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Published: 20 October, 2021

Full time field-based apprentice position with Vector Free Marlborough for a Te Ātiawa o Te Waka-a-Maui Whānau member

Full time field-based apprentice position with Vector Free Marlborough for a Te Ātiawa o Te Waka-a-Maui Whānau member

Vector Free Marlborough is looking for a motivated, and keen apprentice (17yrs+) to join its predator field team in work across Te Tau Ihu.

This person would be undertaking various Predator related tasks, mostly field based and needing to be away from Blenheim working on the Westcoast for 7 to 10 days, then back to home for the break off.

No experience required.

See the attached for more information.

Full time field-based apprentice position with Vector Free Marlborough for a Te Ātiawa o Te Waka-a-Maui Whānau member Vector Free Role - (382 KB Adobe Acrobat PDF file) »

Published: 15 October, 2021

Te Ātiawa o Te Waka a Māui - Communication Manager

Te Ātiawa o Te Waka a Māui - Communication Manager

Te Ātiawa o Te Waka-a-Māui Trust

Communications Manager

Position Description

 Position Overview:

This position will drive communications activities for several diverse portfolios of our Iwi Trust. The role requires a sound knowledge of the full communications toolkit from brand strategy to social media content and everything in-between. Knowledge in capturing and compiling visual and digital platforms is also sought within this role.  

This role requires Māori cultural awareness, a competence in Te reo Māori along with a confidence in cultural contexts. Our preferred candidate will have, or be willing to develop, an affinity with Te Ātiawa and will be passionate about our people and our environment. 

This full-time permanent position will be based at the Trust office in Waikawa, Waitohi/Picton and work across the Te Ātiawa community of Te Tauihu.

The Role:

The Communications Manager is responsible to skilfully develop and effectively implement the Communications Plan for the Trust. The role is critical to: 

·Build content and communication forums to inform, involve and motivate iwi and key audiences on the development of the Trust organisation

·Work collaboratively across the organisation to ensure delivery of quality and timely communications that capture and promote iwi activities

·Develop, manage and monitor communication formats such as print, website, social media and digital forums that are coordinated, cohesive and consistent

·Support the development, recording and publication of iwi content around a  range of contexts

·Support the implementation of appropriate Te reo Māori and Te Ao Māori into communications processes.

·Devise communications that build strong, respectful relationships internally as well as with external organisations

The Ideal Applicant:

We seek an applicant who:

·Is enthusiastic, innovative and creative with a ‘can do’ approach

·Demonstrates the ability to interact effectively within a Māori context and across all age groups from tamariki to kaumātua

·Encourages and supports people to share and bring their stories to life

·Portrays excellent verbal and written communication skills, in both Te reo Māori and English

· Demonstrates excellent recording and editing skills in order to produce creative digital, social media and print content to support communications plans.

·Has a positive solution focused approach with the ability to work as part of a team, to required timelines and budget

·Professional always, in both your manner, language and appearance

·Open-minded and respectful of others

·Has proven successful experience working in the communications sector.

·Possesses a relevant qualification in the Communications field - an advantage.

Our People and Place:

Te Ātiawa o te Waka-a-Māui Trust advocates for and represents those who, by whakapapa, are the members of the Trust. The Trust operates within the northern area of Te Waipounamu, the South Island, and information on the Trust along with its objectives and founding values can be found on the website https://www.teatiawatrust.co.nz

As with all of the Trust’s personnel, the Communications Manager plays an important role in contributing to the Trust achieving its strategic priorities, thus fostering iwi confidence and supporting Trustees’ effective governance.

The successful applicant will be living in one of the most idyllic parts of Aotearoa, a place rich in outdoor ventures made up of an abundance of land and sea experiences to both challenge and calm you. Wrapped around this you will be working alongside an iwi who extol in extending the true essence of manaakitanga and whanaungatanga - all of this offers an excellent work/life balance.

Please send your CV & cover letter to office@teatiawatrust.co.nz by 12 November 2021

Nō reira, nau mai, haere mai, tono mai rā.

Published: 8 October, 2021

Senior Advisor, Te Kurutao - Te Tauihu - Kāinga Ora - Homes and Communities Careers

Senior Advisor, Te Kurutao - Te Tauihu

  • Do you have the ability to engage & effectively communicate with people?
  • Exciting opportunity to work closely with Te Kotahi o Te Tauihu Charitable Trust
  • Full time, fixed term/secondment opportunity (until December 2022) at $117,000 salary + 5 weeks' annual leave (pro rata)

Mō mātou - Our Organisation

At Kāinga Ora, ours is the important responsibility of transforming New Zealand's housing choices, outcomes and the entire housing sector by creating homes and communities that allow New Zealanders to thrive.

What is exciting about working for Kāinga Ora is getting the chance to make a real and positive impact on New Zealanders' lives. With skills, planning and purposeful action, our people are creating the homes and neighbourhoods that will build the future of Aotearoa.

We are passionate about transforming New Zealand for the better. That includes being a trusted partner for Māori and iwi, protecting and enabling their rights, interests and aspirations under the guidance of Te Tiriti o Waitangi.

Ko tā mātou mahi -  Our Role

As Senior Advisor, you will support the Regional Manager Te Kurutao to develop and foster key Māori partner relationships within Te Tauihu region, including providing cultural support and guidance to the regional team and management of Māori engagement.

In addition, you'll support multiple project deliverables, including the implementation of Māori build partner opportunities and regional papakāinga initiatives, and implement policy and strategy frameworks developed through Te Kurutao Centre of Excellence for Māori Outcomes.

This role offers the unique opportunity to work closely with Te Kotahi o Te Tauihu Charitable Trust to ensure Kāinga Ora are supporting and meeting the objectives of the Trust.

Ngā pūmanawatanga ōu - What you will bring

  • You'll have a background of working with Māori organisations, and an enthusiasm for empowering and enhancing Māori capacity and capability to deliver on identified projects
  • You'll have a sound knowledge and understanding of contemporary dynamics of Māori housing, with experience working with Māori in housing or similar settings
  • You'll be competent in tikanga Māori, and confident operating in a wide range of Māori environments. Ideally you will have a good grounding in Te Reo Māori
  • You will be adept at growing the organisation's cultural competence to deliver impactful outcomes in partnership with Māori
  • Naturally, you'll have an inherent understanding of the implications of Te Tiriti o Waitangi, and its respective interpretations by iwi/hapū.

Nōu te rourou - What's in it for you?  

We offer competitive salaries, five weeks' annual leave and a benefits package including a range of insurances, flexible working arrangements and career development. These benefits are described in more detail here https://careers.kaingaora.govt.nz/a-great-place-to-work/benefits

As a Kāinga Ora - Homes and Communities employee, we want to make sure that you have all the tools and support you need. We want to ensure you are healthy and have work-life balance. We also want to support and grow your personal and career development through on-the-job learning, training courses, secondments and study opportunities. 

Ō Tātou Uara - Our Values

Our values were developed by us, for us. They unite us as an organisation and guide how we work every day. Our values are:

  • Manaakitanga - People at the Heart
  • Mahi Tahi - Better Together
  • Whanake - Be Bold

Tūhono mai - Join us

To view the position description and apply for this role, please follow the online process via http://careers.kaingaora.govt.nz. Please note: all applicants, including existing employees, need to follow this process. If you have any questions, please contact the recruitment team via Kaingaora.recruit@kaingaora.govt.nz

Applications close on Wednesday 27th October 2021.

We value diversity and are committed to working with each other and our customers in an inclusive and respectful way. We welcome applicants from all walks of life and appreciate the richness of experience that your point of difference brings to the organisation.

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