|Location||Wellington, New Zealand|
|Date Posted||October 16, 2020|
Admin and Clerical
Co-ordinator New Zealand Film Commission location Wellington.
Te Tumu Whakaata Taonga The New Zealand Film Commission (NZFC) is a Crown Agency governed by an eight-member board appointed by the Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage. We support a diverse range of New Zealand and international stories to be told here and seen everywhere. We promote our talented individuals and our industry’s reputation for creativity, innovation and superb production values. We balance cultural and economic objectives to achieve successful outcomes for our industry and our people.
The NZFC established Te Rautaki Maori in April 2018 to champion Maori films and film makers in partnership with the Maori film industry to Aotearoa and the world. Reporting to the Pou Whakahaere, the Rautaki Maori Co-ordinator is primarily responsible for supporting and co-ordinating the smooth running of the Rautaki Maori data, funds, and enquires and, it’s day to day relationships with both internal and external stakeholders.
What you will bring to this role proven ability to work collaboratively and build strong relationships. Ability to work under pressure and prioritise competing demands. Proven experience, and understanding, of NZ Government and NZ public sector environments. Sound understanding of Tikanga Maori. Proficiency in Te Reo Maori (preferred). Proven administration skills including database management experience.
Project co-ordination and/or event management experience (preferable). Excellent time management and organisational skills. Agility, flexibility, and willingness to accommodate changes in workload variations to meet urgent deadlines/requirements. Excellent communication skills – verbally and in writing. A passion for and broad interest in film and filmmakers. Attention to detail. High energy and passion for delivering quality outcomes. Has a commitment to a culture of equality, inclusion and diversity.
NZFC offers a friendly, relaxed, and flexible working environment. We are committed to a recruitment process that reflects the principles of equal employment opportunities. As an equal opportunity employer we value diversity in our organisation. We do not discriminate based on ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, or disability status. Special needs of applicants and whanau support will be accommodated when arranging interviews.