Project Coordinator, Te Reo Māori
Ministry of Education
- Fixed-term, full-time - until April 2022
- Based in Wellington
Help shape the future of education
At the Ministry of Education, our people shape an education system that delivers equitable and excellent outcomes. Our sights are set on ensuring our education system serves every individual child and young person fairly and creates the best foundation for equal opportunity.
Our organisation is full of hugely talented people, from a wide range of backgrounds. They work collaboratively, setting goals and reaching them, to shape a world-leading education system.
Our people are broadening their own horizons and, ensuring our education system is equipped to broaden the horizons of our children and young people, thus ensuring the best possible future for New Zealand.
- We get the job done - Ka oti i a mātou ngā mahi
- We are respectful, we listen, we learn - He rōpū manaaki, he rōpū whakarongo, he rōpū ako mātou
- We back ourselves and others to win - Ka manawanui ki a mātou, me ētahi ake kia wikitoria
- We work together for maximum impact - Ka mahi ngātahi mō te tukinga nui tonu
The Early Learning and Student Achievement group (ELSA)
The Early Learning and Student Achievement group sets the system-level learning for every child and student. Working between policy and customer facing functions, there is a significant political, stakeholder and public interest in the high performance of this group and the education curriculum and teaching workforce outcomes we seek for New Zealand.
Te Uepu Reo Māori - Te Reo Māori group
Ko tōku reo tōku māpihi maurea
E toro atu te ringa ki ngā oro puareare o te waokū o Tane te wānanga, koutou kei ngā pureke mowai o te Arareo Māori, e tā mātou Uepū Reo Māori.
Ki te whai wāhi ai koe ki te reo Māori, ki Te Marautanga o Aotearoa, ki Te Aho Arataki Marau mō te Ako i Te Reo Māori, otirā ki te ao Arareo Māori (ngā wāhi whakaako mā te reo Māori mō te nuinga o te wā) tēnā koianei ngā tūranga e tika ana moū.
Māori language is the essence of culture and as such is an inherited treasure acknowledged through the Treaty of Waitangi. It is through Māori language that the full range of Māori customs can be expressed, practised, and explained.
Te Uepū Reo Māori is one of several groups within ELSA. The purpose and goal of Te Uepū Reo Māori is to ensure that all learners who commit to learning in and of the Māori language have access to quality provision and learning experiences.
The group is responsible for setting the strategic direction to ensure the growth of te reo Māori, the Māori medium pathway and those learning the language. It is through this learning journey that Māori language learners can access the Māori world and understand their role in it.
About this role
We're looking for a savvy Project Coordinator who will support Te Uepū Reo Māori by embedding and improving fit for purpose processes, systems and services that enable effective planning, monitoring and delivery of the Te Reo Māori Work Programme and other priority initiatives.
You will support teams who lead multiple projects of varying size, nature and complexity, to ensure effective controls are in place throughout all phases of the project lifecycle.
As an energetic, confident Project Coordinator you will have experience supporting projects through all phases of the project life cycle, the ability to upskill and mentor others, an eye for detail and some formal project management training such as Certified Associate Project Management (CAPM) or equivalent, although not essential, would be an advantage.
Te reo Māori fluency isn't essential, however having some knowledge will help you to succeed and grow in the team environment and in these roles.
This role is fixed term until April 2022.
About the person
We're looking for a person who:
- is passionate about growing and strengthening te reo Māori and improving outcomes for ākonga Māori and their whānau
- has a practical understanding of Te Tiriti o Waitangi and tangata whenuatanga
- has a collaborative working style with a drive to deliver results
- has a high level of attention to detail and time management ability
- knows how to involve others and seek advice at the right points
- is a great organiser, agile when needed and able to prioritise work accordingly.
Are you ready to make a difference?
We welcome candidates from diverse backgrounds, including Māori, Pacific and people with disabilities, who can enrich our understanding of the education system.
As a government agency, the Ministry of Education is committed to keeping the principles of Te Tiriti o Waitangi as a guide in all our work with students, their whānau, hapū and iwi.
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Applications close at 11:59pm on Thursday, 23 September 2021.