Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori is committed to the revitalisation of te reo Māori for Aotearoa.

The work we do supports the government’s Māori language strategy – Maihi Karauna, issued under the Māori Language Act 2016.

Our vision is the landscape of Aotearoa will resonate with our indigenous language.

With a strong and supportive team of committed advocates we are committed to making this happen. We are looking for people with appropriate qualifications who relish the opportunity to be part of our organisation and contribute to the development and implementation of our strategy in Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori. 

Principal Operations Advisor (Permanent)

This role is a member of the Senior Leadership team and manages organisational performance for the organisation. You are responsible for the development of key accountability documents and reports on the organisation’s performance and the implementation of major procurement plans for Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori.

You will also be responsible for the cross-sectional work projects that encourage organisational collaboration such as website development, IT strategy and records and information management.

To apply for this role, you will need senior management experience and demonstrated abilities to build and lead a successful team. You will have experience in reporting on organisational performance, procurement systems, contract management, IT systems and record management. The ability to speak te reo Māori is an advantage, as would a commitment to improve your Reo Māori development and use.

If you are ready for your next challenge, please forward your cover letter and CV to Wiremu Tamaki at vacancy@tetaurawhiri.govt.nz

For a copy of the position description Download here [PDF, 78 KB]

Applications close 5pm Friday 2 November 2018.

Roles are located within a Crown Entity, so knowledge and experience of working within and across the government sector is required. You will also have a good understanding of technological developments and how relevant digital media contributes to language revitalisation.


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