Viticulture and Wine Programme Lead Specialist


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Company: Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology


Uploaded: 09 January 2019

Closes: 21 January 2019

Marlborough - Blenheim

Are you looking for a new and exciting role which strengthens innovative business collaboration and builds supportive community partnerships and networks, with all stakeholders including the 8 Iwi groups of Te Tau Ihu?

The Marlborough region is the country's largest winegrowing area and is at the forefront of New Zealand's wine industry growth, producing 77 percent of the country's wine, with over 168 wine producers and more than 568 independent growers.

NMIT has worked closely with local companies, organisations and industries to develop a full suite of viticulture, winemaking and cellar operations training to support the New Zealand wine industry - from secondary school pathways, through to degree level.

This leadership role will be the first point of contact for the specialism and includes programme liaison with related external stakeholders. By developing strong strategic links and partnerships with industry experts and employers, you will build sustainable relationships that inform and help shape the future of the curriculum delivery, including in offshore markets.

As a Programme Lead Specialist you will join a small and highly-dedicated team of academic and support staff to ensure we drive a culture of innovation and growth in our specialism in Viticulture and Winemaking

You will lead the delivery team to be creative and bold in curriculum delivery. Designing and managing delivery of curriculum to meet industry needs and expectations, enrich digital learning, to ensure training is proactive and responsive to emerging industry trends.

To be successful in the role you will need to provide a deliberate focus on enhancing quality student outcomes and experiences that meet industry needs, where NMIT is recognised for producing work and world-ready graduates.

Position closes on: 21 January 2019.

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