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Published: 20 May, 2019

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Published: 20 May, 2019

Whakatū Marae

Job Vacancy

Whakatū Marae is seeking a Kaimahi-a-iwi position. This position will require a high level of
understanding and comfort to work with in a kaupapa Māori setting; Te reo me ona tikanga will be
an advantage in working with whānau and our vulnerable youth
.
Kaimahi-a-iwi position will carry the responsibility of
- Supporting Rangatahi and their whānau to strengthen relationships
- Supporting Rangatahi in court ordered plans with special bail conditions
- Supporting Rangatahi through FGC (family group conference) plans
- Guiding Rangatahi into a brighter future
- Helping Rangatahi to seek their own potential
We require you to:
Have a good understanding of working with and for Māori in a marae setting
Have a good understanding of working with and for Māori in the community
Have a broad knowledge base of youth work, using aroha and manaakitanga
Have appropriate tertiary qualification and/or experience
Demonstrate a willingness to either strengthen or gain knowledge of Te Reo me ona
tikanga
Be self-motivated and be able to work as part of our team
Demonstrate a working relationship with other agencies
Be Smokefree to comply with Whakatū Marae policies and funding requirements
Pass vetting requirements
Have a full and clean drivers license
Application forms and Job Descriptions available from Whakatū Marae 03 54 69097 or email;
Aloma.Shearer@whakatumarae.co.nz
Application closes 5.00pm Friday 31 May 2019

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Published: 20 May, 2019

Te Putahitanga o Te Waipounamu

Job Opportunity

Financial Controller - Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu

 

 

Fixed Term / Full Time

Christchurch

 

Kia hiwa rā!

We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Financial Controller to join our team at Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu!

Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu is a Limited Liability Partnership formed by the nine iwi of Te Waipounamu. The organisation is a vehicle through which whānau are enabled to pursue their aspirations for health and wellbeing.

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

  • Kotahitanga - collaborative approach to integrated solutions and delivery
  • Kāinga focus - local solutions. Whānau initiated solutions are best.
  • Panoni hou - innovation through investing in new solutions, encouraging social innovation and entrepreneurship to incentivise new services, new approaches and integrated solutions
  • Kōkiritanga - partnering for success

 

The primary focus of the Financial Controller is to support Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu in fulfilling planning, reporting, monitoring and compliance requirements.    The role includes various support functions to the wider team, with a focus on the financial management of the organization.

  • Preparation of month end accounts including performance analysis and commentaries
  • Involvement in the budgeting and business planning
  • Preparation of rolling forecasts and modelling
  • Quarterly financial analysis and reporting of actual versus budget variances
  • Working with the operations team to improve business processes & systems
  • Contribute to the financial year end processes and audit

 

The Financial Controller is responsible for maintaining and strengthening appropriate accounting and reporting processes within Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu, ensuring the authenticity of financial reports and analysis of financial data.

 

You will engage in a variety of set tasks; however, you will also be required to assist your Te Pūtahitanga Team members as and when needed. Being able to effectively time manage and prioritise your mahi will be crucial to your success in this role.

 

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

 

To apply please follow the link below and apply online. For further information and confidential enquiries, please contact Megan Te Kahu, Advisor - Toi Tangata on 03 394 0116.

 

Nau mai, haere mai, tauti mai!

 

Job Details

 

  • Reference # 14142
  • Posted on 17 May 2019
  • Closes on 02 Jun 2019 12:00
  • Expertise : Finance and Insurance
  • Work type(s): Fixed term full-time
  • More details (document)
  • Financial Controller PD.pdf

Published: 20 May, 2019

Kaiwhakaharere Kapupapa (Portfolio Manager) - Māori Maternal and Child Health

Permanent full-time position

Location: Nelson

 

Bring your health background, facilitation skills and commitment to Māori maternal and child health to Nelson Marlborough DHB. Programmes of action include Safe Sleep, Smoke Free, Immunisation, Healthy Homes, Oral Health, Hauora Direct Warrant of Fitness and much, much more.

 

https://nmdhb.careercentre.net.nz/Job/Kaiwhakaharere-Kapupapa-Portfolio-Manager-Maori-Maternal-and-Child-Health/Nelson-Hospital/14689

Published: 20 May, 2019

Two new Whānau Ora Directors appointed to Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu

Two new Whānau Ora Directors appointed to Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu

 

Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu Taumata (iwi stakeholder board) has appointed two new board directors to the governance board, the General Partner Limited Board (GPL).

Today the Whānau Ora Commissioning Agency for the South Island, Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu, held a whakatau to welcome Tā Mark Solomon and Sally Pitama who have been appointed as directors to the GPL Board.

 

GPL Chair Trevor Taylor says, “Our new directors bring significant expertise to their roles. Their contribution to the governance of Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu will be invaluable as we endeavour to extend reach and coverage right across Te Waipounamu, in serving the interests of whānau.

“We look forward to a strengthened GPL with our full contingent of five members, as we continue to work with the Minister for Whānau Ora to influence and grow the significant impact of Whānau Ora which needs to happen within the wider Government and philanthropic sector”.

 

Tā Mark Solomon (Ngāi Tahu, Ngati Kurī), was born and raised in Christchurch where he lives there with his wife Maria, their children and extended whānau. Tā Mark served as kaiwhakahaere (chairperson) of Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu, the tribal council of Ngāi Tahu, for approximately 18 years, from 1998 until December 2016. Solomon continues to act in various directorship roles including as chair of the Canterbury District Health Board.

 

Tā Mark is also the South Island representative on the interim, Te Roopu, The Māori advisory group to the Government’s joint venture on family violence and sexual violence. Tā Mark has been a strong advocate in Te Waipounamu for Tū Pono: Te Mana Kaha o te Whānau, a whānau-driven movement that has a focus to explore ways of enabling a stronger Māori response to reduce and eliminate family harm/violence.

 

“Our moemoeā back in 2013 was for all the tribes of Te Waipounamu to come together as one, for the single-most important pursuit of our time, investing in our whānau. We always knew that we were stronger together. I am so pleased to be back doing what I love best, serving the aspirations of our whānau”.

Sally Pitama (Hotu Mamoe, Ngāi Tahu, Ngāti Toa) works as a Te Runanga o Ngāi Tahu Refugee and Migrant Sector Advocate. In her role as multi-cultural advisor, Sally has played an integral part in the establishment of the Migrant Inter-Agency group, set up in 2011. She has also worked in advisory roles offering insights to a wide range of groups such as Canterbury Family Violence Collaboration and in social impact projects such as Kai Baskets.

 

“The experiences we as Ngāi Tahu, as Waitaha, as Aotearoa have been through over these last weeks has been both harrowing and unifying” said Taua Sally. “The common call for kotahitanga has extended across ethnic, cultural, religious and national divides, and instead brought us all much closer together. In the sphere of Whānau Ora, the expression of manaakitanga is a vital platform for change. I am so proud to be part of this movement forward”.

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