Pou Tohu | Adviser

  • Company:
    Govt NZ Jobs
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  • Salary:
    negotiable / month
  • Job type:
    Full-Time
  • Posted:
    2 days ago
  • Category:
    Government
  • Job Type: Ongoing – Full Time
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  • Location: Wellington – Wairarapa
  • Date Advertised: 23-OCT-20
  • Job Reference: NZ/2020/74
  • Job Title: Pou Tohu | Adviser
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Pou Tohu – Te Pae Huarewa & Te Toi
Tūranga: 2020/74
Tūranga Pūmau
He Mahi Tūturu
Te Whanga-nui-a-Tara
Te Utu $74,025 – $87,088

 

He ngākau titikaha, he hononga tangata

E hiahia ana koe ki tētahi tūranga matua e whakatairanga ana i te ngākau titikaha, i te hononga tangata ki te whānuitanga atu o te ahurea o Aotearoa?

 

Kōrero mō te tūranga
Ko tā te tīma, Te Pae Huarewa, he tautoko i te Pou Mataaho o Te Pae Huarewa ki te hautū i te rautaki e kīia ana ko Te Arataki. He mema te Pou Mataaho nei o te Tīma Hautū a te Manatū, o Te Kāhui Mataaho, e tāpae ana i te kupu ārahi rautaki, e kawea ai a ngāi Māori, te Tiriti, ngā toi, ngā kaupapa here mō te ahurea me ngā taonga tuku iho, te āhua o te whakatinana me te whakahaere putanga.

He kawenga tā te tīma ki te whai kia noho mai te ahurea Māori ki te iho o tā mātou i mahi ai, ki te whakatō mātauranga ki roto i ā mātou tāngata e kaha ai rātou ki te whakatinana i te tirohanga Māori i roto i tā rātou i mahi ai. I te mahi ngātahi tonu a te Manatū Taonga ki ētahi atu kia kaha ake ai te kawenga, ka mahi Te Pae Huarewa ki te pou hoa haere kōtui e puta ai he hua.

 

Kōrero mōu
E kimi ana mātou i tētahi tangata whai pūmanawa e kohara nui ana ki ngā take Māori, e mātau ana ki Te Tiriti o Waitangi, ki ōna mātāpono me āna kawenga. Me mōhio tonu koe ki Te Ao Maori, me whai pūkenga hoki ki te reo me ngā tikanga Māori, me hiahia rānei koe ki te whakapakari i ēnei.

Kia hira tonu ō pūkenga whakapāpā, kia kamakama ki te tāpae whakamāherehere kounga tiketike me te kōrero ārahi, ki te tautoko i te whanaketanga o te āheinga ahurea o Te Ao Maori.

Ko wai mātou
He manatū iti tonu te Manatū Taonga, he mana whānui tōna, he toronga whānui, he manawa nui hoki tōna. Kei tōna 140 ngā kaimahi, he hīroki, he papatahi te hanganga whakahaere, ko te pai o tēnei ko te mōhiotia o te ingoa o tēnā, o tēnā. 

He whānui ā mātou mahi – he maha ngā whakahaere o Aotearoa mō te toi, te ao pāpāho, te taonga tuku iho me te hākinakina e tautokohia ana e mātou; ka ārahi anō mātou i te kāwanatanga mō ngā take ahurea, ka tāpae rauemi hoki mō te hītori me te taonga tuku iho hei toro mā te katoa. Mahi ai mātou ki te whakatairanga i te ngākau titikaha me te hononga ahurea, ki te tautoko hoki i ngā iwi o Aotearoa kia hono mai ki te ahurea me ngā taonga tuku iho o Aotearoa.

  • He tūranga hautū tō mātou i te rāngai ahurea. Mahi tahi ai mātou ki ō mātou tari, ki ō mātou hoa kōtui whai tahua ki te āwhina i te tārainga whakawhitinga kōrero mō te ahurea me te taonga tuku iho o Aotearoa.   
  • He hoa kōtui mātou nō te Tiriti. Mahi tahi ai mātou ki a ngāi Māori, ka mutu e ārahina ana mātou e ngā mātāpono o te Treaty of Waitangi.
  • He tari rāngai tūmatanui mātou. Mahi ai mātou ki te tāpae hōtaka hira ki te motu ka tākirikiri i te whatumanawa o tō tātou tuakiritanga ā-motu. 

Te Mahi Hangore
E pūmau ana mātou ki te tāpae taiao tautoko i ā mātou tāngata, nō reira ka tauawhi mātou i te whakaritenga mahi hangore i te Manatū Taonga. E hiahia ana mātou kia eke koe ki ngā taumata i roto, i waho anō o te wāhi mahi, nō reira e tuwhera ana te ngākau ki tāu i pai ai e whakatinanahia ai tēnei. 

