Full-Time General Manager Manahautu
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He angitūtanga: The opportunity
We seek a visionary, passionate leader who will be responsible for the growth and development of the Mangere Mountain Education Centre (MMEC) , an established facility located on the eastern slopes of the Maunga. You will be charged with developing and delivering quality education programmes that are built on a strong understanding of Te Pane O Mataoho (Mangere Mountain) its geology and Maaori history. You will lead engagement with schools, local communities, Iwi and local Marae ensuring there are strong ongoing relationships that benefit all groups. You will manage the day to day operations of the Centre including critical fiscal responsibilities, health and safety and leading a small onsite team of permanent employees and volunteers. Finally, you will be reporting to the Mangere Mountain Education Trust (MMET) Board providing executive and governance reports and documentation on the progress of initiatives.
He kōrero mōu: About you
You have a passion for Māori history and in-depth knowledge of Te Ao Maaori and competency in Te Reo Maaori me oona tikanga. You have strong connections and knowledge of Mangere, relationships with Iwi and local communities, schools and Marae. You have a proven educational background based around building successful curriculum implementation. You are confident in managing the day to day operations of a centre, managing key financial responsibilities and, staff management, H&S, reporting and governance responsibilities. You will have managed a successful team, driving performance and culture.
Ngā āhuatanga kei a mātou: What we offer
You can make a difference to school children by providing an informative and enjoyable educational experience based around Te Ao Māori and the history of Mangere Maunga. You will have the support of MMET, Te Waiohua and Auckland Council to ensure the immediate and long-term success of the centre.
You can help deliver the MMET vision that the Centre should be the leading education and visitor centre that offers a Māori world view for Auckland. It combines high quality discovery-led out-of classroom learning experiences, with events and activities that serve regional schools, combined with domestic and international visitors to the Auckland Region.
Click here to find out more about the centre – http://www.mangeremountain.co.nz/
Applications close Thursday 4 Nov 6pm
Shortlisted applicants notified 5-8 Nov
Referee checks and interviews 9-12 Nov
How to ApplyFor more information, and application package contact the trust chairperson Stephanie Tawha via email firstname.lastname@example.org. You are also welcome to make contact for an informal chat and find out more about our great centre. Applications close Thursday 4 Nov 6pm Shortlisted applicants notified 5-8 Nov Referee checks and interviews 9-12 Nov
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