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Maori Cultural Advisor

Last update 2024-02-23
Expires 2024-03-23
ID #2028794485
114,456 NZ$
Maori Cultural Advisor
New Zealand, Wellington, Wellington,
Modified February 13, 2024

Description

New Zealand Police is working with the community to make New Zealanders be safe and feel safe.

With over 13,000 staff, we provide policing services 24 hours a day, every day.

We operate by land, sea and air, manage over 860,000 emergency calls a year and are always actively preventing crime and crashes.

We're working towards specific goals and targets that highlight our intent to work collaboratively with iwi and communities, other government sectors and business partners to deliver 'Our Business' and achieve long-term change.

Maori Cultural Advisor * Based at Te Whanganui-a-Tara * Permanent, Full Time * Nationally Advertised Vacancy * Office of Constable/Police Employee * JR4657025 Mo te taiao, mo nga tangata | Thriving together Our environment and our people go hand-in-hand.

E te iwi, kua watea mai tetahi turanga, hai tono mau.

Mehemea he tangata koe e rata ana ki nga mahi e horapa ai te ao Maori, e tupu ai te ao Maori ki nga moka katoa o Aotearoa, tena panuitia nga whakamahuki o raro iho nei.

Are you skilled and knowledgeable in te ao Maori? Do you enjoy sharing te ao Maori with everyone? Come and join our journey to grow organisational capability and confidence in te ao Maori.

Mo te tunga | About the role We are looking for someone to join our Iwi and Community whanau as a Maori Cultural Advisor reporting to the National Engagement Manager (Maori).

This role is responsible for supporting the Senior Maori Partnerships Advisors and Maori Responsive Managers in assisting our kaimahi to develop their knowledge and skills in te reo Maori, Tikanga, Matauranga Maori and Te Tiriti o Waitangi, ensuring that te Ao Maori is seen, heard, felt and spoken - Ko Te Ao Maori ka kitea, ka rangona, ka korerohia.

By developing NZ Police kaimahi confidence and capability in te ao Maori, we are better enabled to partner and engage with tangata whenua with the utmost cultural integrity.

This role provides expert advice on te ao Maori capability at organisational, team and individual levels.

It involves participation in the planning, collaboration, design, delivery and evaluation of various organisational development initiatives, as outlined in our Strategy, 'Te Huringa o Te Tai".

Key Accountabilities: * Supporting the delivery and implementation of Te Huringa o te Tai strategy and 'Our Business'.

* Team player: Contributes to the wider team by being proactive, taking initiative and managing time and competing deadlines appropriately.

* Coordinating and facilitating communication and meetings between NZ Police and community leaders, to achieve community input into Iwi & Community and Police strategies and initiatives * Maintaining effective working relationships with Responsiveness Managers and Liaison Officers within Districts to foster a commitment to delivering on Iwi & community strategies and initiatives He aha taau e kawe mai | What you'll bring Whilst we are looking for skills, knowledge and experience relevant to the role, we also place high importance on your state of mind, the alignment of your values with ours, your ability to contribute to and build high performing teams, and the way that you lead yourself or others.

Highlights of working with us include: * The opportunity to make a significant positive difference to Iwi/Communities by building long term partnerships * Varied and challenging mahi * Commitment to supporting you to grow and develop * Supportive and collaborative hoa mahi * Flexibility with the way you work Whakaritenga motuhake | Special requirements * Must have fluency in Te Reo Rangatira me ona tikanga & experience/ competency/knowledgeable in speaking on the marae This role is set at Individual Contributor level, this means your key purpose is "to deliver or enable others to deliver Our Business".

To view the position description for this role please copy and paste this link into a new browser: https://www.police.govt.nz/sites/default/files/pd/01-2024/maori_cultural_advisor.pdf Mo tatou | About us New Zealand Police is the lead agency responsible for preventing crime and enhancing community safety.

It works in partnership with individuals, communities, businesses, and other public sector agencies towards the vision of making New Zealand the safest country.

Police is the government's largest front-line response agency with around 15,000 staff in large and small communities all over New Zealand and in liaison and policing development roles overseas.

Your development is highly valued at NZ Police.

Our employees enjoy significant investment in their development not only at an individual level, but also at the team and community of practice level.

We work hard to match you with work that will both play to your strengths and challenge you in new ways.

The work you'll be engaged in is real, tangible work that directly benefits our frontline and communities.

Taken all together, this means we can offer you career path opportunities to progress in your chosen profession and become a more well-rounded, experienced leader, with opportunities across the range of work we support.

To view more detailed information about our recruitment process along with further details about requirements please click below link: Applicant Information Pack (External) Tono inaianei | Apply now If this position sounds like you, click apply now and submit a tailored CV.

You will be required to submit an application form.

Before confirmation of hire, pre-employment checks will be undertaken which include reference, drug and alcohol testing and police vetting prior to any written offer being made.

For further information on the application process, please copy and paste this URL: https://www.police.govt.nz/careers All applications must be submitted online and will not be accepted directly via email.

All applicants must have the right to work in New Zealand.

If you are an internal applicant, you must apply internally through the police system.

You must provide an alternative contact email address and state your future commitments should you be successful for the next stage of the recruitment process.? Utu a-tau | Salary This position is covered by a collective agreement and salary will commence between $98,854 and $114,456 dependent on skills and experience relevant to the role.

Please note: Deadline for applications is 5:00 pm on Friday 23rd February.

Applications may be reviewed prior to the close date as well as contact made with candidates.

If you have any questions about this vacancy, please contact ******

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Maori cultural advisor

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