Help shape Auckland's future in this versatile role that offers a fantastic insight into Te Ao Māori, Mana Whenua & co-governance
He whakamāramatanga mō te kamupene - About the organisation
Step into the rich tapestry of this high performing team, which is dedicated to fostering a sense of belonging and understanding in the community. This is a chance to join in on a cultural journey, celebrate diversity while making a meaningful impact together.
Mō te tūnga - About the role
Are you ready for the role of Kaiwhakahono Kaupapa (Communications & Engagement Advisor)? Join this culturally diverse co-governance team, where you'll play a pivotal role in effectively managing communications and engagement. Your responsibilities are as diverse as the cultures celebrated From sharing information to overseeing events.
He kōrero mōu: About you
You are at the forefront of delivering projects on time and within budget, all while embracing the vision and cultural values. You will be a strategic thinker and natural communicator. You have a strong understanding of Te Ao Māori and are competent in the use of Te Reo Māori. Your experience is in communications or engagement and you are well known for your planning, organisation, and events management strengths as well as having strong writing skills.
Ngā āhuatanga kei a mātou: What we offer
You will work alongside a great team of passionate people with a broad range of skills and expertise, providing you the opportunity for career development with the ability to carve out a role that meets business requirements and is aligned to your skill set and areas of interest.
We recognise that neurodiversity is critical to a healthy, successful workplace. Our role is to uncover and advocate strengths via a psychologically safe recruitment experience. So, if a typical recruitment process doesn’t bring out your best, let us know. We want you to shine, not shy away.
Apply here with a CV in MS Word. You’ll need to hold NZ citizenship, residency, or have already secured a valid visa. Want to discuss your suitability further? Find me at www.cultivate.co.nz/about
We understand some job seekers choose not to apply if a role isn’t a 100% match. We’d encourage you to apply anyway or send us your details via www.cultivate.co.nz/jobseekers. If this isn’t right something else might be.
A bit about Kim, who's recruiting this role
Kim loves supporting marketing, comms and digital professionals to start their next career chapter, and has 23 years’ experience recruiting in Tamaki Makaurau. Outside of work you’ll find her on her paddleboard at her local beach, in the yoga studio omming, or cooking up a storm with her busy teenagers.