Kaiwhakahaere Rauemi / Operations Manager (THETA)

The Theatre in Health Education Trust (THETA)

  • Permanent Full Time
  • Otago

Polson Higgs Kaitohutohu Pakihi 
Kei Ōtākou, kei Ōtepoti
Kaitautoko Mahi Tari, Whakahaere Tari

Wā Kī

  • Ka whakaaweawe te mana toi i a koe ki te whakatairanga hauora, ōritetanga hoki me te whakakaha hapori?
  • Kei te hīkaka koe ki te whakatipu i tētahi whakahaere toi mahi aroha?

Mō te 30 tau, kua whakawhiwhi atu a Te Tarahiti Whakaari Mātuaranga Hauora (the Theatre in Health Education Trust (THETA)) i ētahi hōtaka mātauranga hauora e auaha ana, e whai take ana ki ngā rangatahi o Aotearoa mā te huarahi whai wheako o te mahi whakaari. Ka whakamahi a THETA i ngā tikanga o te Whakaari Whaimahi tae atu ki te Whakaari-roto-Mātauranga, te Whakaari Hātepe, te Whakaari o te Hunga kua Tāmi me te Whakaari Whakahoki Kōrero.

Ka tautoko tēnei tūranga i te whakawhiwhinga atu o ngā hōtaka mahi whakaari hei āwhina i te tāngata kia aro mai ki ngā take e uaua ana te kōero me te mārama. 

Ka whai kirimana a THETA i ngā tari kāwanatanga me ngā whakahaere rāngai tuatoru. Ka tautoko tēnei tūranga i te āheinga o THETA ki te whakarite tērā ka noho koreutu tonu ngā hōtaka whakatairanga hauora ki te hunga ka tino whai hua ki a rātau ngā mahi nei.

Ko te Kaiwhakahaere Mahi, he tūranga whai angitu whakahīkaka, whai hua hoki hei āwhina i ngā mahi a THETA mā te whakawhiwhi mahi mahere, whakahaere ratonga hoki. Ka mahi tahi koe ki te Kaiwhakahaere Mahi Whakaari, ka noho hei poutokomanawa mō ētahi wāhi nui whakaharaehara, pēnei i: 

  • Te waihanga me te taimau i ngā hononga ki te hunga tuku pūtea, tae atu ki ngā mahi whakarite tono pūtea;
  • Te whakahaere mahi pūtea mā te Poari, te whakarite tāhua me ngā mahi kaute, tae atu ki te whakaputa pūrongo pūtea, hangarau hoki; 
  • Te whakarite i ngā ritenga haere, noho hoki o ngā tira haere o ngā Kaiwhakaari;
  • Te tautoko i ngā hātepe ā-tau mō te kōwhiri Kaiwhakaari;
  • Te whakarite i ngā tukanga rēhita, whakarātaka hoki mā ngā kura me ngā rōpū;
  • Te tuhi reta, pūrongo hoki mā te Poari Tarahiti;
  • Te whakatinana i te mahere whakatipu o te Tarahiti;
  • Te mārama ki ngā tikanga Māori, Moana-nui-a-Kiwa hoki. 

Kei tēnei tūranga, me toitoi, me whai kaha, me manawanui ki ngā mahi. Ka noho koe he kaiwhakahaere ohooho, koi hoki e tino whai pūkenga ana mō te mahi ki te tāngata. Hei āpiti atu, me whai wheako koe mō te mahi rapu pūtea, whakahaere kaute hoki, me te āhei hoki ki te whakahoki wawe ki ngā take ka putaputa mai. Hei ētahi wā, me wātea koe ki ngā mahi nei kei waho o ngā hāor mahi hei urupare ki ngā take ohorere ka tūpono hua mai. 

He tūranga pūmau, wā kī tēnei, ka taea ngā hāora mahi te whakariterite. Me whakamōhio mai he aha ō hiahia ki roto i te reta whakamārama i tō tono. 

Mō ētahi atu kōrero, me whakapā atu ki a Vanessa Barker ki at Polson Higgs i 03 474 9717 i vanessa.barker@ph.co.nz rānei. Tērā pea ka āwhintia te kaitono ka eke ki te tautoko neke kāinga. Ka whakamōhiotia tēnei hei te tukanga kōwhiringa. 

Ki te tono mai ki tēnei tūranga, me tuku mai i tō Tātai Tangata me te reta whakamārama e whakamōhio ana i tō hiahia ki tēnei tūranga.  Ka tirohia anaketia ngā tono ka tae mai mā te whārangi whai mahi ki www.ph.co.nz. 

Ka kati ngā tono hei te 12pm ā te Rāmere, te 22 o Here-turi-kōkā.

 

Polson Higgs Business Advisory
Otago, Dunedin
Administration & Office Support, Office Management

Full time
  • Are you inspired by the power of the arts to promote wellbeing, equity, and strengthen communities?
  • Are you ambitious about growing an established non-profit arts organization?

For 30 years, the Theatre in Health Education Trust (THETA) has delivered innovative and highly effective health education programmes to the rangatahi/youth of Aotearoa New Zealand through the experiential medium of theatre. THETA employs Applied Theatre methodologies including Theatre-in-Education, Process Drama, Theatre of the Oppressed and Playback Theatre.

This role will support the delivery of interactive theatre-based programmes to engage people actively in issues that are otherwise difficult to discuss or understand. 

THETA attracts contracts from a number of government and non-government organisations. This role supports THETA’s ability to ensure that its key health promotion programmes remain free to those who will benefit from them most.

The Operations Manager position is an exciting and rewarding opportunity to further THETA’s work while providing the high-level planning and administrative services required in a role like this. Working alongside the Artistic Director you will be the linchpin for THETA in a number of critical areas, including but not limited to: 

  • Forging and maintaining strong relationships with funders and sponsors, including putting together grant applications;
  • Managing the Board’s financial reporting, fund management and record-keeping functions, including producing budgets and technical reports; 
  • Co-ordinating all travel and accommodation for our touring groups of Performer-Facilitators;
  • Supporting the annual audition and selection process of our Performer-Facilitators;
  • Co-ordinating the registration and booking process for schools and groups;
  • Preparing quality correspondence and reports for and on behalf of the Trust Board;
  • Implementing the growth strategy for the Trust;
  • Understanding Māori and Pasifika practices and protocols. 

This role requires intrinsic motivation, high energy and enthusiasm.  You will be a switched on and savvy manager with exceptional interpersonal skills. Not only this, but you will also have previous fundraising and/or accounting experience, with the ability to respond quickly and effectively to emerging demands. At times there is an expectation that you will be contactable after hours for any urgent matters that may arise. 

This is a permanent, full-time position with the hours of work negotiable with the preferred candidate. Please indicate in your covering letter what your preference would be. 

For further information about this role please contact Vanessa Barker at Polson Higgs on 03 474 9717 or vanessa.barker@ph.co.nz. The successful applicant may be offered support for relocation. To be advised during the selection process. 

To apply for this position, provide your current CV and covering letter outlining your background and interest in this role. We only accept applications through the careers page at www.ph.co.nz

Applications close at 12pm on Friday 22 August.

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