Kaiwhakahaere Kōtuinga, Te Kāhui Hīkina / Manager Partnerships, Te Kāhui Hīkina
- E mahi i te aroākapa o te whanaungatanga o te iwi Māori me te Karauna.
- Whāia tētahi ara mahi whai tikanga i tētahi whakahaere mahi tiketike, matawhānui, whai mana hoki.
Ko tā te Te Arawhiti -The Office for Māori Crown Relations – he poipoi i te whanaungatanga, he whakapūmau hoki i te noho pai o te iwi Māori me te Kāwanatanga. Hei tohu tō mātou ingoa mō te arawhata i waenga i te ao Māori me te Karauna, ngā rā kua huri ki tua, ngā rā kei mua o te aroaro, te ahunga mai i ngā nawe tawhito, ki te mahi kōtui.
Ko te kaupapa o Te Arawhiti he mahi kia piki te tū o te Karauna hei hoa kōtui Tiriti, – kia tautuhi anō, kia whāngai, kia waihanga i te piringa o te iwi Māori raua ko te Karauna, kia kīa ai he kōtuitanga hoa Tiriti tūturu.
Ka arotahi te Kaiwhakahaere Kōtuinga, Te Kāhui Hīkina ki ngā mahi tautoko mārire i ngā hinonga Karauna kia pai ai te piri ki a ngāi Māori, ki te whakapiki i te raukaha o te rāngai tūmatanui ki te mahi tahi me ngāi Māori, ki te tautoko hoki i te mahi pai a te Karauna hei hoa Tiriti – tae atu ki te takawaenga piringa i waenga i te Māori me te Karauna. Mā tēnei tūranga mātāmua e ārahi tētahi Kāhui arotahi ki aua mahi takawaenga, me te whakawhanaunga atu ki ngā hinonga Karauna me ngā iwi, e taea ai e koe te tūtohu i tētahi kaupapa hira, he kaupapa e piki ake nei te kitenga e te marea.
E hiahiatia ana he kaihautū tangata tautōhito, he mōhio ki te whakaaro rautaki, ki te arotahi, ki te whakanohonoho tika i āna mahi hei tautoko i te Karauna i te iwi Māori hoki kia whakapakaritia te whanaungatanga o tētahi ki tētahi, e puta ai he kōtuinga hihiri, toitū hoki. Ko tētahi āhua taketake o tēnei mahi, me hāpai te Kaiwhakahaere Kōtuinga, Hīkina i ngā rautaki kia whakatinanatia i te ao, hei ratonga tautoko i ngā kōtuinga o ngāi Māori me te Karauna pakari kē atu. Tae atu ki te 12 ngā kaimahi i raro i tēnei kaihautū, ā, mā tēnei tūranga e ārahi kāhui taketake hei tautoko i te Karauna hei hoa Tiriti pakari.
He tau tēnei tūranga mō tētahi tangata matatau ki te whakaputa hua mā te kawe whakaaro, mā te mahi tahi, me te kōtui ki ētahi atu. Ka pai koe, ka mārama koe, ka piripono hoki koe ki te ao Māori. He mea nui kia mārama ki ngā tikanga Māori, otirā ki te tika. Me mārama tōna tangata ki ngā tini putanga kētanga o te kāwanatanga, kia nui hoki āna mahi i oti, i te taha piri ki te hunga whai pānga. Ko te mea pai, kua matatau hoki koe ki ngā mahi i te aroākapa o te whanungatanga o ngāi Māori me te Karauna.
- Work at the leading edge of Māori Crown relations.
- Play a key role in a high performing, ambitious, and respected organisation.
The Office for Māori Crown Relations – Te Arawhiti is dedicated to fostering strong, ongoing and effective relationships with Māori across Government. Our name symbolises the bridge between Māori and the Crown, the past and the future, and the journey from grievance to partnership.
Te Arawhiti’s kaupapa is to make the Crown a better Treaty partner – to re-set, sustain, and build the Māori Crown relationship towards true Treaty partnership.
The Manager Partnerships, Te Kāhui Hikina has a focus on actively supporting Crown agencies to engage effectively with Māori, lifting the public sector’s capability to work with Māori,and supporting the Crown to work effectively as a Treaty partner – including brokering relations between Māori and the Crown. This new senior role will lead a team that focusses on the latter, and engage with both Crown organisations and Iwi, offering you the chance to make your mark by delivering on an important and increasingly visible kaupapa.
The role requires an experienced people leader and strategic thinker who can focus and prioritise activity to support the Crown and iwi Māori strengthen their relationship, building towards active and enduring partnerships. Vital to this mahi, the Manager Partnerships, Hikina will convert strategy into delivery that supports strengthened Māori Crown partnerships. With up to 12 direct reports, this role leads a team that is key to support the Crown as a stronger Treaty partner.
This role will suit someone experienced in achieving outcomes through influence, collaboration and partnering with others. You will have an empathy for, an understanding of, and a commitment to te ao Māori. Tikanga and knowing what is tika will need to come naturally. An understanding of the machinery of government is required, along with a track record of effective stakeholder engagement. Ideally, you’ll also bring experience of working at the interface of Māori-Crown relationships.
APPLICATIONS CLOSE: Sunday, 1 November 2020
APPLY OR VIEW THE POSITION DESCRIPTION: www.jacksonstone.co.nz
FURTHER ENQUIRIES: Russell Spratt 04 550 8000