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Health Science Laboratory Tutor
Centre for Health and Social Practice
Bring your skills in facilitating learning and coaching, to support foundation, nursing , midwifery and physiotherapy students in health science laboratory tutorials.
We are looking for someone with experience in health or health sciences, including anatomy and pathophysiology and clinical pharmacology, to join our team of tutors.
Impart your experience, enthusiasm and passion as students learn health science skills and knowledge in health science laboratories, which are practical, interactive and student focussed. Fit teaching into your career schedule, make a difference to students and to your own life –bring your skills to Wintec.
About the role
- working collaboratively with the health science module co-ordinator and the laboratory technician
- facilitate groups of approximately 20 students in the health science laboratory tutorial activities
- varied hours as required approximately 6-12 per week
Are you an ideal candidate?
If you enjoy facilitating learning, coaching, and have excellent communication skills, tutoring at Wintec could be your best career move. If you have health science experience or a registered health professional qualification you could be the perfect candidate to facilitate health science laboratory tutorials.
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 teaching staff as well. You’ll broaden your professional networks through our industry-connected staff, and be supported to keep your own career skills up-to-date.
Lead change, shape health professionals developing practice- apply for your next role now.
Hourly Paid Academic (HPA)
Job no: JA1439
Location: City Campus
Closing Date: Friday, 3 April 2020