Senior Advisor Refugee and Migrant Education | Dunedin
|Position Type:||Full Time|
|Attachments:|| JD - Senior Advisor Migrant and Refugee Support March 2019.pdf (PDF, 278KB)
|Application Close Date:||29-Apr-2019|
Senior Advisor, Migrant and Refugee Education
Ministry of Education Dunedin Office
We have a unique opportunity to join our national ESOL, Migrant, Refugee and International team to support the development of Ministry capability and responsiveness through the co-ordination and implementation of support initiatives for migrant and refugee background students, families and communities.
There is a fulltime permanent position for a Senior Adviser Migrant and Refugee Education available in the Dunedin office. The successful applicant will be supporting schools in the Lower South Island.
In this role you will support early learning centres and schools in working to meet the needs of migrant and refugee background students and their families. You will work with senior leaders to ensure access to quality education for migrant and refugee background children and young people.
You will bring expertise in:
- building successful relationships and working with families and communities and other settlement related agencies
- influencing and working with others to support and implement support initiatives
- solving complex problems and making decisions to deliver and implement effective services
- using your evaluative skills to work with data and information to improve educational achievement for all students.
We are seeking people with knowledge, skills and experience in education as well as knowledge of the refugee resettlement and migrant settlement processes. An understanding of English for Speakers of Other Languages Provision in schools would be an advantage. A full driver's license is a requirement.
If this opportunity interests you, apply now using the ‘Apply Online' button.
You can view a job description above or for further information please contact Abdirizak Abdi on 07 8587148.
Applications close on 29 April 2019.