Vacancies

We are excited to share with you the latest vacancies available within our hapū. We believe in fostering growth and empowering whānau and our community to explore fulfilling opportunities.

Join us in creating a vibrant and supportive community by taking advantage of these vacancies and embarking on a journey of personal and professional development. Together, let's unlock the potential within our hapū and build a brighter future for our whānau and iwi.

Employment Opportunities

To learn more about the role and how to apply, click the arrow.

  • General Practitioner - Ōrākei Health

    Ko wai mātou | Who are we:

    Nau mai, haere mai, come join us at Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei, Whai Māia in the Ōrākei Health team. 

    Whai Māia is the tribal development arm for Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei.  We are a diverse business encompassing education and learning, careers and employment, housing, health and wellbeing, culture and heritage, and environmental and resource management areas.

    Te Whiwhinga Mahi | The opportunity:

    We are looking for General Practitioners. The role is varied and based on a roster where the GP will provide a range of primary care services within a multidisciplinary team. The GP provides individual and whānau/family medical care within the Primary Healthcare, Outreach and tele-health settings.

    The GP works closely with the Senior GP and Nursing team to offer clinical guidance, assistance, education, and support. Partnerships & collaboration with other teams within Toi Ora are required to provide efficient, effective, holistic wrap-around services to ensure the overall wellbeing of patients/whānau.

    Ngā tino pūkenga/whēako | Essential skills/experiences for the role:

    Our ideal candidate:

    • General Practice qualifications
    • NZ registered
    • Fully registered medical practitioner with current Annual Practising Certificate of Medical Council NZ.
    • Current membership of professional liabilities insurance group eg. Medical Protection Society or Medical Defence Union
    • Proven leadership skills 
    • A team player with the ability to motivate and coach people 
    • Generates trust and is discreet, able to work in a collaborative and supportive partnership
    • Strong relationship skills 
    • Integrity, honesty and reliable
    • Ability to work independently and be a team member
    • Demonstrate commitment to quality improvement initiatives
    • Commitment to ongoing education & professional development
    • Sense of humour
    • Outcome and solutions focus
    • Be eligible to work in New Zealand

    Te Tono | How to apply:

    If this sounds like you, please send your cover letter and CV to Peopleculture@nwo.iwi.nz.

  • Nurse Manager - Ōrākei Health

    Te Whiwhinga Mahi | The opportunity

    Our Nurse Manager plays an essential role in the advancement and development of our nursing team within general practice. The Nurse Manager leads the nursing team, which includes Registered Nurses, Enrolled Nurses and Health Care Assistants, to provide safe, high-quality, efficient and effective nursing service to our practice population.

    You will work closely with the Clinical Lead, Practice Manager, General Practitioners, Nursing team and social workers across Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei Whai Māia to provide a range of Primary Care Nursing services within a multidisciplinary team. You will be responsible for establishing and implementing safe and vigorous clinical processes and practices within our nursing team. 

    You will support the induction, mentoring, training, and implementation of professional development plans of our nursing team.

    Our Nursing Staff enjoy a genuine work-life balance, a wide range of practice work, and an environment where supportive professional career opportunities are on offer.

    Ngā tino pūkenga/whēako | Essential skills/experiences for the role:

    • At least 3+ years of proven experience in a Lead Nurse role that includes managing people Background in training & mentoring nurses.
    • Current Vaccinators Certificate. 
    • You must be NZ registered with current annual practising and CPR certificates.
    • Clinical experience and passion for primary care and primary care nursing
    • Proven quality improvement experience
    • Knowledge of Te Reo Maori/Tikanga
    • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal

     

    Desirable but not required:

    Postgraduate qualification or nurse prescribing authorisation.

    If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you; please apply now via Seek. For further information regarding the role, please email Peopleculture@nwo.iwi.nz

    Applications Close: 23 February 2024

    Applicants must have the right to work in New Zealand.

  • Tamariki Ora Administrator – Toi Ora

    Te Whiwhinga Mahi | The opportunity

     

    This position’s purpose is to support the Tamariki Ora and Māori Mobile Unit Teams to the provision of office and administration support. The Administrator/Support Person effectively manages patient data and provides prompt and friendly support to the team, whanau, and other stakeholders.

     

    This role will deliver administration support, including:

     

    Act as contact person for general public inquiries, and internal and external services

    Office tasks such as filing, delivering mail, answering emails and phone calls, and data entry.

    Coordinate schedules and manage calendars

    Attend home vaccination appointments with the Māori Mobile Unit Nurse

    Build relationships with suppliers and external services

    Support Tamariki Ora Facebook page

     

    Ngā tino pūkenga/whēako | Essential skills/experiences for the role:

     

    Mātauranga Māori and knowledge of Treaty of Waitangi 

    Proficiency in tikanga Māori and Te Reo Māori – an advantage

    3-4 years experience in administration or customer service role

    Experience in working clients/customers and stakeholders

    High proficiency with Microsoft Office suite – Essential

    Full (clean) New Zealand driver’s license

     

    If you're interested, please apply at this link with a cover letter and CV via Seek - Tamariki Ora Administrator Job in Orakei, Auckland - SEEK. For a copy of the Position Description, please email peopleculture@nwo.iwi.nz.

