This is where you can find vacancies that we have to join the BLENNZ team. We are often advertising for new staff to fill a range of roles which are advertised around the country.
3 x positions
- 1 x Manager, Hamilton Visual Resource Centre (3 MU and 1 APURT)
- 2 x Resource Teacher Vision (1 APURT)
Full-Time Permanent Positions – commencing ASAP.
BLENNZ seeks a New Zealand registered experienced teacher to provide professional leadership to a team of BLENNZ teachers and staff, implementing quality learning and teaching to students (birth to 21 years) who are blind, deaf-blind and have low vision, who live in the Waikato region. Excellent working relationships with parents, whānau, teachers, professionals and sector partners are essential.
Due to staff relocation and change of positions; BLENNZ Hamilton is also seeking two dynamic, innovative and experienced teachers with current NZ teacher registration and up-to-date knowledge of Te Whåriki and/or the NZ Curriculum to support the education of BLENNZ learners.
The successful applicants will have very good interpersonal skills, be competent users of technology and demonstrate an ability to develop excellent working relationships. Working successfully as part of a team is a key component of these itinerant positions. Experience in vision education is desirable, however applicants with relevant teaching experience will be fully supported.
Please send a letter of application and CV to Elaine Gilmour, Blind and Low Vision Education Network NZ, C/- 53 Kendal Avenue, Burnside, Christchurch 8053, or c/- email@example.com from whom a Job Description is also available.
Applications close 28th February, 2018.
Developmental Orientation and Mobility Specialists (3)
Palmerston North (x 1), Wellington (x 1), Christchurch (x 1)
The Blind and Low Vision Education Network New Zealand (BLENNZ) is a special character national school that provides educational services to learners who are blind, deafblind or low vision. One of the services it provides is Developmental Orientation and Mobility (DOM) which is about techniques and support to learners, their whānau and educational team to optimise the learner’s ability to move and travel.
Qualified DOMs are invited to apply by submitting their CV and letter of application.
If you are not qualified but interested applications are welcome from those who meet the following criteria
- Hold a relevant professional qualification e.g. OT/PT/Teaching/CEP etc.
- And have qualified for any degree from a New Zealand university or equivalent
- Or provide evidence of sufficient practical/professional experience of an acceptable standard in an area relevant to the qualification
Training over a three year period will be provided in partnership with Massey University. Postgrad Diploma in Specialist teaching
Further details are available on inquiry. Significant travel is required.
For more information, please contact Kay Daly, Co-ordinator Developmental Orientation and Mobility Services, BLENNZ Homai Campus, Private Bag 801, Manurewa, Auckland 2243. Phone 021 614 280 or 09 266 7109 ext. 2015.
Please send or email a letter of application and CV to Trish Ward, Blind and Low Vision Education Network NZ, Private Bag 801,Manurewa, Auckland 2243 or email firstname.lastname@example.org phone 09 266 7109.
Applications close February 26, 2018.