all current vacancies within te aka ora
Social Worker In Schools
We are looking for a dynamic, energetic and enthusiastic Social Worker in Schools worker to start in early 2022. We are seeking 2 positions, one to cover Parental Leave with the other being Full Time cover.
We are a diverse Kaupapa Maori organisation working with the Rangatahi and Mokopuna of our community here in Te Tairawhiti.
We provide a flexible working environment and training opportunities, with a supportive and caring working environment.
The applicant will need to be able to cope under pressure, work as a team along with working individually. As the position is working within schools, the successful applicant will need to be fully vaccinated and be able to pass a full childrens safety check. We have preference for someone who is registered to partake in these positions.
Both positions are 40hours per week, with support for schools from both locally in Gisborne and the rural districts of Waikohu, Patutahi, Manutuke and Muriwai and all that are in between.
To find the Job Description click here.
If this sounds like you, make contact with us to for any further information on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications close 31st January 2022 - 4pm
Registered Teacher - ECE/Primary trained
Are you Fun, Loving, have a good attitude and passionate about nurturing tamariki as unique taonga! Then look no more… We are a centre based in Lytton West, under new management and currently seeking a Full-time, qualified and certificated kaiako. We are looking for a teacher who is experienced, passionate and dedicated to working with our tamariki and whānau within a community based centre.
Our privately owned and operated centre supports young whānau and community based whānau within a safe and secure environment. We are an eclectic centre that is passionate about te ao Māori and nurturing te reo Māori, and provide our whānau with a strong sense of tūrangawaewae where they feel valued as rangatira.
Our kaupapa is founded upon wairuatanga, whakapapa and whakapono. We embrace mātauranga Māori and support the unique interests of our tamariki through collaborative learning, aroha and respect. We provide training opportunities to allow for staff and tamariki to grow and learn their localised knowledge within the Maori Culture.
Do you have the following attributes?
Flexibility and the ability to work well in a team
A passion for te ao Māori and te reo Māori, and willing to develop your own learning
A kind, nurturing nature that is friendly and open
Excellent communication and relationship skills
Knowledge of Te Whāriki
Experience with programme planning, learning stories, self-review and documentation
Confidence in communication with parents about their child’s day and other important information and being able to develop strong professional relationships with all parents and whanau
What do we offer?
Paid Registration Fees
Competitive Childcare rates
Ongoing Professional Development
Regular staff meetings
First aid certification
Support with Relocation costs
You need to be available 5 days a week and have some flexibility with hours. However, there is room for this to be a 6 to 8 hour day depending on your requirements. Prior experience would be good but flexible for the right person. You must have NZ Teacher Registration (or working towards registration) and be a NZ resident or hold valid work visa.
As per recent MoE requirements, you must also be fully vaccinated by the 1 st of January 2022.
The position closes at 4pm on 25th January 2021.
All applications need to be sent through to email@example.com
For Job Description can be found here
If you would like to send through your interest in working for Te Aka Ora, please send your CV and Cover Letter through to us at firstname.lastname@example.org