Kaihuawaere Ngaio Māori: Facilitator

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Kaihuawaere Ngaio Māori – E rua ngā tūranga

 

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Ngā Kōrero e pā ana ki te Umanga

He umanga whakaaro anamata a Tātai Aho Rau e kōkirihia ana e ōna uara, ā, e kitea ana hei ratonga o te kounga kairangi nā āna mahi e hapahapai ana i te rāngai mātauranga. He manawa whakahī tō mātou ki te ahurea i whakatōngia ai ki tō mātou wāhi mahi, ā, ki tō mātou ngākau nui hoki ki te whakahōnore i Te Tiriti o Waitangi. Ko tā mātou tirohanga, kia tōkeke, kia puāwai hoki a Aotearoa mā te ako. Ka whakatutukihia e mātou taua tirohanga mā te aro atu ki tā mātou whakatakanga, arā, kia huarewa ngā hapori mā te toro atu ki tua rā anō o ngā pae tata o te mātauranga.

 

Ngā Kōrero e pā ana ki te Tūranga

He āheinga nui tēnei mō ētahi tāngata tākare, ētahi pou whakawhirinaki hoki ki te whakapiri mai ki tō mātou tīma. E rua ngā tūranga e wātea ana ki ngā kopounga kua whakatinana kē i ngā pūkenga me te tautōhito ki te huawaere i roto i ngā hapori ako arareo Māori, me ngā hapori ako arareo Pākehā. Ko te tūranga mahi ki te Tai Tonga, mō ngā arareo e rua, ā, ko te nuinga o ngā mahi a te kopounga i te Tai Rāwhiti ka hāngai ki te arareo Māori. 

E toro atu ana ngā haepapa matua ki te:

  • Mahi mā te hinengaro raka, mā te mahi ngātahi hoki
  • Waihanga ngātahi me te whakapuaki ngātahi i ngā rongoā ako ngaio e hāngai pū ana ki ngā hiahia o te hunga, ā, e aro atu ana ki anamata
  • Paihere i ngā hononga pūmau ki ngā hapori ako, ngā kura, ngā whānau, ngā hapū, ngā iwi, me ngā hapori whānui, ā, ki waenganui anō hoki i a rātou katoa 
  • Whakapakari i te ārahitanga me te kounga o ngā whakaritenga pūtoi ako e aro nui ai ki te horopaki me te marau ā-kura 
  • Whakamana i ngā hapori ako ki te āta wewete i te tikanga whakaaro nei, ‘kia eke angitu te Māori hei Māori’ me te whai pānga o tēnei ki ō rātou whānau, ō rātou hapū, ō rātou iwi, me ō rātou hapori 
  • Whakamana i te pūtoi ako kaupapa Māori, me te whai wāhi atu ki te whakapakari tonu i ngā momo kōkiritanga kaupapa Māori e ahu mai ana i ngā whakaaturanga
  • Whakapakari i ngā aromatawai e whai hua ana ki ngā akoranga me ngā whakaritenga whai pānga 
  • Noho pūmau ki Te Tiriti o Waitangi me te mahi patui 
  • Noho pūmau ki te whakatauira haere i ngā mātāpono me ngā uara o Tātai Aho Rau -  pērā i te manaakitanga, te whanaungatanga, te wairuatanga, me te kaitiakitanga

Ngā Pūkenga me ngā Wheako e hiahiatia ana:

  • Me matua mōhio me pēhea te aro nui ki te hā o te ahurea i roto i ngā mahi. Ka mahi te kopounga mā te whai i te angamahi a te umanga –Tātai Aho Rau.

Te Tai Rāwhiti – Ko te nuinga o ngā mahi ka hāngai ki te arareo Māori, engari tērā anō ētahi mahi huawaere e whai wāhi atu ana ki ngā arareo e rua

Te Tai Tonga – Ngā arareo e rua

  Ko ngā mātāpono me ngā tikanga whakaaro o Te Aho Matua me Ngā Kura ā-Iwi, tae atu hoki/rānei ki Te Marautanga o Aotearoa me te NZC

  Ko te marau ā-kura, te waihanga marau, te whakamahere, me ngā whakaritenga aromatawai

  Ko te whakatinana i ngā pūtoi ako e whai hua ana ki ngā horopaki ako arareo Māori

  Ko te toro atu ki ngā horopaki ako Māori o ngā hapū, ngā iwi me te hunga noho tāone, mā ōna mātau ā-wheako, mā te whai wāhi nui anō hoki 

