Victoria University Te Ātiawa o Te Waka-a-Māui Award (2 Science Scholarships)

Two Scholarship opportunities for registered Te Ātiawa Trust students studying towards a Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Science (Hons) at Victoria University of Wellington. The scholarship is available for online application during March 2021 (to be advertised by Te Ātiawa Trust email blast in early March 2021) by using the following link to access the scholarship detail. The closing date for applications is 31 March 2021

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Published: 25 February, 2021

Data Analyst, Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu

 

Data Analyst, Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu

Published: 12/02/2021
Job Location: Christchurch / New Zealand Job Type: Fixed Term Work Type: Full Time Category: IT

Kia hiwa rā

Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu is the Whānau Ora Commissioning Agency for the South Island. Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu works on behalf of the nine iwi of Te Waipounamu to determine the best ways to support whānau. 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


In this role you will work with the Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu team to collect, collate, and analyse data from agencies, surveys and research reports along with managing and administering the data relevant to the commissioning framework. Interpret analysis and report findings in such a way as to describe the impact of a diverse commissioning approach to multiple stakeholders.
As well as providing data analysis against the achievement of key organisational performance commitments and developing tailored reports that meet the needs of business outcomes within Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu

 
Responsibilities include:

  • Data entry, manipulation and analysis techniques and ability to apply logic and problem-solving skills to utilise and connect data sets.
  • Present analysis in a digestible format for stakeholders, to enable accessible insights and “self-service” where possible.
  • Create and test reporting tools to manage initiative performance
  • Develop, oversee and monitor Survey Monkey database and ensure this is maintained
  • Implement and maintain reporting mechanisms that report performance to senior management and the General Partnership Limited Board
  • Assist the Te Pūtahitanga team with quarterly and annual reporting


You will have:

  • A relevant tertiary qualification or related work experience
  • Demonstrated confidence in data manipulation and management across the MS office suite
  • Knowledge of, or a willingness to learn te reo Māori and tikanga which is necessary as part of the role.
  • Knowledge of Results Based Accountability.
  • Familiarity with Power BI.
  • Experience with NVivo and SPSS an advantage.
  • Experience generating performance measures and producing reports for external stakeholders.


If you are highly communicative, meticulous and detailed can provide insight into key trends and issues and can build cooperative relationships then we want to hear from you.

For confidential enquiries, please contact Chan Collin 0275 401 027 or Sacha Mac Donald 027 386 9288 or alternatively you must apply with your cover letter and resume.

Applications close 28th February 2021

 

Chilli Factor Recruitment Software Jobs and Careers

 

HR Advisor

Published: 12/02/2021
Job Location: Christchurch / New Zealand Job Type: Fixed Term Work Type: Part Time Category: HR & Recruitment

Human Resources Advisor

Fixed term / Part time

Kia hiwa rā

Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu is the Whānau Ora Commissioning Agency for the South Island. Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu works on behalf of the nine iwi of Te Waipounamu to determine the best ways to support whānau. 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


In this busy part time role, you will provide HR support to the Senior Leadership team with the objective of maximizing staff satisfaction and therefore operational efficiency. Using HR best practice and current employment regulations maintain accurate HR records, provide recruitment and performance management advice to ensure we are getting the best from our team.

The Human Resources Advisor will play a key role in supporting staff to access the appropriate professional development to align with a Whānau Ora, therefore an understanding of the commissioning model being whanau centred whanau focused approach would be essential to be effective in this position.

Responsibilities include:

  • Review of HR processes and advice senior management on policies and consistent implementation
  • Input into effective employee management strategies and processes.
  • Provide thorough and staged recruitment processes and advice
  • Support the finance team with the effective administration of the payroll process.
  • Support the senior leadership team to develop and implement a framework of professional development for all employees.
  • Investigate options to enable staff to acquire competence and confidence in working with whanau
  • Input into the H&S strategy to ensure a safe working environment for all
  • Act as a role model to all staff, communicating and gaining acceptance of our vision, goals and organisational values.


You will have:

  • A relevant tertiary qualification or related work experience
  • An effective communication style
  • Demonstrated knowledge of the Employment Relations Act, and related legislation to ensure HR best practice
  • Ability to develop and deliver new HR initiatives and programmes of work
  • A commitment and alignment to a diverse and inclusive culture for both staff and members
  • Knowledge of the commissioning model and Whānau Ora would be a definite advantage.
  • Proven leadership and relationship management skills.
  • Strong analytical skills – able to think clearly, define problems well, gather all necessary information to analyse issues and produce thorough, objective and sound advice
  • Competency in Te Reo Maori me ona tikanga and a willingness to develop these


Are you an HR specialist looking for a change? With the opportunity to work for a unique and valued organisation where no two days will be the same, then we want to hear from you.

For confidential enquiries, please contact Chan Collin 0275 401 027 or Sacha Mac Donald 027 386 9288 or alternatively you must apply with your cover letter and resume.

Applications close 28th February 2021

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Published: 17 February, 2021

Senior Advisor Te Puni Kokiri

Te Tai Hauāuru Regional Office

Te Puni Kōkiri (Ministry of Māori Development) is a government agency that works within government and communities to achieve our vision of Thriving Whānau. We are committed to ensuring that the wellbeing of whānau, hapū and iwi is central to the future wellbeing of Aotearoa (New Zealand).

Do you have energy, passion, creativity and a vision to break new ground?  Are you a natural connector, analytical thinker and strategic navigator?

