Experience Wellington Job Listing
E karanga atu ana mātou ki te hunga e whakaaro ana mō tēnei tūranga, ko te Mātanga Akoranga, i Experience Wellington. He tūranga whakahirahira hei hāpai i te whakaaro me te mahi mātauranga matihiko me te tikanga-ā-iwi i tō mātou whare Nōku te ao (CapitalE). Mēnā he tangata whai pukenga, whai wheako, whai mātauranga hoki koe ki tēnei momo mahi nau mai haramai. Tukuna mai tō tono.
Be part of the future of Nōku te Ao Capital E.
Nōku te Ao Capital E is seeking an innovative educator to design and deliver digital learning programmes for schools. From game design and music-making in our digital technology lab, to live broadcast production in our purpose-built tv studio—bring your passion for experiential education, digital technology, and creativity to the design and delivery of inspirational experiences for ākonga.
In an exciting period of transformation, you’ll be part of the project team working towards the redevelopment of Te Matapihi Ki Te Ao Nui, the reimagined Central Library in Te Ngākau Civic Square. You’ll help to shape new experiences for digital learning, as we work towards our relocation to this innovative space in 2025.
Currently this role is based at Capital E on the Wellington waterfront, in the fast-paced learning environments of Te Whare Matihiko/Media Lab and Te Whare Whakaata/OnTV studios. It offers the opportunity to collaborate across other Experience Wellington sites – City Gallery Wellington, Wellington Museum, and Space Place. This position is permanent, full-time. Occasional evening and weekend work will be required.
Te tūranga | The role
- Design, deliver, and evaluate engaging digital learning sessions for ākonga and Tamariki that embrace Te Ao Māori.
- Develop innovative ways to work with kaiako to bring local curriculum and our digital technologies to life.
- Actively support our aims to embrace Te Ao Māori and increase engagement with Māori audiences, through your learning programmes.
- Actively contribute to the project team working towards the development of Te Matapihi Ki Te Ao Nui Central Library.
Ngā tino pūkenga me ngā wheako |The essential skills and experience for the role
- Be a strong kaiako: confident in working with and responsive to tamariki and ākonga,
- Have sound knowledge of digital technologies with national curriculum frameworks. Knowledge of LEOTC/ELC programming is an advantage.
- Possess excellent practical technical knowledge, good trouble-shooting skills, and strong networks in the tech, digital, and creative industries.
- Have undertaken professional learning and development in relation to Te Ao Māori, including te reo Māori me ōna tikanga.
- Possess the ability to enrich the local curriculum through learning programmes that connect with mana whenua.
- Possess excellent communication and facilitation skills.
- Be a great team player – creative, reliable, proactive, and positive.
- Hold a genuine interest in research and innovation to design responsive and engaging learning programmes for school groups and developing early childhood offer.
- Have an interest in utilising and incorporating Tikanga Māori values ensuring there is a Māori dimension to everything you do.
Ko wai mātou | Who are we
Our vision is engaged, curious communities.
We are committed to Te Tiriti o Waitangi and support mana whenua as kaitiaki. We provide a culturally safe and inclusive environment, meaningful and sustainable employment opportunities for Māori and enhanced career pathways for our Māori kaimahi to succeed as Māori.
If you want to work with like-minded community builders, and you are passionate about art and culture we would love to hear from you. To join our team, please submit your CV, a cover letter and complete our online application form for our consideration. For further information on the role please contact email@example.com.
Applications close Wednesday 27 September 2023.
Only people with the legal right to work in New Zealand, or ability to gain a work visa, may apply for this position.
For advice on obtaining a New Zealand work or residence visa visit www.immigration.govt.nz’