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.

Business Analyst

  • Wellington CBD Based
  • 3-month Contract
  • Immediate need for an experienced Business Analyst 

Te Tumu Paeroa is an independent organisation supporting Māori landowners to protect and enhance their land – for now and generations to come. We work with landowners, trustees and the Māori Land Court. We look out for what’s best for the people, the land and the future.

We are currently reviewing our core processes with the goal of systematically improving the products and services we provide to owners to allow them to reach operational efficiency. We have an immediate need for an experienced Business Analyst to join us on a contract basis for a period of 3 months based in our office in Wellington CBD.  

As an experienced Business Analyst, with proven experience working with different IT frameworks and methodologies, you have no concern managing a range of key accountabilities, including business processes, requirements gathering, change control, testing and training. 

The skills and experience you will bring to this role include:

  • Experience working with different IT frameworks and methodologies and integrated IT systems. 
  • Outstanding communication skills.
  • Strong workshop facilitation skills.
  • Proven experience documenting future state business processes and defining requirements in the form of flowcharts and work requests. 
  • CRM, NAV and SharePoint knowledge. 

If you’ve got a can-do attitude, an affinity for Māori tikanga and Te Reo and you’re looking to work as part of a fun, supportive and results orientated team, then please forward your covering letter and CV to recruitment@tetumupaeroa.co.nz

Applications close Friday 31 May 2019.  

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Corporate Lawyer

  • Wellington CBD Based
  • Permanent
  • Exciting new opportunity for a Corporate Lawyer to join our legal team

Reporting to the General Counsel of the Māori Trustee, you will work directly with the business in all aspects of legal work of the Māori Trustee, including Māori land law, trusts law, estates, landlord and tenant, conveyancing, general property, commercial and contract, resource management, legislative compliance, litigation and dispute management. 

This is a fast-paced, dynamic and varied role suiting a highly-skilled Māori land lawyer with proven commercial and litigation experience, who thrives on challenging legal work and responsibility. 

The successful candidate will have:

  • At least 5 years relevant PQE gained in private practice and/or in-house and who holds a current practicing certificate
  • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Superior written and drafting skills
  • Outstanding judgement and attention to detail
  • The ability to consistently provide high quality outcomes-driven legal advice and representation
  • Be an excellent communicator
  • An affinity and respect for Māori tikanga

You pride yourself on your exceptional personal integrity and your ability to build and maintain trust and credibility with others. You’re hard-working, resilient, proactive and able to take initiative and work independently or as part of a team. 

The successful candidate will be based in our head office in Wellington but will be required to travel from time-to-time as part of the role. 

If you’re looking for a challenging and rewarding role in an organisation where you can assist us to protect and enhance Māori land, then please forward your covering letter and CV to recruitment@tetumupaeroa.co.nz

Applications close Friday 24 May 2019. 

Reference is CORPLAW001

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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.