Captioner, Te Karere
Ko te tūranga nei, he tūranga kaiwhakamāori, i roto i tō mātou whare ki Tāmaki Makaurau. 40 tau a Te Karere e noho ana hei poutokomanawa o te whare pāpāho Māori, ia rā o te wiki, reo Māori ai tā Te Karere kawe i ngā rongo kōrero o te wā ki te mano. Ko te whāinga matua tuarua, he whakaū i te tirohanga Māori ki ngā kaupapa-ā-hapori, ā-motu, ā-ao.
Kei te rapu tangata pūkenga nui mātou ki te mahi tahi me ngā kairipoata, ngā kaiwhakaputa hoki, ka pau te kaha ki te whakamāori mai i te reo Māori ki te reo Ingarihi hei taunaki i ngā hōtaka o ia rā me ngā kaupapa ā-matihiko.
He kanohi hōmiromiro e matatau ana ki te whakatikanga tuhituhi. Me matatau koe ki te tuhituhi me te kōrero i te reo Māori me te reo Ingārihi me te mea hoki e mārama ki ngā pēhitanga o te wā ki te whakatutuki I ngā mahi.
Mēnā kei a koe ngā pūkenga e kimihia ana, ā, e manawa kai roke koe ki te mahi mā Te Karere, whakapā mai kia kōrero tahi ai tātou. Whaia ngā hononga kia rēhita i tō ingoa.
About the role
We are looking for an experienced and highly accurate Captioner to join our Te Karere team. For 40 years Te Karere has been at the heart of Māori broadcasting bringing news, in te reo Māori, to our viewers daily. Our Te Karere team are responsible for providing a Māori perspective on important local, national and international issues. This is a part time role, 5 days a week Monday-Friday 4 hours a day 2-6pm
In this role you will work closely with the reporters and producers to provide high quality Māori to English translations for our daily 4pm bulletin and digital content. You will have an eye for detail and strong proofreading skills. You will need to have excellent written and spoken Te Reo Māori and English language skills and enjoy working under pressure.
TVNZ is one of New Zealand's best known and most trusted brands. Every day we join over 2 million kiwis wherever and however they want to watch our content. Whether we're breaking news, starting conversations, or simply putting smiles on faces, we're all about sharing the moments that matter to New Zealanders.