He kaupapa rangatira
He kaupapa wairua
He kaupapa tika!
He kōingo āu?
He whakapono āu?
He pūkenga āu, ki te whakatinana i te tūranga nei, Pou Tairangahau?
He whakapā noa tēnei mō te tūranga Pou Tairangahau, kei te wātea i roto i te Tari a rohe o Tāmaki Makaurau.
Ko tā te Pou Tairangahau mahi, he whakakotahi i te hapori Māori me Te Papa Atawhai i roto i te whakaaro kotahi, me pēhea e taea te whakatinana i ō tātou wawata i roto i te tirohanga kaitiakitanga o te ao tūroa me ōna rawa.
This is a significant role where you have an opportunity to lead the Auckland Region’s approach to growing conservation with our Treaty Partners.
The Pou Tairangahau’s focus is to develop initiatives, projects and ventures with whānau, hapū, and iwi partners which will grow conservation. In addition, the Pou Tairangahau will be responsible for:
To be successful in the role you will be fluent in te Reo Māori me ōna tikanga, have a strong knowledge of tikanga Māori, kaitiakitanga, wairuatanga, manaakitanga and iwitanga, excellent written and oral communication skills, and be highly skilled in people-based relationships. You will also be comfortable engaging and working in partnership with iwi and tangata whenua and demonstrate an understanding of the implications of the Treaty on today’s society and conservation.
Please apply online. Applications must include a cover letter, CV and evidence of the required capabilities as per the role description.
Eligibility to work in New Zealand is mandatory, including a valid work visa covering the whole period of employment if applying internationally.
For any queries, please contact Andrew Baucke, email@example.com or telephone 027 281 5638, quoting vacancy 400/9620
Applications close at 5pm, Monday 12 November 2018
DOC is committed to a diverse workforce that represents the communities we serve, and to creating an inclusive workplace culture.