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Pourūruku Rāngai Māori o Toi Mai – General Manager Māori

Job details

Organisation
Workforce Development Councils/Ohu Mahi
Closes
22 May 2022
Region
National, Auckland, Wellington
Work type
Full time employment
Work classification
Education & Development

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Tirohia te reo Pākehā o raro iho nei

 

Kia toi te mahi hangarau 

Kia toi te mahi auaha 

Kia toi te ira tāngata

Ko ngā toi Māori ka puta 

E kōkō ko Toi Mai ē! 

Turuturu o whiti whakamaua kia tina! Tina! 

Haumi ē! Hui ē! Tāiki ē!

E ngāi pūkenga nui, e ngāi pūkenga roa, e ngāi pūkenga rau, uea mai, aro mai ki tēnei karanga. Ko tēnei karanga e kawe ana i tēnei kaupapa whakahirahira me te tono hoki kia hono mai ā-pūkenga, ā-whakapapa, ā-ngākau ki tō mātou o Toi Mai taha kia keria rawatia nei e tātou tēnei ara hou. Kāti rā, tēnā rā koutou.

E manawawera ana koe ki ngā mahi auahatanga, ki te ao ahurea, ki ngā mea hangarau, ki ngā hākinakina, ki ngā mahi a te rēhia rānei hoki? Ā, e pīrangi ana koe ki te tautoko i tētehi tōpūtanga hou me te wawata kia whakarite ai i te ohu mahi ki ngā pūkenga e tika ai mā rātou kia tomokia rawatia ki ngā mahi o te ao tūroa i āianei, hei te anamata hoki?

Ko Toi Mai, koia ko te Ohu Mahi (Workforce Development Council) hou e kawea nei te haepapa o ngā ahumahi o te Auahatanga, o te Ahurea, o te Hākinakina, Mahi a te rēhia rānei, o te Hangarau Matihiko hoki. Koia, e kimi ana i tētehi kaimātai raraunga kia mahi ki roto i te tima Kitenga Rautaki me ngā Kawekawe. Tuhuratia ngā mōhiohio mō ngā kawenga mahi o te Ohu Ahumahi i konei www.ohumahi.nz

 

Te āhua o te tūranga

He tūnga nunui tēnei mō Toi Mai, ā, he whāinga ahurei hoki ki te whakarite hononga ki ngā iwi Māori kia hanga ai i tētehi ara mahitahi ki te kanorau o te hunga whaipānga ā-roto, ā-waho rā hoki, e kaha anga ana ki te mahi ngātahi, ki te kōkiri me ngā putanga whaipainga e tika ai mō te katoa.

Ko tāu:

  • Hei kawenga haepapa kia kōkirihia ngā kōtuinga ki ngā ahumahi Māori me ngā tōpūtanga ā-iwi, hei tautohu i ngā pūkenga ahumahi o te anamata me ngā matea tō te ohumahi kia whakawhanake ai i ngā āhuatanga e tautoko ai ngā putanga akoranga i te āpōpō o tō ngā rāngai angitū Māori.
  • Hei whāngai kōrero hāpai ki ngā Poumatua, ki te Tumu whakarae, ki te rōpū hautū, ki te hunga whaipānga mō ngā matea pūkenga ahumahi, mō  ngā matea ohumahi, mō ngā pūtea tautoko me ngā whakaritenga herenga e whakaaweawe ai pea i ngā tohu me ngā paerewa.
  • Hei kanohi kitea o te Ohu Mahi i te whānui o ngā huihuinga puta noa i ngā ahumahi, i ngā ratonga, i ngā pakihi Māori me ērā o ngā ahumahi ā-iwi, i ngā tōpūtanga Māori ā-motu me te Kāwanatanga hoki.

He kōwhiringa tāu ki te mahi i tētehi o ō mātou tari e rua kei Te Whanganui-a-Tara, kei Tāmakimakaurau, kei tawhiti rānei.

 

Ngā tino pūkenga/wheako

E tohea ai tēnei kōwhiringa e koe:

  • He tino wheako ki ngā mahinga tahitanga me te whai hononga ki te hunga whaipānga Māori me te āheinga ki te toro atu, ki te poipoi i ngā hononga hoki ki te whānui o te hunga whaipānga kei ngā taumata o runga.
  • He pai ake mehemea e matatau ana ki te reo Māori
  • He wheako ki te whakahāngai rautaki ki ngā whakahaerenga pakihi, koia hoki ko te kawenga o ngā pūtea tautoko
  • He tino mōhiotanga, he tino wheako hoki ki ngā wawata me ngā matea o ngā ākonga Māori
  • He mātanga kaihautū tangata, ā, he āheinga ki te poipoi i tētehi tima e pērā rawa te kaha o ngā mahi
  • He rongonga e whakatūturu ai i tāu nā hautūtanga o ngā kaupapa whīwhiwhi.

Kia mārama mai, e kimi ana mātou i tētehi nōna te hiahia ki te mahi i tētehi kaupapa e nui ake i a ia; koia tētehi e pono rawa ana ki te hāpai i ngā uri whakatupu. Ka puāwai koe i ngā mahinga hurihanga, i ngā ara hou o te mahi, i ngā whakaaro hou, i te mahi tahi, i te whakanui rerekētanga me te mahi pārekareka.

