Āpiha Ā-Hapori - Field Officers
ĀPIHA Ā-HAPORI – HE WHĀINGA WĀHI KI TE MAHI I WAENGA I TE TANGATA, PUTA NOA I TE MOTU
He tūnga Āpiha ā-Hapori tā mātou mō te hunga e ngākau-nui ana ki te whakapiki i te whakauru a te tangata ki te Tatauranga o 2018 i ngā rohe katoa o te motu. Mā te mahi tahi me te hapori, ka hāngai ēnei tūranga ki ngā mahi whakapiki i te whakauru mai a te tangata Māori, Pasifika hoki, me ngā hapori kākano-tini.
Ko te tatauranga te tatau whai mana o te tokomaha o ngā tāngata kei Aotearoa e noho ana. Mā te uiui i te tangata mō tētahi huinga pātai mō rātou anō me ō rātou kāinga, ka hopukina e mātou tētahi whakaahua mō te whakautu: ko wai mā e noho ana, e peka mai ana rānei ki Aotearoa. Whakamahia ai ngā mōhiotanga o te tatauranga e te kāwanatanga matua, e ngā kaunihera, e ngā rōpū hapori, e ngā iwi me ngā umanga ki te whakatau tikanga papai, hei whakamahere hoki mō ngā rā kei te tū mai.
Kei te huri katoa te āhua o Aotearoa, ā, me huri mārika hoki te tatauranga. Ka rerekē tonu te tatauranga e haere mai nei, he tikanga hou ōna mō te whakapā haere ki te tangata mō te tatauranga, me pēhea hoki te kohi raraunga.
Kua whakahoa mai a Tatauranga Aotearoa ki Madison hei rapu i te hia rau tangata māna ngā mahi o te Tatauranga Aotearoa 2008 hei kawe. I tēnei wā kei te pōwhiri mātou i ngā rēhita ngākau-nui o te tangata mō ngā Tūranga Āpiha Hapori, mai i te 2 ki te 9 wiki, atu i Pēpuere ki Mei, 2018.
Nā te mea he Āpiha Hapori koe ka noho haepapa koe mō te kawe i ētahi mahi Tatauranga 2018 i waenga i te hapori.
Hei wāhanga o ngā mahi nei, ko te takawaenga ki te hapori, me ōna mahi katoa, pēnei i te āta tirotiro me te whakahou i ngā taipitopito kāinga noho, te whakarato rauemi ki ngā whare, te kohikohi i ngā puka tatauranga me ngā mōhiotanga, te noho tahi me te kōrero tahi ki ngā kaiwhakautu pātai me te iwi nui tonu, me te āta whakaoti tuhinga o ō wheako i waenga i te hapori.
Nā reira he mea nui kia whai koe, te Āpiha Hapori i:
- Ngā pūkenga tiketike mō te whakahaere i ō rā, me ngā pūkenga tino pai rawa atu mō te whakarato āwhina ki te tāngata
- Te mātauranga ki ētahi tikanga whakahaere hangarau rerekē (otirā ko te hangarau paparorohiko tētahi wāhanga matua)
- He mōhio ki ngā pekanga kētanga me ngā huarahi katoa o tōu takiwā
Me mātua whai ngā tāngata whiwhi tūranga i:
- Te manapori o Aotearoa, tētahi raihana noho pūmau, raihana mahi rānei
- Tētahi Raihana Taraiwa Waka Whai Mana nō Aotearoa (ko te mea here (restricted) te mea iti rawa)
- Tētahi motokā tino tōtika mō ngā rori, kua oti te inihua
- Te pakari tinana e āhei ai koe ki te tū, ki te hīkoi hoki i ngā hīkoi tino roa i te wā kotahi.
Ko te utu ā-hāora mō ngā Āpiha Hapori he $20.20.
Kōwhiria te rohe e noho ana koe hei tono.
FIELD OFFICERS – CUSTOMER FACING OPPORTUNITIES NATIONWIDE
We have Field Officer roles for people with an interest in improving participation in the 2018 Census across regional New Zealand. Working with the community, these roles have a focus on improving response rates for Māori, Pacific, and culturally diverse communities.
About the Role…
As a Field Officer, you will be responsible getting out and about in your local area, helping to ensure the 2018 Census is a success. From checking and updating address information, delivering materials to households, to collecting census forms, interacting with people and keeping records of your experiences – no two days will be the same in this assignment.
About the Census…
The census is the official count of how many people and dwellings there are in New Zealand. By asking everyone to complete a set of questions about themselves and their households we capture a snapshot of who is living in and visiting New Zealand. Census information is used by central government, councils, community groups, iwi, and business to make informed decisions and plan for the future.
As New Zealand society changes and develops so must the census. The 2018 Census will be different; with new ways of contacting people about the census and how we collect the data.
Stats NZ has partnered with Madison to recruit hundreds of people to carry out the 2018 Census. We’re currently looking for hundreds of people nationwide, to join our team of Field Officers to help us with the 2018 Census. These are temporary roles between 9 and 16 weeks in duration from January to May 2018 – perfect if you’re looking for something short term!
As a Field Officer, it’s important that you have:
- Time management skills and excellent customer service skills
- The ability to use different forms of technology (in particular tablet based technology)
- A good sense of direction and good knowledge of your local area
In addition, all successful candidates must have:
- New Zealand Citizenship or Permanent Residency or a valid Work Permit
- A valid New Zealand Driver Licence (minimum restricted)
- Access to a roadworthy and insured vehicle
- A level of fitness that allows you to stand or walk for long distances at a time
If this sounds like you, or someone you know, we would love to hear from you! Apply now at www.madison.co.nz/field-officers. The hourly rate for Field Officers is $20.20.
Select the region where you live to apply.