Evaluation Associates has an incredible team of consultants, some of whom work full-time, some part- time and others as associates who work with us on specific projects of interest to them.
We are always interested in knowing when talented, motivated and enthusiastic educators are looking for a new opportunity. We are particularly interested in people who have expertise in assessment for learning, school leadership, innovative learning practices, teaching as inquiry and appraisal.
Current vacancies are listed below. If there are no current vacancies, or you wish to be considered for a role in the future, please fill out the registration of interest. Your information will then be stored so that we can contact you
when a suitable vacancy arises. This information will be treated confidentially.
Leadership Advisor (with Māori-medium capability) Tai Tokerau
We are looking for a highly motivated, confident and capable educational leader with Māori-medium capability and the skills to support primarily beginning tumuaki in Tai Tokerau to impact positively on student outcomes. The successful applicant will join a team of 23 Leadership Advisors who have commenced work nationwide in Term 2 this year.
Find details of the position here.
Download the job description here.
To apply, please email your CV and cover letter to Ros Stephens. Please DO NOT complete the general registration of interest details below.
The closing date for applications is Monday 12 June 2017.
Beginning Principal mentors
All regions of New Zealand
We are seeking current practising principals to register their interest in being a mentor for a beginning principal. It is expected that mentors will provide support to beginning principals in their local area. The mentors will work in conjunction with the leadership advisors to provide a strong network of support for these principals.
If you wish to apply to be a mentor, please DO NOT complete the general registration of interest details below. Download application details, role description and person specifications here.