Registration of Interest for Mana Tangata Kaikōkiri roles
Are you interested in being part of Rangitāne social objectives?
An exciting opportunity has arisen for Mana Tangata Kaikōkiri positions to spearhead our social portfolios through leading the planning and implementation of our Strategic Vision.
With the support of our office and Trustees, the Kaikōkiri roles will be responsible for driving the strategic objectives for portfolios within Te Rūnanga a Rangitāne o Wairau Trust.
We are looking for innovative, dynamic, enthusiastic, and passionate individuals who can represent the portfolios and direct the rollout of the strategy, utilising iwi, whānau, hapū, marae, and community networks, as well as working alongside key stakeholders. We seek individuals who can adjust to changing demands and circumstances, and be prepared to undertake an array of tasks to achieve the successful implementation of our strategy.
Residence in Wairau is preferred but not essential. These are voluntary roles, no previous experience is needed just interest and enthusiasm. Full training and support will be given.
The Kaikōkiri roles are:
This role requires a person who is committed to providing opportunities for our Rangatahi to thrive in their culture, learning, connections, and identity.
Key focus areas; Engagement, opportunities, identity, and growth.
This role requires a person who has a good rapport with our kaumātua and time to commit to developing pastoral care opportunities to nurture and support their wellbeing.
Key focus areas; Connection, engagement, acknowledgment, support & wellbeing.
This role requires a person who is passionate about developing access to educational pathways and promoting success in learning.
Key focus areas; Educational pathways, opportunities, and connections.
This role requires a person who is committed to nurturing pathways to improving the overall health and wellbeing of our whānau.
Key focus areas; Information and prevention, advocacy, events & activities, hākinakina, and pūtea tautoko support.
KAIKŌKIRI TAKAHI WHENUA
This role requires people with the ability to provide whānau with opportunities to meet, learn, and support traditional and/or current planting, hunting, gathering, and rongoā practices.
Key focus areas: Opportunities for whānau to learn and experience tikanga Māori.
Please contact the office on 03 578 6180 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
for a copy of the role description, strategic plan, and remuneration policy.