The Early Childhood Education and Care Team at UCOL Ltd has an exciting opportunity available for either part time or full time Early Childhood Education and Care Lecturers on a fixed term basis (initially for one year) who will be delivering the Level 4 Early Childhood Education and Care programme to the in-work and home-based sector.
The programme is delivered via a blended delivery approach using both face-to-face teaching and online classes. Teaching will be conducted in the evenings and on Saturdays (approx. every third Saturday per cohort). There will be the requirement to travel to support delivery of the programme.
As a member of UCOL Ltd's Early Childhood Team you will have the ability to inspire others to pursue and achieve their dreams by offering them quality teaching, mentoring and motivation. You will engage, support and motivate the students to achieve their qualification, the first step to achieving their dream.
This position requires you to be hands on, facilitating one on one learning, mentoring and motivating students, leading workshops and working with students individually, so your well-tuned rapport building and communication skills will be required.
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The Universal College of Learning Ltd is a government-funded Institute of Technology, with four campuses in Manawatu, Whanganui, Horowhenua and the Wairarapa. We will be working with our Te Pūkenga subsidiary polytechnics across New Zealand to support the delivery of this programme.
UCOL meets the needs of local communities and industry by providing tertiary level training to over 6,000 students each year through a wide range of programmes from entry level certificates and foundation courses to diplomas, degrees and opportunities in post graduate study.
At UCOL we embrace diversity, talent and performance, and provide our staff with an extensive range of opportunities to develop intellectually, professionally and personally.
Applicants for this position must be currently located in New Zealand due to the border restrictions and should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa and may be required to undergo pre-employment checks; which may include completing New Zealand Police Vetting as part of The Children's Act 2014 and may also include pre-employment drug and alcohol testing in safety sensitive roles. The successful applicant must undergo a criminal convictions check by the Ministry of Justice.
Applications close 12th December 2021