4 X Kaitohu Tumuaki, Lead Advisors to Commissioners
JacksonStone & Partners
4 X Kaitohu Tumuaki
- Kaitohu Tumuaki, ki te Kaikōmhiana Matua. Taupānga: 8376
- Kaitohu Tumuaki, ki te Kaikōmihana Take Iwi Mātāwaka. Taupānga: 8377
- Kaitohu Tumuaki, ki te Kaikōmihana Whakaōrite Whakawhiwhinga Mahi. Taupānga: 8378
- Kaitohu Tumuaki, ki te Kaikōmihana Tika Tangata Hauā. Ref: 8379
He mea whakatū a Te Kahui Tika Tangata hei tautiaki i ngā tika tangata ki Aotearoa nei, ka mahi nei i āna mahi i runga i ngā tikanga o te Te Ture Tika Tangata 1993. Ka whakawhiwhi mai a Te Tāhū o te Ture i te pūtea whakahaere a Te Kāhui Tika Tangata engari ka kawe motuhake ia i āna mahi i waho o te Kāwanatanga hei hinonga Karauna tū motuhake.
Kei te tipu haere te Kāhui i tēnei wā, i runga i tōna manawanui ki te tautoko i te whakamana tangata (he oranga whai mana mō ngā tāngata katoa. Ko tētahi aronga nui o tēnei tipu, ko te tautoko haere i ā mātau kamahi kia hangā mai he whakahaere e pūtake mai ana i te Tiriti.
He tūranga hou ēnei ka whakawhiwhi ārahitanga ā-rautaki, ā-ngaio, ka whakawhiwhi tautoko, tohutohu hoki ki ngā Kaikōmihana e rārangi ake nei, ka ārahi hoki i ngā kaupapa me ngā hōtaka matua a te Kōmihana. Ka whai wāhi ēnei tūranga ki ngā kōrero tōtōpū ki ngā kaiārahi matua me ngā Kaikōmihana hoki hei whakarite ka hāngai ngā kaupapa me ngā mahi e pā ana ki ngā whakaarotau, ngā āheinga me ngā mahere a ngā Kaikōmihana ki te kōkiri Tiriti.
He tūranga whai mana ēnei, ka tere ngā mahi, ka nui te wāhi ki roto i ngā hōtaka mahi a ngā Kaikōmihana e angitu ai.
Ka whai wheako koe mō te mahi ki tētahi tūranga kaitohutohu matua, ki tētahi tūranga hekeretari pāremata rānei, ka whai mōhiotanga ki Te Ao Māori / mātauranga Māori, tae atu ki te reo me ōna tikanga. Hei āpiti atu, ka whai hoki koe I ngā pūkenga e rārangi iho nei:
- He wheako, he matanga hoki ki te tautoko I tētahi o ngā papori tōmua o te Kōmihana, āra ko Ngāi Māori, ko ngā tāngata hauā, ko ngtā iwi o te Moana-nui-a-Kiwa, ko ngā iwi mātāwaka, ko ngā kaimahi nō tāwāhi, ko ngā tāngata ira kanorau, ko ngā wāhine hoki
- He tino wheako mō te whakahaere mahinga tahi mōroto, mōwaho hoki
- He tino mārama ki ngā take tika tangata me Te Tiriti o Waitangi
- He pūkenga mō te tuhituhi, mō te tāttari kaipapa, mō te whakaatu me te whakawhiti kōrero ki ngā momo tāngata whānui
- He aronga ki ngā mahi tōrangapū me te āheinga hoki kia tere te urupare i ngā taiao hihiri, manganga hoki
- He āheinga ki te akiaki me te whakatau take
- He pūkenga kua kitea mō te whakamārohirohi me te waihanga mahinga tahitanga
- He hinengaro koi e taea ai ngā take maha te kōkiri i te wā kotahi me te kōtuitui hoki i ngā ariā maha me te urungi rangiruatanga.
- He āheinga ki te urungi haere i ngā hātepe pīroiroi e tutuki ai ngā huanga e hiahiatia ana i roto i ngā take uaua, whakamōrearea hoki.
KA KATI NGĀ TONO: Rātapu, te 19 o Mahuru 2021
MŌ TE TONO, MŌ TE TIROTIRO TĀTAI TŪRANGA: www.jacksonstone.co.nz
ME HE PĀTAI ANŌ: waeahia a Russell Spratt, a David Hollander rānei ki 04 550 8000
4 X Kaitohu Tumuaki, Lead Advisors to CommissionersKaitohu Tumuaki, Lead Advisor to the Chief Commissioner Ref: 8376
- Kaitohu Tumuaki, Lead advisor to the Race Relations Commissioner Ref: 8377
- Kaitohu Tumuaki, Lead Advisor to the EEO Commissioner Ref: 8378
- Kaitohu Tumuaki, Lead Advisor to the Disability Rights Commissioner Ref: 8379
The Human Rights Commission was created to provide better protection of human rights in Aotearoa and operates in accordance with the Human Rights Act 1993. They are funded through the Ministry of Justice but carry out their responsibilities independently of the New Zealand Government as an Independent Crown Entity.
The Commission is embarking on a period of exciting growth, stemming from its commitment to supporting whakamana tangata (a life of dignity for all). This growth will be managed around a continued investment in its staff, with a focus on building a truly Tiriti-based organisation.
These new roles provide strategic and professional leadership, technical expertise, oversight, guidance and support across the full portfolio of respective Commissioners, as well as leading key projects and programmes on significant matters for the Commission. This includes having robust conversations with senior leaders and Commissioners to ensure projects and work pieces are aligned with a te Tiriti based approach supporting the Commissioners’ priorities, capacity, and work plans.
These influential positions are fast-paced and play a pivotal role in supporting and leading Commissioners’ work programmes for success.
You will have significant relevant experience operating at a senior advisory level or as a senior private secretary with Te Ao Māori/mātauranga Māori knowledge and expertise, including te reo me ōna tikanga, also being vital to succeed in this role.
In addition, you will have:
- Experience and/or expertise in one or more of the Commission’s priority population groups, including Māori, disabled people, Pacific peoples, ethnic minorities, migrant workers, people of diverse sexual orientation or gender identity, and women
- Extensive experience managing internal and external relationships
- Sophisticated understanding of human rights and Te Tiriti o Waitangi
- Refined skills in writing, critical analysis, presentation and communication for a variety of audiences
- Political nous and an ability to be highly responsive in dynamic and intricate environments
- Competent in applying influence and sound judgement
- Proven resilience and exemplary relationship-building skills
- The intellectual capability to work with multiple ideas in parallel as well as being able to integrate multiple concepts and deal comfortably with ambiguity
- The ability to navigate comfortably through complex processes to achieve the desired outcomes for knotty, sensitive, or risky issues
APPLICATIONS CLOSE: Sunday, 19th September 2021
APPLY OR VIEW THE POSITION DESCRIPTIONS: www.jacksonstone.co.nz
FURTHER ENQUIRIES: Russell Spratt or David Hollander on 04 550 8000