Academic Staff Member - Electrical Tutor

Hamilton - Hugely attractive package

Full Time Application Closes 18 Jun 2024 Waikato - Hamilton City Senior Academic Teachers

Mo Tenei Turanga Mahi | About the Role  

An exciting opportunity has arisen for 12 months (Fixed-Term) - (37.5 hours per week) Electrical Tutor at our Wintec | Te Pukenga business division located in Hamilton. The role of an Electrical Tutor at Wintec encompasses delivering high-quality educational experiences in electrical trades including designing and delivering curriculum content, providing mentorship and support to students, and fostering industry connections. 

The appointing salary for this role will be between $70,000 and $80,000 depending on skills and experience. 

The Electrical Tutor role is based within our School of Trades and reports to a Team Manager. This role will be responsible for:

Teach a broad range of electronic and electrical subjects in the Electrical Trades programs and other programs including night classes as may be required.  Overseeing assessment and evaluation procedures in accordance with academic guidelines, including conducting both internal and external assessment moderation. Conducting thorough evaluations of students and courses, evaluating student performance, and providing relevant feedback. 

He korero mou| About you  

To be successful in this role you will have: 

Hold Full Electrical Registration issued under the Electricity Act 1992  Hold a current New Zealand Practicing licence; and have the confidence and the necessary skills and knowledge to educate on the Electrical Trades courses Hold Experience in the electrical industry is essential.  Well-developed oral, written, and interpersonal skills.  Administration and organisational skills required.  Excellent computer skills. 

Mo Matou | About us  

Wintec is a business division of Te Pukenga, a vibrant and progressive tertiary institute with regional campus locations in Hamilton. 

Wintec | Te Pukenga is committed to giving effect to Te Tiriti o Waitangi and delivering services in a manner that responds to the needs of Maori learners and their whanau, as well as the aspirations of iwi and Maori communities throughout our region (including Maori employers). To deliver effectively on this commitment, we recognise the need for a culturally competent and confident workforce vertically and horizontally across our organisation. 

As a responsible employer and education provider, Wintec | Te Pukenga is committed to the protection of children and vulnerable persons and applies relevant policy and practice to meet this commitment. Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa and will be required to undergo pre-employment checks; Successful candidates will be required to undergo relevant vetting and employment checks. 

  We will be assessing applications as they come in and this role will be closed earlier if we receive a suitable candidate.  

This position has been identified as a potential redeployment for kaimahi who have had their position impacted by the National Office review process. Therefore, in assessing applications, affected kaimahi will be given preference and priority .