In Te Tai Hauauru, we are one teamone rohe, and we are looking for 6 new team members.  We have both Senior and Regional Advisor opportunities across Te Tai Hauāuru.  These role can be located in any of our regional tari (offices) Whanganui, New Plymouth, Taumarunui, Porirua and Nelson.

 

What will you be doing as a Senior Advisor?

  • Leading work with agencies, organisations and providers to assist them to improve their outcomes for Māori.
  • Acting as an effective conduit for information both into and out of Māori communities to support Māori initiatives.
  • Managing and analysing information at a local level on Māori views, aspirations and experiences, to contribute to the development of Te Puni Kōkiri policy thinking.
  • Assisting whānau, hapū, iwi, Māori organisation's and communities to develop and implement initiatives that will enable them to achieve long-term economic and social development.
  • Managing local level contractual arrangements and be a leader in the relationships held with stakeholders.
  • Providing mentoring and coaching to Regional Advisors in the region.
  • Informing investment decisions in partnership with the Investment Team and policy colleagues.

 

What will you be doing as a Regional Advisor?

  • Assisting whānau, hapū, iwi, Māori organisations and Māori communities to develop and implement initiatives that build rangatahi capability to enable them to achieve long-term success and prosperity. 
  • Facilitating regional partnerships and to work with stakeholders across the iwi, public and private sectors.
  • Contributing to regional work programmes including leading and providing policy advice across a range of project related issues significant to Māori and Government.

 

Does this sound like you?

  • An ability to translate community experiences and knowledge into the creation of fit for purpose government operational policy.
  • An adaptable team player experienced in working in high performing physical and virtual cross functional teams.
  • Passion for knowledge, open to learning new things and comfortable with a changing environment.
  • Experience in community development working with whānau, hapū, iwi, Māori organisation's and Māori communities.
  • Comfort in working in a tikanga/kaupapa Māori environment, a degree of fluency in Te Reo Māori is of benefit.
  • Ability to identify, build and actively manage significant relationships, valuing diverse perspectives and experiences.
  • Proven experience working in either a public or private sector environment.
  • Demonstrate effective use of project management disciplines to support work.
  • Understand the relevance of the Treaty of Waitangi to the work being undertaken.
  • Experience in working with local iwi, hapū and whānau Maori.
  • Experience in using a whānau centred approach to service delivery.
  • Well-developed communication skills, both oral and written.
  • A clean full motor vehicle driver's licence.

 

What will you get in return?

A diverse and rewarding working environment full of passionate people focussed on discovering solutions that will assist in serving our communities. We are guided by our values of excellence, valuing people and relationships, working collectively and being creative and innovative.

We invest in our people, and you will be encouraged to develop and contribute to your fullest potential. We believe strongly in work/life balance and understand that your whānau is just as important as you. We are committed to your wellbeing and learning and development.

 

Applications close on Friday 26 February 2021. Apply now https://careers.tpk.govt.nz/recruiter/

Please note you must be a NZ citizen or have permanent residency to be considered for this role.

 

 

https://careers.tpk.govt.nz/jobdetails?ajid=aPrf7

 

Published: 4 February, 2021

ZEALANDIA Te Māra a Tāne - Youth Collective start-up project: recruitment now open

2021 Youth Collective info:

 

The Zealandia Youth Collective is open to rangatahi aged 15-18 in the Wellington region. It’s free to take part and this includes travel costs, food and all activities. By getting involved they’ll have the opportunity to learn more about taiao|nature, meet new people, develop new skills and collaboratively create ideas to inspire others to connect with the environment. It’s great for rangatahi looking to build their CV. To be selected they don’t already need to have lots of experience or passion, just an interest in trying new things, as we’re keen to support people from diverse backgrounds.

 

The rōpū will meet twice a month (on a Wednesday evening and a Saturday) and they’ll be the opportunity to go on an overnight weekend trip, as well as a four day project in the July school holidays.

 

More information, including the application form, can be found here . Deadline for applications is Thursday 11th February.

Published: 3 February, 2021

Māori Education Trust 2021 Scholarship Programme is open

The Māori Education Trust 2021 Scholarship Programme is open and offers scholarships to Māori secondary school and tertiary students who meet the respective scholarship’s criteria. 

 

The 2020 Secondary Scholarship Programme is made up of the following scholarships:

 

  • Edward Carlton Holmes Memorial Scholarship
  • Māori Education Trust Year 10 to 13 Scholarship
  • RJ Graham Scholarship
  • Rose Hellaby Scholarship
  • Sister Anne Henry Scholarship
  • Tī Maru Māori Trust Secondary Boarding Scholarship
  • VW & LM Rosier Scholarship

Māori Education Trust 2021 Scholarship Programme is open 2021 Secondary Flyer - (450 KB Adobe Acrobat PDF file) »

Published: 28 January, 2021

Marlborough Youth trust

WELCOME to 2021

 

CACTUS Term 1 2021.
Registrations are open now and are available on our website or email Sarah on staff@myt.org.nz.

BEACHFEST youth event.
Come and have some fun reconnecting with your friends, bring your jandals, hawaiian shirt, night swimming, awesome Dj & dancing going on.
Tickets are available online with eventfinda or here at MYSPACE.

There is a bus leaving MYSPACE on Friday 12th Feb to Picton for $2 a seat...book your seat with Rory & Soni on events@myt.org.nz or pop into MYSPACE

YOUTH EMPLOYABILITY PROGRAM
Max & Soni are taking names now for any youth keen to engage with this 8 week program, contact Max on yep@myt.org.nz