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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.

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Performers for the Te Pito Whenua Kapahaka

Waitangi Treaty Grounds is looking for outstanding performers to join our world-class Kapa Haka Te Pito Whenua.

If you are passionate about Māori culture and sharing your knowledge and stories through performance, then this is the role for you.

To be successful you will be able to work in large team and deliver high quality cultural experiences for the visitors to the Treaty Grounds, as well as to private groups and pōwhiri. You will have proven previous experience in a kapa haka group and the ability to play guitar is beneficial. Good communication skills and competency with Te Reo Māori me ōna Tikanga will be necessary. Experience with Mau rākau, Māori weaponry and/or tī rākau, tītī torea and poi are essential in the role.

Waitangi Treaty Grounds encompasses a world-class visitor experience including Te Kōngahu Museum of Waitangi, Te Rau Aroha Museum (which tells the story of Maori commitment to the armed forces including 28 Maori Battalion), heritage buildings including the Treaty House and Te Whare Rūnanga, carving studio, cultural performance centres, and is home to the world’s largest ceremonial canoe.

If you are an enthusiastic and confident team player with the experience we need, please apply now!

Please send your cover letter and CV to theresewalkinshaw@waitangi.org.nz