Team Leader, 2PMU, permanent, full-time.
We are looking for a dynamic, innovative Team Leader skilled in communication, building relationships and motivating others. The position will involve leading a multi year level team, where strengths and interests are fostered not only in our students but also in our teachers. We are a well resourced school with big ideas! A sense of humour and willingness to learn are essential attributes for this position. If you are keen to join a collaborative, hard-working but fun-loving team please apply. Position to commence at the beginning of Term 1, 2020. This position suits both experienced and aspiring leaders.
Applications close 4pm, Friday 20th September.
Please forward your CV and a covering letter outlining your particular strengths to the Principal, Corner of Lytton and Monmouth Sts, Feilding or email email@example.com
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We are seeking passionate teachers who are keen to thrive in a collaborative team environment. The ability to build strong relationships with both our learners and community, as well as a sense of humour are essential personal attributes.
Positions commence at the start of the 2020 school year.
Our school prides itself on successfully developing young students through the creation of an environment that lets them explore their passions, develop agency, and empower them with their learning.
If you have the creativity, enthusiasm, and desire to learn along with your students then this is the job for you.
This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a new initiative within our progressive, collaborative and vibrant Feilding Kāhui Ako.
Feilding Kāhui Ako is seeking 8 fully released learning support coordinators to work collegially within our region. These positions will commence at the start of 2020. The successful candidates will be experienced teachers who are passionate about making a difference for students. The positions will be based in the urban schools within the Feilding Kāhui Ako, but will also coordinate across the wider region.
The successful applicants will be able to:
Demonstrate an ability to form positive, outcome-based relationships with students/whānau
Demonstrate successful experience in working with and including students with learning support needs in the classroom
A sound knowledge, commitment to, and understanding of the learning support system
The ability to engage at a school and cluster leadership level in an influential way
Understanding and knowledge of te ao Māori
Meet professional and certification standards relevant to their current position.
Additional identified skills, experience, strengths and/or an affinity with teaching and learning in the following areas is advantageous but not essential – the rural sector; Māori medium setting; secondary school sector; or with gifted and talented children.
LSCs will work to build the learning support capability of kaiako/teachers, and to help identify and plan for the learning support needs of all of the children and young people in our Kāhui Ako. This is a coordinating role but requires the incumbent to be an experienced teacher in order to know how to engage with kaiako/teachers to support the development of their practice in working with children and young people with a range of learning support needs.