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Nursing Educator/Kaiako

Do you have experience in nursing education? Would you like the opportunity to work with innovative teaching and grow your research expertise to develop the future New Zealand nursing workforce?

Join the Centre for Health and Social Practice team at Wintec

This is an exciting opportunity to apply your professional nursing qualifications and skills to this exciting role and help shape the future for the next generation of nurses, through the delivery of innovative, quality programmes which will contribute to positive health outcomes for our communities. The Centre for Health and Social Practice is distinctive for its range of inter-professional programmes and understanding of client care. Our nursing programmes have been delivered in the Waikato for more than 40 years with consistently outstanding student results.

About the role

The primary function of this role is the development, delivery and maintenance of fit for purpose, exciting curricula for our post-graduate and undergraduate nursing programmes, through culturally responsive and inter-professional teaching practices. As an Academic Staff Member you will form part of a team of dedicated academics who make a significant difference to the teaching, research, scholarship and administration activities of the profession. You will work with students to support their learning by providing teaching within the nursing programmes and facilitating student problem solving, reflection on practice and skills development. You will value working collaboratively in a team and be committed to the ongoing development of your own knowledge and skills.

This is a full-time permanent position (37.5 hours per week).

Are you an ideal candidate?

If you enjoy what you do and you have excellent communication, organisation and IT skills this could be an opportunity for you!

To be successful, you will ideally have the following:

  • A doctoral or masters qualification (or current doctoral candidate) in nursing or a health profession, with a strong clinical background
  • Relevant teaching qualification, or be committed to completing a tertiary teaching qualification within two years of employment
  • Registration with the Nursing Council of New Zealand and hold a current Annual Practising Certificate (or be eligible to apply for both)

Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa and will be required to undergo relevant pre-employment checks.

Working at Wintec

One of New Zealand's leading tertiary institutes, Wintec's focus is on innovation and the future. That means we provide opportunities not just for our students, but for our staff as well. Wintec offers flexible work arrangements, wellbeing initiatives, professional learning opportunities and support to undertake further study. You'll broaden your professional networks through our industry-connected staff, and be supported to keep your own career skills up-to-date.

Working in Hamilton

Hamilton is one of New Zealand's fastest growing cities. It has an urban and semi-urban population of about 180,000, plenty of schools - public and private, a temperate climate and distinctive rural character. The city sits on the banks of the Waikato River, linked by a series of bridges.

The city is generally safe, quiet and without major traffic jams. House prices are more affordable than many of New Zealand's major centres (such as Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch). Hamilton has its own domestic airport and is 90 minutes away from the country's main international airport in Auckland. Hamilton's central location - in the middle of the North Island - makes it an ideal springboard for beaches, lakes and mountains. It's less than two hours' drive to the popular tourist destinations of Rotorua, Taupō and the Coromandel Peninsula.

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