|Listed||Mon 9 Apr, 4:16 pm|
|Type||Full time, Contract/Temp|
About the role
The Centre for Health and Social Practice has a commitment to Te Tiriti o Waitangi, and our programmes are underpinned by an experiential approach to learning which links work, education, and personal and professional development. Importance is placed upon ensuring that graduates are work-ready and well prepared to gain employment or to enhance and extend employment opportunities. You will be part of a flexible, innovative and future-focused team, helping our Centre to prepare work ready counselling practitioners who can meet the needs of the profession and our community.
This is a fixed-term teaching role for semester two. Wintec offers flexible working hours so this could be either full-time or job share/ part-time.
Are you the ideal candidate?
We are looking for people who are passionate about counselling and have the following:
- A counselling qualification and extensive counselling experience across a range of settings
- Minimum of a Masters qualification in a relevant discipline (or working towards)
- Clinical knowledge and skills to teach counselling theory and practice skills to a diverse range of students
- Strong professional networks ideally in the Midlands region
- Ability to utilise technology and online teaching and learning strategies
- Commitment to student achievement and promoting the educational advancement of Maori and Pacific counselling students
- A membership of NZAC, NZCCA, or DAAPANZ or eligible for membership
- Education experience would be an advantage
Our teaching team and curriculum is underpinned by bi-cultural pedagogy and we are seeking applications from practitioners who share this vision. As a Counsellor Educator at Wintec you will be joining a team of social practice professionals who value collaborative professional opportunities within and outside of Wintec.
Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.