Kaiārahi - Permanent, Full-time (40 hours / week)
Rangahaua, kia whai hua
Hei oranga mō te katoa
Hangaia te ā mua
Anei ngā whainga, hei tūāpapa, mō ō mātou mahi katoa
Anei ngā kupu o tō mātou waiata o Rangahaua, kia whai hua, arā a UniServices.
E rau rangatira mā, tēnā koutou.
He tono tēnei mō te hunga e ngākau nui ana ki te mahi rangahau. E wātea ana tētahi tūranga teitei ki roto i tō mātou kāhui, tō mātou whānau, tō mātou kamupene o UniServices.
Ko te tūranga Kaiārahi te tūranga e wātea ana.
Heoi anō rā, e rapu ana mātou i tetahi mātanga mātauranga Māori nei hei ārahi i a mātou, kia taea e mātou te whakatutuki i nga whainga ki roto i tō mātou waiata.
Working with the Executive Leadership team, this role is integral in supporting an environment which recognises and promotes New Zealand's unique bicultural society through leading the development of the UniServices Māori responsiveness framework, and the inclusion of Vision Mātauranga where appropriate, into the research and funding arena.
Vision Mātauranga : unlocking the innovation potential of Māori knowledge, resources and people to assist New Zealanders to create a better future.
The role is also responsible for leading the development and execution of strategies for effective and enduring partnerships with individuals, businesses, incorporations, runanga, trusts, iwi, hapu and marae.
To be successful in this role you will hold a Postgraduate qualification and have :
UniServices is a dedicated research, knowledge transfer and custom education company making a tangible difference to New Zealand and other parts of the world.
Our work is varied and future focussed - we closely partner with the University of Auckland to add value to :
What we have to offer :
A copy of the position description is attached. If this sounds like the role you have been looking for please apply by clicking the 'apply now' button and uploading your CV and cover letter.
Applications close at 8.00pm, 27 September 2020.