- This is a Senior thought leadership role reporting to the CEO.
- It is a great opportunity where the focus is on developing Te Ao Māori strategy and capability framework.
- You will utilise your proven ability to influence and enable change.
Mō Maritime NZ | About us
Being an island nation, New Zealand's waterways define so much about life here in Aotearoa. So, it's vital every stretch - from the pristine South Island sounds to the wild West Coast waves - is well monitored and looked after. At Maritime New Zealand, we're the national regulatory, compliance and response agency that looks after the safety, security and environmental protection of coastal and inland waterways.
Mō te tūnga | About the role
The Chief Advisor Māori Partnerships and Capability is a new role at Maritime New Zealand reporting directly to our Chief Executive. A key priority for MNZ is Te Ao Māori and this pivotal role will lead the development and delivery of Maritime NZ’s Te Ao Māori strategy and capability framework. The purpose is to build and lift internal capability and ensure our staff are confident and coordinated in our ongoing engagement and partnerships with Māori. Working with the Chief Executive and Executive Team your role will be to ensure that internal capability is built to ensure that Te Ao Māori strategic outcomes and Māori views are reflected in our everyday work.
Ō pūmanawa | About You
You'll have a reputation as a strong and effective leader; someone who is known for getting the best out of people, fostering a positive, cohesive and inclusive environment with a strong focus on wellbeing. You will be a confident communicator, who is happy to challenge the status quo and work with the organisation to implement innovative ways to weave Te Ao Māori into capability expectations for all our people. Ideally you will have:
- Previous success developing Te Ao Māori strategy, capability framework and delivering Te Ao Māori initiatives within an organisation
- Highly developed oral and written skills including making presentations, writing reports and business correspondence
- Ability to develop Te Ao Māori competency and capability in others
- Proven track record of developing successful relationships to achieve results
- Demonstrated experience working with Iwi, Whānau, Hapu and Māori communities
- Demonstrated understanding of Tikanga
- Proficiency in Te Reo Māori
- Ability to plan, prioritise and organise work effectively and efficiently to deliver required results within timeframes
- Ability to handle ambiguity and navigate through complex situations
In return you will get the opportunity to really showcase your skills and experience and take ownership for a fundamental programme of work here at Maritime NZ. You will be part of a competent and credible organisation who values its people and supports them to grow and succeed.
Tono ināianei | Apply Now
For more information about this influential opportunity, contact Jane Temel on 021 499 902, firstname.lastname@example.org or Mel North on 021 242 4339, email@example.com.
Feel free to send us your CV and cover letter either through selecting "I'm interested" or directly to us by email
Applications for this role close 15 July 2022.
Please be aware that all Maritime NZ employees (unless exempt) are required to be vaccinated in line with our COVID Vaccination Policy. New employees will be required to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination prior to commencing employment.