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Work With Us.

Waitangi Treaty Grounds offers a diverse range of employment and career opportunities in the Bay of Islands, from customer service and hospitality to traditional Māori carving, education and cultural performance. Join us to be part of the team that promotes New Zealand culture and history to the world.

Current opportunities are listed on this page and may also be available through other job listing sites, as well as through Paihia job listings. To apply, download, print out and fill in the Job Application Form, and send it with your CV and covering letter marked for the attention of the manager indicated in the current vacancy.

Please note: the appearance of a vacancy does not necessarily indicate that it remains unfilled, or even as specified, so we do retain the right to decline consideration of any application without comment. We do, however, appreciate all responses and thank you for your interest.

Educator (Matauranga Māori - Digital Learning)

We are continuing our well-known and successful Raranga Matihiko programme and are looking for a passionate and creative digital educator to take on this integral and rewarding role at New Zealand’s most important historic place, the Waitangi Treaty Grounds in a full time, fixed term capacity.

To be successful in this role you must be passionate about learning, be a talented and experienced NZ trained kaiako who engages innovative learning and digital technology to make a real difference to the communities you work with. You are confident in working with groups of tauira of all ages and from all backgrounds, and you have particular experience in working with and teaching in a Maori medium context. You will collaborate on the development and take an active role in the delivery of dynamic digital learning programmes for kaiako and tauira from local schools and kura. Fluency in te reo Maori, confidence in tikanga Maori and the ability to deliver in te reo Maori is essential.

You will support the development and delivery of Maori medium programmes integrating Te Marautanga o Aotearoa, te ao Maori and the taonga at the Waitangi Treaty Grounds. You will also collaborate with team members to support embedding Matauranga Maori concepts in other learning programmes. You will help further develop our relationship with kura Maori, immersion and bi-lingual units and Kohanga Reo.

We offer a friendly and supportive work environment, with opportunities for personal and professional development, and are in one of the most beautiful locations in New Zealand. If you are confident you’re the person we are looking for, apply now!

Kei te haere tonu ta matou kaupapa Raranga Matihiko rongonui me te angitu, me te rapu i tetahi kaiwhakaako rorohiko hihiko, auaha hoki ki te kawe i tenei mahi nui ki te wahi whakahirahira o Aotearoa, te Papa Tiriti o Waitangi i roto i te wa-roa.

Kia angitu ai koe i roto i tenei mahi me ngakau nui koe ki te ako, hei kaiako whakangunguhia noki, e whakauru ana i nga akoranga hou me nga hangarau matihiko kia tino whai hua ai nga hapori e mahi ana koe. E whakapono ana koe ki te mahi me nga ropu tauira o nga reanga katoa, mai i nga tupuna katoa, a, he tino mohio koe ki te mahi me te whakaako i roto i te horopaki kaupapa a te Maori. Ka mahi ngatahi koe ki te whanaketanga ka uru ki te kawe i nga hotaka akoranga hihiko mo nga kaiako me nga tauira mai i nga kura me nga kura o te rohe. Te matatau ki te reo Maori, te maia ki nga tikanga Maori me te ahei ki te whakaputa i te reo Maori.

Ka tautoko koe i te whanaketanga me te tuku o nga hotaka kaupapa Maori e tuitui ana i Te Marautanga o Aotearoa, te ao Maori me nga taonga kei te Papa Tiriti o Waitangi. Ka mahi ngatahi ano koe me nga mema o te ropu ki te tautoko ki te whakauru i nga kaupapa Matauranga Maori ki etahi atu hotaka akoranga. Ka awhina koe ki te whanake i to tatou hononga ki nga kura Maori, ki nga reanga reorua, nga rumaki reo me te Kohanga Reo. Ka tohaina e matou he taiao mahi whakahoahoa me te tautoko, me te angitu ki te whakawhanaketanga whaiaro me te ngaiotanga, kei roto hoki matou i tetahi o nga wahi ataahua rawa atu o Aotearoa. Mena e whakapono ana koe ko koe te tangata e rapuhia ana e matou, tono inaianei!

Please send Covering Letters and CVs to mailto:kaylajonas@waitangi.org.nz by 27 November 2020.

Tukuna mai nga reta panui me nga CV ki mailto:kaylajonas@waitangi.org.nz kia tae ki te 27 Noema 2020.

Educator (Digital Learning)

We are continuing our well-known and successful Raranga Matihiko programme and are looking for a passionate and creative digital educator to take on this integral and rewarding role at New Zealand’s most important historic place, the Waitangi Treaty Grounds in a part time, fixed term capacity.

To be successful in this role you must be passionate about learning, be a talented and experienced NZ trained teacher who engages innovative learning and digital technology to make a real difference to the communities you work with. You are a strong educator, confident in working with groups of children of all ages and from all backgrounds. You will collaborate on the development and take an active role in the delivery of dynamic digital learning programmes for kaiako and tauira from local schools and kura.

If you are confident you’re the teacher we are looking for, please apply now!

Email your CV and covering letter to kaylajonas@waitangi.org.nz

Education Administrator

Education Administrator (part time, maternity leave position – 20hrs per week) – begins January 2021.

We are looking for an administration superstar to fill the shoes of our Education Administrator at Waitangi Treaty Grounds.

The be successful in this role, you must be extremely computer literate with a strong eye for detail and proven experience with administration. Experience within an education environment is an advantage. Strong organisational and time management skills are a must as you will be handling school bookings and enquiries, supplying administrative support to a team of teachers, and administering the team’s online presence.

This is a fantastic opportunity to be part of a supportive team at New Zealand’s most important historic place.

If you are confident you’re the person we are looking for, please apply with CV and covering letter today!

Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.

Apply with CV and cover letter to kaylajonas@waitangi.org.nz by 11 December.