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Programme Manager - Master of Māori and Indigenous Business

Programme Manager - Master of Māori and Indigenous Business

Programme Manager - Master of Māori and Indigenous Business

University of Auckland

Closing Date : 31 Jan 2018

The University of Auckland is a truly great place to work. Offering five weeks' annual leave, over 300 courses and workshops designed to support your professional development, and standout facilities for staff members who are also parents, it's easy to see why we've just been voted one of New Zealand's most attractive employers.*

The opportunity

This is an exciting time to join the Business School! We are seeking a Programme Manager who has demonstrable experience in developing robust processes during the start-up phase of a ground breaking online tertiary education programme.

The Master of Māori and Indigenous Business is a brand new online degree delivered in partnership between six New Zealand institutions which provides advanced business education, primarily for Māori. Working together, the universities aim to produce a high quality master's programme, underpinned by tikanga Māori.

The ideal candidate will have strong interpersonal skills enabling them to develop positive relationships with those in the Māori community; key iwi, Māori influencers, business and community leaders. They will have the cultural expertise and understanding needed to work effectively with Māori and Māori communities in a way that upholds the centrality of tikanga Māori and mātauranga Māori.

This multifaceted role will allow you to make a meaningful impact on the learning and development of Māori and Indigenous students. Join us and become part of an innovative and engaging team that strives to make a difference - opportunities such as this one don't come along often so apply now!

For any questions relating to the position description, feel free to contact Susan Geertshuis,

This is a 12 month fixed term position.

All applications must be submitted online by the deadline of Wednesday, 31 January 2018.

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*Randstad Awards 2017.

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