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Ngā Aramahi

Careers

Waitangi Treaty Grounds offers a diverse range of employment and career opportunities in the Bay of Islands, from customer service and hospitality to traditional 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. We retain the right to decline consideration of any application without comment. We do, however, appreciate all responses and thank you for your interest.

Job Listings

Work at Waitangi

Date Listed

January 13, 2023

Labourer

Date Listed

January 13, 2023

Who are we | Ko Waitangi tēnei

Waitangi Treaty Grounds is Aotearoa New Zealand’s most important historic site. Located on a 500ha estate overlooking the stunning Bay of Islands, the Treaty Grounds is an award-winning tourism destination and attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors each year, from all over Aotearoa and from around the world.

What you'll be doing | Te whakamahere

WaitangiTreaty Grounds is looking for a Labourer to help support the team. This physical role will support the Grounds & Maintenance team to prepare for the upcoming Waitangi Day commemorations.

You will cover a variety of tasks, including but not limited to:

- General manual labour – lifting, carrying etc

- Driving company vehicle off and on-site

- Marquee set up & removal


What you'll need to be successful | Ō Pūkenga

Our ideal candidate will be prompt, bring a positive attitude and willingness to work, listen to instruction and work well within a team. Candidate must have a full NZ drivers license and be available to work from 31stJan – 5th Feb. On going casual work may be possible.


This is a casual role suited to someone who is physically fit and enjoys working outdoors in all weather.

Why you'll love working here | Nau mai ki Waitangi

As a people-focused organisation, Waitangi Treaty Grounds offers a supportive work space for employees to thrive and develop. We work hard but have a great time doing it in the beautiful Bay of Islands. Our staff have the opportunity to learn Te Reo Māori during work hours, to work from home for 1 day a week if appropriate for the role, and to participate in and/or plan events for our social club, amongst many other benefits.

 

What's next | Te ara ki tua

If all this sounds good and you think you might like to join the Waitangi whānau, we would love to hear from you!

Interested applicants, please send your Cover Letter and CV to LizKilby@waitangi.org.nz by 20th Jan 2023.

Café Supervisor

Date Listed

January 16, 2023

Permanent - Part time

Min. 20 Hours

We are currently seeking a highly motivated, customer focused Café Supervisor who can confidently take on the responsibility of day-to-day café operations in absence of the Café  Manager.

We need someone who enjoys working in a fast paced environment and can support a team who are driven by offering world class customer service to their customers.

We are looking for someone with the following skills and experience:

• Providing world class customer service

•Experience in hospitality; front line work and barista skilled

•Experience in opening and closing procedures

•Ability to work under pressure

• A positive attitude

• Flexibility to work weekends and nights for our evening Hāngi and Concert offering

 

If this is you, please send your C.V. and covering letter to HayleeAshby@waitangi.org.nz

Events Assistant

Date Listed

January 16, 2023

Permanent - Part time

Who are we | Ko Waitangi tēnei

Waitangi Treaty Grounds is Aotearoa New Zealand’s most important historic site. Located on a 500ha estate overlooking the stunning Bay of Islands, the Treaty Grounds is an award-winning tourism destination and attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors each year, from all over Aotearoa and from around the world.

What you'll be doing | Te whakamahere

Waitangi Treaty Grounds is looking for an Events Assistant to join the team. This exciting role is a great opportunity to get into the events and hospitality industry

You will cover a variety of tasks, including but not limited to:

- assisting the Event Coordinator in planning and delivery of conferences and events

- assist with delivering internal events, meetings and functions

- assist with catering for other departments

- administration duties

- monthly stocktakes

- ordering equipment and stock

- assist in delivering events at our onsite café, Whare Waka Café

- managing our social media accounts for events and Whare Waka Café

What you'll need to be successful | Ō Pūkenga

Our ideal candidate is someone who is looking to step into the events and hospitality industry, who is well organised, has attention to detail, and has excellent communication skills.

This is a part time role (min 20 hours) role suited to someone how is passionate about providing a quality visitor experience to our guests. The role works closely with our Events Coordinator and is supported by our Hospitality and Events Manager.  The role is suited to someone who has administration skills and experience and hospitality experience.  The role may require evening and weekend work on occasion. If you are looking for the next step in your career and enjoy a role with variety, this would be a great opportunity.  There will be ongoing training and development.

Why you'll love working here | Nau mai ki Waitangi

As a people-focused organisation, Waitangi Treaty Grounds offers a supportive workspace for employees to thrive and develop. We work hard but have a great time doing it in the beautiful Bay of Islands. Our staff have the opportunity to learn Te Reo Māori during work hours, to work from home for 1 day a week if appropriate for the role, and to participate in and/or plan events for our social club, amongst many other benefits.

What's next | Te ara ki tua

If all this sounds good and you think you might like to join the Waitangi whānau, we would love to hear from you!

Interested applicants, please send your Cover Letter and CV to our People & Governance Coordinator - lizkilby@waitangi.org.nz