Part of ACG Education, proudly one of NZ's leading private training establishments, with a strong reputation for quality, excellence and student success. ACG NZIC delivers the foundation studies programme for Victoria University at the Wellington campus.

Our students come from a variety of countries, aged between 16–25 years old and are studying in our 6, 9 or 12 month programmes before taking up their place at Victoria University. We offer a variety of courses at a NCEA Level 2–3, accredited by Universities New Zealand. We run a university style timetable.

We seek an Economics/Accounting teacher with potential to teach other academic courses from our portfolio, including Marketing. Immediate commencement preferred, but not essential. You will have an interest in international students, assessment, and online learning. We are well-resourced, collegial and forward-thinking. We are situated on level 3 of the Railway Station, handy for all transport.


ACG NZIC is a registered Ministry of Education School and teachers are required to be registered with the Education Council of New Zealand.

For further information about ACG NZIC and Victoria University's Foundation Studies Programme please visit universitypathways.acgedu.com/programmes/victoria-university.
Company
ACG New Zealand International College
Type
Full Time from February 12th, 2018
Subjects
Economics & Accounting
Year Levels
Description

MAIN PURPOSE

  1. To teach effectively
  2. To complete administrative tasks efficiently
  3. To set standards and assist students as required
  4. To oversee the needs of students

KEY TASKS and FUNCTIONS

Professional Knowledge
  • To complete the teaching and assessment programmes at appropriate levels as required in the schemes and by the policies of the College
Professional Development
  • To remain current with educational developments within the subject and participate in related professional development programmes
  • To take responsibility for being up-to-date with developments in technology and its use in the classroom
  • To accept and/or participate in performance appraisals
Teaching Techniques
  • To take responsibility for the learning environment, including the quality of the physical environment and the conditions for orderly and effective teaching
  • To encourage the use of appropriate technology by students in the subject 
  • To prepare resource and assessment material as required 
  • To mark or otherwise assess work thoroughly according to the assessment schedules or other College policies and to record marks and assessment results 
  • To set appropriate projects and additional work for students to do outside normal College classes 
Student Management
  • To provide learning experiences which maximise academic progress
  • To manage student behaviour effectively
  • To support the College standards in relation to student behaviour
Motivation of Students 
  • To motivate each student to achieve their potential in the subject
  • To encourage appropriate study and independent learning skills in students
  • To provide additional academic and pastoral support as needed for students 
Effective Communication 
  • To report to and meet with parents as required
  • To action promptly, thoroughly and accurately the completion of required returns, forms or procedures and to supply information as requested
  • To maintain an attendance record as required
  • To adhere to such accounting procedures as may be applicable and requested
  • To provide schemes of work and assessment schedules as required 
Tutor Responsibilities 
  • To provide oversight of students within the assigned tutor group
  • To communicate with parents as required
  • To complete administration tasks as required in relation to these responsibilities
Contribution to the Wider School 
  • To attend and assist at College ‘Open Days’ as requested
In conjunction with the Job Description refer to the College’s Performance Review system.
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