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Head of Nursing - Tūmuaki Mahi Tāpuhi (Postgraduate or Undergraduate) - Wintecon 14 October
Head of Nursing - Tūmuaki Mahi Tāpuhi (Postgraduate or Undergraduate)
Wintec's Te Kura Mō Ngā Mahi Tiaki I Te Hapori (Centre for Health and Social Practice) is seeking a highly motivated Head of Nursing to join the Centre's inter-professional management team, based in Hamilton.
If you value working collaboratively with other health professional educators in a dynamic and rapidly changing environment, delivering nursing education for local, regional and international benefit, this is an opportunity not to be missed!
About the role
In this role you will be responsible for managing the day-to-day academic activities of the nursing team (Postgraduate or Undergraduate), and ensuring all resources are in place for a quality learning environment. You will guide and support staff to achieve agreed teaching, research and industry engagement outcomes and to grow professionally.
You will lead a team of nurse educators responsible for teaching bicultural programmes either Undergraduate or Postgraduate informed by an excellent understanding of Treaty-based practice. Maintaining productive working relationships within the nursing programmes and across Wintec will also be important. Similarly, maintaining current industry connections and fostering new ones is key.
Not only will you keep abreast of the latest information and technology, you will create valuable opportunities for students and manage the delivery and development of programmes for flexible delivery locally and internationally. You will be a strategic thinker who has a vision for the future of nursing.
Are you an ideal candidate?
Do you have relevant industry experience as well as a professional qualification(s) in nursing? With your highly developed communication skills, line management experience and the ability to build and maintain strong relationships with relevant industry sectors, you could find your next role in our Centre's energetic and future focused management team.
Ideally applicants will have the following:
- Passion and clear vision for the future of nursing
- Strong nursing background in both educational and clinical contexts
- Proven leadership competence within a complex, fast paced, changing environment
- Demonstrated understanding of Te Tiriti o Waitangi
- A passion for supporting students to succeed
- An understanding of the tertiary education sector
If applicable, appointment with a further title of Associate Professor or Professor will be considered, commensurate with relevant academic experience.
Working at Wintec
Wintec continues to be one of the leading tertiary institutes by keeping up with industry trends and focusing on innovation.
You'll be supported to stay industry connected and have generous opportunities to develop your career through the professional development opportunities available to you.
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.
Join the Centre for Health and Social Practice and take the next exciting step in your career.
Lead change, shape the world at Wintec - apply now and accept a leadership challenge.