Vacancy: Professional Practice Evaluator
We want to learn from you, so we can help educate the nation…
Professional Practice Evaluator
The Education Council is a new body with a timeless purpose: to elevate the status of teaching for the benefit of all learners in Aotearoa New Zealand.
We want to hear from principals, teaching professional leaders or senior teachers with current practising certificates who want to work in a ‘nationwide classroom’ to help us do this, either in a permanent role or on a fixed-term secondment.
Our aspiration is supported by a strategic plan that combines four clear areas that we want to work on to make the teaching profession stronger:
· collective responsibility
· consistent quality
· improvement, innovation and change
· championing the profession
One of the Education Council’s statutory requirements concerns teachers’ competence, including the investigation of cases where a complaint or mandatory report has been made, and we’re looking for two people to fill the role of a Professional Practice Evaluator (also known as a competence assessor) in our Competence team.
For this role it’s essential that you have a good understanding of the current practicing teacher criteria and recent experience in:
· providing supervision to teachers
· assessing teaching performance or competence
· managing teacher appraisal, performance and development
· mentoring other teaching practitioners
If you have significant experience and skills gained as a professional leader in the early childhood, primary or secondary education sector, we’d like to hear from you.
It’s not every day that an opportunity arises to influence an entire profession, so we’re not expecting ‘everyday’ applications.
Please click here for a position description
Applications close at 5pm on Sunday 21 May 2017