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Lecturer 0.3 FTE

Dunedin City - Otago

Lecturer 0.3 FTE

We are seeking a 0.3 FTE lecturer to teach the disability specialty and organise student placement visits for level six students in the Bachelor of Social Services.

The successful applicant will understand the significance of Te Tiriti o Waitangi, demonstrate culturally safe practice, hold a current drivers licence, hold a tertiary qualification in Social Services, Occupational Therapy or a related Disability area and preferably:

Have experience of working in social services and specifically in the disability field, experience of work in a range of disability settings would be an advantage.  Demonstrate knowledge of a range of current theory and models in the disability sector, current national and international disability strategies and relevant human rights legislation.  Have a clear understanding of Disability models of practice including the social disability model.  Demonstrate confidence and competence in using a range of communication strategies including: oral delivery and public speaking, written communication, online presentation and social media skills.  Demonstrate initiative and the ability to work independently.

Experience running workshops or teaching would be an advantage but is not essential if you have the passion and drive for this position. You must be willing to engage in compulsory professional development at Otago Polytechnic which will involve completing papers towards a Diploma in Tertiary Teaching. This is funded by the Polytechnic and a bonus for those hoping to up skill.

For specific information contact Margaret McKenzie, phone 0800 762 786.

Applications close 5pm, Monday 15th December 2014.

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Lecturer

Dunedin City - Otago

Lecturer

School of Social Services: Certificate for Health Care Assistants (Level 3)

Passionate, supportive and high performing team are seeking an outstanding individual for a 0.6 FTE fixed term lecturer position to develop and deliver a new level 3 certificate for health care assistants.

This is an exciting new pilot programme developed in consultation with the DHB which aims to up skill health care assistants already working in the industry. We are looking for a high achieving and compassionate individual who has the ability to develop and maintain good working relationships with students and health care professionals and providers. The successful candidate will have good understanding of health issues and current knowledge of the health industry. They’ll be highly organised, pay attention to details, have good administrative skills and be able to create learner friendly, and interactive online and face to face teaching programmes.

The certificate team value a can do attitude, flexibility, participation, compassion, commitment to excellence, integrity and a sense of humour. If this seems like the challenge you’ve been looking for, we would love to hear from you.

Applications close: 12th December

 

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Lecturer or Senior Lecturer

Dunedin City - Otago

Lecturer or Senior Lecturer

The School of Social Services has an exciting opportunity for a Lecturer or Senior Lecturer role within the Bachelor of Social Services in the Career Practice Field.

You will:

  • Hold an appropriate tertiary qualification in the Career field.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of a range of current theory and models in the Career sector, current National and International Career strategies.
  • Have a clear understanding of the development of Career Practice models including contemporary issues in Career Practice.
  • Have extensive experience of working in the career field, experience of work in a range of career settings would be an advantage.
  • Be able to facilitate career focused workshops on the full range of career development strategies.
  • Possess well-developed Career Practice skills for practical work.
  • Work with community agencies to develop placement and enterprise opportunities.
  • Demonstrate confidence and competence in using a range of communication strategies including: oral delivery and public speaking, written communication, online presentation and social media skills.
  • It is expected the successful applicant will be a member of an appropriate professional body (eg CDANZ) or will become one as soon as possible.
  • Experience in research would be an advantage but is not essential if you have the passion and drive for this position.

For specific information contact Margaret McKenzie, phone 0800 762 786.

Applications close 5pm, Monday 15th December 2014.

 

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http://www.qjumpers.co.nz/job-seeker/job-detail/15629/