 

He tūnga tangata...

E tika ana, he mea nui ngā pūkenga me ngā wheako mahi, hoi anō, ehara i te mea he nui ake i a koe. Mō te tangata tēnei mahi, nā reira me whai tangata kia tutuki pai ai ngā mahi. Nō reira, ko ngā pūkenga ka rua, ko koe hei tangata me tō katoa ka tahi, mauria mai koe ki tēnei mahi, mauria mai koutou ko tō rahi, ko rātou kua huri atu, ko rātou i āianei, ko rātou hoki e whai ake ā muri, koinā rā tā mātou e kimi ai.

 

Are you passionate about creativity, culture, technology, sport or recreation and want to support a new organisation whose goal is to ensure the workforce of Aotearoa has the skills it needs for the world of work today, and for the future?

Toi Mai, the new Workforce Development Council (WDC) responsible for the Creative, Cultural, Recreation and Technology sectors, is looking for a Poururuku Rāngai Māori – General Manager Māori. More information about the role of Toi Mai and Workforce Development Councils can be found here at www.toimai.nz 

 

Te āhua o Te Tūrunga – The nature of the position

This is a critical position for Toi Mai and a unique opportunity to strategically engage with Māori and develop partnerships with a diverse range of stakeholders both internal and external, driving collaboration, advocacy and mutually beneficial outcomes. 

You will:

  • Be responsible for leading the engagement with Māori industry and iwi organisations to identify future industry skills and workforce needs to improve the way learning outcomes contribute to the future Māori success of the sectors. 
  • Provide expert advice to the Poumatua, Chief Executive, leadership team and stakeholders on future industry skills and workforce needs, funding and regulatory requirements that may impact qualifications and standards. 
  • Represent the WDC in a variety of forums across industry, providers, industry specific iwi and Māori business, national Māori organisations and Government.

You can be based in our Wellington or Auckland office or remotely.

 

Ngā tino Pūkenga/Wheako – Skills/experiences for the role

To be a contender for this opportunity you will need:

  • Strong experience in whakawhanaungatanga with Māori stakeholders and the ability to engage and maintain relationships with a wide variety of hapori, whānau, hapū, iwi and other stakeholders at a senior level
  • A high degree of fluency in te reo Māori and lived experience in Te Ao Māori
  • Experience aligning strategy with business operations including managing funding 
  • In depth knowledge and experience of the aspirations and needs of Māori learners
  • Exceptional people leadership and ability to cultivate a high performing team
  • A proven track record in leading complex projects.

Ultimately, we are looking for someone who wants to work on something bigger than themselves; someone who is genuinely interested in helping future generations. You’ll thrive on transformation, new ways of working, new ideas, collaborating and celebrating difference, and having fun.

 

He tūnga tangata...

Although skill set is important, it is not as important as you. This work is about people and requires people to get the work done. Hence, not only are we looking for experience, but also who you are as a person, bringing yourself as well as those who stand with you past, present and future. 

 

How to apply

Te tono

Poururuku Rāngai Māori – General Manager Māori - Ohumahi (careercentre.net.nz)

Tēnā tono mai, ki te hiahia ki tētehi whakamāramatanga tūnga mahi, ki te whakarite i tētehi uiui muna rānei tuku īmēra ki recruitment@wdc.nz.

I tō reta tono, whakamāramatia mai, whakaahuatia mai hoki āu nā mahi i te rāngai Auahatanga, i te rāngai Ahurea, i te rāngai mahi Hangarau Matihiko, i te rāngai mahi Hākinakina, Mahi a te rēhia rānei, ā, me pēwhea rā ērā koe e kawe mai ai ki āu nā mahi i Toi Mai.

Tūhuratia ngā mōhiohio mō mātou, mō ngā kawenga o te Ohu Mahi hoki, ki https://www.toimai.nz

Kia pai te hauora me te waiora o ā mātou nei kaimahi, e huri ana te Ohu Mahi ki tētehi Kaupapa Here Rongoā Araimate e here nei i te katoa o ā mātou kaimahi kia whai, kia mau hoki i tētehi tohu Rongoā Araimate Kōwheori -19, e mōhiotia whānuitia nei hei My Vaccine Pass (CVC), mā tēnei te haerenga tonutanga o āu mahi e pai ai.

 

How to apply

Poururuku Rāngai Māori – General Manager Māori - Ohumahi (careercentre.net.nz)

Please note applications close on Sunday 22nd of May.

To request a position description email recruitment@wdc.nz

In your cover letter, please describe your involvement (inside or outside of work) with the creativity, culture, technology, sport or recreation sectors and how you will bring this to your mahi at Toi Mai. 

Information about us and the role of Workforce Development Councils can be found at https://www.toimai.nz

To ensure the health and wellbeing of our staff, the Workforce Development Councils have a Vaccination Policy which requires all employees to have a Covid-19 Vaccination Certificate, otherwise known as a My Vaccine Pass (CVC) in order commence employment.

 

Written by

Toi Mai

9 May 2022