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Posted on 22 June, 2022
Kia ora e te whānau
With rain on the horizon, Hiwa, on THIS SATURDAY in Whakatū, will now be held at our wet weather venue, Broadgreen Intermediate Hall, 193 Nayland Rd.
But the rain will not dampen the fun! Come along and join us! On from 10am to 3pm.
Awesome lineup of entertainment, kai stalls, local businesses and cooking demos. Also, heaps of advice and info on health, housing, employment and training. Giveaways too! Check out the event listing on our Facebook page for more info.
Gonna be fun - Hei reira!
Posted on 20 June, 2022
Could you be our next admin superstar?
Te Kotahi o Te Tauihu Trust is calling for applications for our Āpihi Whakahaere Mahi - Administrator role.
This can be based anywhere in the rohe and is a fulltime position reporting to the Pouwhakahaere Rauemi.
For a full job description, see below.
To apply, email your CV and cover letter to:
Dr Lorraine Eade, Pouwhakahaere Rauemi
Applications close at 5pm, Thursday, July 7, 2022
Posted on 16 June, 2022
The purpose of this position is to assist whānau independence through meaningful employment. This may also include training opportunities and the development of career pathways to employment.
The two key components of supporting whānau into jobs is the individual/whānau, and employers. Iwi brokers are the bridge between these two components.
Applications close Friday, July 8, 2022
Cover letter and cv to be emailed to Lorraine.Eade@kotahitehoe.org.nz
For more information about this exciting opportunity please refer to the following Position Description.
Posted on 10 June, 2022
Mauri ora e te iwi
A full time 5.5 month fixed term biodiversity role has been confirmed for the DOC Sounds team
If you are interested in this mahi or would like more information please contact Rae Lerew or send your cv and cover letter to email@example.com
Applications close Friday 17th June 2022
with Te Papa Atawhai - DOC Sounds team
Full time - 5.5 months fixed term
Qualities and experience they are looking for :
- Excellent physical resilience and agility. Can comfortably negotiate steep terrain in un-tracked, dense bush.
- Hardworking and motivated
- Good weed/plant identification skills - or else very observant, and willing to learn quickly
- Experience with herbicide use for weed control is desirable
- Thorough and diligent
- Enthusiastic and engaged
- A full driver's license
Send your CV and cover letter to:
Rae Lerew: firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on 9 June, 2022
You can also check out the Trust's web calendar for other Matariki 2022 locations, times, entertainment types and events.