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Library / Administration Assistant

Central Otago - Otago

Library / Administration Assistant

Central Otago Campus (Cromwell)

Fixed Term, 20 hours per week, until Jan 2016

We seek a proactive Library / Administration Assistant to provide outstanding experiences and service to students and staff at the Central Otago Campus.

You will be responsible for manning the Cromwell campus library and providing administration support to students and staff – both on campus and distance.

Our preferred candidate will be a highly organised, experienced, committed person who is looking for a challenging role. This person will have highly developed interpersonal skills, excellent written and oral communication
skills, a positive and productive team attitude including the drive to be a highly functioning member of a self-leading team and possess a sense of humour.

Excellent computer skills are essential, as are multitasking skills, strong problem solving abilities and the ability to manage your time effectively along with an active commitment to ensuring that timely services of the highest quality are consistently provided.

For further information please contact Campus
Operations Manager, Barbara Emmitt on barbara.emmitt@op.ac.nz.

Applications close 5pm, Monday 4th May 2015.

For a position description or to apply please visit our website.

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Learning and Teaching Facilitators

Dunedin City - Otago

Learning and Teaching Facilitators

Full Time, Permanent

Are you an experienced teacher with a diverse background (online, blended, face-to-face), preferably at tertiary level, with expertise with experiential learning, assessments, and learner-centred teaching practices? Can you manage large scale change projects in learning and teaching and are excited by progressive educational design? Then we have the perfect role for you! We need engaging motivators who know how to work with teams to achieve results in a practical and realistic way.

Tertiary education is in the midst of a transformative period where educational technology innovations are changing traditional notions of both learning and teaching. Employers want a new kind of graduate. Otago Polytechnic is meeting these challenges with forward thinking strategy, innovative qualifications and ‘hands on’ learning developing capable (work ready) graduates who are personally-effective, future-focussed and able to practise sustainably.

We have embarked on a three to five year development programme through which we are redesigning all our qualifications to better meet learner and industry needs. We want all our learners to succeed and this ambitious project is key to how we will achieve this. Working across Otago Polytechnic you will support the implementation of our strategies for high quality education provision and outstanding learning experiences. You will be a self-starter, an excellent communicator, and have project management skills. So if you are seeking a challenge, want to be at the forefront of transformative education, and to work for an innovative organisation that is committed to its community and learners, contact us today!

Applications close Monday 20 April 5pm

For further information contact Professor Sally Pairman, 0800 762 786

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Learning and Teaching Facilitators

Dunedin City - Otago

Learning and Teaching Facilitators

Learning and Teaching Facilitators

Fixed Term Full and Part Time Positions available

Are you an experienced teacher with a diverse background (online, blended, face-to-face), preferably at tertiary level, with expertise with experiential learning, assessments, and learner-centred teaching practices? Can you manage large scale change projects in learning and teaching and are excited by progressive educational design? Then we have the perfect role for you! We need engaging motivators who know how to work with teams to
achieve results in a practical and realistic way.

Tertiary education is in the midst of a transformative period where educational technology innovations are changing traditional notions of both learning and teaching. Employers want a new kind of graduate. Otago Polytechnic is meeting these challenges with forward thinking strategy, innovative qualifications and ‘hands on’ learning developing capable (work ready) graduates who are personally-effective, future-focussed and able to practise sustainably.

We have embarked on a three to five year development programme through which we are redesigning all our qualifications to better meet learner and industry needs. We want all our learners to succeed and this ambitious project is key to how we will achieve this. Working across Otago Polytechnic you will support the implementation of our strategies for high quality education provision and outstanding learning experiences. You will be a self-starter, an excellent communicator, and have project management skills. So if you are seeking a challenge, want to be at the forefront of transformative education, and to work for an innovative organisation that is committed to its community and learners, contact us today!

Applications close Monday 20 April 5pm

For further information contact Professor Sally Pairman, 0800 762 786

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Lecturer - Accounting

Dunedin City - Otago

Lecturer - Accounting

We are seeking a Lecturer to teach Accounting, Auditing, Economics and Taxation to our diploma and degree students. A background in other business areas would also be beneficial. You may also be required to teach in these same areas on courses/training delivered to external parties.

This position will allow you to share your knowledge with students who want to make a career in business, accounting and/or management. This role is full time/permanent beginning in mid-July 2015.

Experience in business and particularly proven success in your field of expertise is essential. A relevant tertiary qualification is also required, and it is anticipated you will have an interest in research. Applicants who have experience in student/learner centred education, have a passion for teaching/ training is an advantage. Applicants must have, excellent communication and interpersonal skills and be positive and constructive team players.

A Chartered Accountant designation would be an asset in this role.

For specific information please contact Kay Lion, Programme Leader, phone 0800 762 786.

Applications close: 26th April 2015

 

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Lecturer - ICT

We are seeking a Lecturer to primarily teach at Certificate and Bachelor level. You may also be required to teach on other ICT courses within the College of Enterprise & Development.

This position will allow you to share your knowledge and passion with students who want to make a career in IT. This appointment is intended to be 1.0 FTE (Permanent).

You must be able to demonstrate knowledge of and experience in ICT education and have proven success in your field of expertise. A relevant qualification is essential, and it is anticipated you will have an interest in research. You will have experience in student/learner centred education, have a passion for teaching, excellent communication skills and be a positive and constructive team player.

Previous academic experience will be advantageous but not essential.

The incumbent may apply for this position.

For specific information please contact Lesley Smith, Head of College, phone 0800 762 786.

To apply please send a completed application form, cover letter and CV to vacancies@op.ac.nz.

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Applications close 16th April 2015