Kaitahutahu Panonitanga Tiriti | Tiriti Change Manager
- Focus on Tiriti based internal transformation and responsive internal work.
- Manage and coordinate requests for Ahi Kaa review/partnership on projects and initiatives.
- Design and implement Tiriti based systems and processes.
The Human Rights Commission | Te Kahui Tika Tangata was created to provide better protection of human rights in Aotearoa and operates in accordance with the Human Rights Act 1993. It is funded through the Ministry of Justice but carries out its responsibilities independently of the New Zealand Government as an independent Crown entity.
The Commission is embarking on a period of exciting growth, stemming from its commitment to supporting whakamana tangata (a life of dignity for all). This growth will be managed around a continued investment in its staff, with a focus on building a truly Tiriti-based organisation.
Join Ahi Kaa and be part of leading the commission to become authentically te Tiriti based. Reporting to the Pou Ārahi, you will help guide the Commission’s ongoing and deep commitment to being a Tiriti based organisation. You will tautoko the Commission to embed Tiriti based practice into the fabric of their entire operations and support the team to develop, understand and give genuine expression to being a Tiriti based organisation.
With a deep understanding of te ao Māori and a warm, open and supportive style that guides everyone on their transformation journey you will have a reputation for gaining the trust and support of others to support organisational change. You will be a creative leader with the intellectual and cultural nous to role model Tiriti best practice and design and implement organisation wide systems and processes that give effect to the Commission’s commitment to becoming authentically Tiriti based. You will provide effective management and coordination of team members in a matrix approach using planning tools to manage workflow, and mentor others in project management disciplines and methodology.
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APPLICATIONS CLOSE: Sunday, 19th September 2021