     

    Part-time Fixed Term (18 months) – 10-20 hours per week

     

    Applications Close: 23 February 2024

    Applicants must have the right to work in New Zealand

  • Kaiako Tūturu – Tohu whakaako

    Kei ngā ururoa o te reo Māori, kei ngā iho pūmanawa, areare taringa mai! 

    He hiahia nui nōu te arataki i te tamaiti kia tū māia, kia tū rangatira, kia whai mana ki roto i tōna ake tuakiri? E hīkaka ana kia poipoia, kia whakatenatenahia ngā rangatira o āpōpō e koe me te reo Māori, Tikanga Māori, Mātauranga Māori, Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei ake nei?

    Hena! Nau mai, haere mai, tahuti mai ki Te Puna Reo Ōkahukura. E karanga ana tēnei puna mātauranga, tēnei āhuru mōwai ki a koe, mai te whenua taurīkura o Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei.

    Tū Tika, Tū Māori, Tū Pono mai! 

    Are you looking to work in an environment where your passion, creativity, and energy can be unleashed?

     Are you seeking to provide quality care and education to tamariki/mokopuna in a kaupapa Māori environment?

     Te Puna Reo Ōkahukura Early Childhood Centre is looking for a qualified/trained kaiako with a high level of fluency in te reo Māori who will nurture our mokopuna and help plan and implement learning programmes that respond to the identity, interests, strengths and capabilities of all our tamariki.

     We are located in Orākei, close to the marae, overlooking the beautiful Waitematā.  Tō mātou waimarie, our playground extends out onto the whenua rangatira of Ngāti Whātua.  Come see for yourself!

    The ideal applicant will:

    Have the ability to proactively integrate Te Reo Rangatira me ōna Tikanga Māori in all aspects of the curriculum, on a daily basis.

    Establish responsive and reciprocal relationships with tamariki that respect their interests, individuality, culture, and place in the community.

     Be conscientious and resilient and keep up with the mahi of a high-functioning team.

    Actively support and contribute to your team’s professional development, while taking ownership of your own.

    Tautoko i ngā tikanga o Whai Māia o Ngāti Whātua: Whanaungatanga, Kōtahitanga, Wairuatanga, Kaitiakitanga, Manaakitanga, Rangatiratanga, Ahi Kaa, Ngāti Whātuatanga.

     Applicants must have the following:

    • Dip Tch ECE, B.Ed, equivalent Tohu
    • Eligible for Teacher Registration / Provisionally Registered / Full registration.
    • Experience working with Tamariki in ECE
    • Competency in Te Reo Rangatira

     

    Applicants must have the right to take on a permanent role in NZ at the time of application.

    If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you; please apply now via seek Kaiako Tūturu – Tohu whakaako Job in Orakei, Auckland - SEEK. For further information regarding the role, please email Peopleculture@nwo.iwi.nz

  • Pou Āwhina – Administration – Toi Kuranga

    Looking to make a real difference? 

     

    Permanent role – 9 am to 3 pm – Monday to Friday (30 hours per week)

     

    Ko wai mātou | Who are we

     

    Ko Whai Māia te peka whakawhanake o Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei. He huhua ngā kōkiri a tēnei peka, ko te mātauranga me te ako, ko te reo Māori me te ahurea tuakiri a Ngāti Whātua, ko ngā umanga me te mahi, ko ngā whare, ko te hauora me te oranga, ko te mahi tāpoi me ngā taonga tuku iho, ko te tiaki taiao me te penapena rawa

    Whai Māia is the tribal development arm for Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei.  We are a diverse business encompassing education and learning, careers and employment, housing, health and wellbeing, culture and heritage, and environmental and resource management.  Our people are the heart of Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei. Our goal is for whānau to be loved and nurtured, strong and happy, stand tall and proud, confident and enjoy life in comfort, companionship and inclusion.

     

    Te Whiwhinga Mahi | The opportunity

     

    The Pouāwhina role is to the support Toi Kuranga, a faction of Toi Whātua, the cultural capacity space within Whai Māia, in their day-to-day work, regarding education within our ECE and schools' spaces and all that encompasses.

     

    The role will entail the administration of multiple areas, from supporting the Poukōkiri with Te Puna reo Okahukura and Ōrākei School to relationships with Ngā kura ā iwi o Aotearoa, Te Tāhuhu o te Mātauranga, English and Māori Medium kura, the development of a Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei centric curriculum, development of kaiako within Ngāti Whātua, iwi engagement initiatives and more. 

     

    This role will deliver administration support, including:

    • Support the various activities of the Poukōkiri and Pouhāpai.
    • Initiate and manage relationships between parties of interest and key stakeholders
    • Office tasks such as filing, delivering mail, answering emails and phone calls, and data entry.
    • Coordinate schedules and manage calendars for Toi kuranga
    • Prepare documents, presentation materials, and facilities for hui’s

     

    Ngā tino pūkenga/whēako | Essential skills/experiences for the role:

    • Mātauranga Māori and knowledge of Treaty of Waitangi 
    • Proficiency in tikanga Māori and Te Reo Māori – an advantage
    • 3-4 years experience in administration or customer service role
    • Experience in working clients/customers and stakeholders
    • High proficiency with Microsoft Office suite – Essential
    • Full (clean) New Zealand driver’s license

     

    If you're interested, please apply at this link with a cover letter and CV via Seek - Pou Āwhina-Administration Toi Kuranga Job in Orakei, Auckland - SEEK. For a copy of the Position Description, please email peopleculture@nwo.iwi.nz.

