Lead Educator and Trainer

This is an exciting opportunity to influence health outcomes through innovative, community-led solutions.
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Kei te mahi ngā rōpu Te Rau Ora me Te Tūāpapa Tarukino o Aotearoa ki te whakahaere i tēnei hōtaka hou. He heipūtanga tēnei ki te mahi me ngā rōpu ārahi i ngā hōtaka hou ki te whakaaweawe panoni tūturu kia mimiti te kino o te tarutaru i ngā hapori.

This is an exciting opportunity to influence health outcomes through innovative solutions to AoD related harms within a kaupapa Māori framework. This is a long-term fixed-term position, full-time (negotiable), and is based in beautiful Ōtepoti, Dunedin.

About the role

As a member of the Workforce Development and Addiction programme, you will need to demonstrate experience in developing and delivering specific learning outcomes.  In addition, you will have exceptional interpersonal skills, be flexible, and be able to fit well into a team that interacts with a diverse range of people.

We are looking for someone with:

  • Experience in the development and delivery of adult learning
  • Experience with e-Learning and other learning delivery models
  • High level of initiative
  • Accountability and self-responsibility
  • Te Reo Māori me ona tikanga desirable.
  • An appreciation of Hauora Māori and Whānau ora
  • Is a team player who has attention to detail
  • Reliable self-motivated and self-directed with good work ethics
  • Comfortable working with incomplete information in a diverse environment
  • Is flexible and will commit to delivery of results

Experience working in the alcohol and drug sector is a distinct advantage.

Please click About Addiction Programme to find out more about the AoD Innovation Programme.

You can find the Position Description for this role here: Te Rau Ora: Lead Educator and Trainer

Application Process:

We want to know about you and the skills and experience you can bring to our team. Please provide all relevant information in your application.

What you can expect when applying to work for us:

  • We will consider all applications and draw up a short-list of those applicants who fit our criteria.
  • All applicants will receive an email advising of their next step in the process within two weeks of receiving your application.
  • An interview time will be arranged with shortlisted candidates. Interviews will commence week beginning 16 November 2020.
  • A panel interview will be conducted, consisting of 3 people from Te Rau Ora, NZ Drug Foundation and key stakeholders.
  • We will advise all short-listed applicants of the outcome of their application within 5 days of their interview.

What we expect from your application:

  • Demonstrate in your cover letter and CV your skills, knowledge and experiences that relate to the tasks and responsibilities of this position.
  • Your curriculum vitae needs to outline:
    • your education qualifications - including the full-title of the qualification, the year awarded, and the name of the institution attended
    • your employment history, including your current position - specify dates of employment, title of each position
    • name of employer, main duties or accountability, and achievements.

How to apply

You can apply for this vacancy by clicking on the "Interested? Apply here" button below or at the top and ensure to upload a current copy of your CV and cover letter. The best part is you can use any device such as mobile phone, tablet or a desktop to apply for this job.

Applications close on Friday, 13 November 2020 @ 5:00 pm.

Or, know someone who would be a perfect fit? Let them know!

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