Kia hiwa rā, kia hiwa rā
Nau mai, haere mai, whakapiri mai!
Kia koutou ngā rangatira mā
Kia kaha, Kia māia ki te tono mō enei nohonga ki ā Te Hiringa Hauora
We welcome you, come closer.
Come closer to hear the words of encouragement and urge you all to apply for the positions on offer at Te Hiringa Hauora.
Ko te kaupapa | About the role
Our mahi is varied and carried out with passion for the health and wellbeing of ngā tangata o Aotearoa. We are looking for someone who shares this unrelenting pursuit of wellbeing, skills and experience in the people and culture space, and the passion and motivation to enrich our organisation.
Reporting to the General Manager, Corporate Services, the People, Culture and Capability Manager will lead and deliver people leadership strategies and activities, which support the overall strategic objectives at Te Hiringa Hauora/Health Promotion Agency.
The role is responsible for the overall leadership of the People, Culture and Capability team and providing thought leadership to the organisation in relation to organisational and cultural competence, capability development, design, culture and learning.
Nga taonga kei roto I tou kete matauranga | What you bring
As an experienced senior HR practitioner, you will have a relevant tertiary qualification and/or extensive and comparable relevant experience. You will have experience leading a team and managing resources and budgets. You will also have demonstrable experience in organisational design and dynamics and have well-defined oral and written communication skills.
You will bring a genuine passion for the development of people and knowledge and skills in relation to working with Tangata Whenua and Tagata o le Moana.
Ko wai mātou | Who we are
Te Hiringa Hauora/Health Promotion Agency leads and delivers innovative and high quality national health promotion initiatives. Te Hiringa Hauora is a Crown entity that works with partners including iwi/Māori, health professionals, researchers and academics, community groups, public health advocates, and others who are aligned to our goals.
Te Hiringa Hauora acknowledges the special relationship between iwi Māori and the Crown under Te Tiriti o Waitangi, and is committed to recognise and respect the articles of Te Tiriti. Te Hiringa Hauora encourages and supports staff to learn and enjoy te reo, waiata and increase knowledge of Te Ao Māori.
Me pēwhea te tono | How to apply
To apply for this role, please send the completed Te Hiringa Hauora application form, CV and covering letter to email@example.com or send directly to Vacancies, Te Hiringa Hauora, PO Box 2142, Wellington.
Applications close at 9am on Friday 21 August 2020. For further information, phone Lucy Hickman on (04) 917 0704. Please note, Te Hiringa Hauora is a smoke free organisation. All applicants should be currently eligible to work in New Zealand.