Full-Time Kaitūhono (Workforce Development Manager)
Use your experience and passion to transform the lives of Kaimahi Māori
Hāpai Tūhono Charitable Trust is looking for an experienced Workforce and Career Development Manager to join our team. This exciting new role is full-time and based in South Auckland (with work-from-home flexibility) and is fixed-term for one year.
In this kaimahi/employee and pakihi/employer-facing role, you will walk alongside kaimahi and the pakihi in which they work to ensure that kaimahi have the support and tools needed to succeed. Central to this will be your ability to co-create their career journey through further training and education, and facilitate progression pathways through their existing organisation or into other leadership or decision-making roles.
With your understanding that success is unique to the individual, you will assist kaimahi to be aspirational, find, build, and create their pathways to success. Critical to this will be your ability to develop the capacity of the pakihi/employers to identify and mitigate barriers to kaimahi success while developing their cultural competency.
To apply, you will need:
- Career Development, Learning & Development, Human Resources, Business Administration, Recruitment, Business Development or similar
- Workforce Development experience
- Experience working with Māori organisations and the community
- An understanding of mana enhancing and safe practice
- Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills
- Fluent in Te Reo Māori me ona Tikanga, or currently working towards this
- Bring a sense of humour to your work
We are ‘unapologetic’ about doing things by Māori for Māori and hold fast to our tikanga. You will share this commitment and be excited to be on a Māori journey. We also come committed to Te Tiriti o Waitangi and Tino Rangatiratanga and live and breathe Māori values including Manaakitanga, Whakawhanaungatanga and Mana Motuhake.
A Full Clean New Zealand Drivers Licence, a clean Criminal History Record, and full vaccinations are required to apply. Competitive remuneration, a whānau-centric environment, excellent professional development and support, and the chance to transform the lives of Kaimahi and their whānau are all highlights of this role.
Please visit our website www.hapaituhono.co.nz to learn more about our mahi.
Please email Tahlia at [email protected] to request additional information, a job description, or to apply.
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