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Principal Learning Designer, Lower Hutt, Open Polytechnic

Published 2022-10-01
Expires 2022-11-01
ID #1195431607
100 NZ$
Principal Learning Designer, Lower Hutt, Open Polytechnic
New Zealand, Wellington, Lower Hutt,
Published October 1, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Principal learning designer
Min. Salary: 80.000


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Teaching - Tertiary (Education & Training)

The Open Polytechnic - Kuratini Tuwhera is Aotearoa New Zealand's leading distance and online learning provider. We specialise in taking the learning to our students, focusing on enabling the success of approximately 30,000 students each year. We're a place where you can make a difference.

At the Open Polytechnic we offer a wide range of learning disciplines from Real Estate to Social Work, Construction and Education. From our Academic Staff Members to our Student Journey Centre, we ensure our students are at the heart of everything we do, every step of the way.

Mō te tūnga | About the role

The Principal Learning Designer (PLD) is responsible for providing strategic advice and design consultancy, through critical review and by leading needs analysis. The focus of the PLD role is to lead the design and development of pedagogically sound, technology-enabled teaching, learning and assessment experiences for open, distance and flexible learning (ODFL) in educational and commercial settings. This position can be based anywhere in NZ (Working from Home), or based at our Campus in Lower Hutt.

Ngā pūkenga mo te tūnga | What you will bring to the role
Experience in developing bicultural and/or culturally responsive courseware and programme design
Knowledge and experience of instructional/learning design principles and educational practices
Experience in learning resources development, including assessments
Well-developed communication skills with the ability to negotiate, clarify goals, communicate information, concepts and arguments effectively
Effective planning and organisation skills
Well-developed education technology and computing skills, including authoring tools and learning management systems
Creativity, innovation and willingness to investigate non-traditional alternatives
An understanding of the current tertiary education sector in Aotearoa New Zealand (desirable)
A coaching mindset
The role also ensures digital content in the portfolio is highly engaging, fit for purpose and responsive to the market.

We take pride in what we do and want to find a candidate who is across consulting, coaching and education programme design. Think you've got what it takes - back yourself, get in contact and let your brilliance shine!

The Kuratini Tuwhera is Aotearoa New Zealand's leading distance and online learning provider. We are also a subsidiary of Te Pūkenga - New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology, together with all other Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics in Aotearoa New Zealand. Set up as part of the Government'sReform of Vocational Education (link removed), Te Pūkenga is creating a national network of online, on-campus and on-job learning. Under this exciting new direction, Open Polytechnic will be fully incorporated within the new organisation from 2023.

We specialise in taking the learning to our students, focusing on enabling the success of approximately 30,000 students each year. We're a place where you can make a difference.

We offer a wide range of learning disciplines from Real Estate to Social Work, Construction and Education. From our Academic Staff Members to our Student Journey Centre, we ensure our students are at the heart of everything we do, every step of the way.

We offer our people free education (50% off for whanau), free car parking on campus, flexible working options (including some working from home), a modernised working environment, subsidised school holiday programmes for your children, free fitness classes, and an on-site café.

We are proud of our kaimahi and value every contribution from all of our people.

If this role sounds like you, we would love to hear from you.

Applications close Wednesday 21 September 2022

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