Teaching Fellow (3513C) Wellington, New Zealand

  • Are you a registered nurse looking for a fixed term, full time Teaching Fellow role?
  • Have you got experience maintaining a high standard of learning and teaching with an excellent manner with people?
  • Do you have strong written and oral communications skills and able to demonstrate strong interpersonal skills especially across cultures?

Mō Te Herenga Waka - About Our University

Te Herenga Waka - Victoria University of Wellington is a global-civic university with our marae at our heart. This iho draws off our heritage and is further defined by our tūrangawaewae, in particular Wellington, Aotearoa, and the Asia-Pacific, all of which are expressed in our position as Aotearoa New Zealand's globally ranked capital city university.

Our core ethical values are respect, responsibility, fairness, integrity, and empathy. These core ethical values are demonstrated in our commitment to sustainability, wellbeing, inclusivity, equity, diversity, collegiality, and openness. With, and as, tangata whenua, we value Te Tiriti o Waitangi, rangatiratanga, manaakitanga, kaitiakitanga, whai mātauranga, whanaungatanga, and akoranga.

Kōrero mō te tūranga - About the role

Te Herenga Waka - Victoria University of Wellington is currently recruiting for a fixed term full time Teaching Fellow to join the School of Nursing, Midwifery, and Health Practice in 2022.

Are you a registered nurse who is interested in exploring a role in nursing education in the tertiary sector? The School of Nursing, Midwifery, and Health Practice is seeking expressions of interest from registered nurses with a Postgraduate Qualification to work as a teaching fellow for HLTH 550 Transition to Professional Nursing Practice. This position is part-time, fixed term from September 2022 to September 2023. This position is based at our Wellington Hospital campus, with some required travel within the lower North Island.

It is expected that successful applicants will meet the below selection criteria:

  • Engaged in Masters level study or beyond.
  • Holds an Annual Practicing Certificate (Nursing).
  • Outgoing personality and an interest in the support and development of students.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Well organised and reliable.
  • Ability to work as a team member of a team that includes academics & professional staff.
  • Ability to conduct face to face and online teaching.
  • All applicants must be eligible to work in NZ and hold a relevant work visa.

Ō pūmanawa - About you

You will thrive in this role with an excellent manner with people, strong attention to detail, and self-management skills.

You will be a highly organised self-starter and natural relationship builder, who relishes working autonomously as well as contributing positively to a high performing team. You will have excellent written and oral communications skills in English and are able to demonstrate strong interpersonal skills especially across cultures.

You will hold an appropriate qualification in a health-related discipline with a relevant research publication record and platform. You must be a NZ registered nurse with a current practising certificate and have the proven ability to teach in one or more areas of research-based practice.

Key Requirements: 

  • Commitment to teaching with academic rigour and to promoting students’ learning in the midwifery discipline in general and in your specialist area. Successful teaching, as evidenced by peer and student.
  • Developing and maintaining a high standard of learning and teaching through professional development initiatives such as regularly seeking feedback and evaluation of your teaching practice and using this to review and update your teaching practice.
  • Conducting learning and teaching in accordance with University policy, including assessment, course co-ordination and course.
  • Regularly reviewing courses to ensure continuing relevance and incorporation of new.
  • Where possible, incorporating Māori and Pasifika perspectives in course content and teaching.
  • Familiarity with innovation in learning and teaching practice and technology and adoption of new technologies and other appropriate innovations in support of teaching.
  • Contributing to innovations in learning, teaching and assessment within the discipline and more widely across the University, including demonstrating digital fluency.

Ētahi kōrero hai āwhina i a koe - Why you should join our team

Our team likes sharing ideas, and working in a collaborative style. We offer you flexible working arrangements and learning & development programs.

Role Description

 

This role, (or some of the work of this role that may be performed in this role) is covered by a Government Public Health Response Order, meaning that such work must be done by a person vaccinated against COVID-19. For more information see: https://www.wgtn.ac.nz/covid-19/vaccine-mandate

 

Close Date for Vacancy: 8 July 2022

 

Contact Details for Vacancy: If you have any questions regarding this role please get in touch with Associate Professor Dr Kathy Holloway (Kathy.Holloway@vuw.ac.nz). But applicants should follow all steps listed below. 

 

Important - Application Steps and information 

 

For applicants who are not NZ Citizens or Permanent Residents, we recommend you check the NZ Immigration website for updates related to Covid19 restrictions on entry to New Zealand: https://www.immigration.govt.nz/about-us/covid-19  

 

Download and complete the University Application Form.

 

Click Apply Now Button at the base of the advert, follow the process to enter your contact details and add your CV in the online form. 

 

Please include a cover letter in your application, telling us why you’re a great fit for this position then email the completed application form, cover letter and any other supporting documentation to erecruit@vuw.ac.nz stating the reference number and position title from the advert in the subject line. 

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