Tutor (Certificate in Information Technology and Client Support) 
 
Yoobee Colleges Ltd, is seeking a fixed term, full time tutor to teach our Certificate in Information Technology and Client Support Level 5 programme, at our growing Rotorua Campus on Eruera Street.
 
The position begins in late September 2019 and runs through until the end of February 2020. 
 
Recommended Experience:
  • CompTIA A+ professional certification or in-depth Knowledge in Technology Industry (Hardware/Software)
  • 3 - 5 years' recent professional experience and achievement in the Information Technology industries preferably as and IT Technician.
  • Knowledge assembling and disassembling PC’s and components as well as installing and configuring Windows and Linux environments (GUI & CLI)
  • Some web development experience (HTML, CSS & JavaScript)
  • Demonstrated expertise and innovation in a tertiary education environment, including the development and delivery of multi-mode programmes and courses in a trans-disciplinary context.
  • Demonstrated ability to work within teams and manage multiple projects
  • Ability to instruct students and manage their behaviour to help them achieve their best.
  • Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work full time in New Zealand (NZ Residency or working Visa)
The successful applicant will have an enthusiasm and passion for education and the subjects they teach. They will be teaching students 16 years plus on our 16 week Certificate in Information Technology and Client Support (Level 5) program, this position would be best suited to a technician who is looking to change industries.

This is a rare opportunity to join a team that prides itself in making a meaningful difference to the lives of students, their communities and the industries we serve.

If you believe that you offer what we are looking for, then we would love to hear from you. To find out more about Yoobee College – School of Technology, check us out at www.yoobee.ac.nz

Company
Yoobee Colleges
Type
Full Time from September 23rd, 2019 until February 28th, 2020
Description
Reporting to:    
  • Campus Manager
  • Head of Faculty
  • Any other person as determined by the Campus 
Functional relationships with:  
  • All Campus Tutors
  • Administration & Marketing Staff
  • Careers and Employment Advisors
  • Other Campus HOF’s
  • Industry Advisory Groups (if required) 
Primary objectives: To teach a range of subjects that will enable students to attain a recognised qualification. To meet and maintain the Creative and IT  criteria for teaching.  

Key Tasks & Expected Results
  1. Teach a range of subjects that will enable students to achieve the qualification they have enrolled in.
    • Students receive quality tuition that caters for their individual learning needs.
    • No complaints from students received regarding the standard of teaching.
  2. To prepare lesson plans and suitable teaching resources.
    • Lessons conducted in accordance with a lesson plan utilising suitable teaching resources.
  3. Participate in the continuous improvement of course content and teaching resources as directed by relevant campus HOF or Quality Coordinator.
    • Course material is updated and reflects current industry practices and standards.
    • A willingness is displayed to share knowledge and ideas with other members of the teaching staff.
  4. Deliver assessments and evaluate to prescribed national and local qualification standards.
    • Appropriate information given to students at the beginning of each assessment.
    • Assessments are delivered and evaluated in accordance with the school’s standards based assessment procedures and/or those standards set by NZQA.
    • Preparation and marking of assessment exercises and briefs demonstrates the professional approach of the school.
  5. Supervise (invigilate) course assessments.
    • Appropriate information given to students at the beginning of each assessment of this type.
    • Supervision is conducted in a manner that meets the school’s standards.
    • Supervision always meets NZQA guidelines.
  6. Assist with the care and maintenance of classrooms/ labs and teaching equipment and resources.
    • Students informed and if necessary reminded of the correct way in which classroom equipment and resources are to be used.
    • Campus Manager/appropriate staff member advised when routine or specialist maintenance of equipment is required.
  7. Recording of accurate student data, assessment results, attendance, student-at-risk and any other documentation required by the Campus  Manager.
    • Students advised about the reasons for collecting data for records.
    • Student information is gathered accurately and within the required time schedules.
    • Student data is accurately recorded and shared within the school’s defined paper and electronic data systems.
  8. Comply with the school’s Quality Management System and school rules.
    • All actions to meet the standards defined in these documents.
    • All records and auditable compliance requirements carried out to the standard defined in the Quality Management System. 
Criteria for classroom teaching:
Key Areas & Expected Outcomes
  1. Planning and preparation
    • The tutor shall generally make each lesson contribute effectively towards a planned programme of work with the school’s approved scheme of work.
  2. Subject competence
    • The tutor shall be competent in the content of his/ her subject area and keep informed of development in it.
  3. Teaching techniques and management
    • The tutor shall:
      • Impart subject content effectively.
      • Make the approach suitable to the level and cultural needs of the students in the class.
      • Provide and maintain a purposeful working atmosphere
      • Stimulate student interest and active participation.
  4. Relationships with students
    • The tutor shall:
      • Promote the personal and education welfare of his/ her students
      • Be willing and able to establish good relationships with students, to respect their individual needs and cultural backgrounds, and to encourage learning.
  5. Relationship with the school
    • The tutor shall:
      • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with the staff of the school; and
      • Contribute towards the effective functioning of the total school operation, including the school’s relationship with the family (whanau) and the wider community.  
Additional and Special Responsibilities 
The tutor may:
  • counsel students for in-class misdemeanours or for breaching campus rules.
  • recommend that a student receive counselling from a professional counsellor.
  • not suspend or terminate a student.
  • recommend the suspension or termination of a student for consideration by the Campus Manager.
  • recommend changes to standard work procedures for consideration by the Campus Manager.
  • recommend changes to Yoobee curriculum for consideration by the HOF. 
CREATIVE AND IT COLLEGES VALUES: 

Excellence
To us, excellence is non-negotiable. We strive for excellence in everything we do and aim to inspire it in every one of our students

Partnership
By collaborating and connecting with our partners, we can truly understand and deliver what they need

Innovation
In our pursuit of excellence, we are constantly looking beyond the status quo

Care
Students come first. We create nurturing and inspiring learning environments, so our students can achieve their goals and go on to fulfil their potential


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