This role will contribute to our vision of Tino Rangatiratanga, “Mō , ā, uri ā muri (for us and our children after us).”
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The role sits in the Te Ao (Natural Environment) team, within the wider Strategy and Environment Group of the Office of Te o provides an exciting opportunity to further evolve your leadership and team management skills, supported by an engaged and supportive leadership team.
Te Ao areas across the Tahu include planning, state of the environment, heritage protection, tribal properties, the management of taonga resources, climate change and kai.
The primary focus of the Programme Lead – Mauri role is:
To lead and manage the Mauri (currently eight subject matter experts).
To provide oversight and delivery of the Mauri work programme. This will involve supporting the team to provide advice on a wide range of local government statutory and non-statutory planning and policy frameworks, Department of Conservation strategies and plans, national proposals, large resource consent applications and collaborative water management initiatives.
To monitor compliance of environmental related provisions of the Tahu Claims Settlement Act.
There is a need to work closely with leaders within the Strategy and Environment roopu and the other teams of Te o Tahu, and their Regional Environmental Entities, councils, government agencies and a range of external stakeholders in undertaking this role.
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