Fixed term to 1 July 2022
Kia hiwa rā, kia hiwa rā
Nau mai, haere mai, whakapiri mai!
Kia koutou ngā rangatira mā
Kia kaha, kia māia ki te tono mō ēnei nohonga ki ā Te Hiringa Hauora
We welcome you, come closer.
Come closer to hear the words of encouragement and urge you all to apply for the positions on offer at Te Hiringa Hauora.
Ko te kaupapa About the role
The purpose of the role is to project manage Nōku te Ao Like Minds a programme to uphold the mana and human rights of people with lived experience mental distress.
The role involves working closely with the Programme Lead to project manage an integrated multi-layered programme that includes programme governance, national communications and campaigns, capacity building and structural discrimination work delivered by Te Hiringa Hauora as well as education, a social movement, social action grants, media monitoring, research and evaluation delivered by funded partners.
The role must incorporate kaupapa Māori principles and lived experience leadership into the work.
Te Hiringa Hauora prides itself on providing flexible working options to our staff where possible. If the location, hours, or other conditions of this advert don’t suit your requirements, please ensure you apply and talk to us about what can work for you.
We do our best to work with staff to offer opportunities to make things work for them, and for us.
Nga taonga kei roto I tou kete matauranga What you bring
Ko wai mātou Who we are
Te Hiringa Hauora leads and delivers innovative and high quality national health promotion initiatives. Te Hiringa Hauora is a Crown entity that works with partners including iwi, researchers and academics, community groups, public health advocates, and others who are aligned to our goals.
Te Hiringa Hauora acknowledges the special relationship between Māori and the Crown under Te Tiriti o Waitangi and is committed to recognise and respect the articles of Te Tiriti.
Te Hiringa Hauora encourages and supports staff to learn and enjoy te Reo Māori, waiata, and increase knowledge of Te Ao Māori.
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