Ki te hoe

As an organisation we value:

  • Whānau – that is our core purpose. We are committed to ensuring our staff and people have work-life balance.
  • Building capability – one of our core workstreams.  We are committed to supporting our people to grow.
  • Being audacious – we know the status quo will not get us where we need to be.

To thrive in our space you must:

  • Have a heart for the people.
  • Be prepared to stretch and rise to challenges.
  • Be kind.
  • Work hard.

Kaitauwhiro Whānau | Commissioning Advisor

Kia hiwa rā, kia hiwa rā, kei te kimi mātou o Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu i tētahi tāngata ki te whakakī i tētahi tūnga wātea. Nā reira, pānui mai i ngā kōrero e whai ake nei.  Ko koe pea te tangata tika.

We are seeking a dedicated individual to fill the role of Commissioning Advisor.  This role will sit in our Wai Ora (Commissioning) team and will support whānau to realise their aspirations.

Wai Ora is the commissioning space that invests directly into whānau aspirations and wellbeing, including Wave funding and sponsorship.  Wai Ora provides investment directly to whānau, rather than through an entity or provider, creating trusted relationships between Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu and whānau.

Our commissioning space requires further resourcing therefore we are seeking an additional Commissioning Advisor to join the team.

The Commissioning Advisor will provide support to whānau along the commissioning pipeline, as the face of Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu.  Your sound relationship management, engagement skills, report writing, and effective communication skills will see you succeed in this role.  You will also have a proven business acumen and a broad understanding of how small to medium enterprises operate.

As a trusted advisor you will contribute to the efficient and effective management of contracts, by proactively managing both contracts and relationships.  You will build and maintain strong relationships with whānau.  You will be known on the ground in the community, supporting whānau to achieve their aspirations, identifying areas of upskilling and resourcing whānau to develop their capability.

The Commissioning Advisor is also responsible for ensuring that reports are delivered to agreed timeframes and that they are accurate and reflect whānau voice.

For a full role description, see here.

To apply, see here.

Applications close on Sunday, June 30, 2024.

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