Full-time, Fixed Term (until 31 Dec 2022)
Faculty of Health, Education & Environment
He reo rāhiri tēnei e karanga atu nei, nau mai ki Te Kura Māori me te Wāhanga Tūāpapa Mātauranga o Te Kuratini o Toi Ohomai, hei pou kaiārahi mō ēnei whare akomanga.
Kei te kimi mātau i tētahi tangata, he kaha ki te whakahoahoa, he mōhio ki te whakarite me te whakahaere kaupapa ako, ā, he mātau ki te whakatutuki whāinga. Ka riro māna e arataki te whakaakoranga me te akoranga i Te Kura Māori mā te awhi me te whakawhanake i ngā hōtaka auaha. Ka tautāwhi hoki ia i ngā pūnaha me ngā tukanga o te kuratini. Ka hāpai, ka whakaū i ngā tikanga Māori ki roto i te kura me te hiki i te mauri o te whakahaere. Me ahua matatau ia ki te reo Māori me ngā tikanga Māori, tau ana te tū i te ao Māori.
Mehemea he tangata kakama koe, he mōhio ki ngā tini putanga kētanga o te ao Māori, e āhei ana koe ki te arataki i tēnei kaupapa.
Toi Ohomai delivers quality vocational education and training to both domestic and international students, across five main campuses in Rotorua, Tauranga, Taupō, Tokoroa and Whakatāne, and 68 delivery sites across the wider Bay of Plenty and South Waikato. Toi Ohomai is now a subsidiary organisation for NZ Institute of Skills & Technology (working name) and part of a transformational change unifying all 16 Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics across Aotearoa; together with other work-based, provider-based and online learning. Collectively we will be NZ’s largest tertiary education provider with national and regional reach enabling learners and employers to move between workplaces and other educational offerings and between locations as their needs change.
The Academic Leader role may be based at our Rotorua or Tauranga campus and will be expected to travel between campuses. The role is both stimulating and multi-dimensional and the successful applicant will be leading our Te Kura Māori (TKM) team and supporting Foundation programmes to ensure we are delivering viable and sustainable tertiary education in the wider Bay of Plenty and South Waikato. The successful applicant will also contribute to the teaching of TKM programmes.
We have an established network of stakeholders, industry partners that support our education and training. Growing these and establishing new partnerships with industry, iwi, hapū, whānau and other stakeholders will be a key part of this exciting new role.
Reporting to the Associate Dean- Te Kura Māori and Foundation, this role will contribute significantly to the future of Te Reo Māori me ōna tikanga in Aotearoa by:
The skills, experience and qualifications required for this role include:
In addition, key to your success in this role will be your demonstrated ability to effectively lead teams of people across regions, communicate and report to team and management, meet all academic processes and regulatory requirements, develop high quality programmes and understand the tertiary learning environment and learner needs.
Importantly you will be able to demonstrate strong alignment and commitment to our Toi Ohomai Values.
As a responsible employer and education provider, Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology is committed to the protection of children and vulnerable persons and applies relevant policy and practice to meet this commitment. Successful candidates will be required to undergo relevant vetting and employment checks.