at Te Hiku Iwi Development Trust
Location Kerikeri, New Zealand
Date Posted January 7, 2022
Category Admin and Clerical
Job Type Full-time
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Administrator Te Hiku Iwi Development Trust location Northland.

Te Hiku ō Te Ika Iwi Development Trust (the Development Trust) is a Charitable Trust formed in 2013 by the Iwi Chairs of NgāiTakoto, Te Aupōuri and Te Rarawa. Set up on the cusp of the Treaty settlements, the Development Trust was established as a vehicle to drive collaborative programmes and shared outcomes that Iwi seek collectively. We are the systems advocates and activists directly raising the voice of whanau with the agencies of the Crown in order to effect change. One of the programmes of Te Hiku Iwi Development Trust is Whiria Te Muka, Weaving of the Strongest Strands.

Te Arotahi Matua The goal of Whiria te Muka is to reduce and prevent whanau harm in Te Hiku whole striving towards Mana Tangata. Whiria Te Muka Te Hiku is a partnership initiative between the New Zealand Police and chairs of participating runanga of the Social Accord. Te Hiku o Te Ika Iwi Development Trust is privileged to be the host on behalf of the Iwi Chairs. We work to reduce and prevent whanau harm and uplift Mana Tangata for the people of Te Hiku o Te Ika Iwi.

We adopt a mana-enhancing, whanau-centric approach in practice where we  take the time to ata whakarongi (listen carefully) and strive to unpack the whakapapa to the harm that whanau are experiencing.

We also have the ability to influence and contribute to change over broad systems, from intervention to prevention to thriving communities, Whiria Te Muka is a unique Iwi-Crown relationship within the Te Hiku Iwi Social Accord, We are looking for a very special person to join our team as Administrator, predominantly working in the area of the model responding to harm in partnership with NZ Police.

As well as possessing advanced Office 365 skills, you will have the following attributes proven experience in a senior level administration role ( 3-5 years).  High emotional intelligence, maturity, life experience and common sense, empathy, and sensitivity. Proven administrative skill set and ability to operate relevant software at an advanced level. Microsoft 365, SharePoint. Proven experience in a complex, agile, and ever-changing organisation. Practical knowledge of te reo and tikanga maori. Proven ability to establish and maintain rapport with a diverse team. Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.