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SENIOR CONSULTANT, MĀORI - MAUREA CONSULTING

 

Over the last six years, Maurea has been supporting people and organisations to develop their Māori Cultural Competency through our highly acclaimed Te Kaa training programme.  Maurea is increasingly supporting organisations to embed te Ao Māori into their thinking; and is proud of the role we are playing to create positive change for Māori and all New Zealanders.

We are looking for Senior Consultants – Māori to join our team in our Auckland-based office to drive the consulting arm of Maurea.

We have a range of exciting and varied projects, and currently work with a variety of clients in the private and not-for-profit sector.  We are looking to grow our business in local and central government.

As a Senior Consultant – Māori, you’ll be managing large and complex engagements, providing high-level strategic advice through a Māori lens and supporting the commercial success of the Consulting arm of Maurea. In addition, you’ll deliver multiple high-quality complex client service deliverables and project budgeting; and grow the team and revenue of the Maurea Consulting arm.

Click here for a full Job Description and details on how to apply.

To apply, please send your CV and cover letter, along with a completed application form (click here to download) to enquiries@maurea.co.nz with ‘Senior Consultant – Māori’ in the subject line.

Please email enquiries@maurea.co.nz or call Jette on 021 446 730 if you have any questions.

TRAINERS

 

We are looking for motivated and driven Trainers who are inspired to share Māori culture to shape and inform a modern world. Our Trainers perform a key role in delivering the mission of Te Kaa ‘To help 10,000 people postively identify with Māori culture’by delivering the Te Kaa: Igniting your Māori cultural competency 5-Day programme

Key attributes needed include:

  • a love of Māori culture and a desire to share it

  • being a practitioner of tikanga Māori

  • being able to converse in Te Reo Māori

  • having a working knowledge of Te Tiriti o Waitangi / Treaty of Waitangi and its contemporary application

  • being confident to facilitate dialogue with highly intelligent and inquisitive people

  • having great written and verbal communication skills in English, as most of our clients do not speak Māori

  • ability to work independently and be a strong team player

  • ability to build strong rapport with people and generate high trust relationships

  • a University degree and at least 5 years’ work experience

  • ability to leave your ego at home so that you can lead out with aroha to support people on their learning journey

  • OK to be led by strong wahine Māori

Click here for a full Job Description and details on how to apply.

Please email enquiries@maurea.co.nz or call Jette on 021 446 730 if you have any questions.