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Bilingual te reo Māori and English Journal and Publication Coordinator

Bilingual te reo Māori and English Journal and Publication Coordinator

Bilingual te reo Māori and English Journal and Publication Coordinator

University of Auckland

Closing Date : 23 Oct 2018

Part-time 0.7 FTE Role - 26 hours per week, fixed-term until December 2020

Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga - New Zealand's Māori Centre of Research Excellence

Faculty of Arts, The University of Auckland

This unique role places you at the heart of Indigenous scholarship and a research community focused on positive outcomes for Māori in Aotearoa, New Zealand.

About the role

MAI Journal: A New Zealand Journal of Indigenous Scholarship is an open access peer-reviewed academic journal in Indigenous Scholarship engaging in issues specific to Aotearoa, New Zealand and is published by Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga (NPM). This varied publishing role involves coordination of MAI Journal and other NPM publishing projects, including peer review, production standards, web and content hosting and online publishing management, working with a wide range of Indigenous and non-indigenous academic scholars across New Zealand. This role is an integral part of the NPM team.

What we are looking for

As you will be reviewing abstracts and working with academic content in both English and te reo Māori, you will need to have a high level of competency in both languages. As the person who pulls everything together, you will be well organised and good at dealing with a wide range of different tasks, people and priorities. Experience in the tertiary sector would be a distinct advantage for you in this role, as would knowledge of the Indigenous scholarship research environment.

About the centre

NPM is New Zealand's Māori Centre of Research Excellence funded by the Tertiary Education Commission and hosted by the University of Auckland. NPM's task is to conduct excellent research which impacts positively on Māori communities. We do this by developing and undertaking research with our multi-disciplinary research teams located throughout a network of research partners to deliver research outputs and outcomes. The centre is supported by a small business team based at the University of Auckland.

Why us?

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.*

Find out more about some of the great reasons to work for us on our Career development and benefits page.

*Randstad Awards 2017.

Please apply online with your CV and a covering letter (combined into one document).

Applications close Tuesday, 23 October 2018.

For further information and to apply online please visit

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