The opportunity Te Whiwhinga mahi
Tōku reo, tōku ohooho, tōku reo, tōku māpihi maurea, tōku reo, tōku whakakai marihi!
Our world-rankedFaculty of Arts is the home of the humanities, social sciences, languages, Māori Studies and Pacific studies at the University.
The Faculty seeks to fill the exciting role of Kaiārahi,
With the implementation ofTaumata Teitei Vision 2030 and Strategic Plan 2025, this is a great time to be working at the University and within the faculty.
As a University, we are working with mana whenua to create an enduring framework called Waipapa (based upon the Ngāti Whātua Ōrakei-gifted name for the University, Waipapa Taumata Rau).
Our Kaiārahi will lead the development and delivery of strategies for effective and enduring engagement with Māori and Pacific students, communities, schools and staff.
You will also take a leading role in the development and implementation of strategies for the recruitment, retention and success of Māori and Pacific students.
As a faculty leader, the Kaiārahi will take a lead role in the implementation of O tatou mātapono (the faculty values project) and provide expert guidance to the faculty with respect to tikanga, Te Tiriti o Waitangi and relevant sections of Taumata Teitei.
You will also play a key role within the University’s the Kaiārahi community of practice and represents the faculty with relevant Māori and Pacific stakeholders across the University and wider community.
For more detailed information, please refer to the position description.
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