     

    Applicants must have the right to work in New Zealand.

  • Kaiwhakatau Manuhiri – Puna Reo Administrator

    Nau mai, Haere mai, come join us at our Puna Reo as our Kaiwhakatau Manuhiri.

     

    Ko wai mātou | Who are we

    Whai Māia is the tribal development arm for Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei.  We are a diverse business encompassing education and learning, careers and employment, housing, health and wellbeing, culture and heritage, and environmental and resource management.  Our people are the heart of Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei. Our goal is for whānau to be loved and nurtured, strong and happy, stand tall and proud, confident and enjoy life in comfort, companionship and inclusion.

     

    Te Whiwhinga Mahi | The opportunity

    We are looking for a Kaiwhakatau Manuhiri (Puna Administrator) to work with the awesome team at our Puna Reo in Ōrākei. 

    This position aims to ensure the front desk welcomes manuhiri positively and executes all administrative tasks to the highest quality standards. The Te Puna Reo Administrator is the first point of contact for our whānau and tamariki and offers administrative support to our kaiako and Tumuaki.  This role will also maintain tamariki enrolment and attendance, engage with whāanau, assist with rosters, hui and health and safety and maintain the Discover childcare management system.  This role also has responsibilities around funding, reporting and compliance.

     

    Ngā tino pūkenga/whēako | Essential skills/experiences for the role:

     

    Our ideal candidate:

    • Provides a warm, friendly, and proactive approach
    • Experience with Microsoft Office – Word, Excel, Outlook
    • Clear communication style, both written and verbal
    • Strong data entry with high speed and accuracy
    • Enjoys working as part of a team
    • Familiarity with kaupapa Māori an advantage
    • Ability to provide services in line with Kaupapa Māaori 
    • Excellent customer service skills, provides a warm, friendly, and proactive approach
    • Clear communication style, both written and verbal
    • Strong data entry with high speed and accuracy
    • Enjoys working as part of a team

     

    If you're interested, please apply with a cover letter and CV via Seek. Kaiwhakatau Manuhiri (Puna Reo Administrator) Job in Orakei, Auckland - SEEK For a copy of the Position Description or questions regarding this role, please email peopleculture@nwo.iwi.nz.  

     

    Applicants must have the right to work in New Zealand. 

    Applications will close on 25 February 2024.

     

    If you're interested, please apply at this link with a cover letter and CV via Seek Pourewa Administrator Job in Orakei, Auckland - SEEK. For a copy of the Position Description, please email peopleculture@nwo.iwi.nz.

  • Office Administrator - Pourewa

    Te Whiwhinga Mahi | The opportunity

    The purpose of this role is to efficiently manage various administrative tasks. This includes email processing, inquiries, purchase orders, payments for orders, managing volunteer inquiries, and coordinating site visits. Along with this, this role will also ensure the effective curation and distribution of the Te Ketu newsletter, which provides updates to Uri of Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei. This role is central to maintaining the smooth operation of our team and ensuring the satisfaction of our stakeholders.

    Through this role, you will deliver administration support, including:

    · Support to the Poukokiri

    · Volunteer and Site visit coordination

    · Manage document control and filing.

    · Manage hui’s – preparation and minute-taking

    · Coordinate stock take of resources and materials

    · Build in new systems and processes to effectively improve workflow

    Ngā tino pūkenga/whēako | Essential skills/experiences for the role:

    ·    Mātauranga Māori and knowledge of Treaty of Waitangi 

    ·  Proficiency in tikanga Māori and Te Reo Māori – an advantage

    ·  2-3 years experience in administration or customer service role

    ·   Experience with Monday.com (preferred)

    ·   Experience in working clients/customers and stakeholders

    ·  High proficiency with Microsoft Office suite – Essential

    ·  Full (clean) New Zealand driver’s license 

    If you're interested, please apply at this link with a cover letter and CV via Seek Office Administrator - Pourewa Job in Orakei, Auckland - SEEK. For a copy of the Position Description, please email peopleculture@nwo.iwi.nz.

    Applicants must be entitled to work in New Zealand

  • External Opportunities

    Subscribe below to our Mahi Board E-pānui for regular mahi & opportunity updates. Cant find anything you are interested in here? Fill out our Mahi interest form to tell us what your looking for and team will reach out to find opportunities for you!

    Click here
  • Mahi100

    Mahi100 is a campaign that aims to advance 100 Whātua uri into employment and/or upskilling opportunities. We will be working closely with key partners to ensure whānau have the best wrap-around support regarding employment.

    Check it out here

The Mahi Board

New Opportunities Every Week!

Subscribe to our Mahi Board