Full-Time Deputy Chief Executive Māori – Manukau Institute of Technology
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Deputy Chief Executive Māori – Manukau Institute of Technology
Mai i te tau 1970 kua whakaumutia te oranga tāngata e mātou i te Whare Takiura o Manukau, ā, ko mātou tētahi o ngā kura nui hei whakarato i ngā hōtaka hangarau, momo mahi me te whai mātauranga ngāio hoki i Aotearoa. Ia te tau, 16000 o ngā tauira e kōwhiri ana i MIT, 1500 hoki o ngā kaimahi i kōwhiria ko tēnei tā rātou nei wāhi mahi. Ka tukuna e mātou he maha ngā hōtaka mai i te tiwhikete, whakawhiti ki te tohu paetahi ki ō mātou kura e toru.
Nā MIT e kimi nei tētahi hunga Deputy Chief Executive Māori. Rīpoatahia e ia ki te tūmuaki ā, e noho ana i a ia i Ōtara. He tūranga matua, whakahirahira hoki i a MIT. Nā ko ia he mema o te Executive Leadership Team me te Rūnunga Komiti o MIT. Kei a ia te haepapa mo te kounga me te angitu hoki i ngā āhuatanga Māori katoa o te kura Takiura me te tiaki hoki i ngā kaimahi o Ngā Kete Wānanga Marae hei manaaki anō ratou i ngā kaimahi, ngā tauira me te hāpori whānui hoki o MIT.
Ko te whāinga matua o te mahi nei kia whiwhi pai i ngā hua mō te Māori, katahi te ako, ka rua te whiwhi mahi. Mā te ako torowhānui e whakatenatena ana i ngā tauira kia tutuki pai hei Māori me te whakaū tonutia i ngā whakaarotanga Māori hei ahurea pai mō ngai tauira me ngai kaimahi o MIT.
Mā te tūranga e arahi te piripono ki te Tiriti o Waitangi i te taha o te mahi ngātahi ki te hunga Māori katoa.
Ka whakaurua e te tūranga he takohanga mō te māhere Rautaki, ko te Rautaki Mātauranga – Māori Report, Matariki 2019, hoatu i ngā kīanga katoa me ngā tautokohanga, ā, he kaitohutohu i te whiwhinga o te tirohanga nui a ngā whāinga Rautaki nei. Āpiti atu ko te wāhanga o te Māori Talent Strategy hei huarahi whakapakari kaimahi ki te whakatō pai ai i ō rātou ake whakaarotanga, Māori hei korowai mō te Whare Takiura puta noa i ngā taumata katoa.
E rapu ana mātou i te tangata hāneanea ki te noho i te taumata rangatira mo ngā tau nui ake i te whitu. He hunga matatau i te reo Māori, ā, he rahi āna hononga motuhenga ki te hāpori whānui. Ko te ārahi tīma he mahi nui mōna me tōna wheako me pēhea te whakahaeretanga tāngata, me te mahitahi i te taha o ngā rangatira, ki te tūtaki hoki i ngā hunga ā-waho i MIT, koia ēnei ētahi o ngā pūkenga matua mō te tūranga nei. Kei a ia ngā mōhiotanga ki te whanake i ngā Rautaki whakapakaritanga me te tiaki hoki i te angitu o ēnei maheretanga.
At the Manukau Institute of Technology (MIT) we have been changing lives in South Auckland since 1970, and are one of the largest providers of technical, vocational and professional education in New Zealand. We offer a variety of courses from certificates to degrees across our 3 Campuses. Every year 13,000 students choose to study at MIT, and over 750 staff choose to make it their place of work.
MIT is currently recruiting for a Deputy Chief Executive Māori (DCE), reporting to our Chief Executive and based in our Otara Campus, this is a vital and critical role at the Manukau Institute of Technology (MIT). As a member of the MIT Executive Leadership Team (ELT) and MIT Rūnanga Advisory Committee, the DCE Māori will have responsibility for the quality and success of Māori activity across MIT and lead the team at the Ngā Kete Wananga Marae in its role of serving staff, students and the community.
A key outcome is the achieving successful outcomes for Māori in both tertiary study and progression to employment. This will require a holistic approach which encourages Māori to succeed as Māori and the development of a Māori-centric culture at MIT for all students and staff in a wide range of programmes. Previous experience in doing this within the community is a must for this role.
The position will lead the commitment to the Te Tiriti o Waitangi working in full partnership with Māori.
The role will include responsibility for the strategic plan, Te Rautaki Mātauranga – Māori Report, Matariki 2019, giving it full expression and supporting and having oversight of the achievement of the key strategic Māori goals. Alongside this will be supporting the Māori/Pasifika Talent Strategy to ensure that Māori staff are developed to have a rich contribution to make at all levels within MIT.
This is a really exciting time to be joining tertiary education, with both the recent Reform of Vocational Education (ROVE) earlier this year and also the recent budget announcements, this role provides a great opportunity for someone to come in and make a difference. We are looking for someone who has been in a senior Māori leadership role for more than 10 years, is proficient in Te Reo Māori and has strong connections with the community. Leading teams will be a key skill and as such experience in people management and working closely with executives, being engaging with external stakeholders is a critical skills of the successful candidate. The successful candidate will have experience in developing strategic plans and overseeing the success of these.
“Kua herea mātou ki te whai i te tūturutanga o Te Tiriti O Waitangi.” We are committed to creating and maintaining a culturally sensitive work environment in relation to Te Tiriti o Waitangi.
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To apply – please contact email@example.com or call Kirsten Sargent, EGM People and Culture on 022 012 9833.
Applications Close 2nd July 2020.
How to ApplyTo apply please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call Kirsten Sargent, EGM People and Culture on 022 012 9833. Applications Close 2nd July 2020.
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