Our work is diverse and challenging
Our staff are experts in Māori land with a wide range of specialised knowledge. The services we offer include:
- property management
- commercial land development – including dairy farms, kiwifruit orchards and honey harvesting
- database management
- investment and finance
- information technology
- trust management.
We have offices in Wellington, Hamilton, Rotorua, Gisborne and Whanganui. Read more about our services.
Project Management Office Coordinator – Permanent
We have a great opportunity in the Project Management Office for an experienced project coordinator who will be responsible for working on a range of projects from systems related through to developing business process.
The successful candidate will be highly organised, efficient, outstanding at multitasking, and have great attention to detail. Although expertise gained working in a similar position is an advantage, we also welcome applications from those who have relevant qualifications, limited experience but an outstanding attitude. We provide a supportive environment where you can learn on the job.
As our ideal candidate, you have:
- Experience as a Project Coordinator
- Excellent communication and relationship management skills
- Outstanding organisation and time management skills
- Previous experience using the Microsoft Office suite
- Some confidence in technical terminology or a willingness to learn.
If you tick these boxes, then look no further!
Key responsibilities include:
- Coordinating and conducting meetings between various parties
- Fielding enquiries and liaising with management to ensure any issues are resolved efficiently
- Ensuring project milestones are met
- Filing monthly status reports
- Working closely with stakeholders to ensure all financials remain on track and providing regular updates
- Providing input into the project budget when required
- Maintaining the project plan
If this role sounds like you, we would love to hear from you so apply now. Please send your resume and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications close Tuesday 26 March 2019.
Trust Consultant – Permanent
We have an exciting opportunity for a highly organised individual to join us as part of the Trust Liaison team where you will be working as an interface between owners, trustees and Te Tumu Paeroa.
In this position you’ll work within a portfolio delivering key services across a number of trusts and owners to assist the Māori Trustee meet specific duties. There is a need for limited travel in this position, and some flexibility in hours may be required.
We’re keen to hear from you if you have an understanding of Māori Land administration, particularly relating to administration of entities and ownership interests. But if you also have similar experience this may be the opportunity you’re looking for.
The skills and experience you will bring to this position include:
- Experience working in a busy and varied client focused role that requires a high-level of accuracy and attention to detail
- Strong communication and interpersonal skills
- An ability to build and foster relationships
- A strong customer focus
- The ability to interpret technical legal documents
- High level of confidence working within a Māori environment
- A good sense of humour, a self-starter who can work unsupervised, and able to work well as part of a team.
If this role sounds like you, we would love to hear from you so apply now.
Please send your resume and covering letter to email@example.com (reference number TCON001)
Applications close Wednesday 20 March 2019.
Administration Assistant – 12 month Fixed Term Contract
We have an exciting new opportunity for an experienced Administration Assistant to join us on a Fixed Term basis for a period of 12 months to support with a critical project within our Project Management Office.
This newly created position, will see you provide administration and data support in order to facilitate the development and maintenance of our Asset Management Plans. You will be responsible for ensuring accurate up to date information is being sourced and utilised while providing wider administrative support to the project team.
If you have strong attention to detail, like working with data and you pride yourself on your accuracy and efficiency then this may be the opportunity you’re looking for.
The skills and experience you will bring to this role include:
- Organisational and administrative skills with an eye for detail
- Strong communication and interpersonal skills
- The ability to take initiative and think ‘outside the square’
- Good numerical skills and accurate data entry
- Strong computer and systems skills
- A good sense of humour, full of positive energy, approachable and able to work well as part of a team.
If you’re looking for a new challenge and want to use your strong data and administration skills in a project based environment then apply today.
Applications close: Wednesday 20 March 2019.
Please send your resume and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org (reference number AMP001)
Our work culture
We're a close-knit bunch. We get together at least twice a year for an “All staff hui” to talk about the things that matter to us. Our fiercely competitive netball team and kapa haka group both practise regularly.
Your wellbeing is our priority
We encourage our team members to look after themselves and their whānau. We provide generous, flexible leave provisions.