Newly created roles in our new Māori Strategic Outcomes group to help shape the future of our city.
Kia mahi ngātahi mō Pōneke mō tōna āpōpō
Working together for Wellington's future.
Our Council is committed to ensuring mana whenua and Māori participate meaningfully and contribute to, strategic Council decisions.
We envision a future where Wellington will be a centre for creativity, exploration and innovation, and the role of iwi and the wider Māori community in realising this future will be huge.
Te whāinga roa : The opportunity
This is such an exciting and transformational time to join our newly formed Mataaho Aronui - Māori Strategic Outcomes Group, responsible for providing WCC with a strategic Māori voice and increased internal capability whilst raising its prominence within the organisation.
We are building our future team, focussed on three key Māori specific areas :
This will be the first step in supporting and enabling WCC to strengthen our relationships, presence and intelligence, so that Māori are engaged proactively in Wellington's future coupled with enabling the whole organisation to contribute to the effective implementation of our services, ensuring we are aligned to our wider goals for Māori - meeting the principles of the Tiriti o Waitangi.
These are newly created roles- one role sits in the Māori Partnerships Team and the other role sits in the Māori Strategy Team.
In both the roles, you will assist in the development of business plans within the associated work programmes and driving their implementation.
As the Senior Advisor in the Partnership's teams, you will be providing guidance and advice to the organisation from an ao Māori view and elected members when engaging with iwi, help manage the relationships and work with Māori to enable council to understand and meet their needs and aspirations.
As the Senior Advisor in the Strategy team, you will provide specialist te ao Māori guidance on strategies and policies and provide advice and guidance on the implementation of services, projects and initiatives.
In both roles you will be well-versed with our mana whenua partners' strategic priorities and Māori aspirations and will be championing these through your daily contact points.
Te tangata e tika ana : About you
you will have a sound understanding of Te Ao Māori and its application to local government, you'll enjoy utilising your knowledge to engage with iwi and whanau to ensure our mahi enhances our policies and strategies and nurtures our relationships with mana whenua.
You will have the ability to identify, build and actively manage relationships, valuing diverse perspectives and experiences.
You will be a confident communicator, relationship builder and an influencer who can champion change and kaupapa Māori within an organisation.
where Māori will feel engaged, supported and valued, then this is definitely the opportunity for you! Please click the '