Iwi Development Adviser - Kaiwhanake Ā-Iwi at Te Papa, Wellington - Wairarapa
Mō tēnei tūranga mahi | About this role
He tūranga tēnei mō tētahi e ngākaunui ana ki te āwhina, ki te tautoko me te ārahi hoki i ngā whānau, i ngā hapū me ngā iwi e whakatinana ana i o rātou ake rautaki hei tiaki i a rātou taonga i roto i ngā whare taonga, i ngā kāinga, i runga i ngā marae maha o te motu. Ahakoa, kei roto te tūranga nei i te rōpū, National Services Te Paerangi, i Te Papa Tongarewa, ka haere te Kaiwhakawhanake ā-Iwi ki te kōrero ā-kanohi, ki te whakarongo ā-taringa, ki te mahi tahi ki ngā kaitiaki kei ngā rohe puta noa i te motu.
Me āhei te kaitono ki te whakaaro whānui me te whakakaha hononga i waenga i te Māori, i ngā whare taonga me ērā atu tari i roto i te wāhanga mahi nei. Me mātau hoki ia ki te kōrero i te reo Māori, ki te whakahaere i ngā tikanga Māori i roto i ngā mahi o ngā whare taonga me ngā tikanga e pā ana ki te tiaki taonga. Pai ake hoki mehemea kua mahi kē te kaitono i roto i ngā whare taonga, i roto rānei i tētahi tūranga tiaki taonga i ngā tau tata ki muri nei.
Are you looking for a flexible and creative role where you can assist iwi to become actively involved in the cultural sector?
National Services Te Paerangi is a unit within Te Papa. Its mission is to strengthen the museum sector by providing practical and strategic help to museums and iwi throughout Aotearoa New Zealand. As part of this mission, we are looking to strengthen our responsiveness to iwi to help build capacity and increase iwi involvement in the future management of taonga, whether in collaboration with museums or as part of their own strategic development plans. Although based in Wellington, the successful applicant must be able to spend at least half of their time travelling beyond Wellington.
The aim of this role is to provide face-to-face support, resources and advice to whānau, hapū and iwi, to collaborate with other institutions around the country, as well as communicate sector needs and issues back to National Services Te Paerangi.
- A high level of communication skills and fluency in te reo
- A strong understanding of tikanga Māori and its application in a wide range of situations, including within museum work
- Established networks and experience working among iwi, Māori organisations, museum professionals and kaitiaki taonga
- A strong background in the museum sector or related experience in kaitiakitanga of taonga as it relates to collections held in museums
- A proven ability to work independently
- You'll also have a good understanding of the work of National Services Te Paerangi
Consideration will be given to applicants requiring flexible hours of work.
The salary range for this position is $59,000 to $74,000 with further room for progression through the band. Offers will be made within the range to reflect the skills and experience offered by the candidate and those required of the role, and internal relativities with other employees.
This is a permanent full time (40 hours) role and all applicants must have the legal right to work in New Zealand. Prior to Te Papa confirming any offer of employment, pre-employment checks will be undertaken including criminal conviction history and
Questions about this position can be sent to Paora Tibble, Manager Iwi Development, Paora.Tibble@tepapa.govt.nz.
Applications close 9 February 2023
Ngā taipitopito tūranga mahi | Job details
|Location:||Wellington - Wairarapa|
|Position type:||Ongoing - Full Time|
|Attachment:||PD_Iwi_Development_Adviser.pdf (PDF, 214KB)
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