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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.

Poukōkiri Kura (Toi Whātua) - Ngati Whatua Orakei Whai Maia Ltd

Poukōkiri Kura (Toi Whātua)

Te Whiwhinga Mahi | The opportunity

Ko au te whare. Ko au te reo, ngā kōrero, ngā waiata, ngā mātauranga. The purpose of the Poukōkiri Kura is to facilitate and coordinate the identified objectives for the establishment of the Kura.

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

Māori Worldview / Ngāti Whātuatanga

  • Demonstrates a high level of Te Reo Māori, tikanga and whakaaro Māori. Committed to learning and developing Te Reo Māori me ōna Tīkanga capacity.
  • Have a very strong affinity and pride in Ngāti Whātua Ōrākeitanga, Ngāti Whātuatanga and Tāmakitanga. 2. Develop a broad and holistic understanding of the many dynamics of Tāmaki.

Leadership

  • To work alongside the Toi Whātua GM to activate and implement the Kura strategy and workstreams to achieve the primary purpose of this role, as stated above.
  • To work alongside the Poukōkiri to access and activate Whai Māia supports and systems.
  • To develop a networks database for the Kura.
  • To attend meetings, professional development training, events and hui where required.
  • Provide a report of projects per month.

Administration

  • Confident written and spoken communication skills in Māori and English.
  • Ability to work with multiple stakeholders, partners, and iwi
  • Ability to work independently and within a team, organisational skills, data entry, general office management.
  • Diary management, appointment arranging, booking venues and hui requirements.

Advocacy and Communications

  • To work alongide the Poukōkiri to navigate the various communications provisions and platforms.
  • To coordinate and host kaupapa that meet the objectives of implementing the strategy for the Kura.
  • Oversee and publish material, in a timely manner, that informs, promotes and elevates the kura and its developments.

Te Tono | How to apply:

To apply for this role, you can submit your CV and Cover Letter to  hr@nwo.iwi.nz. To request a position description or have a pātai regarding the role, contact Leanne Fasavalu on 09 3361670  or email hr@nwo.iwi.nz.  We look forward to hearing from you.

Applications close – Sunday 12 December 2021.

Practice Nurse x2 - Ngati Whatua Orakei Whai Maia Ltd

Practice Nurse x2

Te Whiwhinga Mahi | The opportunity

We are looking for a Practice Nurse to work with the awesome team at Ōrākei Health Services located in Eastridge Mall, Mission Bay. We need someone highly engaged, passionate about patient care, patient-focused, and comfortable in a busy clinic. Ōrākei Health Services is a busy VLCA (very low-cost access) practice with a diverse patient mix. Some of our key focuses is health equity for our Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei and can offer the successful candidate workplace variety, and a supportive team and management structure. We are also relatively unique, being iwi-owned (Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei), and have a strong focus on providing high-quality affordable healthcare for our community.

You will work with the administrators, nurses, and doctors to deliver a first-class experience for our community. This role is a full-time role with a 0.8 minimum FTE. No weekend work is required.

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

Essential Skills: 

  • Two years post-graduate experience
  • Familiar with chronic care/long term conditions management
  • Works autonomously and works well in a team with confidence
  • Clear communication style, both written and verbal
  • Demonstrated experience in a General Practice or Accident & Medical environment

Desirable skills:

  • Cervical Smear taker, or willing to train as a Cervical Smear taker
  • Phlebotomy
  • Proficient in te reo Māori me ngā tikanga an advantage
  • Tech-savvy – preferably Medtech32/evolution PMS
  • Current immunisation certificate

Te Tono | How to apply:

To apply for this role, you can submit your CV and Cover Letter through Seek NZ. To request a position description or have a pātai regarding the role, contact Leanne Fasavalu on 09 3361670  or email hr@nwo.iwi.nz.  We look forward to hearing from you.

Applications close – Sunday 12 December 2021.

Tāmaki Vaccination Centre Kaimahi - Ngati Whatua Orakei Whai Maia Ltd

Tāmaki Vaccination Centre Kaimahi

Te Whiwhinga Mahi | The opportunity

The site kaimahi will work across a range of disciplines to support the Covid-19 vaccine roll out across Tāmaki Vaccination site. You will be rostered a varied number of roles including greeting and initial health screening of customers, ensuring flow of customers through the TVC, and accurate record of information and providing administrative task, monitoring customers post vaccination for potential reactions.

Tasks & Responsibilities include:

  • Reception and registration and administration 
  • Customer service
  • Flow Coordination & Observation
  • Maintaining Confidentiality
  • Health, Safety & Quality improvement

Te Tono | How to apply:

To apply for this role, you can submit your CV and Cover Letter to  hr@nwo.iwi.nz. To request a position description or have a pātai regarding the role, contact Leanne Fasavalu on 09 3361670  or email hr@nwo.iwi.nz.  We look forward to hearing from you.

Applications close – Sunday 12 December 2021.

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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 the team if you are interested – whaimaia@nwo.iwi.nz

EXTERNAL OPPORTUNITIES.

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COMMERCIAL HOST .  SEA LIFE Kelly Tarltons Aquarium 

Are you passionate, highly motivated and love working in a dynamic, fast paced environment?

We currently have a fantastic opportunity to join our team as a Commercial Host at Sea Life Kelly Tarlton’s Aquarium, part of the Merlin Entertainments group.

 Your duties include but are not limited to: Providing an exceptional, fun experience for all of the guests that come through our doors to support an increase in guest engagement focused KPI results. Working in our Food & Beverage Café area; processing till transactions, stocking, merchandising, food service, food handling, cleaning and preparing hot drinks & more.

Contact Jenny Thirgood at Kelly Tarltons here for more information & to apply for the role.

 

ARE YOU INTERESTED IN CLIMATE CHANGE AND CREATING AN IMPACT IN THIS SPACE?

There is massive opportunity to be involved in a rangatahi climate change group that Auckland Council has been advancing. This Kaupapa is driven by rangatahi for rangatahi.

The group focusses on engaging with rangatahi Māori through a development stage of Te Tarukē a Tawhiri, a Manawhenua document collaborated on with Auckland Council – Click link to Read More.

Are you:

  • Around 20-30years.
  • Whakapapa to Tāmaki
  • Understand how the changes on taiāo effect our ao

If this sounds like you or you know someone between the ages of 20-30 that would be interested in being a part of this awesome kaupapa, please enquire or send any pātai to Tarumai  Kerehoma-Hoani at tarumaik@nwo.iwi.nz.

HEALTH PROVIDER ENGAGEMENT LEAD.  nib

This is your opportunity to be actively involved in developing the relationships with health providers through excellent analysis, negotiation and engagement.     You will assist in the analysis of data and identifying opportunities to continually improve and streamline nib processes.

In addition to the above, you will be engaged in providing support to health providers, and managing nib’s First Choice Network.

Applications close 17 December 2021

Click here for more info & to apply. 

POU ATAWHAI – TIKANGA MĀORI NAVIGATOR. Mercy Hospice

The whakapapa of Te Korowai Atawhai, Mercy Hospice began with the call from the wāhine Māori of Tāmaki-makau-rau, to which the Sisters of Mercy responded in 1849.

Today, our mission and values have their roots in the work of these Tīpuna wāhine – to ensure that all those in our community needing palliative care, receive it with the utmost professional skill and respect. We are committed to ensuring our hauora (wellbeing) services are equitable and delivered in ways that meet the diverse needs of our patients and whānau, that reflect our values.

A kaiatawhai role has long been established within our whānau and we are evolving how we might enhance this for the future needs of our Māori whānau. Your story could be part of ours; could this be the call for you?

Click here for more info & to apply.