Rangit?ne T? Mai R? Trust
Pou-whakahaere Matua - General Manager
The people of Rangit?ne are descendants of Wh?tonga, captain of the Kurahaup? canoe. The iwi takes their name from Wh?tonga?
s grandson, Rangit?ne. There are four Rangit?ne rohe today, Tamaki Nui a Rua, Manawat?, and Wairarapa in the North Island, and Wairau in the South Island.
The Rangit?ne T? Mai R? Trust (the ?Trust?) is the post settlement governance entity, or PSGE, for Rangit?ne o Wairarapa and Rangit?ne o Tamaki Nui a Rua.
The Trust was ratified by the iwi in 2013 and received the settlement assets directly from the Crown in 2016. The Trust is responsible for the overall management of the settlement assets and efficiently and effectively carrying out its functions post-settlement.
As is usual with post settlement governance entities, the governance structure does include a commercial arm, T? Mai R? Investments LP, which is 100% controlled and owned by the PSGE.
The Trust together with T? Mai R? Investments LP forms the Rangitane T? Mai R? Group (the ?Group?)
Our vision is ?Rangit?ne ki runga, Rangit?ne ki roto, Rangit?ne ki waho, Rangit?ne ki raro? and our mission is to ?grow leaders, grow assets and connect wh?nau?.
Are you :
a)An experienced professional with a great can-do attitude and excellent communication skills?
b)Do you have experience with M?ori governance and Treaty settlements?
c)Are you organised and able to oversee and manage multiple relationships and projects?
The key work areas and tasks required in the role include :
a)Strategic direction, including review and development of the existing T? Mai R? strategic, kotahitanga and annual plans.
b)Organisational development, including :
i)Recruitment of required staff and resourcing.
ii)Review and development of appropriate policies, systems and processes.
c)Infrastructure development, including :
ii)Management of the development and implementation of Matauranga M?ori Strategy to revitalise te reo M?ori and Rangit?
ne tikanga for iwi members.
d)Relationship development, including :
ii)Building strong and robust relationships with key stakeholders, wh?nau, marae and hap? to achieve the goals and aspirations of Rangit?ne.
e)Compliance, including ensuring compliance with all aspects of the T? Mai R? Trust Deed, the Rangit?ne settlement obligations and general legislative requirements, such as health and safety.
In addition, you will be responsible for the overall effective management of specific projects and provide direction and leadership during this critical time of development, focussing on meeting key milestones and tasks.
The ability to prepare draft budgets for T? Mai R? approval, maintaining budget limits and manage financial reporting will be an advantage.
To be considered for this role you will have :
d)Great communication skills; and
e)Sound knowledge of M?ori governance and / or Treaty settlements.
Applicants for this position must have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.
For more information about this role, please contact Shelley Rutene at info tumaira.iwi.nz.
Applications close 5pm, Friday 10th July 2020.