Academic Staff Member - Nursing

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Toi Ohomai
Healthcare

Academic Staff Member/ Te Wāhanga Akoranga o te Hauora ā Toi (Dedicated Education Unit) Coordinator Nursing

Permanent, Part-time (0.5FTE)

Tauranga or Rotorua

Academic Staff Member - Nursing

Permanent, Full-time (1.0FTE)

Rotorua

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 Bay of Plenty and South Waikato. Toi Ohomai is now a subsidiary organisation for Te Pūkenga, 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.

We are recruiting for a 0.5FTE Academic Staff Member/Dedicated Education Unit (DEU) Coordinator which will be based at the Tauranga campus with some travel to Rotorua and a 1.0FTE Academic Staff Member - Nursing based in Rotorua. These roles are both stimulating and multi-dimensional and the successful applicants will be an integral part of delivering our bicultural Bachelor of Nursing programme. 

Reporting to the Academic Leader Nursing, these role will contribute significantly to developing high quality nurses by working with our clinical partners to establish & maintain Toi Ohomai’s commitment to the Te Wāhanga Akoranga o te Hauora ā Toi (Lakes & BOP DHB DEUs) through providing leadership, facilitating teaching and learning and providing support to student nurses and staff in the DEU while students are on their professional practice placements. 

Key to your success in this role will be your demonstrated ability to:

  • Develop and deliver effective partnerships with key stakeholders
  • Use a learner-centred approach to facilitate students’ learning
  • Develop and facilitate clinical learning / teaching that links theory to practice
  • Develop and maintain online teaching and learning courses

You will have:

  • In depth experience in the nursing/healthcare industry
  • Commitment to Te Tiriti o Waitangi
  • A current NCNZ Annual Practising Certificate
  • A relevant postgraduate qualification
  • A minimum of 3 years post registration experience

Importantly you will be able to demonstrate strong alignment and commitment to our Toi Ohomai Values. Skills and/or qualifications in te reo Māori and adult teaching would also be highly advantageous. 

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.

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