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
  • communications
  • information technology
  • trust management.

We have offices in Wellington, Hamilton, Rotorua, Gisborne and Whanganui. Read more about our services.

Registry Services Advisor

For almost 100 years Te Tumu Paeroa has been supporting Māori landowners to protect and enhance their land, for now and for generations to come.  We look out for what’s best for the people, the land, and the future.

Registry Services Advisors are responsible for maintaining our core registers of client, property, and trust information, as well as delivering outstanding customer service to our stakeholders.

Your typical day could include:

  • Updating and maintaining our core records using information sourced from our clients and the Māori Land Court;

  • Researching historical information to assist with identifying clients;

  • Assisting with client enquiries via phone, email, and in person;

  • Liaising with other staff, both internal and external; and

  • Working on special projects when required.

You will be working closely with a like-minded team who work hard but still enjoy social events together.  There is a wide range of skills and experience on the team, and you will be supported throughout your training and your work life.

To be successful for the role you will have:

  • Strong attention to detail, as this is a fast-paced environment where quality and accuracy is essential;

  • Exceptional customer services skills, both verbal and written;

  • Great problem solving skills, and the ability to think quickly on your feet; and

  • The ability to manage your time effectively, and to prioritise tasks and multiple demands at any one time.

Whilst it’s not essential for the role an understanding of Te Reo Māori and Māori Land governance and management structures would be greatly beneficial. 

In return we can offer you:

  • Ongoing training and professional development;

  • Five weeks of annual leave each year; and

  • A central Wellington location that is close to shops, cafés, and public transport.

For more information, or to apply for this role please send through your CV and cover letter to recruitment@tetumupaeroa.co.nz

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.