National Assessment Moderator

Posted on 12-Sep-2018
Application Close Date: 26-Sep-2018
Job Details
Position Type:
Permanent Full-time
Job Reference:
Note clipNational Assessment Moderator.pdf (PDF, 294KB)
Job Specification

Customer-Charter.pdf (PDF, 126KB)

Nga Matapono - Our Values.pdf (PDF, 143KB)

Would you like to make a difference in Education?

We are looking for a National Assessment Moderator: Physics to join our Assessment and Moderation team on a one year fixed-term basis.

The role undertaken by a National Assessment Moderator is to:

  • moderate standards that are sent in by schools
  • complete a moderation report for that school
  • develop exemplars and
  • update assessment documents for teachers.

The skills we are also looking for include:

  • management of people in a high performing team environment  
  • national or regional creditability as an educational professional
  • close links with other Physics teachers, e.g. a member of the New Zealand Institute of Physics
  • ability to follow policies and procedures.

This is an exciting and career-enhancing opportunity. As a National Assessment Moderator you will have the opportunity to work with other moderators to ensure fair, valid and consistent assessment against national standards. You will also be required to write documents that are regularly published on our web site.

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

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

and recent experience with moderation of assessment judgements in a school setting. Please state the supporting subjects you could work in.

NZQA may consider locations other than Wellington with 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 Gerda Smith on 04 463 4214.

Applications close at 5.00 pm on Wednesday 26 September 2018.