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About the role
We are looking for a dynamic and energetic individual to work with School Boards to achieve outstanding results for students through good governance. You will do this through excellent relationship management, accurate assessment and evaluations of school boards, in-depth product knowledge, and the development of individualised planning for professional development and learning. You will need to be flexible to work outside usual office hours as required and enjoy travelling to meet your clients.
Our office is in Dunedin and there is flexibility to work from home. There will be regular travel required to support schools throughout Otago and Southland, and a requirement to attend team meetings in the Dunedin office and full staff meetings in our national office based in Wellington. A work vehicle will form part of your remuneration package.
NZSTA is the voice of school boards in New Zealand, providing service to New Zealand’s 2,500 state and state-integrated schools and kura.
We are a values-based organisation; one that is determined to provide the very best services and support to our members, our education sector stakeholders, New Zealand school and their communities.
As the professional body for school boards, NZSTA is at the heart of school governance. We influence and inform policy and sector outcomes; we support and enable school boards to flourish; we connect like-minded people through our learning and networking opportunities; we strengthen communities by helping students achieve.
NZSTA was established in 1989, following the introduction of New Zealand’s largest school reform, Tomorrow’s Schools. We are a not-for profit incorporated society with charitable trust status.
High – Expectations | High – Trust | High – Transparency | High – Accountability
If you're excited by the opportunity to join a team who are passionate about strengthening school governance in Aotearoa, then don't delay in applying.
Note: Applications will be processed on receipt
Please submit a tailored CV and a cover letter outlining your motivation for your application, highlighting relevant skills and experience.
Send your CV and cover letter, either through SEEK or directly to us at email@example.com.
For further information about the role, please contact Melanie Pilcher, Director Service Delivery, on Ph 021 599 710 or Sonjia Wilson, Regional Lead, on 027 444 4508 for a confidential discussion.
View the position description HERE
Applications close: Wednesday 26 April 2023.
P: 021 190 7273