National Assessment Moderator

Posted on 09-Jul-2018
Application Close Date: 23-Jul-2018
Job Details
Location:
Wellington
Category:
Education
Position Type:
Permanent Full-time
Job Reference:
NZQA/1855AMS
Attachments:
Note clipCustomer-Charter.pdf (PDF, 126KB)


Nga Matapono - Our Values.pdf (PDF, 139KB)


National Assessment Moderator.pdf (PDF, 295KB)
Job Specification

NZQA is looking for a National Assessment Moderator: Technology (DVC) to join our Assessment and Moderation team on a full-time basis.  

The role undertaken by a National Assessment Moderator is:

  • the moderation of standards sent in by schools
  • the completion of a moderation report for each standard sent by a school
  • the development of exemplars
  • the updating of assessment documents to guide teachers.

The skills we are also looking for include:

  • the ability to manage and/or participate in a team that is high performing
  • the ability to design, plan and develop systems that support consistency in assessment and moderation.
  • the ability to follow policies and procedures
  • credibility in the subject area on a regional and/or national level

This is a career-enhancing opportunity, working with other moderators to ensure fair, valid and consistent assessment against national standards.   

You must understand the principles of standards based assessment and have a working knowledge of the New Zealand Qualifications Framework and the NCEA.

You must also have recognised teaching and assessment expertise in your subject/s in New Zealand.

Recent experience in moderation in a school setting is desirable.

Please state the supporting subjects, if any, that you could work in.

The role requires you to work in the NZQA Wellington office.

NZQA may consider other locations in terms of a working from home agreement.

For more information about this role please refer to the job description, NZQA's Customer Charter and Organisational Values.


If you would like to discuss further, please call Angela Jones on (04) 463 3133.

Applications close at 5.00 pm on Monday 23 July 2018.