Mō mātou About Us
As New Zealand's national statistics office, Tatauranga Aotearoa Stats NZ is uniquely positioned to support the decisions that the Government, Māori and Iwi organisations, businesses, NGO's and New Zealanders make every day.
Our structure, culture and systems are designed with collaboration and customers in mind - mobilised and working together to realise our ambition : About Aotearoa, for Aotearoa - data that improves lives today and for generations to come.
The Māori Data Capability team supports the Te Ao Māori data capability of government and the data capacity and capability of iwi and Māori organisations.
Mō te tūnga The role
In this role you will focus on supporting the te ao Māori data capability of government and coordinate how the government data system responds to the data and data capability needs of iwi.
You will do this by supporting the governance of relevant groups (which may include cross-agency, and iwi and Māori organisations), taking learnings from our work with iwi, preparing guidance / training, delivering workshops, organising wānanga and engaging widely across government and with iwi and Māori organisations.
You will also work with others across the organisation to broker access to other skills and data that may be required.
The Māori Data Capability team will coordinate the work programme closely with the Te Tohu Rautaki Angitu Māori - Partnerships and Engagement team, which oversees our Crown-Māori relations.
We will work in a way that honours our Te Tiriti commitments, doing what is needed to support the data capacity and capability of iwi.
You will be joining a new team in a new work programme and therefore your role will be varied, being adaptable is important.
This role is ideally based in Wellington.
Starting salary : $ 89,177 - $ 104,914 negotiable
Mōu About you
Knowledge and experience of working in or with Te Ao Māori is highly desirable but not essential. What is essential is your ngākau māhaki, ability to listen with true openness, learn, receive feedback, consider opposing views and to be comfortable and able to work in situations where the process isn't pre-defined or clear to begin with.
We're looking for someone who :
Experience in delivering workshops is desirable.
You'll be joining an inclusive environment where people, regardless of gender, race, disability, religion or background are supported to be able to do their best work. This includes :
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