Kaiarataki Hauora-a-iwi, Māori Public Health Advisor
Hāpai Te Hauora
Māori Public Health Advisor
Ko Hāpai te Hauora tētahi tōpūtanga e whai ana i te hauora tūmatanui ki Āotearoa whānui. He mātanga mātou ki ngā mahi tōrangapū hauora, anō nei, ki ngā mahi taunaki, ngā mahi rangahau me ngā ahuatanga whakamana i ngā whānau, ngā hapū, ngā iwi me ngā hāpori.
Kei te kimi mātou i tētahi tangata e āhei ana ki te whakapiki i te ora o Ngāi Māori, i roto tonu i te kaupapa o te whakaiti i ngā tūkinotanga o te mahi petipeti.
Kua wātea tēnei tūranga ukiuki mō tētahi kaiwhiriwhiri-ā-rohe. Kei Henderson te tari mō mātou ō Hāpai, ēngari ko te nuinga o tēnei mahi kei te hapori kē.
Hāpai Te Hauora Tapui, Māori Public Health is a National Māori Public Health organisation based in Tāmaki Makaurau – Auckland, leading Māori Public health advocacy, policy, research and infrastructure.
This is an exciting opportunity for people who are passionate about improving Māori Health outcomes and committed to enhancing wellbeing for whānau, hapū, Iwi and hāpori.
Ko te tangata e angitū ana ki tēnei tūranga:
- Ka noho māori koe i roto ngā tuāhuatanga o Te Reo Māori me ōu ake tikanga-ā-iwi.
- He tohu paetahi tāu ki te rāngai hauora, he tohu taurite, tohu tūhono rānei.
- He kanohi kitea koe ki ngā hāpori, pāpori rānei.
- Kei runga noa atu āu pūkenga tuhituhi, ā, he mōhiotanga hoki tāu mō te whakariterite kaupapa, te mahi rangahau me te mahi aromātai.
- E mōhio koe me pēhea te whakatauki tikanga mo ōu ake mahi.
- He whānui rawa tō kitenga, anō nei mō te whānuitanga o tō rangai ako.
Inā ko koe tēna e whakapono ana ki tēnei tūranga, tēna, tono mai tō tāhuhu tangata ki a:
We are looking for a full-time Public Health Advisor to join our Gambling Harm minimisation team. This is a full-time role (1.0 FTE – 37.5hrs per week), based primarily at our Henderson offices as well as being out in the community.
This role will facilitate and support thriving and flourishing communities within Tāmaki Makaurau and will further enhance community empowerment through working with whānau, hapū, iwi and hāpori and supporting community leaders working towards Māori public health outcomes with the objective to prevent the harm caused by problem gambling on whānau, hapū and iwi across Auckland.
To be successful in this role, you will have:
- A sound understanding of Te Reo me ōnā tikanga.
- A relevant tertiary qualification in either public health or health promotion (or working towards one);
- Experience working with communities and facilitating community action and strong networking / whanaungatanga skills
- some experience in project development, research and evaluation as well as strong writing skills.
- A strong work ethic, and effective time management skills
- The ability to manage and plan your own work load
- An openness to learning new skills.
We attach a Job Description for your information.
If you are interested in the role, please forward your CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org