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Educator - Permanent Full or Part Time - Central Plateau

We have an exciting opportunity for a full time or part time role (possible job share) for our Central Plateau Trust. This Trust covers the area from Taumarunui through to Tirau.

This is an opportunity to make a genuine difference to children’s health and wellbeing and bring your creativity to an innovative teaching environment. Through our professional development programme you’ll cultivate new skills and you'll be able to maintain your teacher registration as we are accredited by the NZ Teachers Council.

You’ll be joining New Zealand’s leading health education provider held in high regard by schools. The Ministry of Education’s National Monitoring Study of Student Assessment (NMSSA) found 86% of New Zealand’s primary and Intermediate schools choose to use Life Education as their health specialists.

As our local face, your ability to build relationships with schools and understand them as the customer will be key to successfully meeting their needs and to ultimately assist with their children’s learning. You will also have strong organisational skills, enabling you to plan in advance to maximise your teaching time.

So if you're a motivated and talented registered teacher looking to take the next step then we’re very keen to hear from you.

Check out what a typical day looks life as a Life Education Educator. Kapa talks about why she loves her job and what makes it different to classroom teaching here.

View the job description here.

Applications close 23 April, 4pm but we'll be assessing applications as they come in so are keen to hear from you sooner rather than later!

For any questions, please contact Michelle Dow 021 390 991. Please send your CV and cover letter to vacancies@lifeeducation.org.nz.

 

Educator - Permanent Part Time - Kapiti/Horowhenua

We have an exciting opportunity providing a flexible part time teaching role offering great work-life balance in the Kapiti/ Horowhenua area, visiting schools from Opiki to Paekakariki.

As our local permanent part time teacher you’ll be able to plan your teaching days each week, a term in advance and you are not required to work in school’s holidays.

This is an opportunity to make a genuine difference to children’s health and wellbeing and bring your creativity to an innovative teaching environment. Through our professional development programme you’ll cultivate new skills and you'll be able to maintain your teacher registration as we are accredited by the NZ Teachers Council.

You’ll be joining New Zealand’s leading health education provider held in high regard by schools. The Ministry of Education’s National Monitoring Study of Student Assessment (NMSSA) found 86% of New Zealand’s primary and Intermediate schools choose to use Life Education as their health specialists.

As our local face, your ability to build relationships with schools and understand them as the customer will be key to successfully meeting their needs and to ultimately assist with their children’s learning. You will also have strong organisational skills, enabling you to plan in advance to maximise your teaching time.

So if you're a motivated and talented fully registered teacher looking to take the next step offering a flexible work environment then we’re very keen to hear from you.


Check out what a typical day looks life as a Life Education Educator. Kapa talks about why she loves her job and what makes it different to classroom teaching here.

View the full job description here.

Applications close Tuesday 30th March, but we'll be assessing applications as they come in so are keen to hear from you sooner rather than later!

For any questions, please contact Michelle Dow 021 390 991. Please send your CV and cover letter to vacancies@lifeeducation.org.nz.

 

Educator

We’ve made significant strides to ensure we’re at the forefront of education in NZ, and employ motivated, innovative and talented teachers looking to take the next step beyond a classroom and be part of this journey.

Our Educators are qualified teachers, with full registration, able to demonstrate sound knowledge of the NZ Curriculum

As our local face, our Educators need to have the ability to build relationships with local schools and understand them as the customer, which is key to successfully meeting their needs and ultimately assist with their children’s learning. 

We help our Educators to develop their teaching skills, we offer significant ongoing professional development and working with us enables our Educators to retain their teacher registration.

Check out this video in which Kapa talks about why she loves her job and life as an Educator.

 

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