Māori Lead - Oranga Whakapapa
Māori Lead - Oranga Whakapapa
- Contribute to reducing the incidence and severity of injuries for Māori in Aotearoa
- Lead the design, implementation and ongoing delivery of kaupapa Māori informed primary prevention approaches
- Use your knowledge of Te Ao Māori to inform future initiatives
- Join us in creating Treaty-based change
Reducing the incidence and severity of injuries for Māori is a strategic priority for ACC and one of the many ways we help to improve Māori access, experience and outcomes every day. ACC is increasing its investment in Māori focussed injury prevention activities together with implementing an ambitious Injury Prevention Strategy.
The Māori Injury Prevention team focuses on taking a kaupapa Māori approach to implement Whāia Te Tika via injury prevention initiatives. In this role you will be responsible for leading the design, implementation and ongoing delivery of services and programmes to strengthen mana-enhancing and tapu-enriched relationships that will better deliver on whānau Māori needs.
Some of the important mahi you will be involved in the following:
- Working together with the Healthy Consensual Relationships lead in a Tiriti-centric partnership to successfully plan and deliver an equitable and integrated approach to ACC's Healthy Consensual Relationship (HCR) and Oranga Whakapapa work programme
- Working in partnership with whānau, hapū, iwi and Māori providers and communities to design and deliver a range of services for Māori whānau
- Leading and managing project team members to support the implementation of ACC's HCR and Oranga Whakapapa business case
- Building strong internal relationships and share information with other key business units across ACC
As the successful Oranga Whakapapa - Māori Lead, you will demonstrate the following:
- Energetic, motivated and have an agile and innovative mind-set
- A confident and courageous Māori leader
- Experienced in Māori health and social service design, implementation, and delivery
- Confident in your knowledge of Te Reo and Tikanga with a deep understanding of Maori culture, values alongside strong Iwi networks
- An excellent communicator with strong relationship management skills across a wide range of stakeholders, gaining their trust and respect
Benefits of working at ACC include the following:
- Competitive salary 118k - 140k with a generous 9% superannuation contribution
- Flexible working policy and up to two days work from home
- Supportive manager who cares about your career development and progression
- The opportunity to be part of a leading primary prevention system
We know that a diverse and inclusive team helps us meet the needs of our customers, and we welcome candidates from every ethnicity, national origin, gender identity, age, and those with a disability or who have additional mental health needs. It is important to us that people are free to be themselves at work.
Here are some ways we encourage that:
- Employee networks to support our colleagues from diverse backgrounds
- The option to explore flexible working that suits your needs and ours
- Development opportunities in te reo Māori me ngā tikanga
Applications close on Sunday, 26 September 2021.
Interviews will be conducted on 30 September 2021.
Please attach your cover letter telling us a bit about yourself and why you will be a great fit for the role. Applications can only be accepted when submitted through our ACC career website. If you encounter accessibility issues when submitting your application, or if you have any questions about the role please email email@example.com