Te āwhina i ngā Māori me ngā tāngata o ngā moutere
Ko Ngā Uri o Kiwa tētahi rōpū ā-kaimahi e tūhono an ai ngā kaimahi Māori me ngā kaimahi e whakapapa ana ki ngā moutere.  Ko tā te rōpū nei he whakahaumaru i ēnei uri kia:

  • rangona te āhuatanga o te whānau me te āwhina
  • tūhono ki ētahi atu Māori me ētahi atu tāngata o ngā moutere
  • wānanga, kia whai whakaaro, kia whāi pūkenga
  • whakanuia ō tātou tuakiri, ō tātou reo, ō tātou ahurea, me ētahi kaupapa e whaipānga ana
  • mihia ngā kaupapa, ngā tāngata me ō tātou mate
  • tohaina ō tātou whakaaro motuhake i ētahi kaupapa ā-manatū

Me pēhea te tono
Kua tāpirihia i konei ngā whakamārama mō te tūranga. Mō ngā kōrero e pā ana ki te tūranga, whakapā mai koa ki a Jane Ransfield, Manatū Taonga, i jane.ransfield@mch.govt.nz.

Ki te tono mō te tūranga nei, tukua mai koa tō Tāhuhu Tangata, tō reta whakamārama, ka whakaoti mai ai i te puka tono mā jobs.govt.nz

Ka kati ngā tono ā te 5 i te ahiahi, te 28 o Oketopa 2020. 

Āheinga
Mēnā ehara koe i te kirirau o Aotearoa, me mātua whai koe i tētahi āheinga mahi ki Aotearoa e āhei ai tō mahi mā te Manatū Taonga. Tirohia mai koa te New Zealand Immigration Service mō ētahi atu pārongo. 

Pou Tohu, Te Pae Huarewa & Te Toi
Adviser, Te Pae Huarewa & Office of the CE
Vacancy: 2020/74
Permanent
Full time
Wellington
Salary Range $74,025 – $87,088

 He ngākau titikaha, he hononga tangata

Promoting a confident and connected culture

Do you want to play a key role in promoting a confident and connected culture across New Zealand?

Kōrero mō te tūranga | About the role
Te Pae Huarewa team supports the Pou Mataaho o Te Pae Huarewa, Deputy Chief Executive Māori to lead the Te Arataki strategy (attached to Position Description). The Pou Mataaho o Te Pae Huarewa is a member of the Ministry Leadership Team delivering strategic advice, influencing Māori, Treaty, arts, culture and heritage policy, delivery and operational outcomes.

The team is responsible for ensuring Māori culture is integral to the way we operate, building knowledge in our people to confidently apply a Māori lens to their work. As Manatū Taonga regularly collaborates with others to achieve greater impact, the Te Pae Huarewa team work to establish partnerships that deliver results.

Kōrero mōu | About you
We are looking for a talented individual, with excellent relationship management and communication skills. You will be passionate about Te Ao Māori with strong knowledge of Te Tiriti o Waitangi. Ideally you will have a high degree of experience of Te Ao Māori, and skills in te reo Māori and tikanga Māori.
You will be used to working effectively with iwi/ Māori stakeholders to achieve shared goals and have a good understanding of crown-Māori relationships. You will also be able to effectively engage with non-Māori in order to pursue iwi and Māori aspirations.

You will be an excellent communicator, motivated by mentoring and coaching both your peers and colleagues, supporting the development of cultural capability in Te Ao Māori.

Ko wai mātou | Who we are
Manatū Taonga is a relatively small ministry with a broad mandate, wide reach and a big heart. With around 140 staff, we operate a lean and flat structure, with the added advantage of knowing everyone by name.
Our work is diverse – we support many Aotearoa’s art, media, heritage and sports organisations; we also advise government on cultural matters and provide historical and heritage resources for everyone to access. We work to promote a confident and connected culture and to support more New Zealanders to connect with the culture and heritage of Aotearoa. 

  • We have a leadership role across the cultural sector. We work with our funded agencies and partners to help shape national conversation about New Zealand’s culture and heritage
  • We are a Treaty partner. We work in partnership with Māori and are guided by the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi
  • We are a public sector agency. We work to deliver nationally significant programmes that speak to the heart of our national identity.

Check us out here: https://mch.govt.nz/about-ministry/jobs-and-careers

Te Mahi Hangore | Working Flexibly
Manatū Taonga embraces flexible working. We’re open minded about how you can be your best both inside and outside work so please tell us what working arrangements might suit you.

Support for Māori and Pacific Staff
The Ministry has a network called Ngā Uri o Kiwa which brings together those staff at Manatū Taonga who identify as Māori and/or Pacific peoples. Ngā Uri o Kiwa provides a safe space where Māori and Pacific staff can:

  • feel valued and supported
  • network with other Māori and Pacific staff
  • share ideas, information and skills   
  • celebrate our identities, languages, cultures and the events that are important to us
  • acknowledge the achievements or passing of key members of our communities
  • share our authentic voices on key internal projects e.g. improving recruitment processes for Māori and Pacific peoples. 

Me pēhea te tono | How to apply
A position description for this role is attached. For enquiries about this position please contact Jane Ransfield, Senior Recruitment Adviser, Manatū Taonga, Ministry for Culture and Heritage, at jane.ransfield@mch.govt.nz. 

To apply for this position, please send your CV, covering letter and complete the application form via jobs.govt.nz.

Applications close 5pm Wednesday, 28th October 2020

If you are not a New Zealand citizen, you must hold current eligibility to work in New Zealand in order to work for Manatū Taonga. Please refer to the New Zealand Immigration Service for further information.