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E rapu ana a te Te Papa i tētahi kaiako matatau, hihiri anō hoki hei whakawhanake i ngā hōtaka mō āna kaimahi ki te ako i te reo Māori. Ka whāngaia ēnei hōtaka akoranga ki te nui o ngā huarahi, taumata anō hoki. He kaiako mātau koe, e taea te whakamahi i ngā pūkenga i roto i tētahi wāhi me ōna ahurea maha. Ko te whāinga matua, ki te whakarite i ngā hōtaka akoranga reo Māori kātahi, ko te whakawhanaketanga ka rua. Anei tētahi āheinga ki te whakamahi i ōu pūkenga reo Māori, akoranga hoki i roto i tētahi o ngā whare ahurea rongonui o te ao. He tūranga whakahirahira tēnei mō Ngā Manu Atarau me ōna mahi tikanga rua, tikanga Māori hoki mō Te Papa Tongarewa me te rāngai whare kāwanatanga.
Te Papa is looking for an experienced dynamic Kaiako who will be responsible for the development and delivery of high-quality te reo Māori programmes for the kaimahi at Te Papa. The programmes will cater for different learning styles, needs, and levels of fluency.
You will be an experienced teacher with the ability to apply your skills within a busy cultural environment. The first focus of this position will be establishing te reo Māori programmes, then moving onto delivery. This is a unique exciting opportunity to apply your reo and teaching skills within one of the world’s most important cultural institutions. This role is an essential part of the Ngā Manu Atarau Directorate that works to hāpai biculturalism and tikanga Māori for Te Papa and advise across the sector.
All applicants must be able to work legally in New Zealand and have the ability to maintain that.
Please apply through the Te Papa jobs site.