Te Rau Ora is a Non-Government Organisation, dedicated to Māori wellbeing and health workforce innovation. Our focus is on 'nationally navigated and locally led' solutions to improve wellbeing, with a specific focus on community development strategies. This is fostered through Māori leadership, working across sector with stakeholders, strategic partners, innovative design and health solutions.
About the role
You will be an organised and efficient coordinator who has an appreciation for detail and accuracy to support the Kaiwhakaoho Mauri with project administration and coordination where no two days will be the same. First point of contact. This role is varied and covers everything from business support, administration, event management, travel administration to coordinating functions for the projects led by the Kaiwhakaoho Mauri.
This is a home based role working 20 hours per week with flexibility to travel when required.
The ideal candidate for this role will have:
- Demonstrated experience in working within a Kaupapa Māori context
- Demonstrated high level of experience in service to others and/or kaupapa
- Demonstrated understanding of Te Reo me ona Tikanga
- Demonstrated practical and common-sense approaches to solving challenges
- Demonstrated ability to work autonomously and as part of a team
- Demonstrated ability to prioritise and manage time efficiently
- Competent skills with Microsoft Office and administration
- Ability to work under pressure
- Ability to work flexible hours and travel when needed
- Basic writing and reporting skills
- Be open and willing to learn
- A positive attitude
We want to know about you and the skills and experience you can bring to our team. Please provide all the information we request in your application.
Position description: Project Support Coordinator
If you have what we are looking for please click on the "Interested? Apply here" button below or at the top. Your application will consist of a copy of your CV and cover letter. Apply using a mobile phone, tablet or laptop.
Applications close on Wednesday, 21 October 2020 @ 4:00 pm