  He tino mātau ki te kōrero me te tuhituhi i te reo Māori me te reo Pākehā 

  Ko te NZC me Te Marautanga o Aotearoa, me te mōhio hoki ki ngā mātāpono o Te Aho Matua me Ngā Kura ā-Iwi

  Ko te waihanga i te marau ā-kura

  Ko te tāutu i te rītaha rehu me te whakapakari ake i ngā pūmanawa ahurea ki te taha o te tangongitanga o ngā hapori ako 

  He painga o roto i te mōhio ki te whakamahi i ngā momo hangarau matihiko

  Ko te toro atu ki ngā horopaki ako Māori o ngā hapū, ngā iwi me te hunga noho tāone, mā ōna mātau ā-wheako, mā te whai wāhi nui anō hoki 

  He mātau ki te kōrero me te tuhi i te reo Māori me te reo Pākehā

  

Me pēhea te tono                                    

Tēnā koa, tukuna tō tono ki: marie.sutton@core-ed.ac.nz

Mō te Tuhinga Tūranga Mahi me te Puka Tono mō te Tūranga, whakapā atu ki te hononga e whai ake nei: 

Role Description

Application for Appointment Form

Me mātua tuku mai ki a mātou te reta whakakapi, tō tātai pūmanawa, me te puka tono hoki mō te tūranga.

Me noho kirirarau, me noho kōkota mahi rānei te kaitono ki Aotearoa nei.



Vacancy: Kaihuawaere Ngaio Māori: Facilitator - Two Positions

Location: Te Tai Rāwhiti and Te Tai Tonga, with a willingness to travel
Hours: Full Time, 37.5 hours per week
Term: Fixed Term till 31 December 2021
Start Date: ASAP
Applications Close: 5pm, 17th August 2020
Tentative Interview Dates: The week starting from 17th August 2020

 

About the Company

CORE Education (CORE) is a forward-thinking, values-driven organisation with a reputation as a high quality provider for services to the education sector. We are proud of the culture we have created in our workplace, and our commitment to honouring Te Tiriti o Waitangi. We have a vision for an equitable and thriving Aoteroa through learning. We intend to achieve this through our mission: transforming communities by pushing the boundaries of education.

 

About the Role

This is a great opportunity for enthusiastic, reliable individuals to join our team. We have two positions available for candidates with demonstrated facilitation skills and experience in working in both Māori medium and English medium learning communities. Our Tai Tonga role is dual medium, and the Tai Rāwhiti role is predominantly Māori Medium. 

Some key areas of responsibility will include:

  • Working in an agile and collaborative manner 
  • Co-constructing and delivering tailored, future focused professional learning solutions
  • Developing sustainable relationships with and between learning communities/kura, whānau, hapū/iwi, hapori
  • Building leadership and quality pedagogical practice responsive to the local context/curriculum
  • Empowering learning communities to unpack what “Māori achieving success as Māori”means to their whānau, hapū/iwi and hapori
  • Validating kaupapa Māori pedagogy and contributes to building Māori evidence based innovations
  • Building effective aromatawai for learning and related practices
  • Commitment to Te Tiriti o Waitangi and working in partnership
  • Commitment to modelling principles of Tātai Aho Rau and CORE’s values - manaakitanga, whānaungatanga, wairuatanga and kaitiakitanga 

Skills and Experience required:

  • The ability to work in a culturally responsive manner is a requirement. The successful applicant will work within the company’s framework –Tātai Aho Rau.

Te Tai Rāwhiti - Predominantly Māori Medium, but will include aspects of dual medium facilitation 

Te Tai Tonga - Dual medium 

  • Te Aho Matua, Ngā Kura ā-Iwi philosophies and/or Te Marautanga o Aotearoa and NZC

  • Marau ā-kura, curriculum design, planning and aromatawai practices 

  • Implementing effective pedagogy in Māori medium learning settings

  • Employs a lived and working experience in hapū/iwi/urban Māori learning contexts

  • High level of competence in oral and written Māori as well as English

  • NZC/TMoA and a knowledge of Te Aho Matua, Ngā Kura ā-Iwi philosophies

  • Local Curriculum design

  • Identifying unconscious bias and building cultural capability alongside different  learning communities

  • A working knowledge of digital technologies is desirable

  • Employs a lived and working experience in hapū/iwi/urban Māori learning contexts

  • Competence in oral and written Māori and English 

How to Apply

Please send your application to: marie.sutton@core-ed.ac.nz

For the Role Description and Application for Appointment form please go to the following link:

Role Description

Application for Appointment Form

We will require a covering letter, CV and application for appointment form.

Applicants for this position should have New Zealand residency or a valid New Zealand work visa.