per week



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