Cultural Capability Advisor Māori
Jackson Stone & Partners
Closing Date : 26 Mar 2019
- Help build organisational understanding & capability
- Broaden engagement with key stakeholders
- A friendly and supportive work environment
The Bank’s Te Ao Māori strategy is designed to build a bank-wide understanding of the Māori economy, including its businesses, decision making structures, needs, and capabilities. This understanding will enable improved decision making at the Bank about monetary policy and financial system soundness and efficiency.
You will play a key role developing and implementing the Bank's Te Reo Māori and tikanga strategies, programme, and projects so the Bank can continue to broaden its engagement with key external stakeholders and deepen its understanding of the Māori economy. You will take a lead role directing, supporting and coordinating pōwhiri, whakatau, wānanga, hui and other engagements. Working closely with the Project Manager (Te Ao Māori strategy), Assistant Governor / General Manager Governance, Strategy & Corporate Relations, and the Governor, this is a unique opportunity to weave Te Ao Māori and the Bank together.
With at least four years’ experience as a cultural facilitator / advisor within the community or corporate environment, you will be passionate about delivering quality Te Reo Māori and tikanga initiatives. You will be bilingual with fluency in Te Reo Māori. Your deep understanding of tikanga, kawa and Te Ao Māori will ensure you can influence change across the bank and beyond. You will have well developed networks and relationships within Māoridom. It is highly likely you will have a degree in Māori studies, Education, Business or other relevant subject areas and have an interest in banking, finance and the Māori economy.
APPLICATIONS CLOSE: Tuesday, 26 March 2019
APPLY OR VIEW THE POSITION DESCRIPTION: www.jacksonstone.co.nz
FURTHER ENQUIRIES: Russell Spratt or Annabel McCallum on 04 550 8000.