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Teacher - Early Learning

Advertiser: BarnardosMore jobs from this company

Job Information

Job Listing Date
22 Mar 2019
Location
Wellington, Hutt Valley
Salary
$23.07 - $27.14 (gross per hour)
Work Type
Full Time
Classification
Education & Training, Teaching - Early Childhood

Teacher - Early Learning

About the role

Barnardos Early Learning Centres are welcoming environments where children and teachers can develop their creativity and confidence for learning. 

Qualified teachers at Barnardos work in partnership with parents and whānau to encourage children’s curiosity, learning and development.

You will assess, plan and implement a curriculum to infants, toddlers and young children that reflects current approaches to effective teaching and learning.

Key responsibilities

  • Promote learning opportunities which are inclusive, equitable and culturally responsive
  • Document children’s learning and take responsibility for children’s profile books and e-portfolio

Skills and experience

  • Early childhood teaching qualification 
  • Current Teaching Council Practising Certificate
  • The ability to use initiative and a commitment to quality practice standards and the principles of Te Whāriki
  • Knowledge and understanding of current early childhood education theory and practice
  • Excellent communication, planning and organisational skills 
  • Enthusiasm and a strong desire to make a difference to children in their early years while building strong links with their whānau and families.

Benefits and perks

  • Financial support to retain your full certification
  • Discounted childcare for staff members
  • A wellness programme which includes 'flu vaccinations and discounts with various retail and service organisations
  • Generous weekly professional development time with dedicated pedagogical support
  • Generous sick leave allowance
  • This position is covered by a collective employment agreement

About Barnardos

Barnardos Early Learning is the social enterprise arm of Barnardos - New Zealand's leading children's charity. Every year our services and people make a real and positive difference in the lives of thousands of children, young people and their families.

Barnardos believes that through our collective commitment, talents and efforts we are working hard to create an Aotearoa New Zealand where every child has the opportunity to, in their own unique way, shine bright.

With your help we can do even more

To view the position description please visit - https://www.barnardos.org.nz/work-for-us/

We have vacancies at our Wainuiomata Centre, and our Petone Centre, learn more about them here:

https://www.barnardosearlylearning.org.nz/location/early-learning-centres/wainuiomata-early-learning-centre/?search=1

https://www.barnardosearlylearning.org.nz/location/early-learning-centres/petone-early-learning-centre/?search=1

For more information please contact:

Wainuiomata: Diana Va'a ph 04 564 1080

Petone: Lorna Joseph ph 04 568 7902

Let us know in your cover letter which Centre team - Petone or Wainuiomata - you would like to join!

Applications close: 22 April 2019

Please apply only if you are eligible to work in New Zealand.

About the role

Barnardos Early Learning Centres are welcoming environments where children and teachers can develop their creativity and confidence for learning. 

Qualified teachers at Barnardos work in partnership with parents and whānau to encourage children’s curiosity, learning and development.

You will assess, plan and implement a curriculum to infants, toddlers and young children that reflects current approaches to effective teaching and learning.

Key responsibilities

  • Promote learning opportunities which are inclusive, equitable and culturally responsive
  • Document children’s learning and take responsibility for children’s profile books and e-portfolio

Skills and experience

  • Early childhood teaching qualification 
  • Current Teaching Council Practising Certificate
  • The ability to use initiative and a commitment to quality practice standards and the principles of Te Whāriki
  • Knowledge and understanding of current early childhood education theory and practice
  • Excellent communication, planning and organisational skills 
  • Enthusiasm and a strong desire to make a difference to children in their early years while building strong links with their whānau and families.

Benefits and perks

  • Financial support to retain your full certification
  • Discounted childcare for staff members
  • A wellness programme which includes 'flu vaccinations and discounts with various retail and service organisations
  • Generous weekly professional development time with dedicated pedagogical support
  • Generous sick leave allowance
  • This position is covered by a collective employment agreement

About Barnardos

Barnardos Early Learning is the social enterprise arm of Barnardos - New Zealand's leading children's charity. Every year our services and people make a real and positive difference in the lives of thousands of children, young people and their families.

Barnardos believes that through our collective commitment, talents and efforts we are working hard to create an Aotearoa New Zealand where every child has the opportunity to, in their own unique way, shine bright.

With your help we can do even more

To view the position description please visit - https://www.barnardos.org.nz/work-for-us/

We have vacancies at our Wainuiomata Centre, and our Petone Centre, learn more about them here:

https://www.barnardosearlylearning.org.nz/location/early-learning-centres/wainuiomata-early-learning-centre/?search=1

https://www.barnardosearlylearning.org.nz/location/early-learning-centres/petone-early-learning-centre/?search=1

For more information please contact:

Wainuiomata: Diana Va'a ph 04 564 1080

Petone: Lorna Joseph ph 04 568 7902

Let us know in your cover letter which Centre team - Petone or Wainuiomata - you would like to join!

Applications close: 22 April 2019

Please apply only if you are eligible to work in New Zealand.

The application form will include these questions:
  • Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in New Zealand?
  • How many years' experience do you have as a teacher?
  • Have you worked in a role which requires a sound understanding of the Te Whāriki framework?
  • Do you have experience planning and implementing education programs in an early learning environment?
  • Have you completed a qualification in teaching?

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