Full-Time Tumu Whakarae – CEO – Te Ira Ltd
Tumu Whakarae – CEO – Te Ira Ltd
- Key strategic appointment within a high profile Trust
- Opportunity to apply an innovative and creative approach
- Take your people on a journey with you
“Whakahononga Te Ira Tāngata, Te Ira Atua me Te Ira Wairua, hei oranga mō ngā whānau”
Te Ira is a new joint venture located in South Auckland. Turuki Healthcare is one of two founding partners – the other being PARS Inc. (People at Risk Solutions) Inc, an incorporated society with 116 years’ experience in delivering support and services to mauhere (prisoners/ex-offenders) and their whānau members (whānau mauhere).
Te Ira’s purposes are to ‘umbrella’, lead and manage the delivery of new services, systemic change and social enterprise initiatives, doing things in new ways that address the root causes of systemic disadvantage as well as meeting immediate needs. Supporting whānau/families to create solid foundations that recognise and respect the mana (power) and rangatiratanga (authority) of their whakapapa. These foundations support whānau to realise their positive contribution, unlimited potential and break cycles of disadvantage.
Te Ira has a primary goal – Helping whānau to build a better tomorrow today.
The newly formed position of CEO will see you translating strategy, milestones and goals; you will formulate, evaluate and oversee the Trusts operational plan. Demonstrating superior operating skills; financial acumen; and the means to formulate a plan of action and execute it swiftly and decisively; your career will be founded on credibility and a track record of delivery.
As a senior leader, not only within business but within the communities you operate in, you will have the mana to bring diverse stakeholder groups together, be highly cognisant of feelings, and foster a centralised way of working, an approach which harnesses and encourages innovating and best practice through a cultural lens.
Accountability for fiscal functions, people leadership, their growth and retention will all be KRA’s of your position. Raising strategic issues and potential mitigations, you will communicate such impacts to a diverse stakeholder group with clarity, whilst ensuring staff are engaged, retained and fulfilled throughout the organisation.
Experience and skill expectations for the candidate will include:
- Prior experience in a Chief Executive or General Management position.
- Solid, demonstrated financial acumen, forecasting and risk analysis skills.
- Strategic and operational perspective with a demonstrated ability to translate strategy into reality.
- Previous experience innovating and implementing new service ideas and outcomes.
- Strong relationship management and expert communication skills.
- Knowledge of Te Reo me ona tikanga Māori.
- A tertiary or equivalent qualification in management, business, or related discipline.
Although not a prerequisite to application, it is highly desirable that your career will have been honed within the Health, Corrections, Education NGO or Māori economic development sectors. Additionally, operational evaluation and research experience would be advantageous.
Having worked in organisations at a senior level, you will have the skills to drive the organisation’s vision and goals into practical action, ensuring alignment with the Te Ira board priorities and sustainable outcomes that guarantee real benefits to the community.
With the ability to lead and inspire you’ll be courageous in your approach, and your self -determination and passion will drive quality outcomes for all. A natural communicator, you will have practical experience and be able to translate strategic opportunities cost-effectively into service innovations through creativity, collaboration, design, lean and agile implementation approaches.
A significant remuneration package, underpinned by a unique personal development opportunity will be offered to attract the highest level of applicant.
Applications for this position close on Monday the 7th of August 2017 at 5.00pm.
How to ApplyConfidential discussions can be directed through to Heather Walker at Mana Recruitment on Ph: (09) 632 1108 or for a copy of the job description and information pack, please email firstname.lastname@example.org Applications for this position close on Monday the 7th of August 2017 at 5.00pm.
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