- Role based in Christchurch or Wellington
He tautōhito koe ki te hinonga me te hautūtanga hei ārahi ki anamata i tēnei umanga mātauranga e tiro whakamua ana?
He whai wāhitanga whakahirahira tēnei e taea ai te ārahi tētahi umanga e whakahōnore ana i te Tiriti i roto i āna mahi auaha e aro pū atu ana ki te mātauranga, waihoki, ka mahi ngātahi me tētahi rangapū mātanga e manawanui ana.
He kōrero e pā ana ki a Tātai Aho Rau:
Ko tā Tātai Aho Rau tirohanga, kia tōkeke, kia puāwai hoki a Aotearoa mā te ako. Ko tā rātou whakatakanga, kia huarewa ngā hapori mā te toro atu ki tua rā anō o ngā pae tata o te mātauranga. Kei te tāpuhipuhitanga o te ao a Tātai Aho Rau i roto i te mātauranga, i te ako ngaio, ā, i te whakawhanaketanga ngaio hoki. E whakarato ana i te tangongitanga o ngā huarahi auaha, huarahi whakaaweawe e whakatairanga ana i te ākonga mā ngā horopaki maha. I te nuinga o te wā ka mahi mātou me ngā kura, ngā whare kōhungahunga, me ō rātou kaiako, heoi ka hāpai hoki mātou i ngā pakihi me te tini o ngā tūmomo umanga ki te whakatutuki i ō rātou matea ako ngaio.
Ko te hira o te whanaungatanga me ngā hononga tangata kei te iho o te āhua mahi o Tātai Aho Rau. Kua whakatinanahia taua āhua mahi ki tōna ingoa a ‘Tātai Aho Rau’ me te angamahi e kīia nei ko Te Aho Tapu - e kitea ana hoki ki te ū mārika ki ngā whanonga me ngā waiaro e aro nui ana ki te hā o te ahurea, tae atu ki te pūmautanga ki Te Tiriti o Waitangi.
Ko ngā uaratanga o Tātai Aho Rau, ko te:
E whakahaerehia ana a Tātai Aho Rau puta noa i Aotearoa, heoi, kei Ōtautahi tōna tari matua, ā, kei Te Whanganui-a-Tara me Tāmaki-makau-rau hoki ērā atu o ōna tari.
Ngā kōrero e pā ana ki te tūranga
Ko tā te Tumu Whakarae, he kawe i te takohanga ki te whakapuaki i te aronga rautaki o te umanga, ā, ki te whakatupu ake i te whai huatanga o te taha pūtea, i te whai pānga hoki ki te pāpori, hei kōkiri tonu i ngā kaupapa āwhina tāngata a Tātai Aho Rau. Ka whakamōhio tōtika atu tēnei o ngā tūranga ki te Poari.
Me whai wāhi atu hoki ki ō pūmanawa me ō pūkenga, ko ēnei tūāhuatanga e whai ake nei:
- Te mātauranga i whakamanahia ai hei tumu whakarae, hei kaiārahi hoki o tētahi umanga korahi, umanga matatini
- Kua tautōhito ki te rāngai mātauranga, ā, e māramahia ana te hōkai nuku o te mātauranga ki Aotearoa
- He mātau ki ngā tikanga Māori, ā, kua whakamana kētia tō whai huatanga ki te mahi mā te kākano-ruatanga o Aotearoa
- He whakaaro hinonga, ā, he aronga nui kia tutuki ai ngā hua
He tino pūkenga ki te whakawhitiwhiti whakaaro, ki te tūhonohono ki ētahi atu, me te mahi ngātahi, ā, kia noho mātua rā aua pūkenga ki te iho o ō mahi.
Do you have the enterprise and leadership experience to guide this forward‐thinking education organisation into the future?
This is an exciting opportunity to lead a Tiriti-honouring education-focused innovation company, working alongside a committed team of professionals.
CORE’s vision is for an equitable and thriving Aotearoa through learning. Their mission is to transform communities by pushing the boundaries of educational possibilities. CORE is a world-class education, professional learning and development organisation, providing a diverse range of innovative, inspiring, and creative solutions for learners in a range of settings. We work primarily with schools, teachers and early childhood educators; we also support businesses and a range of organisations with their professional learning needs.
The importance of relationships and connections lies at the heart of CORE’s way of working. The CORE ‘way’—embodied in the phrase Tātai Aho Rau and the Te Aho Tapu framework—is also signified by a deep commitment to culturally responsible behaviours and attitudes including a commitment to honouring Te Tiriti o Waitangi.
CORE’s values are:
CORE operates across New Zealand, with its headquarters in Christchurch and offices in Wellington and Auckland.
About the role
The Tumu Whakarae has accountability for delivering on the organisation’s strategic direction and generating financial and social value in furtherance of CORE’s charitable purposes. The role reports directly to the Board.
Your experience and skills need to include:
- Proven experience as a CEO and in leading an organisation of scale and complexity
- Education sector experience and an understanding of the educational landscape in Aotearoa
- Being versed in tikanga Māori with proven experience working successfully in New Zealand’s bi-cultural context
- An entrepreneurial thinker with a strong focus on achieving results
- Excellent communication, relationship building and collaboration skills, these being at the heart of your practice.
To apply in strict confidence now, please complete the 'apply for this job' application form, attaching your cover letter and CV. Applications close on 7 June 2020. Emails will be electronically acknowledged, and further correspondence may be by email.
Click here to view the Candidate Briefing Information, including role description.
For more information please visit www.core-ed.org or phone Andrea Bankier on +64 274 478 102.
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