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Published: 22 March, 2019

Data Analyst

Fulltime /Fixed Term - 12 months

Kia hiwa rā!

Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu is the Whānau Ora Commissioning Agency for Te Waipounamu. The commissioning agency model contributes to realising the power of Whānau Ora by developing strategies based on four principles:

  • Kotahitanga - collaborative approach to integrated solutions
  • Kāinga focus - local level solutions by the people for the people
  • Panoni hou - innovative approach to distinctive pathways
  • Kōkiritanga - collaboration with partners

We are currently seeking to engage the services of an experienced Data Analyst to join our team!

The Data Analyst is responsible for providing data analysis against key organisational performance commitments and emergent focused reporting that meet Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu business needs.  This will include providing insight to the business in tracking, designing interventions and to achieve organisational commitments.

In addition this role will work with the formal research and development programme that is being conducted independently by an external evaluator and lead researchers.

The successful candidate will have:

  • A minimum of two years' experience in a Data Analyst role
  • A relevant tertiary qualification
  • Excellent skills and knowledge with Microsoft products specifically Excel, Word and Outlook.
  • Proven competency in data information manipulation and management
  • Extensive knowledge of business planning, reporting, processes and reporting frameworks
  • Experience applying Results Based Accountability
  • Ability to work autonomously but also within a team

Additionally, a requirement is meticulous attention to detail skills!  Combined with someone displaying excellent interpersonal and communication skills, and a high level of professionalism to support the initiatives of this whānau focused organisation.

A working understanding of kaupapa Māori is essential to be able to provide strategic support to the Pouārahi/Chief Executive in engaging with key stakeholders on the strategic direction of Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu.

If you are looking for an exciting and rewarding new opportunity to support the realisation of Whānau Ora, then this role is for you

Published: 6 March, 2019

Nelson City Council


Due to the continuing dry conditions, Nelson City Council has now moved to stage three water restrictions in all urban areas.

Stage three restrictions place a total ban on the use of sprinklers and hoses, but hand watering with buckets and watering cans is still allowed.

As part of the stage three restrictions, Council is taking down the hanging baskets in the inner city and the watering of sports fields will cease (except for high value areas that will be too expensive to replace such as Trafalgar Park and Saxton Oval). Council will be hand watering some gardens and high value heritage trees. We have also reduced our water network flushing programme by 50 percent. The remaining flushing ensures that the water network meets the required level of drinking water standards. Steps are being taken to collect this flushed water for reuse in public spaces.

With no significant rainfall forecast, we ask all residents to comply with these water restrictions in order to protect the water supply for essential use in the longer term. Any further reductions that residents can make on a voluntary basis will be a great help.


Businesses are not included in the current restrictions but are urged to make any water savings they can on a voluntary basis.


For tips on water conservation for your home or property go to the Council’s website www.nelson.govt.nz.


Nelson City Council properties on Tasman District Supply

For the properties near Richmond that are supplied with water from Tasman District Council, please be aware that their water restrictions apply.  Currently they are at Stage Four restrictions, but residents can stay updated with any changes on their website.


This applies to all residential properties adjacent to Champion Road as follows:

  • Boysenberry Way
  • Champion Road
  • Childs Way
  • Daelyn Drive
  • Fullford Drive
  • Hill Street North
  • Iti Lane
  • John Sutton Place
  • Joyce Place
  • Kakano Lane
  • Kapurangi Avenue
  • Kingi Place
  • Mako Street
  • Marino Grove
  • Marionberry Lane
  • Ngati Rarua Street
  • Taranaki Place

Published: 6 March, 2019

Christchurch City Council Community Resilience Partnership Fund


Applications can be accepted to this fund at any time.


Community Resilience Partnership Fund criteria

The objectives of the fund are to invest in initiatives which contribute to community resilience through meeting the following criteria:

  • Build community connection and activation
  • Are community-led and build on existing community strengths and reflect local context
  • Strengthen the capacity and capability of communities
  • Create collaborative ways of working
  • Encourage innovation and creativity and encourage and enable social enterprise
  • Remove barriers to participation and resilience.

Note: Funding cannot be used for: specialised mental health services or services to individuals; universal health promotion activities that replicate the "All Right" campaign and projects that are considered to be the primary responsibility of a Council, a central government agency or another agency.

Submit a proposal

Organisations who wish to apply to the Community Resilience Partnership Fund are required to complete a two stage process.

The first stage is to submit a brief proposal. The proposal needs to include the following information:

  • A clear explanation of how your project aligns to the criteria of the Community Resilience Partnership Fund
  • The level of funding being requested
  • A project timeline and budget (including confirmation of any funds raised) 
  • Name and contact details for further information.
  • Attach a copy of your most recent annual accounts - if more than 12 months old also supply a recent financial update 

Successful proposals to the Community Resilience Partnership fund will then be invited on to a second stage for a more in-depth assessment.

Unsuccessful proposals may be declined or referred to more suitable sources of funding.

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