Kia ora tātau Ngāti Kea Ngāti Tuarā Te Roopu Hauora o Te Arawa is drafting a new Te Arawa health strategy to be implemented by LDHB and iwi.LDHB hasn’t been required (by the MOH) to develop a specific Māori health plan for a long time and we would like to ensure that the focus for Māori health equity is at the front of their minds...
Based 16kms south of Rotorua, the Horohoro Native Tree Nursery is looking for a mature and physically fit person for a full-time Landscape Technician position. The Landscape Technician’s primary role is to provide suitable environments for riparian planting projects alongside riverbanks and waterways as well as planting seedlings and providing on-going plant maintenance if required. This involves proactive weed management and control using sprays and...
Te Mahe Matauranga National Māori Science Competition Tēnā koutou katoa, he hōnore mā mātou e pānui tēnei kaupapa ki a koutou. Te Mahe Matauranga; National Māori Science Competition is now open for application by kura, primary schools, Wharekura and secondary schools to apply to participate in Te Mahe Matauranga; National Māori Science Competition. Up to 9 kura will be selected from this application process to...
Tēnā koutou Two opportunities have arisen for the right applicants to join our Te Arawa Whānau Ora team in Rotorua in as Paeārahi – Family Harm Response (Family Harm Perpetrator & Whānau Response). These full-time one-year fixed term positions are the result of a collaboration between Te Arawa Whānau Ora and the New Zealand Police. The full advertisement is attached. Please share amongst your networks....
Kearoa Marae, Saturday 1st February 10-3pm. Nau mai, Haere mai 9.30am – Morning Tea Karakia 10-12 Hui 12-1 Lunch 1-3 Hui Karakia Whakamutunga
Saturday 1st February 2020, Kearoa Marae, 10am. Please respond if you are attending, for catering purposes. 9.30am Kapu Ti 10am Hui 12-1pm Lunch 1-3pm Hui Nau mai Haere mai
Kaiawhina Do you want to help make a difference for iwi and Māori in our region? We have a great opportunity for a skilled and experienced kaiāwhina (assistant) in our Community and Services Directorate. As part of the Tai-ranga-whenua team, you will work to grow, enhance and improve Waikato Regional Council’s … Close date: 26 Jan 2020 Expertise: Administration and Business Support, Iwi/Public engagement and...
Te Pouwhakahaere (Chief Executive Officer) – Te Rūnanga o Te Rarawa http://www.maoripacificjobs.co.nz/jobs/te-pouwhakahaere-ceo Based in Kaitaia. Formal applications for the position close on Monday 20th January 2020 at 5.00pm. If further information is required, please make direct contact with our Director – Heather Walker on (09) 632 1108, and she will be happy to answer any pātai and provide a position description. Ngā mihi nui ki...
Ngāti Kea Ngāti Tuarā Strategic Planning Hui-a-Iwi – 1 Feb 2019 The Rūnanga invites Iwi members to the first of 3 Hui-a-Iwi to focus on the review and updating of our strategic documents, namely our strategic plan, education plan and environmental plan. The venue is Kearoa Marae. We hope to see you there to help set our path ahead for the future. Please rsvp to the...
The Māori Education Trust has nine (9) new undergraduate scholarships available for 2020. These are as follows. MĀORI EDUCATION TRUST BACHELOR OF APPLIED SOCIAL WORK SCHOLARSHIP Criteria: Available to Māori students enrolled in a Bachelor of Applied Social Work at North Tec: Tai Tokerau Wānanga. Applicants must have completed their first year of study. Priority will be given to students with academic merit and financial...