Kaiwhakahaere Whakawhitinga / Communications Manager

Te Aho o Te Kura Pounamu

  • Wellington

KAIWHAKAHAERE WHAKAWHITINGA

  • He tūranga Kaiārahi
  • He mārama ki te tūoho ahurea
  • Kei Te Whanga-nui-a-Tara

E rapu ana a Te Aho o Te Kura Pounamu i tētahi tangata he mātanga ki ngā āhua ahurea, e kaha ana ki ngā mahi kaiwhakahaere whakawhitinga, a, e taunga ana hoki ki te kōrero paki. I tēnei turanga ka ārahia e koe tētahi tīma e tuku rāroto, e tuku rāwaho ana hoki i ngā mōhiohio. Ka noho hoki koe hei kaiarataki matua mō te rautaki reorua.

Ko Mātou Tēnei

Ko te matawhānui o Te Kura he whakamana i ngā ākonga ki te eke i roto i ō rātou whāinga kura tae atu ki ngā whāinga matawhaiaro. He akiaki i a rātou kia eke i roto i ā rātou mahi, kia mahitahi me ō rātou hapori, kia tipu whakaritorito te oranga o te ākonga. Ko ngā ākonga te pūtake o ā tātou mahi katoa. Ko ngā hōtaka ako he ngāwari e taea ai mātou te urupare i ngā hiahia o te ākonga. “Ki te tī, ki te tā, ki te katoa” – (Ahakoa ko wai, ahakoa te wā, ahakoa te wāhi).

He nui ake i te 30,000 ākonga e hono ana ki a mātou mā te ako tawhiti mai i ngā tau kōhungahunga ki te Taumata e NCEA. E hono ana hoki ki ngā taiohi me ngā ākonga pāhake. Ka mahitahi ngā kaimahi kia whakatipuria he whāinga angitu mō ngā ākonga me ā rātou whānau.

Mō Tēnei Tūranga Mahi

I tēnei turanga ka ārahia e koe tētahi tīma e tuku rāroto, e tuku rāwaho ana hoki i ngā mōhiohio. Ka motuhake rawa āu mahi ki te tautoko i te Tāhūhū Rangapū me te Tīma Ārahi Matua o Te Kura mō te parani me te tiaki i ngā take rongorua tae atu ki te whakawhanake me te whakapuaki i te rautaki whakawhitinga. Ko ngā papanga matua ko te urupare i ngā Tangata Whenua tae atu ki ngā ākonga Pacific me ō rātou whānau hoki. Ko ngā whakawhitinga katoa ka kauawhi i ngā whāinga o te rautaki o Te Kura mō te Māori Student Success Framework me ngā whāinga anō hoki o te Rautaki Pacific.

Ko Koe Tēnei

He mātanga pū koe ki te tuhi, ki te ētita, ka riro māu hoki tew whakahaere me te whanake rārangi take mō te pae tukutuku, te pāhopori tae atu ki ngā whakawhiti ō waho. Ko koe te takawaenga mō te hunga pāpāho, kei a koe ngā tino pūkenga ārahi me te kaupare i te hunga arapāho. Kia eke koe i roto i ēnei mahi, me mātua mōhio koe ki te ao tōrangapū me te mārama pū ki ngā nekehanga o te kāwanatanga tae atu ki te rāngai mātauranga anō hoki. Ka mōhio anō hoki koe kia kitea ngā momo tūraru, ngā putanga, ngā arawātea me ngā ia anō hoki. Ko koe te kaiwhāngai matua ki Te Rautaki Reorua nā reira me matatau koe ki te tuhi, ki te kōrero hoki i roto i te reo Māori. 

Hei Whakautu

Mā Te Kura e tuku ki a koe ngā āwhina ki te ako, ki te tipu i roto i tēnei taiao akoranga nui te tautoko. Ka mahitahi koe me tētehi tīma he raupanga te mahitahi, he wāhanga anō hoki o tēnei kura e āwhina ana i ngā ākonga huri i a Aotearoa whānui.

KA KATI NGĀ TONO: hei te Rātapu, te 23 o Pipiri 2024

TONOA MAI, TIROHIA RĀNEI NGĀ KORERO WHAKAMĀRAMA MŌ TE TŪRANGA NEI: www.jacksonstone.co.nz

TAUPĀNGA: BH-10975

ME HE PĀTAI ANŌ: waeahia a Rachelle Russell i 04 550 8041

COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER

  • Leadership opportunity
  • Cultural competency
  • Based in Wellington

We are seeking a culturally competent Communications Manager with a talent for storytelling to join us at Te Kura. In this role you will not only lead a small team delivering internal and external communications, but you will be a key contributor to our bilingual strategy.

About Us

Here at Te Kura our vision is to enable ākonga to achieve their educational and personal goals, empowering them to become engaged and contributing members of their communities and enjoy their lives to the fullest. Ākonga are at the centre of everything we do, our learning programmes are flexible, enabling us to respond to ākonga needs. “Ki te tī, ki te tā, ki te katoa” – (anyone, anytime, anywhere).

With up to 30,000 ākonga enrolled through distance education from early childhood to NCEA Level 3, including to young adult and adult learners, our kaimahi work together to ensure successful outcomes for our ākonga and their whānau.
 
About the Role

In this role you will lead a small team delivering internal and external communications. You will play a significant part in supporting the Chief Executive and Senior Leadership Team on brand and reputation management as well as developing and delivering the communications strategy. Key accountabilities include responsiveness to Tangata Whenua and to Pacific ākonga and their whanau. All communications will incorporate the goals of Te Kura’s Māori Student Success Framework and the goals of the Pacific Strategy.

About You

You will be an experienced and precise writer and editor and be responsible for managing and developing content for the website, social media and other external channels. You will be the go-to person for the media, so you have expertise in proactive and reactive media liaison. To be successful in this role you will be politically savvy and have an understanding of the machinery of government and of the education sector.  You will also know how to spot emerging risks, issues, opportunities and trends. As a key contributor to our bilingual strategy (Te Rautaki Reorua) you will have proficiency in written and spoken Te Reo Māori.

In Return

Te Kura will provide you with the opportunity to learn and grow in a supportive environment.

You will work in a team that offers genuine work flexibility as part of an organisation that makes a difference to ākonga across Aotearoa New Zealand.   

APPLICATIONS CLOSE: Sunday, 23rd June 2024

APPLY OR VIEW THE POSITION DESCRIPTION: www.jacksonstone.co.nz

REFERENCE: BH-10975

FURTHER ENQUIRIES: Rachelle Russell 04-550 8041

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