Iwi Specialists - Manual Operators
Madison, Canterbury - Christchurch
Ko tā mātou e kimi ai, he tangata auaha, he ringa raupā, otirā, he tangata e tāea ai ēnei mahi te āta kōkiri.
E kimi ana mātou i te hunga nei, mai i te marama o Hui-tanguru tae atu ki te marama o Hune 2018.
We’re hiring a number of Iwi Specialist Manual Operators to be based in Christchurch for temporary assignments up to 19 weeks duration, between the end of February and June 2018.
- Shift hours are: 6am to 2pm … Perfect to fit around your commitments!
- Iwi and Māori will directly benefit from accurate iwi data
- Working in a highly supportive team environment
- Learning and working with state of the art systems and technology
About the Role…
In this role you will help process the completed paper census forms with a focus on Iwi and Māori.
We are looking for self-starting individuals who can work flexibly, handle pressure and be decisive.
Day to day, this role involves:
- Processing data and information in a timely manner
- Meeting quality standards and providing data validation
- Ensuring any census information you hear, see, or carry is kept confidential and respondent privacy is protected
- Contributing to continuous improvement
- Working collaboratively with the team
Shift hours are: 6am to 2pm … Perfect to fit around your commitments!
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.
While training and support will be provided, we are looking for individuals capable of learning on the fly, who are proactive and energetic and consistently deliver results beyond expectations.
As an Iwi Specialist Manual Operator, you must:
- Value the importance of providing accurate iwi data
- Have a positive, ‘can do’ attitude
- Communicate effectively and work as part of the team
- Have good technical / IT skills; you are naturally curious about how systems work
- Process data / information in a timely manner, meeting quality standards
- Ensure any census information you hear, see, or carry is kept confidential and respondent privacy is protected
- Contribute to continuous improvement
All successful candidates must have New Zealand Citizenship or Permanent Residency or a valid Work Permit.
A tertiary level qualification or equivalent university, polytechnic or wānanga based qualification on Māori World structures would be advantageous but not essential.
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If this sounds like you, or someone you know, we would love to hear from you!
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