Manager Education | Wellington
|Position Type:||Full Time|
|Attachments:|| Manager Education JD (2).pdf (PDF, 201KB)
|Application Close Date:||01-Mar-2019|
Based in Lower Hutt, Wellington
Now is an exciting time at the Ministry of Education. We are working differently with the profession and communities so that our education system can deliver the best outcomes for all our kids.
We are looking for a leader to join the Wellington region's team to strengthen our support of educational achievement for all the region's learners. The role leads professionals working with early childhood services, schools, tertiary organisations, families and other key stakeholders to improve outcomes for children and young people and contribute to the effective stewardship of the education system.
Key priorities for the role are:
- Leading the provision of core services in a responsive and locally tailored manner to early childhood services and schools in the Wellington region through a team of Advisers to achieve educational outcomes for the region
- Working with the Leaning Support teams to support and lift educational achievement of all young people
- Regional planning and integrating work programmes
- Developing influential local connections and networks with iwi, communities and whānau to achieve priority outcomes for the region
- Building the capability of schools and their communities to take leadership of driving student achievement efforts
If you are looking for a rewarding challenge, this is a key role that will have a genuine impact on students and the community. This challenge would suit someone with experience in senior leadership in the education sector or has management and leadership experience in government or social organisations. A tertiary qualification in education or management is desired, but not essential.
If this opportunity interests you apply now using the ‘Apply Online' button. You can view a job description below.
For further information please contact Des James on 04 463 2845.
Applications close: 1 March 2019