Counselling/Mental Health and Addictions Educator, Wintec – Hamilton
Wintec is one of NZ’s largest Institutes of Technology providing quality education and training in the Waikato. Our Centre of Health and Social Practice delivers professional programs in counselling, social work, nursing, midwifery, physiotherapy, and primary health care. If you value working collaboratively and have the expertise and experience to teach core counselling theory, skills and practice components, including child, youth and family, kaupapa māori, research and experience working in different modalities we are keen to hear from you.
Applications are sought from professionals holding professional registration in counselling and/or mental health and addiction.
To be eligible for consideration, you will:
- have an understanding of Māori, western and other cultural practice frameworks within counselling and mental health and addictions contexts
- hold a Postgraduate, Masters, or PhD qualification relevant to counselling
- hold or be eligible to hold NZ licensure in your field of professional expertise
- possess a valid permit to live and work in New Zealand
- have access to stable wifi services enabling frequent use of Moodle, zoom and other teaching/learning platforms.
Ideally you will also:
- be a qualified educator with proven expertise in both face-to-face and on-line teaching, moderation and assessment
- be active in research, scholarship and/or critical reflective research.
This is a fixed-term position, full-time or part-time opportunities available. We are keen to hear from eligible persons currently in New Zealand and also those who may be currently returning home.
Working at Wintec
One of New Zealand’s leading tertiary institutes, Wintec’s focus is on innovation and the future. That means we provide opportunities not just for our students, but for our staff as well. Wintec offers flexible work arrangements, wellbeing initiatives, professional learning opportunities and support to undertake further study. You’ll broaden your professional networks through our industry-connected staff, and be supported to keep your own career skills up-to-date.
Working in Hamilton
Hamilton is one of New Zealand’s fastest growing cities. It has an urban and semi-urban population of about 180,000, plenty of schools – public and private, a temperate climate and distinctive rural character. The city sits on the banks of the Waikato River, linked by a series of bridges.
The city is generally safe, quiet and without major traffic jams. House prices are more affordable than many of New Zealand’s major centres (such as Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch). Hamilton has its own domestic airport and is 90 minutes away from the country’s main international airport in Auckland. Hamilton’s central location – in the middle of the North Island – makes it an ideal springboard for beaches, lakes and mountains. It’s less than two hours’ drive to the popular tourist destinations of Rotorua, Taupō and the Coromandel Peninsula.
Closing date: There will be no closing date for this position and the advert may be removed without notice – applications will be reviewed as received and you are encouraged to submit your application as soon as possible. Applications close when position is filled.