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Vacancies

Piki mai ki te waka e kōkiri ai a Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei ki ngā taumata tiketike.

We welcome your interest to work with us.

Current Vacancies.

Registered Nurse (Vaccination Programme) – Tāmaki Vaccination Clinic

 Registered Nurse (Vaccination Programme) – Tāmaki Vaccination Clinic

The opportunity:

Registered Nurses working within the COVID 19 vaccination programme will work across a number of community settings to administer COVID 19 vaccine to eligible population groups. The RN will work across a range of roles in the super vaccination centre for post vaccine observation. The RN will support the team approach ensuring manaaki is evident throughout all of the processes in the centre. There will be times when the RN will need to de-escalate situations and support other team members in their work.

Registered nurses utilise knowledge and complex nursing judgement to assess heath needs and provide care, and to advise and support people to manage their health.  They practice independently and in collaboration with other health professionals, perform general nursing functions and delegate to and direct Enrolled Nurses, Nurse Assistants and Clinical Support Workers.

Registered Nurses may practise in a variety of clinical contexts depending on their educational preparation and practice experience.  Registered Nurses may also use this expertise to manage, evaluate and research nursing practice.  Registered Nurses preceptor new staff, undergraduate and graduate nurses providing education and support. Click here to view full job description. 

If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you! Please email your CV to Leanne Fasavalu – hr@nwo.iwi.nz

Applications close at 4 pm on 30 June 2021.

Registered Nurse (Vaccinator) – Tāmaki Vaccination Clinic

 Registered Nurse (Vaccinator) – Tāmaki Vaccination Clinic

The opportunity:

Registered Nurses working within the COVID 19 vaccination programme will work across a number of community settings to administer COVID 19 vaccine to eligible population groups. The RN vaccinator will work across a range of roles in the super vaccination centre including screening, clinical assessment, informed consent, cold chain management, reconstitution and drawing up of the vaccine, vaccination, post vaccine observation and will clinically manage any post vaccination reaction. The RN Vaccinator will undertake tasks and roles as outlined in the NRHCC SOPs. The RN vaccinator will  support the team approach ensuring manaaki is evident throughout all of the processes in the centre. There will be times when the RN will need to de-escalate situations and support other team members in their work.

Registered nurses utilise knowledge and complex nursing judgement to assess heath needs and provide care, and to advise and support people to manage their health.  They practice independently and in collaboration with other health professionals, perform general nursing functions and delegate to and direct Enrolled Nurses, Nurse Assistants and Clinical Support Workers.

Registered Nurses may practise in a variety of clinical contexts depending on their educational preparation and practice experience.  Registered Nurses may also use this expertise to manage, evaluate and research nursing practice.  Registered Nurses preceptor new staff, undergraduate and graduate nurses providing education and support. Click here to view full job description. 

If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you! Please email your CV to Leanne Fasavalu – hr@nwo.iwi.nz

Applications close at 4 pm on 30 June 2021.

Pou Tu Hono, Cultural, Network and Promotions, Toi Whātua - Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei Whai Māia

 Pou Tu Hono, Cultural, Network and Promotions -Toi Whātua

The opportunity:

This role exists to create, manage, and connect Tuapakihi (Toi Whātua/Whai Māia) to its key stakeholders within and around the Tāmaki-Central isthmus, not excluding regional, national, and global engagements.

The successful candidate will be proficient at developing resourcing, establishing various platforms and communication strategies that will enhance and optimize Tuapakihi’s ability to both share and deliver its cultural portfolio i.e. Te Reo, cultural narratives, traditional and contemporary concepts.

It operates within Toi Whātua, and will collaborate with the Whai Māia Toi-collective, leveraging competencies and portfolios in order to ensure maximal outcomes where and when applicable. This role will support the Team Leads administration, project management and key engagements.

The position is 30 hours per week and fixed Term till December 20, 2021.

If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you! Please email your CV to Leanne Fasavalu – hr@nwo.iwi.nz

Applications close at 4 pm on 30 June 2021.

Kaiwhakahaere Mau Rākau, Toi Whātua - Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei Whai Māia

Kaiwhakahaere Mau Rākau – Toi Whātua

The opportunity:

The Kaiwhakahaere Mau Rākau is responsible for overseeing the growth and development of mau rākau within Ōrākei, central Tāmaki and the uri of Tuperiri.  This role will also provide support to the Ngāti Whātua whare tū taua; Te Whare o te Mānuka, our local kura, blessings, events and tangihanga.

The position is fixed-term 12 months (6-month review).

If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you! Please email your CV to Leanne Fasavalu – hr@nwo.iwi.nz

Applications close at 4 pm on 30 June 2021.

Pouako, Toi Whātua - Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei Whai Māia

 Pouako – Toi Whātua

The opportunity:

The Tuapakihi Team (Toi Whatua/Whai Māia) are seeking a dynamic facilitator / tutor to assist the team to meet its growing current and future delivery demands, both external and internal. The role requires the successful candidate to work both within the team and individually with uri of Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei, and key external stakeholders to provide them with a cultural environmental, conceptual, and bi-lingual language lens, to both embed and enhance the Ngāti Whātua World view within and around the Tāmaki Isthmus.

It operates within Toi Whātua, and will collaborate with the Whai Māia Toi-collective, leveraging competencies and portfolios in order to ensure maximal outcomes where and when applicable.

The position is 30 hours per week and fixed Term till December 20, 2021.

If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you! Please email your CV to Leanne Fasavalu – hr@nwo.iwi.nz

Applications close at 4 pm on 30 June 2021.

Whānau Director - Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei Whai Rawa Ltd

Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei Whai Rawa Limited (“Whai Rawa”) is the commercial subsidiary of the Trust. Underpinned by our hapū mātāpono (values), Whai Rawa actively protects and grows our commercial assets to support whānau, tribal development and aspirations for generations to come.

We are currently recruiting for two (2) whānau Directors to replace the existing whānau Directors who are completing their time on the Whai Rawa Board.

Whānau members of Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei who believe they have the skills and experience that would benefit the Board of Whai Rawa are encouraged to submit a governance resume/CV and cover letter.

Click here for more information on the Whānau Director roles, and to apply

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EXTERNAL OPPORTUNITIES

Check out the External Mahi Opportunities below. Whānau members can directly apply or alternately we can support you and guide you through the application process. Contact Joseph Royal if you are interested – josephr@nwo.iwi.nz

EXTERNAL OPPORTUNITIES.

Associate Consultant.

Due to internal promotion and steady growth, they are looking to recruit an Associate Consultant to join their team. You will work alongside Partners/ Lead Consultants to deliver exceptional research and consulting services to clients through the identification, interviewing, and placement of candidates as part of the executive search function of the business. Recruitment experience is not essential for this role.

For more information and to apply, click here.

Multiple Job Opportunities – NZWindows.

Truck drivers – happy to train and put you through Class 2 – must have had full license for more than 6-months. 2 jobs in Tauranga, 1 in Hamilton, 1 in Auckland.
Loader – 1 in Tauranga – must be able to lift.
Factory staff – will train, just want to learn and want to work (apprenticeships available) – 4 in Tauranga, 4 in Hamilton.
Glaziers – training provided – 2 in Tauranga, 1 in Hamilton, 1 in Auckland.
Installers – training provided, some building related skills preferred – 5 in Tauranga, 4 in Auckland.

Training will be provided for people who are keen, want to work and share our core values – attitude is more important than experience.

Please put the word out and share this post with your friends and whānau – anyone interested please e-mail your details, the position and location to:
Bopsales@nzwindows.co.nz