Academic Staff Member | Apprentice Coordinator

Listed 21 days Ago
Te Pūkenga | Toi Ohomai
Automotive Sales and Repair

  The opportunity / Te Whiwhinga mahi 

  • Permanent, Fulltime (37.5 hours per week)
  • Based at our Mokoia Campus, Rotorua
  • Make a lasting impact on our students (ākonga) | apprentices in the field of Automotive 

This position is both stimulating and multi-dimensional as the successful applicant will tutor on our Automotive Engineering Programmes as well as be responsible for coordinating and supporting our apprentices in the Rotorua area.

The key responsibilities for this position include: 

  • Deliver Automotive Engineering programmes
  • Provide leadership in student (ākonga) | apprentice management
  • Develop, plan and implement student (ākonga) | apprentice assessment, courses and resource material
  • Monitor student (ākonga) | apprentice progress and results and provide timely and accurate advice and support as required
  • Complete planning and timetabling for the Programme as well as assisting with recruitment
  • Develop and deliver processes that effectively support our student (ākonga) | apprentices

About you / He kōrero mōu 

 As the ideal applicant you will have proven capability and experience in the following:    

  • Qualified Automotive Engineer
  • Minimum five years post graduate industry experience
  • Adult Teaching Qualification (whilst desirable, professional development will be provided)
  • Passion for educating and supporting the next generation of Automotive Engineers
  • Proven ability to develop and deliver effective partnerships with key stakeholders

Importantly, you will be able to demonstrate strong alignment and commitment to our Toi Ohomai values. 

How to apply / Me pēhea te tuku tono 

If this exciting and rewarding opportunity sounds like your next career move, we encourage you to apply prior to 07 March 2024. To apply please submit your CV and Cover Letter alongside your online application.  All applicants must have current legal right to work in Aotearoa | New Zealand.   

As a responsible employer and education provider, Te Pūkenga - Toi Ohomai 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. 

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